Latest News in Nigeria Today Tuesday 18th December 2018

Latest News in Nigeria Today Tuesday 18th December 2018

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target=_blank>Edwin Clark loses son

ABUJA—South-South Leader, Chief Edwin Clark, has lost one of his sons, Chike Clark, aged 43.
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target=_blank>Imo AUN gov candidate gets backing of Nollywood actors

OWERRI—The governorship candidate of Alliance for  United Nigeria, AUN,  Mr Mbanefo Christ Ezuma, yesterday got the support of members of the Nollywood actors and actresses, for choosing their member, Mrs Nneoma Ukpabi  as a running mate. 
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target=_blank>Chevron-powered devt body inaugurates N241m projects in 8 Bayelsa oil communities

KOLUAMA I—IT was celebration galore, weekend, for eight oil-bearing communities on the Atlantic fringe of Bayelsa State as KEFFES Rural Development Foundation, RDF, inaugurated 20 capital projects in the communities hosting operations of Chevron Nigeria Limited, CNL,  in the predominately riverine state.
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target=_blank>Entrepreneurs blast FG over poor empowerment schemes, threaten strike

UYO—INDUSTRIALISTS under the aegis of the National Association of Enterprise Employers, NAEE, from the six geopolitical zones of the country, have expressed disappointment at the alleged lack of commitment by the Federal Government to empower entrepreneurs in the country to fast track economic growth.
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target=_blank>Why we paid Pinnacle N2.5bn – NBC

Director-General of National Broadcasting Commission, NBC, Mr. Modibbo Kawu, has justified the payment of N2.5 billion by the agency to a Nigerian communications firm, Pinnacle, saying the amount was commensurate with the quality and quantity of work so far done by the company and in accordance with the prevailing exchange rate.
Continue reading Why we paid Pinnacle N2.5bn – NBC at Vanguard News Nigeria.

target=_blank>LG Chair breaks lock to 3-year idle NDDC project in Delta

BOMADI—CHAIRMAN, Bomadi Local Government Area, Delta State, Hon. William Angadi, accompanied by security operatives, last week, smashed the keys to a completed Niger-Delta Development Commission, NDDC ultramodern Motor Park/Market Stalls project in Bomadi, which the interventionist agency refused to inaugurate since nearly three years after the contractor finished the project.
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target=_blank>NASS leadership directs Police, SSS to secure complex for tomorrow’s plenary

The leadership of the National Assembly has directed the Police and the Directorate of State Securty (DSS) to ensure adequate security within the vicinity of the National Assembly from tomorrow morning to enable members and staff come in and perform their legitimate duties without any hinderance.
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target=_blank>3 teenagers remanded over alleged gang-rape

Three teenagers who allegedly gang-raped a teenage girl, were yesterday, remanded in Kirikiri Prison by an Ikeja Chief Magistrates’ Court.
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target=_blank>We’re not sabotaging your efforts, Amnesty International replies Nigerian Army

Human rights group, Amnesty International, has debunked the claim by the Nigerian military alleging the organisation is working to destabilise the country.
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‘Justice’ named Merriam-Webster’s 2018 Word of the Year

“Justice” is what most people sought on Merriam-Webster, among the world’s most popular dictionaries, as the U.S. publisher named that principle of being fair as the Word of the Year for 2018.
Continue reading ‘Justice’ named Merriam-Webster’s 2018 Word of the Year at Vanguard News Nigeria.

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