Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Wednesday 26th December 2018
Here are some of the Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines on some of the newspapers.
target=_blank>Atiku pays 13-year-old domestic accident victim’s medical bill
Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, has offered to pay the medical bill of Miss Aisha Haruna, who had second degree burns in a home accident. Aisha, a 13-year-old orphan from Daura, Katsina State, was poorly treated at home owing to lack of money to facilitate her treatment. Atiku’s attention
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target=_blank>Airport cleaner turns wealthy pastor in Rivers
Founder of Omega Power Ministry (OPM) Worldwide, Apostle Chibuzor Chinyere, has disclosed that he worked as an airport cleaner, security man and a recharge card vendor. Chinyere recounted how he started life as a young man about 15 years ago in Lagos, selling mobile phone recharge cards and cleaning toilets at the Murtala Muhammad Airport,
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target=_blank>EPL Boxing Day Extravaganza: Balogun, Iwobi go head-to-head
Eagles’ stars light up England As the English Premier League gets into its halfway stage with Boxing Day fixtures on Wednesday (today) across 10 different cities in England, no fewer than five Super Eagles’ players will be in action for their respective clubs. At the Amex Stadium in Brighton, Leon Balogun and Alex Iwobi will
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target=_blank>NDDC set up emergency security centres in Niger Delta
Ahead of the 2019 general elections, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Mr. Nsima Ekere, yesterday said the commission has taking measures to ensure security and prompt response to security breaches in the Niger Delta region. A reliable source in the Commission said the NDDC boss had concluded
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target=_blank>Onyekuru sets AFCON target with Eagles
…happy with 2018 performance Galatasaray of Turkey forward, Henry Onyekuru, has set his sights to make Nigeria proud at next year’s Africa Cup of Nations which is yet to have a confirmed venue.. Onyekuru, who has been one of Nigeria’s top performers in European League this season, hinted that part of his target for
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target=_blank>Joshua: I want Wilder as next opponent
Anthony Joshua has reiterated he wants Deontay Wilder as his next opponent. There has been speculation that the multiple heavyweight title holder is avoiding American Wilder, who holds the WBC title, but Joshua says that’s untrue. “He Wilder is saying I won’t fight him but, as I’ve said, I’m willing to fight Deontay Wilder on
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target=_blank>Bakertilly rebrands to prepare for tomorrow’s challenges
Leading accountancy and business advisory network, Bakertilly, has launched a new corporate brand identity aimed at boosting the firm’s capacity to deal with tomorrow’s challenges. Speaking with journalists at the launch in Lagos, Senior Partner, at Bakertilly, Solomon Adeleke, stated that the new brand identity was developed to show that the firm identifies with the
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target=_blank>Manufacturing sector’s jobs hit 1.62m –MAN survey
Surveys conducted by Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) have revealed that an estimated 1.62 million historical cumulative jobs were created in the manufacturing sector in 2018. The association explained that new jobs in the first half of 2018 declined by 35 and 937 jobs from 9,355 jobs created in the same half of 2017 and
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target=_blank>‘Non-oil exports’ slow growth may impact exchange rate’
The unimpressive growth rate of Nigeria’s exports (especially non-oil exports) may negatively impact the country’s exchange rate, analysts at FSDH Research have said. The experts, who stated this in a note obtained by New Telegraph, cited the external trade data for Q3 2018 released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) recently, which, according to
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Once again, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has stirred the hornets’ nest with his postulation that the 2019 presidential election will determine Yoruba’s fate in 2023; saying Yoruba vote for President Muhammadu Buhari in 2019 will automatically position the ethnic nationality to clinch the presidency in 2023: Otherwise, the Yoruba will lose out in the race […]
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