Latest News in Nigeria Today Wednesday 14th August 2019
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target=_blank>Ronaldo: Why I’m better than Messi
Cristiano Ronaldo says Lionel Messi will go down in history for the consistency of his performances, but the Portuguese also feels that lifting the Champions League with more than one club sets him apart from the Barcelona star.
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target=_blank>State of the Nation: Convene SNC now, Afe Babalola tells Buhari
LEGAL luminary and Elder statesman, Chief Afe Babalola, SAN, yesterday, called on President Muhammadu Buhari to convene a Sovereign National Conference, SNC, as a panacea to the myriads of problems threatening the unity of the country.
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target=_blank>Rage over Ruga : Why Niger plans N13bn upgrade of 50-yr grazing reserves
THE planned introduction of Rural Grazing Area, RUGA, Settlements in the 36 states of the Federation by the Federal Government was suspended following the heated controversy it generated and its rejection in many quarters.
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target=_blank>Obaseki is my brother, ‘rift’ created by people for their own interest – Oshiomhole
National Chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC), Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, has blamed the Nigerian media for the alleged rift between himself and Gov. Godwin Obaseki, describing his successor as his brother.
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target=_blank>Nor-Shipping 2019: How Dakuku Peterside sold Nigeria to the world
NOR-Shipping is an international shipping and maritime event that usually takes place in Oslo, Norway every two years since 1965. Here, maritime, ocean and business operators meet to connect, build relationships, discover opportunities and tackle challenges. It is one of the leading international shipping events and an important meeting place for the shipping industry. For participants from all over the world that attended this year’s edition, it was quite a rewarding and spectacular experience. It brought together who’s who and leading figures from shipping, ocean industries, politics, business, finance and more.
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target=_blank>We are building a standard growing out of Nigeria for Africa — TruCSR boss
In this interview, Chief Responsibility Officer of TruContact CSR Nigeria, Ken Egbas spoke on how the Social Enterprise Report and Awards (SERAS) project, has shaped and improved the acceptance of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainability as part of the business policy of organisations in Nigeria. Excerpt.
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target=_blank>Pensioners want PTAD to conduct screening exercise during dry season
SOME pensioners undergoing verification in Bauchi have urged the Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate, PTAD, to be scheduling verification exercises during dry season.
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target=_blank>Return Ngige to Labour Ministry, Pensioners beg Buhari
THE Federal Parastatals and Private Sector Pensioners Association of Nigeria, FEPPPAN, have commended President Muhammedu Buhari, for nominating Senator Chris Ngige and Sharon Ikeazu, to be ministers in his second term administration.
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target=_blank>Stoppage of pension for political office holders: Why we’re excited with court’s ruling – Pensioners
RECENTLY, the Court of Appeal in Abuja described as morally wrong the payment of severance allowances to elected or appointed public office holders.
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As the world marks the 20th International Youth Day, Sahara Foundation, the vehicle for Sahara Group’s Personal and Corporate Social Responsibility (PCSR) initiatives, has reiterated its dedication to promoting inclusive education through formal and informal interventions.
Sahara Foundation promotes the implementation of projects that drive sustainable development across its locations in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Middle East.
Speaking on the 2019 United Nations International Youth Day 2019 themed, “Transforming Education,” Oluseyi Ojurongbe, Manager, Sahara Foundation said enhancing access to formal and informal education is critical for effective youth empowerment across the globe.
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