Nigeria Breaking News Today Headlines Friday 11th October 2019
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Cabals exist everywhere and at all levels of authority, tiers of government, organisational administration even at community levels. Bad commentaries and pouring invectives on the leadership at any level are to say the least, denigrating, demoralizing and demotivating. A king or monarch without a “stonewall or bulwark” mounted by trusted servants, aides or officials is […]
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My closest contact with the departed distinguished Senator Mojisoluwa Akinfenwa was in the year 2013, when he was still National Chairman of the Alliance for Democracy (AD), while I was National Chairman of the Progressive People’s Alliance (PPA). Although I was not in any way oblivious of his fame and accomplishments as a truly distinguishable […]
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For decades, Nigerians have been under a heavy yoke brought upon them by the inefficiency and epileptic power supply to homes, offices, schools, markets and manufacturing concerns. The defunct National Electric Power Authority (NEPA) and its successor company, Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN), were notorious for their poor service delivery. Their trademark was power […]
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Nigerans have been charged to embrace integration to promote unity in diversity irrespective of our Tribal, Ethnic and Religion differences. Founder of Morkaz Salam, Ojokoro, Shaykh Moshood Ramadhan Jubreel Al-ketuwy, who declared this in a special sermon also underscored the need for the Federal Government to tap on natural resources that Nigeria is blessed with, […]
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The Muslim Stakeholders Forum has asked the Kwara state government to enforce the rights of all students in the state to religious freedom, irrespective of the original ownership of their schools. The forum is made up of Muslim organisations like the Ansar-Ud-Deen Society of Nigeria, Young Muslim Brothers and Sisters of Nigeria (YOUMBAS), Muslim Lawyers […]
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Former Super Eagles coach, Samson Siasia, has accepted his fate after failing to receive the confirmation that his request for extension to the deadline date given to appeal the life ban placed on him by FIFA for bribery allegation was approved. A downcasted Siasia told New Telegraph on the telephone that since nobody ready to […]
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Five-time champions Nigeria have landed in host nation Brazil for this year’s FIFA World Cup finals which will take place between October 26 and November 17. A team of 25 players and nine officials flew out of the country through the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja on Wednesday evening for Dubai, where they connected another […]
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Super Eagles Coach, Gernot Rohr, is not desperate to have Chelsea and Nigerian Tammy Abraham to lace boot for his fatherland disclosed team’s media officer, Toyin Ibitoye. Abraham was named by England manager, Gareth Southgate in the team that will face Bulgaria and Czech in Euro 2020 qualifier after his impressive goal scoring form for […]
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Nigerian players are not enjoying a good run in the ongoing 19th Lagos Tennis Championship as a number of them crashed out in the second round of the tournament taking place at the Lagos Lawn Tennis Club. In less than 15 minutes, Joseph Imeh retired in his match against 7th seed Garanganga, Takanyi from Zimbabwe. […]
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Uganda FA (Fufa) president Moses Magogo has been suspended from all football-related activity for two months and fined $10,000 by FIFA for his role in the resale of World Cup tickets. The Fufa president was sanctioned by FIFA for reselling tickets relating to the 2014 World Cup. Mr Magogo had taken charge of Ugandan football […]
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