Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Wednesday 14th August 2019

Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Wednesday 14th August 2019

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target=_blank>All-female referees team ready for Super Cup

W hen Stephanie Frappart takes charge of the UEFA Super Cup between Chelsea and Liverpool on Wednesday, it could be argued it’s not even the biggest game she has refereed this summer. The French official will make history by becoming the first female to officiate in a major men’s European match on Wednesday.    
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target=_blank>Presco reports 24% drop in profit

P resco Plc has posted 24.39 per cent drop in profit after tax for the half year ended June 2019.     According to a report obtained from the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), the unaudited financial result for the first half showed profit after tax of N3.016 billion from N3.989 billion recorded in 2018, accounting
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target=_blank>Shareholders seek friendly policies, regulation

  S ome shareholders of quoted companies listed on the capital market have stressed the need for regulators to always seek for friendly policies and regulations to encourage new listings and bring back investors.     Capital market shareholders, who made the call on enquiry, said the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Nigerian
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target=_blank>Presco reports 24% drop in profit

P resco Plc has posted 24.39 per cent drop in profit after tax for the half year ended June 2019.     According to a report obtained from the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), the unaudited financial result for the first half showed profit after tax of N3.016 billion from N3.989 billion recorded in 2018, accounting
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target=_blank>NASD earns 482% growth in trading commission

POSITIVE CONFIDENCE           The growth was due to increase in activities carried out by respective participating institutions     N ASD OTC market earned N134.4 million as trading commission in 2018 in comparison to N23.1 million achieved in the preceding year, representing 481.82 per cent increase over the previous year’s performance
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target=_blank>Tantoloun Productions holds residency in Lagos

A fter a two weeks residency at Centre Choreographique Multicorps, Cotonou, Benin Republic, in April, to create the dance piece ‘To-Be’, Lagos-based theatre outfit, Tantoloun Productions, began another one week residency at Shodex Garden, Anthony Bus Stop, Lagos, to further develop the piece, which will be performed at the end of the residency.    
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target=_blank>Bayelsa: Govt hailed over grassroots football development

    B ayelsa State Government has been applauded for grassroots sports development, especially in the area of football.     Coach Timi Magic of Tantuama FC, who gave the commendation, lauded the government for the ongoing 2019 Governor Seriake Dickson’s Cup in Bayelsa State.     The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that
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target=_blank>Delta to engage youths in skills development

  D elta State Government has challenged the state’s education sector on the need to shift from learning for career and qualification purposes to life skills acquisition, technology and critical thinking.     The state Commissioner for Youth Development, Ifeanyi Egwuyenga, who made the call during the opening session with youths as part of activities
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target=_blank>Ije exhibition: 3rd edition of The Maker Lab opens

E xhibition of the 3rd edition of The Maker Lab opened last Saturday at the African Artists Foundation (AAF), Victoria Island, Lagos.     Titled ‘Ije’, the exhibition features the works of an illustrator Philip Fagbeyiro, a photographer, Adesokan, a video artist,  Kamnelechukwu Obasi, a mixed media video artist, Raymond Isibor, an artist Adeoluwa Olajobi
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Fitch: Negative yields don’t support sovereign credit

F itch Ratings has said that negative yields on long-dated government securities are more reflective of distorted market conditions than of stronger sovereign credit profiles.     According to the credit rating agency,  while lower interest service costs support sovereign creditworthiness:  “this must be weighed against the impact of the economic conditions leading to lower […]
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