Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Sunday 23rd June 2019
Here are some of the Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines on some of the newspapers.
target=_blank> Kogi Guber Poll: Tenants Don’t Dislodge Landlords, Bello tells Seidu Ogah
Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State has advised an All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship aspirant in the state, Professor Seidu Ogah Mohammed to banish from his thoughts the hope of ever clinching the party’s ticket “no matter the level of his hallucination”. Mohammed, who is the newest entrant into the race for the governorship of
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target=_blank>You Have Written Your Name In Gold, Perm Sec Tells DG NASRDA
Ahead of today’s send forth party Organized in honor of Prof Seidu Onailo Mohammed, the Permanent Secretary of Federal Ministry of Science and Technology, Mr Bitrus Bako Nabusa, has lauded the efforts of Prof. Seidu Onailo Mohammed during his stint as the DG of the Nation’s Space Agency. Mr Bitrus who doubles as the supervising
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target=_blank>Ladan out, Shakur in as oil industry’s shake up rocks DPR
By: Adeola Yusuf The reign of Mr. Modacai Ladan as Director of Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) ended at the weekend as the gale of shake up rocking the oil industry rocked the department. Ladan who should have retired about two years ago due to age and number of years in active service, was left
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target=_blank>TB Joshua: Organizers dismisses Nazareth protesters
By Andrew Iro Okungbowa The organisers and authorities in Israel have debunked the pockets of protestations making the rounds in Israel, saying that all is set for the two days event to begin today. They described the protests as a stage managed mild protestations and as of no effect as Israel is engulfed by excitement
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target=_blank>Ondo guber: Akeredolu in hot race for second term ticket
BABATOPE OKEOWO writes that due to the array of political giants eyeing the Ondo governorship seat within the ruling APC, and with many hurdles to cross, Governor Rotimi Akeredolu has started making some deft political moves aimed at strengthening his hold on power and checkmating his political opponents ahead of a controversial second term bid.
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target=_blank>LASTMA OFFICIAL: Attack on our personnel by 7up workers will show it’s no longer business as usual
Officers of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) are fast becoming endangered species in the “Centre of Excellence”. This is because of the spate of attacks on the traffic managers in the last few weeks which increasingly have become worrisome. LASTMA officers have been at the receiving end of various forms of maltreatments from
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target=_blank>SWEET TALES OF MOTHERHOOD
I was called a man, witch for not being able to give my husband a child –Nwaka In-vitro Fertilisation (IVF) may have been shrouded in secrecy because of the stigma associated with it while the procedure is quite demanding. But the flood of testimonies from couples appears to be rubbishing the shame connected with
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target=_blank>Eagles set to feast on Burundi
●Rohr, Omeruo wary of minnows ●Eagles must respect opponents –Ambrose Super Eagles of Nigeria are looking forward to hitting the ground running in their African Cup of Nations campaign by securing a dominant performance against Burundi in their opening game today. The Super Eagles are playing their first game in the tournament since
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target=_blank>Aisha Buhari: Call Me First Lady
I wrote a piece recently (ThisDay, May 28) in which I referred to Mrs. Aisha Buhari, the wife of the Nigerian President. I argued that she is not “joking” and that with her husband being elected for a second term in office, Nigerians should watch out for her. That piece attracted an offensive rejoinder
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The Super Eagles begin their campaign in the Africa Cup of Nations today against Burundi. Last night, the competition itself started in Egypt but Nigeria, after six years of absence, returns today. Three AFCON trophies in the kitty is not enough to tell the story of Nigeria on the continent. Beyond sports, the country […]
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