Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Friday 28th December 2018
Here are some of the Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines on some of the newspapers.
target=_blank>Building support system for people living with HIV
Support systems are relied on when things aren’t going well or when one is not feeling too great. We all need support and encouragement every now and then, for it is such a tough road to walk alone. Take Emeka, for instance, when the doctor told him that he has HIV. He was dumbfounded and
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target=_blank>Essential Yakubu Dogara @51
Rt. Hon. Barrister Yakubu Dogara, Speaker of the House of Representatives, was 51 years old on Wednesday. He has added another eventful year. Another year of service to God and country. His is a life full of purpose. Indeed, a life of service to humanity. The Speaker clocked 50 years last year and for the
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target=_blank>NFF’ ll treat national teams equally – Sanusi
The Nigeria Football Federation General Secretary, Mohammed Sanusi, has promised that the federation will treat all the national teams equally without bias. He said: “We will try to do everything possible to give very good treatment to all the member of the team without any bias, and the team will be well taken care of
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target=_blank>2018: EFCC secures conviction of two ex-govs, 310 others
Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) between January and December 24, 2018, secured the conviction of two former governors and 310 others. According to the EFCC Acting Head, Media and Publicity, Tony Orilade, the record of convictions was a significant improvement from the 189 convictions recorded in 2017. He said: “More significantly is that it
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target=_blank>Abule-Egba inferno: Police arrest four, declare prime suspect wanted
Detectives attached to Lagos State Police Command have declared the prime suspect in the Abule- Egba pipeline vandalism wanted, while four other suspects involved in the act were also arrested. The state Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), CSP Chike Oti, said yesterday that the command had recorded a breakthrough in the investigation of the fire
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target=_blank>Plateau: Gunmen kill five birthday party guests
Five youths were killed on Wednesday night at Rawuru village of Fan District of Barkin Ladi Local Government Area of Plateau State, after gunmen ambushed and opened fire on them. The victims were attacked while returning from Pugu village where they attended a birthday party. The state Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), DSP Terna Tyopev,
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target=_blank>Vigilantes arrest vandal of power installations
Vigilantes at Ugwuagulu Obiofia, Ozubulu in Anambra State have arrested a 32-year-old electrician, Osita Anazodo aka Ezebinagbo, while vandalising power installations. The suspect, who hails from Akuiro, Okpuno in Anambra State, was apprehended about 5.30a.m. on Christmas day while vandalising a 300KVA distribution substation belonging to the Enugu Electricity Distribution PLC (EEDC). The Head, Communications,
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target=_blank>Name, shame perpetrators of killings in Nigeria, Muslim women challenge FG
…bemoan incessant killings in Nigeria The Federal Government has been challenged to halt the growing rate of religious and ethnic crises in the country. An organization of Muslim women, AL-MU’MINAAT, which posed this challenge to the government stated that the government officials should to take the bull by the horns and by bringing the
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target=_blank>‘Why African states frustrate Open Skies pact’
The failure of the expected take-off of the Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM) is at the verge of fully taking off following the signing of the ‘Open Skies’ by 27 African states. However, the reluctance of 25 other nations to append their signatures to the air liberation deal may completely slow down the
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2019: Do not be used as agents of violence, Ansar-Ud-Deen charges youths
Ansar-Ud-Deen Youth Association of Nigeria (ADYAN) has tasked Muslim youth to desist from being used as agents of violence and distabilisation during and after the general election during the forthcoming elections. The group also appealed to religious leaders to steer clear of partisan politics to avoid causing confusion in the country. Chairman of the Northern […]
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