Nigeria news today headlines update Tuesday 17th September 2019
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Lagos – Mohammed Adamu, the Inspector General of Police (IGP), has assured Nigerians that the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) is not under any form of attack and remains indisputably one of the safest capital cities in the world. The assurance is predicated on recent speculations in some quarters, particularly the social media, of upsurge in the […]
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The director of Armenia’s National Security Service, Artur Vanetsian, has resigned. Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian told a news conference on September 16 he had signed a motion for Vanetsian’s removal from office and that a relevant decree will be inked by President Armen Sarkisian within two days. Pashinian said the decision was based on “bilateral […]
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A special UN fact-finding mission has urged that Myanmar be held responsible in international legal forums for alleged genocide against its Muslim Rohingya minority. The Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar says in a report wrapping up two years of documentation of human rights violations by security forces that counterinsurgency operations in 2017 included “genocidal acts.” It […]
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Ahead of the 2019 International migration conference slated for Abuja from November 25-29, 2019, the leadership of the association organising the event is working out modalities to facilitate an internet portal where participants across the globe will register for the event. In a statement issued in Abuja on Sunday, the President of Journalists International Forum […]
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While cities like London are struggling to accommodate the masses of people that want to make it home, a region in Italy is having to entice people by paying them to move there. Molise, a picturesque hilltop area in Southern Italy, is desperate to increase its population, so is offering €700 (£621) a month for […]
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The African Union (AU) on Monday urged African countries and pan-African institutions to exert concerted efforts to ensure effective migration governance across the continent. The urgent call was made by Cisse Mariama, Director of the AU Social Affairs Department, as she emphasised the need to invest in evidence-based continental migration trends and updates, NAN reports. […]
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In what looks like a belated face-saving gesture, former President of the Nigerian Senate and dislodged political landlord of Kwara State, Bukola Saraki is reported to have recently distributed some instructional materials to public schools without the knowledge of the state government. The instructional materials are all said to be carrying the picture, emblem and […]
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With more than half the votes in Tunisia’s presidential race counted, a former conservative constitutional law professor was in the lead. The body in charge of elections said Monday that Kais Saied, 61 was top with 18.7%. It said 52% of the ballots cast in Sunday’s vote have been counted, Miami Herald reports. Media magnate […]
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The Namibian government and its Chinese partners in conjunction with the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) are in the finalisation stage of the second phase of a cooperation agreement for skills transfer in agriculture sector. The executive director in the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry, Percy Misika on Monday said that the second phase […]
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When Islamic State gunmen stormed the northeast Nigerian town of Magumeri on the night of August 21, they had free rein, according to reports by Reuters. Nigerian soldiers had left the town earlier that month under a new strategy of withdrawing to “super camps” that can be more easily defended against insurgents the army has […]
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