Nigeria news today headlines : Friday 14th February 2020

Nigeria news today headlines : Friday 14th February 2020

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Germany Urges Russia To Stop Attacks

Germany has called on Russia on Thursday to use its influence on the Syrian regime to stop its offensive in northwestern Syria. “These attacks must be stopped,” German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said in an exclusive interview with the German daily Suddeutsche Zeitung. “We are now witnessing another dramatic escalation of the situation in Idlib

Coronavirus To Delay Global Recovery

The coronavirus epidemic is expected to delay global economic recovery this year and push the global oil market into a supply surplus in the first quarter, according to independent research firm Capital Economics on Thursday. Brexit, the euro-zone crisis, the Sino-American trade war, China’s economic slowdown and the U.S. Federal Reserve lowering interest rates were

Lobbying, Issues In Management Take Centre Stage At Lagos NIPR Clinic

Public relations practitioners have been advised to creatively handle Lobbying and Issues in Management so as to deliver value to clients in the current democratic dispensation. Mr. Adedayo Ojo, Managing Director, Caritas Communications, gave the admonition at the monthly Nigerian Institute of Public Relation (NIPR) Lagos PR Clinic. Speaking on the topic “Understanding Issues Management

Catholic Church Buries 6 Members At Ile-Ife

 Several parishioners of Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Lagere, Ile-Ife, on Thursday wept uncontrollably during the requiem Mass and the burial of their six members. The deceased died on Sunday morning in a fatal accident at Eripa near Iree while returning from the annual pilgrimage to Oke Maria, Otan Ayegbaju in Boluwaduro Local government

Electricity Company Gives 30 % Discount To Debtor Customers In Jos

The Regional Manager, Jos Electricity Distribution Company (JEDC),  Mr. Mansir Nakande, said the company had agreed to give a 30 percent discount to debtor-customers in Jos metropolis. Nakande disclosed this during a road work to sensitize residents of Jos to the ongoing 30 percent discount and to enable them to benefit from the discount. He

London Subway Could Be Breeding Ground For Coronavirus

UK doctors believe that the subway of such a major transport hub as London could be especially vulnerable to the spread of the new coronavirus, media reported on Thursday. The report came soon after the UK capital confirmed its first infection case. The China-born virus, officially called COVID-19 by the World Health Organisation, was detected

Charcoal Business Thrive In NorthCentral In Spite Of Campaigns

Indiscriminate felling of trees for charcoal production has continued to thrive in some states in the North-Central in spite of government’s campaigns against the practice. A survey by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Benue, Plateau and Nasarawa and Taraba states revealed that loggers and charcoal dealers are making brisk business in defiance of

Poultry Expert Cautions Against Bird Flu Triggers

A Poultry expert, Mr. Joel Oduware, has called for a precautionary approach against the trigger and spread of Bird Flu disease closely linked to the harmattan season. Oduware, an expert in poultry farming made this call in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Thursday in Lagos. The experts said the disease

UK Finance Minister Quits, Shattering PM Johnson’s Reshuffle

 Finance Minister Sajid Javid on Thursday resigned a surprise move that shattered Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s choreographed reshuffle of his government and raised questions over his leadership team. Johnson’s team had wanted to keep Britain’s biggest-hitting ministers in the post, but Javid’s reported resignation over what one political editor said was a disagreement over his

US Appeals To EU To Ban High Risk IT Suppliers

US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has urged the EU to completely exclude “untrustworthy” vendors from its 5G networks in a move evidently aimed at trying to block Chinese manufacturer Huawei. Pompeo’s remarks came in response to the EU’s Network Information Security Cooperation Group releasing a toolbox of recommended measures to mitigate security risks in

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