Nigeria news today headlines update Tuesday 8th January 2019

Nigeria news today headlines update Tuesday 8th January 2019

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target=_blank>Trump Wants Safe Withdrawal Of U.S. Troops From Syria – White House

President Donald Trump wants to ensure the safety of U.S. troops as they withdraw from Syria and has not changed his position removing the forces, the White House said on Monday. Trump said this a day after his national security adviser outlined conditions for withdrawal that could take months.“The president hasn’t changed his position, as
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target=_blank>Zimbabwe Teachers To Strike Over Pay As Currency Crisis Deepens

Zimbabwean teachers will commence strike on Tuesday to press for U.S. dollar-denominated salaries following the failure of talks with the government. Union officials said on Monday that the talks failed to bring a breakthrough in negotiation over the issue. This had been putting pressure on President Emmerson Mnangagwa to contain a runaway currency crisis. Cash
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target=_blank>Ibadan Mayhem: Culprits Won’t Go Unpunished, Says Ajimobi

Gov. Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State on Monday vowed to ensure that culprits involved in various robberies and mayhem across the state were apprehended and prosecuted. Speaking during a sympathy and on-the-spot assessment visit of areas where mayhem occurred in Ibadan, Ajimobi said that criminals operating in the state would not know peace. The News
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target=_blank>Queen Moremi Ajasoro’s Musicals To Be Showcased In UK, USA And Others

The just concluded 10-day Queen Moremi Ajasoro (QMA) musicals held in Lagos and graced by no less than 8,000 viewers is a cultural boost to the country.   A cultural ambassador, Princess Ronke Ademiluyi, who disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) added that the organisers would soon embark on an international tour
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target=_blank>Rwanda Spends $227m In 2018 On Disaster Relief – Report

The Rwandan government spent 227 million dollars (200.4 billion Rwandan francs (227 million dollars) on relief services after natural disasters in 2018, said an assessment report released on Monday. The money was spent on relief services, including providing shelter, medication, food aid and reconstruction of infrastructure, said the report by the ministry of emergency management.
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target=_blank>Britain To Hold Parliamentary Brexit Vote January 15

British Prime Minister Theresa May will hold a delayed parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal on Tuesday, Jan. 15, the BBC reported on Monday, citing government sources. May was forced to pull the vote on her deal in December after she said it would be defeated by a large majority. The government had previously said
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target=_blank>NDLEA To Inaugurate Rehabilitation Centre In Gombe

The National Drug Law and Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) says it will inaugurate a 24-bed capacity rehabilitation Centre in Gombe  before the end of January. Mr Aliyu Adole, NDLEA Commander in the state, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Gombe on Monday. Adole said the centre, constructed by the
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target=_blank>Hope Rises For 2019 Budget As Oil Prices Climb On U.S.-China Trade Talk, Supply Cuts

Oil prices continued to build on gains made last week on growing optimism for progress on US-China trade talks and expected supply cuts by major producers, with international benchmark Brent crude up 2.9 percent at $58.71 a barrel. West Texas Intermediate, the US marker, rose 3.4 percent to $49.60 per barrel Monday. This is just
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target=_blank>Save Niger Delta Environment From Pollution, Extinction Of Sea Foods, Activist Pleads

P/HARCOURT – The Federal Government and indeed, the people of the Niger Delta have been urged to pull resources together and save the region’s environment from further pollution so that the rich sea foods and other wild life could be preserved from going extinct. A Nollywood actress from Andoni local government area of Rivers state, Matilda
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Navy Arrests Four Suspects, Impounds 358 Bags Of Rice

Following the rise in smuggling of rice into the country by hoodlums, the Nigerian Navy, Forward Operating Base, Ibaka, Mbo local government Area, Akwa Ibom state has arrested four suspected smugglers in separate operations and seized 358 bags of rice. The Command said items seized alongside with the bags of rice include two wooden boats, […]
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