Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Wednesday 12th December 2018
Here are some of the Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines on some of the newspapers.
target=_blank>Terminal operators fret over ship dwell time
Terminal operators under the umbrella of Seaport Terminal Operators of Association of Nigeria (STOAN) are not happy over 35 days ship dwell time at the seaport. They complained that it now takes a vessel 35 days to offload its consignments at the port because of bad government policies. Chairman, STOAN, Princess Vicky Hasstrup, disclosed these
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target=_blank>‘How overdraft affects bank customers’
Consumers tend to disregard potential consequences when they spend or withdraw from their checking account, due to impulsive spending habits. And because of high monitoring fees, they might not be able to closely track their balance, as some banks charge for statements or balance checks. The result can be an overdrawn account, according to, “Analyzing
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target=_blank>UBA Academy gets CIBN accreditation for training
The Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria(CIBN) has certified and awarded UBA Academy the certificate of accreditation in line with the Central Bank of Nigeria’s Competency Framework for the banking industry . UBA Academy, the dedicated learning and development centre of the Pan African financial institution, United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc, according to a
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target=_blank>Oil uncertainty weighs on bank lending
The recent sharp drop in global crude prices, which has sparked the uncertainty clouding the outlook for the oil industry is preventing Nigerian banks from creating new risk assets, according to a Bloomberg report. The study noted that the recent oil price slump has slashed earnings from Nigeria’s main source of foreign income thus
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target=_blank>Suswam flags off campaign for Benue North-East
Former governor of Benue State and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate for Benue North-East senatorial district, Dr. Gabriel Suswam, yesterday flagged-off his campaign for the senate race. At a well-attended event which took place at Akume Atongo Stadium, Katsina-Ala, headquarters of the district, Suswam was handed the PDP flag alongside the three House of Representatives’
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C2%AD-report/ target=_blank>Consumers prefer metal payment cards over plastic–Report
A recent study by CompoSecure LLC, a provider of premium financial cards, has found that 59 percent of consumers indicated a preference for metal or metal hybrid cards over plastic, all other considerations being equal, a press release said. At least 50 percent of respondents in each of six survey markets — Brazil, Hong Kong,
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target=_blank>Benue: APGA governorship candidate canvasses teaching of human rights in schools
The All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) governorship candidate in the 2019 general election in Benue State, Dr. John Tseayo, yesterday canvassed the teaching of human rights in state-owned schools. He spoke during a town hall meeting in Makurdi, the Benue State capital, to commemorate this year’s human rights’ day. The APGA governorship candidate, who featured
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target=_blank>Sanusi to women: Vote leaders that’ll free you from bondage
Emir of Kano, Malam Muhammadu Sanusi II, yesterday asked Nigerian women to vote for leaders that would free them from bondage, even as he said that this was their time to elect those who would respect their values. The emir further challenged them to ensure that those leaders have as their priority the promotion of
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target=_blank>Traditional ruler’s wife sentenced to death for killing husband
Justice Aisha Bashir of the Nasarawa State High Court II, sitting in Lafia, yesterday sentenced Amina, wife of late Alhaji Adamu Zubairu, to death by hanging for killing her husband. Zubairu, until his death in February 2014, was the ‘Gom Mama’ traditional ruler of Kwarra chiefdom in Wamba Local Government Area of the state.
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The Plateau State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) yesterday accused the state Independent Electoral Commission (PLASIEC) of plans to submit falsified results to the local government election tribunal sitting in Jos. Deputy Chairman of the party, Hon. Amos Gombi Goyol, while briefing journalists at the PDP secretariat, Jos, accused PLASIEC of working to […]
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