Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Saturday 29th December 2018
Here are some of the Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines on some of the newspapers.
target=_blank>Wakanow.com attracts The Carlyle Group’s $40 million investment
Wakanow.com, Nigeria and Africa leading online travel agency and destination marketing company has seen it business profile shore up with a $40 million investment from The Carlyle Group. The new investment was recently announced by The Carlyle Group though details are yet to be made public but this is expected to boost the online company’s
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Equatorial Guinea’s ecotourism is even more valuable than its oil, writes ALAN VAN GYSEN Scratch, rasp, scratch, swoosh! The eerie, foreign sound awoke me from a deep sleep within my tent on the edge of the equatorial jungle, the sound standing out distinctly above the symphony of loud, crashing waves and the ceaseless
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target=_blank>Lasisi thankful for support in WBC title conquest
Dubai-based Nigerian boxer, Aliu Bamidele Lasisi is giving thanks to everyone who backed him to glory in his recent quest for the World Boxing Council (WBC) International Silver Super Flyweight belt. Lasisi reeled out thanks to several people that he says motivated his title conquest, including his fans and well wishers across the world. Lasisi
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target=_blank>Mozambique welcomes Africa’s largest suspension bridge
With the recent opening of Africa’s largest suspension bridge, tourism in Mozambique is expected to receive a boost, this is according to a report by Atqnews.com, an online travel publication. The Maputo-Catembe Bridge, which is said to be the 60 largest in the world, will bring major change for visitors keen to explore the rare,
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target=_blank>Ghana to own 10 percent shares in new airline
Ghanaian Minister of Aviation, Joseph Kofi Adda, has said Ghana will have a 10 per cent share of the national carrier due to be begin operations next year. The minister also disclosed that Ethiopian Airline (ET) is partnering Ghana will hold 49 per cent with the remaining 41 per cent reserved for Ghanaian investors or
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target=_blank>Offa residents to KWSG: We don’t want another clash with Erin Ile
The Offa Descendants Union (ODU) has called on the Kwara State government to intervene to avert a possible renewal of the communal clash between Offa and her neighbours in Erin-Ile. ODU, in a protest letter signed by its national President, Alhaji Najim Yaasin and made available to newsmen in Ilorin,the state capital, canvassed the acceptance
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target=_blank>ADC not merging with any party –Lagos chair
The Lagos State Chairman of the African Democratic Congress (ADC), Pastor Kayode Jacobs, has declared that his party would not merge with any political party in Lagos State towards the 2019 general elections. Speaking during a press conference at the party’s secretariat in Onipanu, Lagos, Jacobs said ADC, which he described as the third largest
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target=_blank>Enugu auto-crash claims 3, 15 injured –Police
The Police Command in Enugu State yesterday, confirmed the death of three persons and 15 others injured in an accident that happened on Enugu-Port Harcourt Expressway. The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) for the Command, SP Ebere Amaraizu, who made the confirmation in a statement in Enugu said the accident occurred on Thursday at Ogbaku
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target=_blank>Taking a cue from protests in France, Tunisia
For six straight weekends now a group of people have been coming out in their thousands in the freezing cold to protest against a government policy, which they deem to be unfair. Not even a December 11 terrorist attack at the Strasbourg Christmas market in which five people were killed and a number of others
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Edo State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Johnson Kokumo, has said the new security architecture and trust fund launched by Governor Godwin Obaseki, have positioned the police and other security agencies in the state to better fight crime. Kokumo, who made the submission in an interview with journalists in Benin City, commended Obaseki for the deployment […]
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