The Nation Newspaper Today Headline Sunday 23rd December 2018

The Nation Newspaper Today Headline Sunday 23rd December 2018

The Nation Newspaper Today Headline and news Dailies Update on current affairs happening now in Nigeria today 23/12/18

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target=_blank>2018- A tough year (2)

Last time we began looking at how this year has been and what our attitude and reaction should be so we can embrace the coming year correctly. Many people have been dealt with badly  by life this year and many are groaning under the yoke of unpaid salaries, lost jobs, unprofitable businesses, insecurity etc. Politicians
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target=_blank>Fasega begins production of Two Weeks in Lagos

CANADA-based filmmaker, Kathryn Fasega has disclosed that her latest movie, Two Weeks in Lagos featuring a host of Nollywood stars is currently in production and will be released next year. The filmmaker, who disclosed this on Tuesday in Lagos at a news conference said that the movie features Joke Silva, JideKosoko, Beverly Naya, Toyin Abraham,
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target=_blank>Why is Christmas not in the air?

It is two days to Christmas but nothing suggests that the festivities are here! If you say Christmas is for Christians alone, then, in one week, 2018 will roll away and 2019 will be here. Again, nothing suggests that we are getting ready for New Year. In years past, the atmosphere would have been charged
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target=_blank>Bo’le ka’ja legislators: How did we get here?

The country scored another low last Wednesday during the presentation of the 2019 budget estimates by President Muhammadu Buhari to a joint session of the National Assembly as the lawmakers descended into cheering and jeering the president. It was so bad that the president had to stop midway in his presentation to call their attention
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target=_blank>O to ge

For non-Yoruba readers, above simply translates “enough is enough”. It is a warning cliche and there is a déjà vu sense to it that may make it sound empty, especially when the redness in the eyeballs of the one making it is as a result of a thorough spanking from a tougher, tactful and much
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target=_blank>2019: We are yet to endorse a presidential candidate —Miyetti Allah

Alhaji Bello Abdullahi Bodejo is the National President of Fulani Socio-cultural Association, Kautal-Hore Miyetti Allah. Recently, he was in Sokoto where he spoke with selected journalists as part of his group’s mission on which candidates to endorse in the forthcoming general election, touching on the controversial Anti-Open Grazing Law in parts of the country. OLAKUNLE MARUF was there. Excerpts:
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target=_blank>Quadruplet, G4 set for the big show

Talented quadruplet, Glorious Instrumentalists, otherwise known as G4, are gradually becoming the toast of many in the entertainment industry. G4 consists of  Oluwaferanmi Akinde,17, a multi-instrumentalist; Oluwanifemi Akinde, a 15 (saxophonist); Oluwafunminiyi Akinde, 13 percussionist and the only girl and creatively talented Oluwasikemi Akinde, who plays clarinet and sax. Dbanj launches script writing platform for
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target=_blank>PeeJay wins YesYou Can reality show

Edozie Peter, otherwise called Peejay, has won N15million worth of prizes and a two-year deal, as the winner of the 2018 Yes You Can reality TV show. Peejay, who managed to escape sinking all through his stay on the Aforevo ship, proved yes, he could, as the name of the reality TV show implies, AVOREVO
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target=_blank>Oginni to support bill for physically challenged persons

The president of The Care People Foundation, Reverend Tunde Oginni Tioluwani, has promised its support for any bill designed to improve the lives of disabled persons and the motherless babies in Oyo State. He made the promise at the 2018 election carnival of the foundation for different homes in the South-West at the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway
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PVD says he’s ready to take over

Fast-rising music sensation, PVD, is coming into the industry in style, as the Edo State-born singer, who returned to Nigeria from Ghana, has revealed that he has set to stamp his authority on the Nigerian music industry. PVD, who was raised in Warri Delta State, believes he remains the life of a party and assured […]
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