Latest News in Nigeria Today Wednesday 5th December 2018

Latest News in Nigeria Today Wednesday 5th December 2018

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target=_blank>Messi’s fifth place in Ballon d’Or vote absurd, Barca coach says

Lionel Messi’s fifth-place finish in this year’s Ballon d’Or vote was absurd, his FC Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde said of the Spanish champions’ Argentina forward on Tuesday.
Continue reading Messi’s fifth place in Ballon d’Or vote absurd, Barca coach says at Vanguard News Nigeria.

target=_blank>Adams Jato resumes as NPA’s spokesman

 THE Management of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) in its determination at further step up the process of dissemination of information and efficient delivery of services, has redeployed Engineer Jatto    Adams as its chief spokesman.
Continue reading Adams Jato resumes as NPA’s spokesman at Vanguard News Nigeria.

target=_blank>EFCC apolitical — MAGU

THE acting Chairman of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, yesterday, disclosed that the number of convictions recorded by the Commission has risen from 158 to 246 as at November 2018 noting that they are winning the war against corruption.
Continue reading EFCC apolitical — MAGU at Vanguard News Nigeria.

target=_blank>NIMASA ED elected IOTA’s new President

THE Institute of Transport Administration, IOTA, last week elected the Executive Director Finance and Administration of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA,  Bashir Yusuf Jamoh,  as its new National President at its annual general meeting held last week in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State.
Continue reading NIMASA ED elected IOTA’s new President at Vanguard News Nigeria.

target=_blank>Bambooks digital library to grow reading culture, break illiteracy level in Nigeria

Start-up company, Bambooks, recently launched a digital library to enable Nigerians to access  thousands of eBooks, magazines and comics from internet connected devices. 
Continue reading Bambooks digital library to grow reading culture, break illiteracy level in Nigeria at Vanguard News Nigeria.

target=_blank>FRSC, Indomie Fan Club seek pupils’ involvement in road safety issues

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) and the managers of the Indomie Fan Club (IFC)- an initiative to celebrate the spirit of kids who have grown to love Indomie Instant Noodles as their favourite food brand, courtesy of Dufil Prima Foods and which was  established in 2005with the aim of creating an environment of learning, fun, excitement and bonding for children between the ages of 5  to 12-have emphasised the need for Nigeria to deepen road safety rules in the primary school curriculum.
Continue reading FRSC, Indomie Fan Club seek pupils’ involvement in road safety issues at Vanguard News Nigeria.

target=_blank>Why we dethroned our Ovie – SUBJECTS

UGHELLI—THE people of Agbarho Kingdom in Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State, yesterday, gave reasons for the “dethronement” of the embattled monarch of the kingdom, HRM Samson Oghughunwa and the installation of a new king.
Continue reading Why we dethroned our Ovie – SUBJECTS at Vanguard News Nigeria.

target=_blank>Truck crushes mother of two, one other in Calabar

CALABAR—There was pandemonium at Ikot Ekpo a community on the outskirt of Calabar, Monday evening, as a truck crushed a middle-aged man along the Murtala Mohammed Highway and a mother of two along abattoir road in Ikot Ekpo.
Continue reading Truck crushes mother of two, one other in Calabar at Vanguard News Nigeria.

target=_blank>Nigeria’s transport infrastructure financing deficit hits N900bn

THE nation’s transport infrastructure financing gap has continued to widen over the last five years with a noticeable gulf of N900 billion in 2016, the Nigerian Shippers Council, has said.
Continue reading Nigeria’s transport infrastructure financing deficit hits N900bn at Vanguard News Nigeria.

N150m tramadol Bribe: Group wants Customs to disclose identity of Importer

THE League of Maritime Editors and Publishers, LMEP, over the weekend called on the management of Nigeria Customs Service, NCS, to make public the identity of the importer or importers who offered the sum of N150million bribe to the Customs for   one of the 40 containers of tramadol to be released.
Continue reading N150m tramadol Bribe: Group wants Customs to disclose identity of Importer at Vanguard News Nigeria.

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