Thisday Newspaper News Today Sunday 3rd November 2019

Thisday Newspaper News Today Sunday 3rd November 2019

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From #StarboyFest to #Buharifest?

ALTERNATIVE By Reno Omokri On Friday, November 1, 2019, I got up to read a headline in Vanguard newspapers, which screamed ‘Patronise locally made products, Buhari tells Nigerians’. To say I was gobsmacked by the headline would be putting it mildly. Here was a guy who was giving this counsel to his citizens all the
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Celebrating Accomplished Academic, Professor Ojo, at 90

Demola Ojo Professor Gabriel Jimoh Afolabi Ojo is many things rolled into one but is first and foremost, a teacher. The brains behind distance learning at tertiary level in Nigeria, Prof Ojo has been a teacher all his life and has authored over 140 books and academic articles. He started as a class teacher in
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Exposed: How Customs Paraded 2016 Seized Rice Containers as 2019 Seizures, Alleges Masters Energy

A recent claim by the Nigeria Customs Service that it seized 33 containers of rice from Masters Energy, whereas the seizure was made in 2016 shows that several other claims of seizures made by the service over the years leave much to be desired, writes Eromosele Abiodun As customary to Nigeria’s security services, the Nigeria
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Strange Disease Hits Katsina, Kills 115, 1,000 Hospitalised

KSPHDA, Matazu LGA give conflicting death figures Francis Sardauna in Katsina A strange disease suspected to be yellow fever has struck some communities in Matazu Local Government Area, Katsina State, allegedly resulting in the death of no fewer than 115 in the last 27 days. However, the Katsina State Primary Healthcare Development Agency (KSPHDA) and
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Fight Terrorism with Caution, Ladan Advises African Govts

Tobi Soniyi in Kampala, Uganda The Director General of the Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, Professor Muhammed Ladan has called on African countries to resist the temptation to unleash terror on human rights in the name of fighting terrorism. He made the call at the fourth African Judicial Dialogue organised by the African Court
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Military Detonates Explosives on Road Linking Borno to Yobe

Michael Olugbode in Maiduguri Operatives of the Nigerian Army and Nigeria Police have exhumed and detonated three explosive devices on a road linking Borno to Yobe, thereby averting major disaster that could have claimed lives. This was contained in a statement the Media Coordinator, Nigerian Army Operation, Col. Aminu Iliyasu issued yesterday, disclosing that the
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CBN Urges Nigerians to Embrace Micro, Macro Stability Policies

Igbawase Ukumba in Lafia The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) saturday urged Nigerians to embrace its micro and macro policies aimed at entrenching economic stability in the country. CBN’s Director, Corporate Communications, Mr. Isaac Okorafor, made the call at a two-day sensitization fair the apex bank organised in Lafia, the Nasarawa State capital, for low
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Succession Politics Threatens Akeredolu’s Re-election

Adedayo Akinwale Different interest groups in the All Progressives Congress (APC) have opposed the re-election bid of Ondo State Governor, Mr. Rotimi Akeredolu citing his anti-party activities during the 2019 general election that cost the party two senatorial seats and five federal legislative seats. Prominent among the groups are the Unity Forum led by former
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NBA Demands Immediate Release of Abducted A’Court Justice

This should not only unnerve and agitate all of us but must also jolt our collective conscience’ Tobi Soniyi The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) saturday condemned ‘the horrifying and criminal’ abduction of Justice Chioma Iheme-Nwosu, PhD, Justice of the Court of Appeal and called for her immediate release and safe return to her family. In
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Nigeria’s Border Crisis Fuelled by Rice

BACKPAGE BY NDUKA ORJINMO OF BBC NEWS, LAGOS Nigeria, one of Africa’s superpowers, closed all its land borders two months ago to tackle smuggling – but the unprecedented move is affecting trade across the region. Bustling borders have come to a standstill, with goods rotting and queues of lorries waiting at checkpoints in the hope […]
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