Thisday Newspaper News Today Saturday 29th February 2020

Thisday Newspaper News Today Saturday 29th February 2020

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Aisha Buhari: The Fearless Woman at 49

Aisha Buhari, the wife of the current President of Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari, has done well as First Lady of Nigeria , even critics and opponents no longer have anything to say , they have accepted defeat . Besides being an irrefutable avatar of ageless beauty, the Madam of Nigeria commands a multi-edged nous the
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Dino Melaye on Spending Spree…

Acquires More State-of-the-Art Cars Dino Melaye is a name known to most people. Since he rose to the ranks of high Nigerian society and polity, Melaye has claimed his spot on the playing field, sometimes running with the leonine grace of a footballer striker, other times standing with the stiff stamina of tempered elephant. And
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Shinkafi Asks S’Court to Ignore APC’s Application to Review Zamfara Judgment

Tobi Soniyi The governorship candidate of All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in Zamfara State, Alhaji Sani Shinkafi yesterday asked the Supreme Court to dismiss an application by a former governor of the state, Abdul-Aziz Yari challenging its decision against Muktar Idris of the All Progressives Congress as governor-elect of the state. Shinkafi canvassed the position
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Fighting Coronavirus May Cost FG $2bn, Says Chrisland VC

Kayode Fasua in Abeokuta Nigeria’s leading pharmacist, Prof. Peace Chinedu-Babalola yesterday canvassed precautionary measures to coronavirus away from Nigeria, warning that it could cost the federal government at least $2 billion (about N700 billion) to evolve any new medicine that would cure the virus. Chinedu-Babalola, the Vice-Chancellor of Chrisland University, gave the warning in an
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Okundaye, Enwonwu Lament Neglect of Creative Industry, Canvass Private Initiative

Ugo Aliogo As part of measures to reposition the creative industry, experts have decried the neglect of creative industry in Nigeria The experts have also called on governments at all levels to adopt public private partnership initiative (PPP) to promote creative industry in the country. The positions were canvassed by the Founder, Nik Art Centre,
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After Four Years of Disruption, Water Flows Again in Abeokuta

Kayode Fasua in Abeokuta Residents of parts of Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital, were jubilant at the weekend, as water suddenly started flowing from their taps four years after public water stopped flowing. THISDAY investigations revealed that water supply in the city was obstructed about four years ago during which the former governor, Senator Ibikunle
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FG Proposes Integrated Textile Park to End $6bn Garment Importation

Francis Sardauna in Katsina The federal government yesterday disclosed that it conceived Integrated Textile and Garment Park with the plan to end $6 billion the country had been losing to the importation of garment and textile material annually. Similarly, the apex government disclosed that it had already partnered the Kaduna State Government to establish Integrated
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Nigeria Not Faithful to the Youth, Peter Obi Laments

Kuni Tyessi in Abuja The Vice Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Mr. Peter Obi yesterday lamented that Nigeria had not been faithful to the youths, who constitute the largest chunk of the national population. Obi, former governor of Anambra State, revealed that only in the last four years, the sum of N4.4
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Lagos Assembly Holds Public Hearing on Amotekun Monday

Eddie Alegbe The Lagos State House of Assembly at the weekend disclosed that it would hold public hearing on the South-West Security outfit, code-named Amotekun Monday. The assembly added that the public hearing would deliberate on the bill for a law to amend the Lagos Neighborhood Safety Corps Law 2019 to establish the Lagos Amotekun
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Insecurity and the Reign of Error

THE ENGAGEMENTS: With Chidi Amuta Denise Uwimana may not be a very familiar name in these parts. She is a Rwandan woman who experienced the genocide in her country first hand and survived to tell the sordid tale. Her recent book, ‘From Red Earth’, is a gripping unforgettable tale of that most bloody episode in
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