Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Tuesday 18th December 2018
Here are some of the Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines on some of the newspapers.
target=_blank>Bipartisanship as a way forward
At this period when Nigeria is passing through one of its worst political and security challenges, it has no doubt become imperative for the political leaders and decision makers to consider employing the instrument of political problem solving called bipartisanship. Majority of Nigerians believe and insist that the question of Nigeria’s unity is not negotiable,
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target=_blank>Beach Eagles beg NFF over payment of bonuses
Sunday Ajao Fresh from their impressive outing at the 2018 Beach Soccer Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt, Beach Eagles have appealed to the Nigeria Football Federation to pay their outstanding bonuses since 2017. Speaking on behalf of the team who finished second at the week-long tournament, coach Audu Adamu said that the team only
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target=_blank>Militants surrender arms after seven years reign of terror
After living seven years in the creeks of Bakassi, militants under the aegis of Bakassi Strike Force (BSF) have finally surrendered their arms in a rare show of remorse. The BSF, led by Benjamin Ene aka G1, had tormented the people of Bakassi and Akpabuyo Local Government Areas in Cross River State for over seven
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target=_blank>Champions League: Liverpool, Man United in tough draw
…face Bayern, PSG The draw for the Champions League round of 16 was made this morning with the tie of the round undoubtedly the clash of European heavyweights Liverpool and Bayern Munich. Jurgen Klopp’s charges were the last British team drawn out and were guaranteed to play Bayern by the time it came around.
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target=_blank>Aviation infrastructure crisis imminent
Delay, cancellations mount A major crisis looms in Nigeria’s aviation sector as the gap between infrastructure to match the growing travel population continues to widen, New Telegraph has learnt. The lack of infrastructure at many of the aerodromes has led to flight delays and cancellations, thereby frustrating air travellers. Domestic airlines operating in Nigeria recorded
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target=_blank>Investors heighten $1bn W’Africa gas investments recovery
WAPCo debunks debts, loans claims to local, foreign banks Investors in the $1 billion West Africa gas pipeline (WAGP) have amplified move to recover investments on the trans-national gas installations. General Manager, Corporate Affairs of WAGPCo, Harriet Wereko-Brobbey, disclosed this to New Telegraph. Acknowledging that investors on the 678km regional pipeline are yet to
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target=_blank>1,000 women get empowerment in Bauchi
A non-governmental organisation (NGO), Rahama Women Development Programme, based in Bauchi State, yesterday said it hag trained more than one thousand women and persons living with HIV/AIDS in various skills acquisition programmes. This was disclosed by the Executive Director of the organisation, Mrs. Miriam Iliya, during inauguration of the Board of Trustees (BoT) at the
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target=_blank>KEDCO distributes thousands of meters in Kano
Kano Electricity Distribution Company (KEDCO) yesterday said it had distributed thousands of meters to small scale companies and other consumers in Sharada area of the Kano metropolis. This was as it also said that electricity distribution companies in the country preferred that meters be issued to customers than placing them on estimated billings, which he
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target=_blank>Group vows to boost women representation in Kaduna Assembly
A political group, Pink Kaduna Movement (PKM), yesterday vowed to change the narrative of low women representation in the Kaduna State House of Assembly. PKM said the history of women representation in elective offices in the state was disheartening, calling on stakeholders to work towards changing the situation. The group stated this during a courtesy
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Stop ranting; pay workers salary with N30bn received from FG, Fayose Tells Fayemi
Media Aide to Mr. Ayodele Fayose, the immediate past Governor of Ekiti State, Lere Olayinka has told the State Governor, Dr. Kayode Fayemi to use the over N30 billion his government already received from the federal government as refund on federal roads construction, arrears of Budget Support and Paris Club refund to pay workers salary […]
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