Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Wednesday 30th January 2019
Here are some of the Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines on some of the newspapers.
target=_blank>The existential in the crisis of Nigerian public service
CONTINUED FROM YESTERDAY Hunger takes away all the cultured finesse of civil interaction, and basically turns the hungry person into a similitude of a beast. The condition of servitude is one that is not strange to the third world, to Africa, and indeed to Nigeria. Underdevelopment derives from a governance disequilibrium in which there
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target=_blank>Delta: Okowa intensifies campaign, to commission projects
Several thousands of people Delta State yesterday defied the early morning rain to attend the campaign of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ughelli South of the state. Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, who was excited over the mammoth crowd at the rally, expressed delight that the people appreciated his administration’s developmental projects. Okowa at the
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target=_blank>Foundation empowers 50 Beninese entrepreneurs
Sèmè City, the International Knowledge and Innovation City, has partnered with the Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF), one of the leading philanthropic organization empowering African entrepreneurs to train and empower additional 50 Beninese entrepreneurs. Sèmè City, according to a statement, will join a growing list of governments, development agencies and private sector organisations partnering with
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target=_blank>Protein linked to cancers may benefit treatment development
A specific protein has been found to be associated with aggressive breast, colorectal and ovarian cancers and researchers believe the findings could be used to assist relevant diagnosis and development of treatments. These are the findings of a study released by London-based Institute of Cancer Research (ICR). A team from ICR found that the protein
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target=_blank>Joké Coker admittedd into Forbes Coaches’ Council
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) & Lead Coach, Constellation Coaching Group LLC, Mrs. Joké Coker, has been admitted into The Forbes Coaches Council, USA. Mrs. Coker was on January 11 listed as an official member of Forbes Coaches Council, which is an invitation only community for leading business and career coaches. She was vetted and
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target=_blank>Int’l para powerlifting tourney: Foreign athletes hail Lagos hospitality
As curtains fall on the International Para-Powerlifting Competition on Wednesday, foreign para-lifters taking part in the tournament have described the hospitality from the Lagos State Government as excellent. The competition, which started on 24th January is being competed by para powerlifters from Nigeria, Ghana, Guinea, Tanzania, Cameroon and Cote d’Ivoire. Some of the athletes who
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target=_blank>Anyaoku: Nigeria lacks cohesion under Buhari
Former Secretary- General of the Commonwealth, Chief Emeka Anyaoku, has described governance under the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari as underperforming and without national cohesion. This is just as the former envoy cautioned government agencies participating in the conduct of forthcoming general elections to be wary of their behaviour, stating that the international community is
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target=_blank>Canada, Russia flood Nigeria with N518.4bn wheat
As the Federal Government resolves to reduce shipment of wheat by 60 per cent by 2025, Nigeria has become a new wheat market for Canada, Germany and Russia. Statistics indicated that the shipments coming from Russia, Canada, Germany and United States into Nigeria was N518.4 billion ($1.44 billion) in half year of 2018 as
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target=_blank>‘Firms embrace strong authentication’
Organisations are beginning to invest in stronger, phishing-resistant forms of authentication, according to “The State of Strong Authentication Report 2019,” a new report developed by Javelin Strategy & Research and sponsored by the Fido Alliance. According to the report, “the number of organisations using cryptographically backed strong authentication has tripled since 2017 for consumer
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Niger State Governor, Alhaji Abubakar Sani Bello, yesterday reiterated his administration’s commitment to judicial autonomy, saying it would enable the arm of government carry out its responsibility. Governor Bello spoke during the valedictory session held in honour of the retiring Chief Judge of Niger State, Hon. Justice Maria Dzukogi, at the state high court complex, […]
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