Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Monday 10th December 2018
Here are some of the Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines on some of the newspapers.
target=_blank>Lesbianism: Man catches wife in hotel with another lady
A couple from Benin, Edo State, on Saturday caused a stir in Ibadan, Oyo State, when the husband beat his wife to stupor after he caught her “making love” with a lady in a hotel. The incident occurred at a popular hotel in the Ekotedo area of Ibadan metropolis where, according to sources, the 28-yearold
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target=_blank>What would Anenih have penned for Yar’Adua, Danjuma?
On December 1, 2018, the remains of Chief Anthony Akhakon Anenih, the Iyasele of Esanland, were buried in his country home in Uromi. Although, I had, on that occasion, written a tribute to celebrate his persona, humanity and generosity, about a week after, I have yet some more to write in his memory within the
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target=_blank>UAC appoints acting CEO, non-executive director
…as Bello retires UAC of Nigeria PLC (UAC) has appointed Mrs. Omolara Elemide, the Executive Director, Corporate Services, as acting Group CEO with effect from January 1, 2019 as the Group Chief Executive Officer, Mr Abdul Bello,retires. Also appointed is Mr Bolaji Odunsi as non-executive director. He replaced Mrs Olufunke Ighodaro, who recently resigned
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target=_blank>Abuja to host Sports Festival for five consecutive times – Ministry
The federal ministry of Sports and Youth Development has said that the National Sports Festival would sustain hosting of the festival in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja for five consecutive years, to achieve stability before allowing states the hosting right. Personal Assistant to the Minister of Sports and Youth Development, on Sports, Nneka Anibeze,
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target=_blank>NSF: I’m happy to be back after 20 years, says Oshonaike
Table Tennis queen Funke Oshonaike, is over the moon to be back at the National Sports Festival 20 years after she last featured at the games. Oshonaike who is looking forward to next year’s All Africa Games in Morocco and the Japan 2020 Olympic Games disclosed that she was pleased with the level of enthusiasm
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target=_blank>‘Corrupt people, threat to anti-graft’
Hostility from corrupt people is one of the serious challenges facing the war on corruption, the Abia State Coordinator of the National Anti- Corruption Volunteer Corps, (NAVC/ICPC), Rev. Blessed Amalambu has said. He said: “Corruption has become a household name not only in Nigeria, but all over the world; Nigeria our dear country fell 12
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target=_blank>Akpabio launches campaign, berates Emmanuel
…you’re an ingrate, governor tells Senator Former Senate Minority Leader and senator representing Akwa Ibom North-West senatorial district, Godswill Akpabio, yesterday expressed optimism that the All Progressives Congress (APC) would win the forthcoming elections convincingly in Akwa Ibom State. Akpabio made this known while addressing thousands of his supporters at a solemn assembly to
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target=_blank>Olawepo-Hasshim: APC, PDP playing games with Nigeria’s stability
Presidential candidate of the People’s Trust (PT), Mr. Gbenga Olawepo- Hashim, has accused the All Progressive Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) of playing politics with the nation’s stability through the way and manner they were handling the Electoral Act. The candidate, who was reacting to President Muhammadu Buhari’s decline of assent to
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target=_blank>Insecurity: Lawyers demand justice over slain colleagues
Members of the wig and gown trooped out to protest against gruesome murders of their colleagues in Ekiti and Imo states where their colleagues were abducted and killed in custody of their abductors after a ransom was paid. STEVE UZOECHI and ADEWUNMI ADEMIJU write on how two lawyers and a magistrate were murdered in one
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Silas Joseph Onu, a former Publicity Secretary of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Abuja branch speaks on rule of law, NBA, role of youths in politics and varied issues. FOLUSO OGUNMODEDE met him As a former Publicity Secretary of the branch, who has also followed events at the Bar closely, how would you say […]
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