Nigerian Newspapers Today : Saturday 1st February 2020

Nigerian Newspapers Today : Saturday 1st February 2020

Here are some of the Nigerian Newspapers Today on Saturday 1st February 2020 .

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MANAGING RELATIONSHIP By  Adegboyega Labiran Getting married and living in two different cities is not a new thing. Living apart could be due to economic reasons or some factors beyond the control of a couple. While some couples live apart after getting married, trust issues on the part of the husband and his wife would
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Irregular Migration: Soundbites from Italy

FRONTLINES By Joseph Ushigiale Two weeks ago, I transited through Milan Malpensa airport en route to Lagos after my vacation. I had a few hours wait before my flight to Lagos and so decided to do what we call window shopping around the huge array of duty-free shops lining all the way after passport control
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US Adds Nigeria to Stringent Travel Restrictions List

United States on Friday added Nigeria and five other countries to the list of nations facing stringent travel restrictions, virtually blocking immigration from Africa’s most populous nation, according to the New York Times. The New York Times said beside Nigeria, varying degrees of restrictions will hit three other African countries, Eritrea, Sudan and Tanzania, and
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FG Sets up Coronavirus Preparedness Group

Martins Ifijeh Following the potential spread of Novel Coronavirus beyond 19 countries, the Nigerian government has set up a Coronavirus Preparedness Group to mitigate the impact of the virus should it find its way into the country. In its latest public health advisory released Friday, the federal government, through the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control
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NSE: All-Share Index Closes Trading for January at 28,843.53

The All-Share Index of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Friday closed trading for the month of January below 29,000 mark following the dominance of the bears. Specifically, the index on Friday dipped 187.40 points or 0.65 per cent to close at 28,843.53 compared with 29,030.93 recorded on Thursday. Similarly, the market capitalisation of listed
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Jubilation as Corps Members Receive N33,000 Minimum Wage

Some corps members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) serving in Enugu State have expressed joy over the payment of N33,000 new monthly minimum wage by the Federal Government. The corps members, who have been expectant, expressed their happiness while speaking to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Enugu on Friday. Some of
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NECO Seeks DSS’ Support to Tackle Exam Malpractice

Kuni Tyessi in Abuja For credibility, the National Examinations Council (NECO) has sought for collaboration with the Department of State Services (DSS) to check malpractice in the conduct of the Council’s examination. Chairman, Governing Board of NECO, Dr. Abubakar Saddique who led the Acting Registrar and other management team on a courtesy visit to the
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Coronavirus: FG won’t Ban Nigerians from Travelling to China, Says Mohammed

Onyebuchi Ezigbo in Abuja The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has said that the federal government will not stop Nigerians from travelling to China or any other country where coronavirus has manifested. He said that the country was not considering any move to advise its citizens to leave China on account of
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TI Allegations Baseless, Frivolous, Cheap Blackmail, Says Malami

Alex Enumah in Abuja The Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF) and Minister of Justice, Mr Abubakar Malami, on Friday, took on Transparency International (TI) over the latter’s allegations of compromise by Malami in the fight against corruption in the country. Malami, who said he found such allegations as not only a cheap blackmail but false,
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Insecurity: PDP Protests, Petitions US, UK

* Buhari has lost control, judiciary caged, it says Chuks Okocha in Abuja The national leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Friday embarked on a protest to the United States Embassy and the British High Commission where the party submitted two separate petitions to officials of the embassies. The protest that started from the
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