Nigeria Newspaper Front Pages Today Wednesday 23rd January 2019
Here are some of the Nigeria Newspaper Front Pages Today on Thisday newspaper.
target=_blank>NLC Rejects N27,000 Minimum Wage, Summons Emergency Meeting
Onyebuchi Ezigbo in Abuja The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has rejected the N27,000 new National Minimum Wage adopted by the National Council of State on Tuesday. NLC General Secretary, Peter Ozo-Eson, made this known to journalists on Tuesday in Abuja. According to the NLC scribe, the council of state has no jurisdiction to fix another
The post NLC Rejects N27,000 Minimum Wage, Summons Emergency Meeting appeared first on THISDAYLIVE.
target=_blank>EU to Monitor Polls on Media Platforms, Deploys 40 Observers
By Udora Orizu in Abuja In the run up to the 2019 general election, the European Union (EU) Group has expressed its plan to assess the conduct of the media by monitoring key television and radio stations, newspapers as well as the social media, even as it deploys 40 observers to monitor the polls. The
The post EU to Monitor Polls on Media Platforms, Deploys 40 Observers appeared first on THISDAYLIVE.
target=_blank>Again, Court Adjourns El Zakzaky’s Trial
By John Shiklam in Kaduna A Kaduna State High Ccourt presided over by Justice Gideon Kurada on Tuesday adjourned the trial of the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), also known as Shiite, Sheikh Ibraheem El-Zakzaky, and his wife, Zeenat, till March 25. El Zakzaky and his wife have been in detention since
The post Again, Court Adjourns El Zakzaky’s Trial appeared first on THISDAYLIVE.
target=_blank>FG Concessions Terminal ‘B’ Warri Old Port for N105.24bn
By Ndubuisi Francis in Abuja Propelled by a desire to enhance service delivery, boost efficiency, modernise port development as well as relieve it of the burden of financing, among others, the federal government has finally consummated the concessioning of Terminal ‘B’ Warri Old Port in Delta State. The concessionaire, Ocean & Cargo Terminal Services Limited,
The post FG Concessions Terminal ‘B’ Warri Old Port for N105.24bn appeared first on THISDAYLIVE.
target=_blank>Roma, The Favourite Lead 2019 Oscars Nominations
By Vanessa Obioha 2019 is starting on a good note for the online streaming giant Netflix as its movie ‘Roma’ fetched the platform its first Best Picture nod. With only eight nominees in this category, Roma will be competing with Black Panther, BlacKkKlansman, Bohemian Rhapsody, The Favourite, A Star is Born, Vice and Green Book.
The post Roma, The Favourite Lead 2019 Oscars Nominations appeared first on THISDAYLIVE.
target=_blank>Court Orders Stopping Onnoghen’s Trial not Binding, Says CCT
By Alex Enumah in Abuja The Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) on Tuesday held that all orders of court restraining or stopping it from proceeding with the trial of the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN) Justice Walter Onnoghen were not binding on it. The CCT in a split decision of two to one, discountenanced the
The post Court Orders Stopping Onnoghen’s Trial not Binding, Says CCT appeared first on THISDAYLIVE.
target=_blank>CBN Retains Interest Rate at 14%
By James Emejo in Abuja The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on Tuesday resolved to leave the Monetary Policy Rate (MPR), otherwise known as interest rate at 14 per cent. It also retained the Cash Reserve Ratio (CRR) at 22.5 per cent and Liquidity Ratio at 30 per cent. Addressing journalists at the end of
The post CBN Retains Interest Rate at 14% appeared first on THISDAYLIVE.
target=_blank>House Postpones Deliberations on 2019 Budget till Wednesday
By Shola Oyeyipo in Abuja For the third time this year, the proposed second reading of the 2019 budget by members of the House of Representatives was Tuesday postponed when the Leader of the House, Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila, in whose name the document stands, urged his colleagues to shelf the debate till Wednesday. Though the
The post House Postpones Deliberations on 2019 Budget till Wednesday appeared first on THISDAYLIVE.
target=_blank>South Africa’s Economy to Grow to 1.3% in 2019, Says World Bank
The World Bank has said that South Africa’s economic growth will accelerate to 1.3 per cent in 2019 from an estimated 0.9 per cent in 2018. The World Bank, in its latest report on Tuesday, cited the implementation of structural reforms announced in 2018 for the growth. The bank also projected South Africa’s economic growth
The post South Africa’s Economy to Grow to 1.3% in 2019, Says World Bank appeared first on THISDAYLIVE.
By Omololu Ogunmade in Abuja The National Council of State Tay in Abuja approved N27,000 as the national minimum wage. The approval came several weeks after the federal government, state governments, organised private sector and the organised labour failed to reach a consensus on minimum wage. However, even though N27,000 was only approved by the […]
The post (UPDATED)Council of State Approves N27,000 as New National Minimum Wage, FG to Pay Workers N30,000 appeared first on THISDAYLIVE.
You can also check