Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Friday 31st May 2019
Here are some of the Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines on some of the newspapers.
target=_blank>Supreme Court’s verdict on Zamfara polls
Last week, the Supreme Court delivered a landmark judgement on the intractable electoral dispute in Zamfara State. The apex court sacked the governor-elect, Alhaji Mukhtar Idris and all the candidates of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in the state who emerged winners in the various elections in the 2019 polls. In a unanimous judgement, the
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target=_blank>MAN gives reasons for GDP slide in 1Q
Following the first quarter Gross Domestic Product (GDP) report released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) showing that the country’s economy grew by 2.01 per cent on year-on-year basis in real terms, the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN), alongside other members of the Organised Private Sector of Nigeria (OPSN) have attributed such to federal
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target=_blank>We won’t witch-hunt anyone, Kwara gov assures civil servants
Kwara State Governor Abdul- Rahman Abdul- Razaq has told civil servants in the state that he would not witchhunt anyone for their political beliefs. “We would not label anyone. We will carry everybody along and will promote a culture of transparency and independence. We want Kwara to regain its rightful place, particularly in the North,
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target=_blank>Clerics: Why Muslims must fear, serve Allah beyond Ramadan
Islamic clerics have called on Nigerians, especially Muslims to be committed to Allah in their service and ensure that they fear and serve Him diligently even beyond the holy month of Ramadan. The clerics including the renowned fiery Islamic preacher, Sheik Muyideen Ajani Bello; Chief Iman Idoluwo Mosque, Lagos Island, Alhaji Imam Abdullateef Utman and
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target=_blank>Countdown for Eid-el Fitri,end of Ramadan begins
Muslims to look for Shawwal moon on Monday Today is the last Friday of Ramadan 1440 AH The countdown to the end of 2019 Ramadan and Eid-el Fitri celebrations has begun in earnest with the scheduled search for the new crescent (moon) of Shawwal on Monday, June 3, 2019. While today is the
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target=_blank>Using art to correct societal ills
Art has often been defined as “the products of human creativity,” or “the creation of beautiful or significant things.” Pre-historic art, usually divided into Paleolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic arts gave the world an appreciable understanding of what transpired before the evolution of civilization. Indeed, history has it that seventeen thousand years ago, “humans painted realistic
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target=_blank>NFIU: Ebonyi LG chairmen, 171 ward councillors reject autonomy
At least 13 local government chairmen and 171 Ward Councillors in Ebonyi state have rejected council autonomy. They unanimously rejected the position of the Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit (NFIU) on Local Government Finances. This was contained in a 10-point resolution endorsed by the chairmen and another similar resolution signed by the Legislative leaders of the
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target=_blank>Kogi students endorse Gov Bello’s second term bid
The leadership of various student bodies in Kogi have endorsed Governor Yahaya Bello’s bid for a second term in office, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), reports. The students, at a press conference on yesterday in Lokoja, said that Bello had performed creditably and deserved four more years. The groups represented included Kogi Chapter of
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target=_blank>Using art to shine light on menstruation
The United Nations enlightened the public that lack of menstrual knowledge, poor access to sanitary products and a non-facilitating school environment could make it difficult for girls to attend schools in most developing countries of the world. The UN calls for interventions to reduce the burden of menstruation for school girls by government and non-governmental
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Some constituents of Ndokwa/Ukwuani Federal Constituency in Delta State have lodged an appeal against the dismissal of an alleged forgery suit against Hon. Ossai Nicholas Ossai by Justice Nnamdi Dimgba of a Federal High Court in Asaba. The notice of Appeal, which has seven grounds was filed by Uche Collins Osamezu, Kingsley Oge, Ifeanyi Okonji, […]
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