Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Friday 1st March 2019
Here are some of the Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines on some of the newspapers.
target=_blank>Halting further electoral violence
In spite of the initial disappointment and anxiety, the Presidential and National Assembly elections have finally been held across the nation. A major feature of the elections is that cases of violence and electoral malpractices were reported. Past elections across the country had recorded one crisis or another before, during and after the polls
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target=_blank>The task ahead is hard, but Buhari is able
On Saturday February 23 the Presidential election was held. It was a fair and honest exercise that permitted the full expression of the sovereign will of the Nigerian people. In a decisive manner, the electorate have asked President Muhammadu Buhari to serve a second term. You the Nigerian people have given him a clear, indisputable
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target=_blank>Kogi SDP senatorial candidate rejects election result
Senatorial candidate of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) in Kogi Central, Kogi State, Natasha Akpoti, has rejected the result of the Presidential and National Assembly elections held in the state last Saturday. According to her, the election was marred by disruptions caused by thugs, alleged biased Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) officials and security agents.
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target=_blank>One killed, as group brings ‘O to ge’ to Lagos
One person was reportedly killed while several others sustained injuries when some groups of activists were protecting against former Lagos State Governor, Bola Tinubu. It was learnt that some activists, under the auspices of Free Lagos Orange Movement, held a rally to appeal to residents to come out en masse to vote against the All
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target=_blank>Electoral violence: Over 25 in police net in Delta
Police have apprehended 15 people in Delta State for different electoral offences during the Presidential and National Assembly elections last Saturday. Some were nabbed during the crisis which broke out at Otu-Okpu in Ika North East Local Government Area while others were arrested in Delta Central Senatorial District for tormenting trouble. The acting state Police
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target=_blank>52-year-old man impregnates, tries to kill niece, 15
Officials of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) have arrested a 52-yearold, Dennis Agya Kiyeye, for impregnating and attempting to murder a 15-year-old niece (name withheld). The Ekiti State NSCDC Commandant, Solomon Iyamu, said Kiyeye defiled and impregnated the girl at Ilupeju village in Gbonyin Local Government Area. The suspect, according to Iyamu,
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target=_blank>One dies, as another three-storey building collapses in Aba
Barely two days after this newspaper reported the case of a collapsed three storey building in Aba, tragedy struck again as another One person lost his life while another was injured when a three-storey building collapsed in Aba, the commercial hub of Abia State. This came a few days after a building, also a three-storey,
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target=_blank>Igbo, others safe in Lagos –CP
Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Zubairu Muazu, yesterday said that Igbo and other ethnic groups in the state were safe to go about their normal businesses. Muazu gave the assurance while briefing journalists on the update of security situation in the state ahead of the governorship election of March 9. According to him, one
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*-man/ target=_blank>I killed my wife for starving me of s** –Man
…says it’s abomination for woman to deny husband of s** A 35-year-old man, Mohammed Manu, has disclosed that he murdered his wife, Hassana Bulo, for not allowing him to sleep with her. Manu was arrested by the police at Barusa village in New Bussa Local Government Area of Niger State. He said: “I hit
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The last 20 years have witnessed declining rate of dehumanizing treatments meted out to women across the globe, especially the Black. It is highly provoking and irritating to see situations that should rather remain in the realm of fiction becoming real life situations of several women especially in the hands of men they love. Such […]
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