Nigeria news today headlines update Tuesday 1st January 2019

Nigeria news today headlines update Tuesday 1st January 2019

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target=_blank>Vatican Spokesman And His Deputy Resign, Capping Difficult Year For Pope Francis

The Vatican spokesman and his deputy resigned on Monday over disagreements on strategy, ending a year of upheaval in the Holy See’s communications structure. A brief Vatican statement gave no reason for the resignations. Spokesman Greg Burke, an American, tweeted that he and his Spanish deputy, Paloma Garcia Ovejero, had quit to let Pope Francis appoint a new team
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target=_blank>Brazil Raids Target Group Over Plot Against President-Elect Bolsonaro

Brazilian federal police on Monday carried out search and arrest warrants against seven members of a self-described terrorist group plotting an attack against President-elect Jair Bolsonaro. The target of the raids is a group that calls itself “Ancestral Damnation,” which authorities believe placed explosives outside a church in Brasilia last week, R7 radio reported. During
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target=_blank>Bangladesh Opposition Rejects Election Results

Bangladesh’s opposition has contested the results of elections won in a landslide by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. But widespread reports of irregularities, voter intimidation and violence have cast a shadow over the polls. Hasina was handed a fourth term after her Awami League and its allies took 288 of 298 seats in parliament. Opinion polls
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target=_blank>Trump Defends Withdrawing US Troops From Syria

US President Donald Trump has defended his decision to withdraw American troops from Syria, saying he is “just doing what I said I was going to do” during his 2016 election campaign. Trump made the comments on Monday, one day after Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, a close ally of the US leader, told reporters at
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target=_blank>2018: Unfulfilled Promises, Depletion Of Aircraft Fleet

Players in the Nigerian aviation industry say the sector in 2018 was bedevilled with several of the government policies going down unfulfilled, while the country’s carriers experienced challenges in operations. OLUSEGUN KOIKI writes. The Nigerian aviation industry expectedly like in the previous years began with high hopes of total transformation of the sector in 2018.
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target=_blank>Egina To Start Pumping This Week

LAGOS – Total has stated that it expects to start up production from the Egina field, offshore Nigeria before the end of this week, most likely by January 3, 2019. The Egina field is the company’s second large deepwater oil project to be commissioned in Africa in the space of six months. The field will produce,
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target=_blank>Onne Ports Reels Out 2018 Achievements, Regrets Challenges

P/HARCOURT – Onne Ports complex, also home to the Oil and Gas Free Zone (OGFZ), has reeled out its 2018 achievements, although huge challenges still persist. Alhassan Abubakar, the port manager who disclosed to journalists during a recent stock-taking media briefing at the complex in Onne, near Port Harcourt, said that they received quay fenders, which
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target=_blank>Indorama Fertilizer Saves Nigeria $5bn In Foreign Exchange

Nigeria would soon be retaining some $5 billion in foreign exchange with the exportation of two million metric tons per annum (MTPA) of Urea fertilizer by Indorama Eleme Fertilizer and Chemicals Limited’s (IEFCL) from its Train 2 fertilizer plant expected to come on stream in less than two years in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. Currently,
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target=_blank>Our $3bn Refinery Project Still Intact – IPMAN

LAGOS – The South-west, Zonal Chairman, Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN),Alhaji Debo Ahmed, has hinted that the association would resume financing its $3billion refineries project as soon as the Federal Government settles its fuel import subsidy arrears. Ahmed, who disclosed this to newsmen in Lagos, said the development became necessary to fast-track the take-off
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Air Peace Fulfilling Our Goal Of Servicing Underserved Routes – Onyema

The Chairman of Air Peace, Mr. Allen Onyema, has expressed delight about the performance of the airline in serving unserved and underserved routes in the country. Onyema also said that the extension of the airline’s operations to the Murtala Muhammed Airport Two (MMA2), Lagos, which is slated to commence on January 2, 2019 was strategic […]
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