Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Sunday 10th February 2019
Here are some of the Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines on some of the newspapers.
target=_blank>Oyo lawmaker commissions six classroom blocks
In a bid to improve the quality of education in the area, the lawmaker representing Egbeda/Onaara federal constituency, Hon. Taiwo Micheal Akintola has commissioned six classroom blocks in the constituency to eke good learning process of pupils in a motivating studious environment. During the commissioning of the project, Hon. Taiwo, who is seeking re-election on
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target=_blank>Foreign rice price falls by 10% at Maza Maza Market
Foreign rice which has never been short in supply in markets around Lagos State is still in abundance at Maza Maza market, a stop-over market for smugglers of rice from Benin Republic. The price on Wednesday in the market was about 10 per cent below what it was sold during the Christmas and New Year
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target=_blank>Touts are terrorizing us, Consumers, traders complain
Some consumers and traders in Alaba Suru Market in Ajeromi Ifelodun Local Area of Lagos State have decried the state of insecurity in the market, saying touts are extorting money from traders in the market and the area. Some of the consumers said that traders and other service providers in the market increased the prices
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target=_blank>Electronics products’ prices still high
Consumers of flat screen television set and other electronics products, have said that the prices of the products have remained very high after Christmas, calling on the Federal Government to intervene. Alabi Durotoye, a civil servant, told Sunday Telegraph that at Alaba International Market, the price of flat screen television now sells at N90,
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target=_blank>RIFAN Bayelsa starts dry season farming
The Bayelsa State chapter of Rice Farmers Association (RIFAN) at the weekend kick started its dry season rice farming. The farm, which is now located at Asamgbene in Kolokuma Opokuma Local Government of the state according to the Chairman of the Association Ezekiel Simeon Ogbianko, will this time produce about 400, 000 metric tons
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target=_blank>Monitor your children, well educationist tells parents
Administrator, Grace Schools, Gbagada, Lagos, Mrs. Tokunbo Edun, has called on parents not to abdicate their responsibilities and leave the care of their wards to drivers and house helps. Also, she said that being absentee parents make students to embrace negative values which would be inimical to their progress in life. Mrs. Edun made the
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target=_blank>Glaucoma: Me Cure champions blindness prevention, offers 10,000 free check ups
With thousands of Nigerians losing their vision to glaucoma, one of the leading causes of irreversible blindness, hope was raised recently about preventing the medical condition as well as reducing its prevalence among the populace. To this end, over 10,000 free glaucoma screening tests will be conducted to create opportunity for citizens to check
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target=_blank>Timeline of plane crashes in Nigeria
•June 24, 1956 – A British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) four-engined Canadair C-4 Argonaut airliner register G-ALHE crashed into a tree on departure from Kano Airport, three of the seven crew members and 29 of the 38 passengers were killed, and two crew and two passengers sustained serious injuries. *** •Nov. 20, 1969 –
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target=_blank>Afenifere, Ohanaeze, PANDEF and an imminent waterloo
That men irrespective of background and status have short memories is a statement of fact, generation after generation. That is why, time and time again, we are daily inundated with tales of people who refuse to learn from history, most times for pecuniary benefits. Curiously, some of these elements have more than enough resources to
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Former Nigerian Minister of Health and President of the Nigerian Academy of Pharmacy (NAP), Prince Julius Adelusi-Adeluyi is billed to address an Executive Dialogue on Public and Private Sector Collaboration for Economic Growth in the Pharmaceutical Sector. According to a statement, this dialogue will hold in Sandton, South Africa, on Thursday. Prince Adelusi-Adeluyi who is […]
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