Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Sunday 14th July 2019
Here are some of the Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines on some of the newspapers.
The General Secretary of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, (PFN), Apostle Dr. Emmanuel Nuhu Kure, has adviced Nigerians to advocate for an urgent structural re-engineering of the country as a permanent way to check farmers and herders clashes. Kure, who stated this as a guest speaker on a radio programme in Port-Harcourt following the […]
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A n elderly Christian couple could be evicted from their Virginia senior living community if they hold a Bible study. But the two are fighting back. They’ve now filed a federal lawsuit, alleging religious discrimination. Ken and Liv Hauge have been married for 64 years. The 87-year-old Ken and 85-year-old Liv study the Bible […]
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A ll is set for series of activities marking Saint Peters Anglican church, Isheri-Oke’s 135 years of existence to begin, in the Diocese of Lagos Western, Church of Anglican Communion. The anniversary planning committee Chairman, Raphael Adeoti, who diclosed this to our correspondent, said that a major part of the anniversary celebration is the […]
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Fast rising music sensation, Olayinka Jimoh better known as Nappy has said his new sound would bring about positive narrative in the Nigeria music industry, and Africa at large. Speaking exclusively with DazzleRazzle, at his media briefing in Lagos, the Ogun State-born star said, “My music will change Africa for good. I am changing the […]
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A political activist and former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Comrade Timi Frank, has called on more Nigerians to come up with more credible evidence in their possessions that clearly show that the electoral umpire made use of server to transmit election result in the last presidential election. […]
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Widows’ Support And Childcare Development Initiative (WISACDI) in collaboration with Assemblies of God Church, AGC, Surulere Food Bank Initiative, put smiles on the faces of about 60 widows in commemoration of this year’s International Widows’ day by the United Nations. At the event tagged “A Talk And A Token”, held last Sunday at AGC, […]
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T he weekend is a time to chill, take a break from the hustle and bustle of the week long activities. Whether you are a nine -to-fiver or an entrepreneur, the weekends often afford a time to relax and spend some quality time with your family and friends. These fun and comfy slides would […]
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Many women often experience loss of hair weeks or months after giving birth. Pregnancies do not only change a woman’s body but also cause some unexpected strange changes in the hair. These changes lead to the shedding of hair a few months after delivery, and this condition is known as Postpartum Alopecia. Before you […]
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The Association of Advertising Agencies of Nigeria has rescheduled its 46th AGM/Congress scheduled to hold between Thursday, 11 July to Saturday, 13 July in Asaba, Delta State. This decision to reschedule the programme was reached, following a nearplane crash experienced by members of the Association travelling to Asaba. The flight, operated by Air Peace […]
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A Florida church has raised enough money from its congregation to pay off $7.2 million (N 257,760,000) worth of medical-debt for roughly 6,500 low-income central Floridians in need. The Orlando Sentinel reported on Wednesday that around 6,5000 low-income Florida residents from five counties — Volusia, Lake, Putnam, Marion and Flagler — will […]
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