Latest News in Nigeria Today Thursday 17th January 2019
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target=_blank>Ezebiri community’ll vote Okowa—Obie
Mr. Godwin Obie, Special Assistant to Governor Ifeanyi Okowa on Security, has assured the governor of the resolve by Ezebiri community to return him to Government House.
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target=_blank>APC not a match to PDP in Delta — Anubi
DELTA State House of Assembly aspirant in Isoko North Local Government Area, Delta State, Mr. Lugba Anubi, yesterday, advanced reasons why he defected from the All Progressives Congress, APC, saying the party was not a match for Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in the state.
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target=_blank>Cross River DA suspends gov candidate for endorsing APC flagbearer
CALABAR—Cross River State Democratic Alternative, DA, yesterday, suspended its governorship candidate, Dr. Charles Offiong-Ephraim, one of the 15 that endorsed the All Progressives Con-gress, APC, governorship candidate, Senator John Owan-Enoh.
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target=_blank>Researchers task academics on solutions-driven research
Education stakeholders have reiterated the need for academicians to concentrate on solutions-driven research just as international researchers at the on going International Conference on Knowledge and Innovation Management hosted by Babcock University said ”Government is not perusing research, because they are not impactful”. They disclosed that for research to be impactful, it must be contemporary and solve contemporary problems while they stressed that the challenge generally is the need for stakeholders in academics to be pragmatic and for government to provide conducive atmosphere for research .
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target=_blank>Loral remains unequalled in terms of academic excellence – Nwosu
The need for value-based education in Nigeria, according to a statement made available by the proprietress, Loral International School, Lady Nwaneka Loretta Nwosu, prompted birth of Loral International School and till date, the school’s 100 per cent remains unpolluted and there are no shut cuts.
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target=_blank>Nigeria’s gifted Radiologist, Prof Obaro, gets life-achiever award in UK
Highly regarded as a genius of the medical profession and one of the leading specialists in Interventional Radiology in the United Kingdom, Prof Reuben Oluwakinmilehin Obaro has indeed made Nigeria proud within and beyond the shores of the country. For this, he was recently decorated by the Nigeria-British Awards Institute as a life-achiever, a honour well-deserved for working assiduously to elevate the state of health care both in the diaspora and in his home-country.
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target=_blank>February Polls: If I lose, it won’t be first time – Buhari
PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has declared that if eventually he loses the February 19 presidential election, it will not be the first time of him losing elections.
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target=_blank>Corruption: Osinbajo says all returned looted funds will be judiciously utilized
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has said that the Federal Government’s fight against corruption is on course and that all monies returned to government by those who looted public treasury will be judiciously utilised to develop the country.
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Obaseki charges Govt appointees to intensify Lassa Fever campaign
The Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, has said that the state government has intensified efforts to curb Lassa Fever in the state and directed all government appointees to sensitise residents in rural and urban centres on measures to prevent the spread of the ailment.
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