The Nation Newspaper Today Headline Tuesday 23rd February 2021

The Nation Newspaper Today Headline Tuesday 23rd February 2021

The Nation Newspaper Today Headline and news Dailies Update on current affairs happening now in Nigeria today 23/02/21

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target=_blank rel=noopener>Sokoto Hisbah constitutional, says Tambuwal

Our Reporter Sokoto Governor  Aminu Tambuwal has explained the new Hisbah Commission in the state should not be perceived as a legalistic gimmick intent on fostering anything other than the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Gov. Tambuwal stated this while signing into law the Hisbah Commission Bill submitted to him by the Sokoto

target=_blank rel=noopener>You are a Fulani terrorist, Ortom fires Bauchi Gov

By Uja Emmanuel, Makurdi Benue Governor Samuel Ortom has taken a swipe at his Bauchi counterpart Bala Mohammed, describing him as a Fulani terrorist . Addressing journalists at Government House Makurdi on Monday, Ortom ,who was reacting to an earlier attack on him by Mohammed, also alleged the Bauchi Governor may be among the armed



target=_blank rel=noopener>Runsewe tasks ambassadors-designate on local culture

By Ozolua Uhakheme, Assistant Editor Arts Director General, National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC), Otunba Segun Runsewe has enjoined all the ambassadors- designate to be in the forefront of promoting and engaging the many foreign nations and their people on the robust and rich cultural economy waiting for collaborations and partnerships. He said the

target=_blank rel=noopener>How suspected kidnappers killed three-year-old boy, shot sister

The family of Idamatam of Isieke village, Awo Omamma Community in Oru East Local Government Area of Imo State is yet to recover from the killing of Paschal Chukwueloka Idamatam, a three-year-old boy, by suspected kidnappers who invaded the Afor Awo Omamma Market, DAMIAN DURUIHEOMA reports. Gloom has enveloped the family of Idamatam of Isieke

target=_blank rel=noopener>Ortom accuses Bauchi governor of backing terrorism

By Uja Emmanuel, Makurdi and David Adenuga, Bauchi  Benue State Governor Samuel Ortom Monday accused his Bauchi counterpart, Bala Mohammed, of backing armed herdsmen. Addressing reporters at the Government House in Makurdi yesterday, Ortom alleged that the Bauchi governor may be among the armed herdsmen who want him dead. He was reacting to Mohammed’s comments that

target=_blank rel=noopener>Our democracy under siege

By Ikechukwu Agada SIR: Nigeria presently is under siege in a war like situation and the inherent danger worsens by the day. There seems no end in sight to the horror and carnage unleashed by bandits. From the agonizing tales of survivors to viral videos getting clicks up and down, the reputation of the country

target=_blank rel=noopener>Fraudsters pay with paper for N497,000 goods

By Elo Edremoda, Warri A businessman, David Maduka, who sells doors, has narrated how three customers paid him with paper cut to the size of naira notes after purchasing goods worth N497,000 in Agbarho, Ughelli North council area of Delta State. Maduka told The Nation on Monday that the incident happened last Wednesday at his



target=_blank rel=noopener>Promoting entrepreneurship

The Lagos State government is working with the National Social Investment Programme (NSIP) to promote employment and entrepreneurship, DANIEL ESSIET reports.     To close Nigeria’s skills deficit and increase employability, a range of policies and strategies have been put in place to facilitate job creation and entrepreneurship. For example Lagos State is promoting upskilling,

target=_blank rel=noopener>Mortuary attendant held over missing body

By Okungbowa Aiwerie, Asaba Delta police have arrested a mortuary attendant in Oghara, Ethiope West council area following the disappearance of the body of a 58-year-old woman, Mrs Patience Amughoro, from a private hospital morgue. The Nation gathered that the deceased died last year after a brief illness. It was learnt the family had planned

target=_blank rel=noopener>Subscribers seek end to exploitative data regime

To run a digital economy and learn virtually, affordable access to the internet is a sine qua non but over the last few months, the rate at which subscribers have been experiencing data depletion has been alarming. Subscribers want urgent fix to the problem, reports LUCAS AJANAKU.   Timileyin Kolade, a student, is frustrated with

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