The Nation Newspaper Today Headline Wednesday 26th December 2018
The Nation Newspaper Today Headline and news Dailies Update on current affairs happening now in Nigeria today 26/12/18
target=_blank>Christmas: Mimiko preaches love, felicitates Nigerians
Former Governor of Ondo State and candidate of the Zenith Labour Party (ZLP) for the 2019 Ondo Central Senatorial district elections, Dr Olusegun Mimiko, has felicitated Christians and all Nigerians on the celebration of the 2018 Christmas. The former Governor urged Nigerians of all backgrounds to celebrate peacefully and see the Christmas as another opportunity
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target=_blank>‘Distribution of expired rice to NEMA staff a hoax’
Multiple sources have disclosed that news making the rounds that expired Chinese rice was distributed to staff of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) is a mere hoax. Contrary to earlier reports, several staff of the emergency agency dismissed such insinuations as it had no element of truth. “We were as shocked as other Nigerians
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target=_blank>Christmas: Catholic bishop feeds 991 inmates in Jos prison
Most Rev. Ignatius Kaigama, the Catholic Archbishop of Jos, fed 991 inmates of the Jos Prison on Christmas Day. The Catholic priest said that the gesture was aimed at giving the prisoners a sense of belonging in the society. “Christmas is a season of love and alms-giving, and these prisoners are part of the society,
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target=_blank>Banditry and killings: Why is Zamfara different?
Zamfara State is in the news again. So much so that I am tempted to ask if the state is jinxed with misfortunes. I am quite appalled with the security situation in the state. I am also somewhat at a loss as to why the killings in the state have refused to abate despite the
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target=_blank>Police arrest two kidnap suspects in Ondo
The efforts of the security operatives in Ondo to curb kidnapping and rid the state of criminal and their activities on Monday, yielded positive results as two suspected kidnappers were arrested. The two suspects, Alhassan Saleh and Yahaya Yakubu were arrested while trying to kidnap Alhaji Suleiman Ibrahim and Moshood Suleiman, in the early hours
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target=_blank>EKEDC opens customers complaint unit at Lekki
Eko Electricity Distribution Company (EKEDC), in a bid to meet its strategic direction of ensuring quality customer satisfaction, commissioned a new customer complaint unit at Lekki in Lagos. This is contained in a statement issued by Mr Godwin Idemudia, the company’s General Manager, Corporate Communications and made available on Monday. According to Idemudia, the new
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target=_blank>Woman bags 22 years jail term for falsifying Visa documents
A Lagos High Court sitting at Igbosere has sentenced a woman, Mrs Philomena Nwanorue to 22 years in prison for falsification of documents. The convict was arraigned alongside Mrs. Adeline Ifeyinwa Eke Alu by the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) on a five-count charge of conspiracy and submission of falsified travelling
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target=_blank>‘I have always wanted to use technology to impact three key sectors of the economy’
Onyeka Akumah is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Farmcrowdy. In this interview by TUNDE ADELEKE, he sheds light into the activities of his company as it affects agricultural practice in Nigeria.
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target=_blank>Gully of devastation: It’s death, losses for Ogun community
YEJIDE GBENGA-OGUNDARE in this piece reports that for the people of Owakuduru community in Ijebu Ode, Ogun state, life is a daily dose of apprehension mixed with uncertainty as they live in expectation of losing their homes or lives anytime to a gully, caused by erosion from water diversion
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The journey to the shrine where Anlugbua is worshipped is not a joke. The shrine is about three kilometres away from the town and inaccessible by vehicle. It is tucked inside forest that can easily scare a visitor. Yet, people in large number rush to the ancient grove where the founder of their town is said to have buried himself. That is the image of the annual Anlugbua Festival, which is annually held in Kuta in Ayedire Local Government Area of Osun State. TUNDE BUSARI reports
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