Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Monday 17th June 2019
Here are some of the Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines on some of the newspapers.
target=_blank>Amnesty boss, Dokubo, mourns sister
Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, Prof Charles Dokubo, at the weekend, said that the recent death of his elder sister, Madam Amaro Roseline Dokubo, had caused him an eternal pain. Describing his late sister as a mother and friend, Dokubo, on Saturday, lamented at her funeral ceremony in Abonnema, Akuku-Toru Local Government Area of
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target=_blank>U.K’s CISI widens MoU with CIS
The Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers (CIS) and United Kingdom’s based Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment (CISI) have deepened the scope of their Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for enhanced global ethical and professional standard. By the renewed MOU, stockbrokers are eligible to become members of CISI, subject to compliance with some requirements, including participation in
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target=_blank>Makinde’s proscription of Oyo NURTW excites commuters, drivers
Though the leadership of the Oyo State Council of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) has kicked against Governor Seyi Makinde’s proscription of the union, however, commuters, as well as, commercial drivers are excited at the development. Three leaders of the union are in the heart of the struggle to control the lucrative
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target=_blank>VW moves to raise $2bn for truck unit
Volkswagen Group aims to raise up to 1.9 billion euros ($2.1 billion) by floating a stake of at least 10 per cent in its Traton trucks unit later this month, its second attempt to bring the business to market. VW intends to offer stock in Traton, which sells MAN and Scania vehicles, for 27
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target=_blank>2019 Polls: EU scores INEC low on transparency
•Says Nigeria needs fundamental electoral reforms •Report dodgy, not definitive, says Keyamo The European Union Election Observation Mission (EUEOM) has scored the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) low on the conduct of the 2019 General Elections, saying there were insufficient checks and lack of transparency in the result process. The verdict came
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Tuesday looked so promising and Adele was very happy. The only dark spot was the fact that Jay hadn’t answered her calls or called back, neither did he respond to her text messages. It wasn’t the first time such would happen but she just wasn’t feeling too cool about it anymore. By midday,
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target=_blank>Ministerial list: Buhari under pressure
•Ex–govs, ministers intensify lobby •Ambode may head Ministry of Finance Almost three weeks after President Muhammadu Buhari was inauguration for second term in office and almost one week after the 9th National Assembly (NASS) came into being; Buhari is yet to make his ministerial list public, even as the pressure for him to do
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On-Air Personality and Nollywood actress, Destiny Amaka is also an actress, producer and philanthropist. She was born to a Nigerian father and South American, French and African mother, Destiny Amaka first captured the public’s eyes at the tender age of 13 with a BAFTA nomination for a teen documentary on human rights issues,
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target=_blank>Fire razes Ibadan market, destroys N20m goods
Goods worth about N20m were yesterday destroyed by fire at the Orita- Aperin Market, Ibadan, Oyo State capital when fire gutted some sections, the cause of which was yet unknown as at the time of this report. When Sunday Telegraph spoke with the Babaloja of Orita-Aperin Market, Chief Abiodun Hammed, he said “the fire
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The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has recalled ‘Upon the Rock Honey,’ produced under unhygienic condition. In a statement by NAFDAC, signed its Director General, Prof Moji Christianah Adeyeye said the honey, which could pose danger to health, was being recalled because they were packaged under unhygienic conditions. Adeyeye […]
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