Leadership Newspapers News Today Sunday 3rd March 2019

Leadership Newspapers News Today Sunday 3rd March 2019

Nigeria Leadership Newspapers News Today and headlines on some of the happenings and news trend in the Country, today 03/03/19

Read also Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Sunday 3rd March 2019

target=_blank>Polls: Monarch Urges Youths To Shun Violence

The paramount ruler of Ikah Chiefdom in Ankpa local government area of Kogi state, Chief Sule Sani has advised youths to shun violence during election periods. The monarch reminded the youths that violence does not in any way present a race in good picture. “Igala kingdom in Nigeria which is known for peaceful coexistence with
The post Polls: Monarch Urges Youths To Shun Violence appeared first on Leadership Newspaper and Nigerian News Network.

target=_blank>Influential Senators Who Didn’t Return

The ripples caused by the presidential and National Assembly elections still reverberates across the polity. In the legislature, the upsets is as potent as it is in the executive. It is now clear that several big names of the eight senate would not be coming back to the red chamber. They include the Senate president,
The post Influential Senators Who Didn’t Return appeared first on Leadership Newspaper and Nigerian News Network.

target=_blank>Violence-free Polls In N’East As Military, Voters Give Insurgents Same Message

The people of the North East, including Internally-Displaced Persons (IDPs), came out en masse to vote in the recently-concluded presidential and National Assembly elections despite Boko Haram’s threats and pockets of attacks. In this report, GEORGE AGBA traces this feat to concordant tunes hummed by the military and the people in the region. Now that
The post Violence-free Polls In N’East As Military, Voters Give Insurgents Same Message appeared first on Leadership Newspaper and Nigerian News Network.

target=_blank>Presidential Polls: The Morning After

CHIBUZO UKAIBE captures intriguing events after the declaration of the presidential election. The mood of its national secretariat captured the feeling within the party on the morning after the presidential election was declared. The premises of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), the famous Wadata Plaza was deserted. It seemed almost lifeless, safe for the security
The post Presidential Polls: The Morning After appeared first on Leadership Newspaper and Nigerian News Network.

target=_blank>Elections: The Dilemma Of Decreasing Voter Turn Out

MOSES ORJIME writes on the continuous decrease in the number of eligible voters during elections since 1999. With every election cycle, the number of Nigerians who vote has repeatedly shrunk in spite of the ever growing number of registered voters. This has been the pattern since 1999 when Nigeria returned to democratic rule. And the
The post Elections: The Dilemma Of Decreasing Voter Turn Out appeared first on Leadership Newspaper and Nigerian News Network.

target=_blank>Why INEC Must Plug The Loopholes

The logistics challenges which the electoral umpire, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), tried to tackle by postponing the presidential and National Assembly elections by a week still manifested during the exercise. Despite assurances that the commission had made adequate preparations, the February 23 elections held across the country were still marred by series of
The post Why INEC Must Plug The Loopholes appeared first on Leadership Newspaper and Nigerian News Network.

target=_blank>Bomai Welcome On Board

Last week’s election of Malam Ibrahim Mohammed Bomai as the senator representing  Yobe south, in Yobe State at the just concluded National Assembly elections did not come to as a surprise. Bomai, has been a man of the people for a long time now as he endeared himself to his people through his compassion and
The post Bomai Welcome On Board appeared first on Leadership Newspaper and Nigerian News Network.

target=_blank>Enough Ke? Lagosians Want More!

Having survived the wearisome essay by Dabira Olorunfemi titled “Bourdillon Bullion Vans and Tinubu’s Uncanny Affront on Lagosians – This Madness Must End”, I decided to write this as a public service in hope of convincing Ms. Olorunfunmi and others like her to stop wasting paper and cease boring us with her stale screed. This
The post Enough Ke? Lagosians Want More! appeared first on Leadership Newspaper and Nigerian News Network.

target=_blank>Mobile Phone Theft: A Rising Peril In Abuja

The rise in smartphone theft is taking another facet in the Federal capital Territory. HENRY TYOHEMBA writes on the diverse means adopted by snatchers and the agony of some victims. Walking down the street with a cell phone in hand is no longer safe in Abuja. Despites binding new lock features installed now on all
The post Mobile Phone Theft: A Rising Peril In Abuja appeared first on Leadership Newspaper and Nigerian News Network.

Fear Of ‘One Chance’ Grips Abuja Residents

Despite the fact that the public and the law en¬forcement agencies are now famil¬iar with the modus operandi of the popular ‘One chance’ robbery syndicates, these criminals have equally devised new means to con¬tinue to ply their nefarious trade. CHRISTIANA NWAOGU brings stories of victims experiences . Threatening the security of the Federal Capital Territory […]
The post Fear Of ‘One Chance’ Grips Abuja Residents appeared first on Leadership Newspaper and Nigerian News Network.

Leadership Newspapers News Today

You can also check Leadership Newspaper Headlines Today