Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Friday 14th December 2018
Here are some of the Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines on some of the newspapers.
target=_blank>Buhari: It’s obligatory that Nigeria assists ECOWAS
President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday said that Nigeria has an obligation to assist the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). The President said: “With my double caps of being President of Nigeria, and Chairman of ECOWAS, it is mandatory for Nigeria to assist the sub-regional body.” He stated this at the presidential villa when he
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target=_blank>Chieftaincy crisis rocks Ijebu Ode Muslim community
Group pitches tent with Mayaleeke, alleges conspiracy Crisis is brewing in the Ijebu Ode Muslim community over contest on who clinches the Eketa Adinni of Itun- Mefa Quarters chieftaincy title. While the youths were said to have thrown their weights behind Shaykh Abdul Rasheed Mayaleeke who was described as a fiery Islamic scholar, the
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target=_blank>Buhari: We’re ready to fight oil sabotage in N’Delta
President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, declared that his administration is prepared to respond to any acts of hostility and sabotage of the nation’s oil assets in the Niger Delta region. The President, who, however, acknowledged the decline in pipeline vandalism in the region, stated this while receiving an award as Grand Comrade from the leadership of
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target=_blank>CAN: We’ve not endorsed any presidential candidate
The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has declared that it has not endorsed any presidential candidate for the 2019 election. It, however, admitted that it only met with 14 presidential candidates in Abuja to speak on their plans for the nation. The President of CAN, Rev. Samson Ayokunle, made the explanation in a statement issued
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target=_blank>CPS: Male contributors maintain 59% dominance
Latest report by the National Pension Commission (PenCom) has revealed that male workers have continued to lead in their pension contributions under the new pension scheme, New Telegraph has learnt. According to checks, the data, compiled by the commission as at September 30, 2018, shows that the male contributions to their Retirement Savings Accounts
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target=_blank>Lagos’ instant cash reward was a surprise –Karate athlete
When Aishat Ahmed was called out to receive a cash prize for winning silver medal in the female karate event, she was surprised. She confessed that she did not know that a reward was in the offing for her. “Honestly, I would have put more effort to win gold medal of my event. “I want
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target=_blank>NSF ’18: Upset in women 400m final
FCT, Bayelsa in football final Upsets continued at the ongoing 19th National Sports Festival in Abuja as National Youth Games winner in 400m, Imaobong Nse- Uko, against all odds defeated all established quarter milers in the country to emerge champion. Running in lane six and a little behind African Senior Championships silver medalist, Yinka Ajayi,
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target=_blank>NDE: Youth development central to economic growth
The Director General of the National Directorate of Employment (NDE), Dr Mohammed Labaran, has said that youth empowerment remains one of the major ingredients to economic development of any nation. He spoke in Ilorin, Kwara State during an interactive meeting on the new strategy for the implementation of the Skills for Job Training Component
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target=_blank>Defunct Trans International Bank’s ex-MD, Arogundade dies at 83
The former Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the defunct Trans International Bank Plc, Alhaji Hassan Olasupo Arogundade has died at the age of 83. The late Arogundade, who was the Asiwaju of Ilobu Land and the community’s Aare Musulumi died yesterday, four days after returning from a prolonged trip to the United States
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Gunmen kidnap Benue NARTO chairman, Secretary demand N50m ransom
A yet to be identified unknown gunmen suspected of be kidnappers on Monday evening allegedly kidnapped the Benue State Unit Chairman of the Nigerian Association of Road Transport Owners (NARTO), in North Bank area of Makurdi, Chief Sylvester Kanu (KSM) and his Secretary, Mr. Sunday Enoaba. Investigation by New Telegraph has revealed that the duo […]
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