Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Thursday 27th December 2018
Here are some of the Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines on some of the newspapers.
target=_blank>Manufacturers’ alternative energy source gulps N80bn in 2018
Industrialists may have spent a whopping N80 billion on providing alternative energy this year (2018), New Telegraph has learnt. This stemmed from the inability of Nigeria’s power distribution companies to supply regular power to manufacturers. For instance, a report from the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN), stated that about N43.19 billion was expended in
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target=_blank>NFF, LMC and the domestic league imbroglio
The exploits of Nigerian players abroad give administrators and fans of the game a glimpse of success in the football scene. Before now, notable players in the senior team feature for top clubs in Europe. We can still recall the feats of former Eagles midfielder Sunday Oliseh in Juventus and Ajax, Kanu in Inter Milan
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target=_blank>Open letter to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo (1)
It is with trepidation that I write to Your Excellency this open letter. You might ask why an open letter when I could send in a private letter to you in confidence that you will respond and deal with the issue(s) agitating my mind. Your Excellency, to write a Nigerian ‘bigman’ is not an easy
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target=_blank>MFM warns public against scam in church’s name
The Mountain Of Fire and Miracles Ministries (MFM) has dissociated itself and the church leadership from scam messages being circulated around soliciting for financial assistance for indigent members and advised those behind the message to desist or face the wrath of God. In a statement issued by its Media Committee and signed by its Chairman,
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target=_blank>Oracle tasks Nigerian businesses on digital presence
Businesses that want to remain relevant in this 21st Century must have comprehensive digital presence, Technology Company, Oracle, has said. The firm, which analysed retail business trend in Africa, said Nigerian businesses in particular will need to adapt their business strategies to the growing community of mobile and Internet users to drive their sales.
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target=_blank>Onazi may return for AFCON
Super Eagles midfielder Ogenyi Onazi has retained hope to return to action in time for the 2019 African Cup of Nations. The Trabzonspor of Turkey midfielder, ruptured his Achilles tendon in his club’s league fixture last Sunday sparking off fears he would not be available for selection for the 2019 AFCON. The 26-year-old successfully underwent
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target=_blank>ISPON advocates govt processes’ automation
The Institute of Software Practitioners of Nigeria (ISPON) has urged governments at all levels to adopt Information and Communication Technology (ICT) as a way to tackle corruption. The President, ISPON, Dr Yele Okeremi, said automation of government would promote transparency, accountability, speed, increase record keeping and above all, curb corruption. According to him, all that
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target=_blank>Lobi to strengthen team for CAF Champions League
Lobi Stars vice chairman, Mike Idoko, has revealed that the Pride of Benue are looking at strengthening their squad with four players ahead of the group stage of the CAF Champions League. The draw for the group stage of the lucrative club competition will be done on Friday in Cairo and the Orthom Boys are
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target=_blank>Leicester respond to coach’s demand, upset Man City
Super Eagles midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi, responded swiftly to the demand of Leicester manager, Claude Puel, as he featured in the Foxes’ 2-1 come-from-behind win over Man City in a Boxing Day clash. Leicester had last Saturday inflicted a 1-0 away defeat on Chelsea and sensing that his team needed to step up the gear, the
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There is currently palpable fear among companies providing Value Added Services in the telecommunications sector, New Telegraph has learnt. The anxiety of sanction, which the regulator said would be announced within the first quarter of 2019, has left many of the players with no choice but to put their business activities on hold. Over […]
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