Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Tuesday 30th June 2020

Breaking News in Nigeria Today Tuesday 30th June 2020

Here are some of the Breaking News in Nigeria Today Tuesday 30th June 2020 on some of the nation newspapers .

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Hoax over poor ranking of Nigerian varsities

SSANU: Govt to invest more on education sector Faborode: It is a vicious cycle NUT: No parent wants his child to be used as a guinea pig     RANKING Nigerians, especially key stakeholders in the nation’s education sector, are shocked over the poor ranking of Nigerian universities globally, accusing the government of killing the …

Obstacles rock Nigeria’s multi-billion dollars gas sector

Position in world gas reserves threatened     M ajor impediments have rocked growth of Nigeria’s multi-billion dollars gas sector, threatening the country’s position as the world’s ninth biggest gas haven.     This, checks by New Telegraph revealed, is aside a Coronavirus-induced oil price shock that slashed income and weakened Nigeria’s currency.     …



Wike: Striving to make Rivers State safe

    Paulinus Nsirim     “F undamentally, during the campaigns, we also promised to secure our state. No government is worth any value if it cannot guarantee the security of lives and property. I assure you that never for a moment will our administration be a captive of politics, when it comes to public …

Anambra 2021: Soludo’s bid unsettles opposition

OKEY MADUFORO reports on the plot by some members of the opposition political parties in Anambra State to ensure that the ruling All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) nominates an unpopular candidate for the 2021 governorship election in the state     It is an early plot by some political gladiators in Anambra State to frustrate …

COVID-19: Towards ensuring safe workplace

Following the gradual easing of the lockdown earlier imposed to curtail the spread of  coronavirus,  the Federal Government has been grappling with the challenges of managing governments business in a safe environment. CALEB ONWE reports     W hen the lockdown was relaxed and certain categories of workers asked to return to work, apprehension was …

A helping hand to widows during pandemic

On June 23, Nigeria joined the rest of the world in marking the International Widows’ Day. This year’s occasion afforded the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC)  and the Rock of Ages Empowerment Foundation to put smiles on the faces of many widows. REGINA OTOKPA reports     S he sat about two metres away …

E2%80%90run-impact-of-passenger-tax-on-air-travel/ Short‐run impact of passenger tax on air travel

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria last week jacked up passenger travel taxes for local and international trips with effect from August 1, 2020, even as it comes with its implications for the country’s aviation sector. Wole Shadare writes     Burden It was not unexpected but the timing of raising Passenger Service Charge (PSC) …



Edo govt should pay our 10-month salary arrears –COEASU chair

Fred Omonuwa, the Chairman of the College of Education, Ekiadolor, Edo State chapter of the College of Education Academic Staff Union (COEASU), in this interview, speaks with CAJETAN MMUTA, about the plight of members of the union and other staff of the institution, insensitivity of Governor Godwin Obaseki-led government to their welfare, and other issues …

NGO charts way forward for education in post-COVID-19

G iven the effects of the ravaging Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19) pandemic on education, and the inability of the government to determine when schools will reopen for normal academic activities due to the lockdown, a non-governmental organisation, the Carisma4U has spoken of plans to chart a new direction for  schools in order to be more …

N’Assembly halts planned hike in electricity tariffs

Take-off now 2021   DisCos: FG must bear cost differential       The leadership of the National Assembly, yesterday, halted the planned hike in electricity tariffs by convincing the electricity Distribution Companies (DisCos) to shelve their plan till the first quarter of 2021.       The companies had earlier announced that the new …

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