Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Tuesday 19th February 2019
Here are some of the Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines on some of the newspapers.
target=_blank>NUT seeks regulation, professional salary structure
Nigerian teachers, under the aegis of the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) have said that if teaching must be repositioned in the country to attain global best practices, teaching profession was in dire need of a better regulation and a professional salary structure that would attract quality human resources. National President of the union,
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target=_blank>Nigeria cities positioned for growth in retail malls
Despite huge vacancy rate in existing retail malls, Nigerian cities have been positioned to witness additional 122,575 square metres (sqm) growth in retail space in 2019, New Telegraph has learnt. Various constructions of these shopping malls have reached certain stages of completion in some of the cities such as Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt and Benin.
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target=_blank>Friend took me to Dubai for prostitution for N3m –Lady
A Nigerian lady, Lovelyn Bianca, has in a viral video on social media exposed her friend, Precious (surname withheld), from Uturu Onuaku in Abia State, for allegedly taking young Nigerian girls to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates for prostitution after administering oath on them. Bianca, who was sporting a white T-shirt top in the
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target=_blank>11 convicted for oil theft, fined N2.2m
Justice M. S. Abubakar of the Federal High Court sitting in Warri, Delta State has convicted and jailed 11 people for oil theft. The convicts, who were prosecuted by the Port Harcourt Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), were, however, given an option of fine. The convicts – Ephraim Akpan, Agadagba
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target=_blank>Poly, LG commission partner on staff training
Ekiti State Local Government Service Commission has spoken of its readiness to partner Ajayi Polytechnic, a private institution located at Ikere-Ekiti on regular training of the councils’ members of staff by the institution. This was as the Commission noted that the partnership would go a long way in boosting and increasing students’ enrollment at both
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target=_blank>Varsity to appoint industry professionals as ‘Professors of Practice
Determined to enrich the knowledge and experience of the students for global job market, the authorities of the First Technical University (Tech-U), Ibadan have unfolded plans to recruit highly experienced and mobile industry players and professionals as Professors of Practice to join the growing faculty. Its Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Ayobami Salami, who disclosed this during the
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target=_blank>Bandits kill Osaze Odemwingie’s hotel manager
A late night shootout by suspected bandits which lasted for about three hours on Sunday has left a middle-aged man dead in Benin, Edo State. The victim, Mr. Osato Okunkpolo, in his 40s, met his sudden death while he was in his office. He was a manager of the hotel belonging to Nigeria’s former international
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target=_blank>UI fixes 2nd Semester examinations for March 11
Following disruption of its 2017/2018 academic calendar occasioned by the recently-suspended 3- month strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Management of the University of Ibadan has announced that its students have only three weeks of lecturing after which they will start their second semester examinations. Makingtheannouncement yesterday on behalf of the Senate
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target=_blank>Senate: Osun PDP, APC’s candidates bandy words over illegal arms
Senatorial candidates of the two rival political parties in Osun, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the All Progressives Congress (APC) yesterday engaged each other in war of words over allegation of arms’ importation to foment trouble on elections day. This, the PDP candidate, Chief Francis Adenigba Fadahunsi and Hon. Israel Famurewa of the APC
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The Lagos State government yesterday said that it was set to commence transfer of funds to the poor and the vulnerable segment of the State. Speaking during inauguration of State Operations Cooperating Unit (SOCU) as part of effort to create a Single Social Register that would lead to conditional and unconditional funds’ transfer to the […]
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