Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Friday 13th September 2019

Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Friday 13th September 2019

Here are some of the Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines on some of the newspapers.

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target=_blank>If you give everybody you’ll become broke too, AY tackles online beggars

Ace Nigerian comedian and actor, Ayo Makun popularly known as AY says people should understand that they can’t be pleased all the time. The comedian and actor took to his Instagram page recently, where he wrote on people and their self-entitlement when it comes to asking for help from well to do individuals. “People around
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target=_blank>Nigeria: Tackling post-harvest losses

The Federation of Agricultural Commodity Association of Nigeria (FACAN) has urged the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Alhaji Mohammed Sabo Nanono, to prioritise tackling of post-harvest losses in Nigeria’s agric sector. Taiwo Hassan writes     Nigeria’s agriculture in perspective Indeed, agriculture is a major sector of the Nigerian economy, it contributes more than
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target=_blank>Nnamoko: Explore blessings that come with unemployment

As most Nigerian youths still get confused over what they should engage themselves in after graduation following difficulties in securing white collar jobs, a multi-tasking Nigerian journalist, author, evangelist and motivational speaker, Mrs. Gift Chidima Nnamoko Orairu, has advised them to redirect their energy towards becoming selfemployed by taking advantage of opportunities within their immediate
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target=_blank>Textile workers demand FG’s support for growth

Member of the Textile, Garments & Tailoring Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (TGTSSAN) has called on the Federal Government and stakeholders in the textile industries to empower farmers to grow cotton by making funds and seeds available to them. TGTSSAN in a communiqué signed by its National President, Comrade Ambi Karu, and Vice President, Comrade
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target=_blank>Hijrah connotes migration from sin to righteousness –NSCIA

The highest body of Muslims in Nigeria, Nigeria Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA), has declared that Hijrah connotes migration from evil to righteousness. Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar, who is the leader of the NSCIA, declared this in a document in which he reiterated that the significance of the New Hijrah Year is
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target=_blank>Xenophobia: Time for cool heads to prevail in Nigeria, S’Africa

The latest xenophobic attacks in South Africa have ignited the long-standing tensions between the country and Nigeria. These are captured in the retaliatory attacks on South African businesses in Nigeria and the diplomatic outrage by Nigerian authorities. Nigeria also boycotted the recent World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting in Cape Town. More critical was the temporary
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target=_blank>Restriction on herdsmen in South-East

The governors of the five states in the South-East rose from a meeting last Saturday and announced a ban on herdsmen moving around with AK-47 rifles and machetes in the geo-political zone. The pronouncement, which was made by the Chairman, South-East Governors Forum, Dave Umahi, while briefing reporters after the forum’s meeting in Enugu, also
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target=_blank>Kaduna, Arla foods scale up sustainable dairy devt

In a new public-private partnership, Kaduna State Government and farmer-owned Arla Foods are committing to further development of a long-term sustainable dairy industry and local dairy sector in Nigeria by helping 1,000 small scale farmers create better livelihoods. Already active in existing development projects within the dairy industry, Kaduna State, Arla and the Federal Government
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target=_blank>Wall Street gets boost from easing trade concerns

U.S. stocks were on track for a second straight session of gains on Thursday, after a stimulus drive by the European Central Bank added to an upbeat mood from trade concessions by Washington and Beijing ahead of planned negotiations in October. In a tweet that calmed financial markets, President Donald Trump said the United States
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NPF MFB seeks listing of 2.3bn shares

NPF  Microfinance  Bank  Plc has  through  its Stockbroker ,Regency  Asset  Management  Limited,  submitted  an  application  to  the Nigerian  Stock Exchange for the approval and listing of a rights issue of 2,28 billion ordinary shares of 50 kobo each at N1.50 per share, on the basis of one new ordinary share for every one ordinary share […]
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