Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Thursday 28th February 2019
Here are some of the Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines on some of the newspapers.
target=_blank>NSE places full suspension on Newrest ASL shares
Trading in the shares of Newrest ASL Plc has been placed on full suspension on the Nigerian Stock Exchange This follows the Exchange’s approval of the application for voluntary delisting of the company. According to a notice obtained from the NSE, the management of the Exchange said: “Further to the Market Bulletin of 19 February
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target=_blank>StanChart to hire Chinese-speaking bankers for Nigeria, others
Standard Chartered is targeting more trade-focused business from Chinese companies by hiring around 15 bankers for its Nigerian and other operations worldwide, Reuters reported a source familiar with the plans as saying yesterday. According to the news agency, the move forms part of a broader StanChart strategy announced on Tuesday to boost profits in its
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target=_blank>APC to Buhari: Deploy soldiers in Ogun for governorship polls
…says IGP must probe electoral violence The All Progressives Congress (APC) yesterday called on President Muhammadu Buhari to direct deployment of soldiers for the March 9 governorship and the House of Assembly elections in Ogun State. The party, which stated that its demand for military deployment was to check planned violence, also urged acting
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target=_blank>19 arraigned for illegally dealing in 21,840 litres of diesel
Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) yesterday arraigned 19 people before Justice Muhammed Aikawa of a Federal High Court in Lagos for illegally dealing in 21,840 litres of diesel. In a charge sheet marked, FHC/L/59c/19, the defendants were listed as Ayeni John, Emmanuel Tosu, Emopin Moneyin, Malade Aiyetimiyi, Odroja Ojuene, Ikedehinbu Idowu, Abogun Ota, Elamah
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target=_blank>OPPO showcases mobile innovations to partners
Global smartphone manufacturer, OPPO, recently unveiled the innovation behind its advancements in mobile technologies in 2019 to its global partners. Debuting a world-first 10x lossless zoom technology and industry leading developments in 5G technology, the company in a statement, said it is cementing its reputation as an innovator in the mobile communications space. Speaking during
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target=_blank>MainOne partners Facebook for open-access fiber network
Technology company, MainOne has embarked on a metro fiber infrastructure project in two states of Nigeria, with support from Facebook. The infrastructure collaboration is part of Facebook’s efforts to connect more people to broadband Internet. As part of this project, MainOne is building and operating approximately 750 km terrestrial fiber infrastructure in Edo and
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target=_blank>Umuahia: Stakeholders express satisfaction with peaceful polls
Some stakeholders in Umuahia have expressed satisfaction over the peaceful conduct of the Presidential and National Assembly election in the area. In separate interviews with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), they said that the orderliness recorded during the voting was an indication that Nigerians were desirous of improving the nation’s political system. Chief
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target=_blank>FG moves to end obstetric fistula
As part of efforts to reduce cases of obstetric fistula to the barest minimum, the Federal Government has inaugurated an Inter- Ministerial Committee on the establishment of the National Obstetric Fistula Centres across the country. Speaking during the inauguration, the Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, said given the consequences of obstetric fistula on the
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target=_blank>Court fixes suit seeking OPL 245 revocation for March 29
A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos, has fixed March 29 for hearing in a litigation at the instance of a leading human rights organisation, Human and Environmental Development Agenda (HEDA), which wants the Federal Government to revoke OPL 245 involving some oil conglomerates. In a suit marked HEDA Vs. AGF and 3 OTHERS,
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Inter Party Advisory Council (IPAC), Abia State chapter has accused the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) of partisanship in the just concluded Presidential and the National assembly election. In a release signed by its chairman, Rev. Augustine Ehiemere and Acting Secretary, Ulu Joseph, IPAC expressed displeasure at withholding of election results in Abia south […]
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