Nigeria Newspaper Front Pages Today Tuesday 29th January 2019
Here are some of the Nigeria Newspaper Front Pages Today on Thisday newspaper.
target=_blank>Yakubu: Government Should Take the Lead in Patronising Local Initiatives
The Chief Executive Officer, Dajo Pottery Limited, Levi Yakubu, in this interview with Jonathan Eze, spoke about issues in the ceramic industry and the need for government to patronise Made-in-Nigeria products. Excerpts: Tell us about your pottery business. How did it start? I am a fellow of society of Nigerian artist. I am a graduate
The post Yakubu: Government Should Take the Lead in Patronising Local Initiatives appeared first on THISDAYLIVE.
target=_blank>WARIF Combats Sexual Violence Through the Education of Young Boys
Following the success of the first cycle of its Boys’ Conversation Café (BCC) Initiative, Women at Risk International Foundation (WARIF), has kicked off the second cycle of this project to educate a wider range of boys in Nigeria about gender based violence and its effects. This project aims to instil the role that boys
The post WARIF Combats Sexual Violence Through the Education of Young Boys appeared first on THISDAYLIVE.
target=_blank>Ayade’s Campaign Receives Boosts as 1000 APC Faithful Defect to PDP
The mass exodus of members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Cross River state continued at the weekend when the assistant secretary of the party, Mr. Sunday Omang, led over one thousand of his supporters to defect to the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) during Governor Ben Ayade’s campaign rally in Bekwarra local government area
The post Ayade’s Campaign Receives Boosts as 1000 APC Faithful Defect to PDP appeared first on THISDAYLIVE.
target=_blank>Agbakoba, SERAP Petition NJC over Ag. CJN Mohammed
A former President of the Nigerian Bar Association, Dr. Olisa Agbakoba (SAN) and anti-corruption group, Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), have dragged the Acting Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN) Justice Tanko Muhammad before the National Judicial Council (NJC) over alleged act of misconduct. In two separate petitions submitted before the NJC, the duo wants
The post Agbakoba, SERAP Petition NJC over Ag. CJN Mohammed appeared first on THISDAYLIVE.
target=_blank>Lawyers to Boycott Court in Protest against Onnoghen’s Suspension
By Alex Enumah in Abuja Barring any last minute changes, lawyers in the country would from Tuesday, January 29 shun court proceedings in protest of the suspension of the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Walter Onnoghen. The boycott, which is slated for Tuesday and Wednesday, is part of decisions reached by the umbrella body
The post Lawyers to Boycott Court in Protest against Onnoghen’s Suspension appeared first on THISDAYLIVE.
target=_blank>INEC: Conflicting Judgments Creating Uncertainty in Electoral Process
Adedayo Akinwale in Abuja The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has raised the alarm that conflicting judgments, especially by courts of co-ordinate jurisdiction at the High Court level, are putting the Commission in a very difficult position and also creating uncertainty in the process. The Chairman of the commission, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, disclosed this Monday
The post INEC: Conflicting Judgments Creating Uncertainty in Electoral Process appeared first on THISDAYLIVE.
target=_blank>Don’t Approve Minimum Wage States Cannot Pay, Yari Warns National Assembly
*Says only Lagos can pay N30,000 minimum wage Zamfara State Governor, Alhaji Abubakar Yari, has warned National Assembly against passing a new National Minimum Wage that would be difficult for states to pay. Yari, who is the Chairman, Nigerian Governors’ Forum, issued the warning in an interview with journalists on the sidelines of the public
The post Don’t Approve Minimum Wage States Cannot Pay, Yari Warns National Assembly appeared first on THISDAYLIVE.
target=_blank>Niger Gov Committed to Granting Autonomy to Other Arms of Government
By Laleye Dipo in Minna The Niger State Governor, Alhaji Abubakar Sani Bello, has expressed “absolute commitment” to granting autonomy to the three other arms of government — the judiciary, local government and the legislature. Governor Bello made the commitment in Minna on Monday at the swearing-in of a new Chief Judge for the state,
The post Niger Gov Committed to Granting Autonomy to Other Arms of Government appeared first on THISDAYLIVE.
target=_blank>Tribunal Upholds Election of Fayemi as Ekiti Governor
By Alex Enumah in Abuja THE Ekiti State Governorship Election Petition Tribunal sitting in Abuja on Monday upheld the election of Kayode Fayemi as Governor of Ekiti State. The three man panel of the Ekiti State Governorship Tribunal in a Unanimous judgment dismissed the suit filed by the Peoples Democratic Party and its Candidate, Prof.
The post Tribunal Upholds Election of Fayemi as Ekiti Governor appeared first on THISDAYLIVE.
Olawale Olaleye The Senate, earlier today, approached the Supreme Court for an interpretation of the powers of the president in the appointment and removal of the Chief Justice of Nigeria, with respect to the roles of the upper chamber of the National Assembly and the National Judicial Council (NJC) in the entire process. Confuzzled by […]
The post Onnoghen’s Suspension: Senate Approaches Supreme Court appeared first on THISDAYLIVE.
You can also check Nigeria Newspaper Headlines Today