Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Saturday 9th February 2019
Here are some of the Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines on some of the newspapers.
target=_blank>ASUU strike: UI resumes academic activities Feb. 14
Sequel to Thursday’s suspension of the three month-old strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the directive by its President, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, that academic activities be commenced as from yesterday, the University of Ibadan has announced February 14, as resumption date for its students. The university announced the resumption date in
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target=_blank>No restriction of movement as Buhari visits Lagos today
Worried by the apprehension that greeted the scheduled visit of President Muhammadu Buhari for the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential rally on Saturday, the Lagos State Government yesterday allayed fears of residents, assuring them that there would be adequate management of traffic. The government also assured residents that the roads would not experience lockdown as
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target=_blank>Stop sleeping with your daughters, commissioner tells fathers
Edo State Commissioner for Women Affairs, Mrs. Magdalene Ohene, has appealed to devilish fathers in Edo State to stop defiling their daughters for whatever reason. The commissioner, who led a protest against child and women abuse in Benin recently, disclosed that the rate at which young girls and women were being sexually harassed and intimidated
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target=_blank>Abia North: Kalu leads opinion poll
A civil society organisation, ‘Selfless Project’’ has concluded its opinion poll in Isuikwuato, Ummuneochi, Bende, Arochukwu and Ohafia Local Government Areas of Abia State. According to information gathered from its research, the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate, Dr. Orji Kalu, had the highest score of 55 per cent followed by the candidate of All Progressives
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target=_blank>Abia APC demands credible elections
The All Progressives Congress (APC) has called on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), security agencies and other stakeholders to ensure a free, fair and credible general election. According to the secretary of the APC in Abia State, Mr. Perfect Okorie, top chieftains of the Peoples Democratic Party (APC) in the state have been boasting
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target=_blank>ETIHAD SHOWDOWN: Hazard, Aguero on spot light
As the Premier League inches toward its business end, one of the most anticipated clashes comes up on Sunday with leaders Manchester City battling Chelsea. This encounter, to many, is one of the fixtures that has been marked as the decisive games of the season regarding whether the league title stays at the Blue side
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target=_blank>Police urge residents to remove abandoned vehicles from stations
Lagos state police command has advised residents in the state to remove their abandoned vehicles from police stations. The command further stated that such vehicles would be forfeited after 21 days. The vehicles include a Kia Rio saloon car with registration number A10-23-LA, a Ford Explora with registration number KTU678CV, a Mercedez Benz G Wagon
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target=_blank>Niger East: Umaru appeals judgement, calls for calm
Senator David Umaru (APC Niger East), has appealed the judgement of the Federal High Court Abuja, which nullified his candidature as the Senatorial candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for the Niger East Senatorial District in the February 16 elections. Justice F.O Giwa Ogunbanjo had in a judgement delivered on Thursday, declared Mohammed Sani
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target=_blank>Power supply: Discos, FG and Nigerians
Recently I interacted with a very highly placed official of one of the Electricity Distribution Companies (DisCos) and got a dazzling insight into not only why the nation will continue to struggle to provide electricity to its citizens; but more importantly how government policies are often out of touch with the realistic situation in the
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On February 14 every year, people indulge in activities to mark what is called Valentine’s Day. Although Valentine’s Day emerged from the need to share and show love to one another, many guys and ladies perceive Valentine’s Day celebration as a license for fornication and adultery. Valentine period is a period when marriage proposals fly […]
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