Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Tuesday 14th September 2021

Breaking News in Nigeria Today Tuesday 14th September 2021

Here are some of the Breaking News in Nigeria Today Tuesday 14th September 2021 on some of the nation newspapers .

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target=_blank rel=noopener>Nigeria@60 Award ceremony holds Sept. 30

The Federal Government has fixed a new date for the Nigeria@ 60 Jubilee Special Award ceremony. It will take place on Thursday, September 30, 2021. A statement from the office of the Minister of Industry,   Trade and Investment, Otunba Niyi Adebayo yesterdayJ1 said the ceremony will be held at the Presidential Banquet Hall, Aso

target=_blank rel=noopener>Tier 1 banks’ assets rise to N39.93trn

  …top lender’s worth put at N10.05trn   Total assets of Nigeria’s five Tier 1 deposit money banks increased by 6.49 per cent to N39.93trillion as at the end of June 2021 from N37.49 trillion at the end of December 2021, the lenders’ H1’21 results show.   The country’s first tier lenders are Access Bank,



target=_blank rel=noopener>A’Court President calls for upward review of Judges’ salary

…as Court begins new legal year   The President of the Court of Appeal, Justice Monica Dongban-Mensem yesterday asked the Federal Government for an immediate upward review of the salaries of judicial officers in the country. Justice Dongban-Mensem noted that salaries of judicial officers have stagnated for over 10 years.   The Appeal Court President,

target=_blank rel=noopener>Herders free to move cattle around Adamu tells El-Rufai, Masari, others

The representative of Nasarawa West in the Senate Abdullahi Adamu yesterday carpeted northern and southern governors against open grazing.   The ex-Nasarawa State governor insisted that the law would not stand the test of time. Adamu, who spoke with journalists in Abuja on Monday, said while movement of herders and their cattle is constitutional, the

target=_blank rel=noopener>2023: Igbo Elders warn against plot to sabotage Southern Presidency

  The Igbo Elders Consultative Forum, has raised the alarm that there were plots by some persons and groups to scuttle the “patriotic resolution” of the Southern Governors Forum (SGF) that the 2023 Presidency of Nigeria should be zoned to the South for the sake of peace, justice, equity and fairness.   It could be

target=_blank rel=noopener>Umahi: S’East loses N10bn every stay-at-home day

Chairman, South East Governors’ forum and Governor of Ebonyi state, Chief Dave Umahi on Sunday evening said the zone    loses over N10 billion in every sit-at-home the people of the region observe.   Since the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Mazi Nnamdi Kanu was arrested, the organisation has declared sit-at-home every

target=_blank rel=noopener>APC holds state congresses October

The All Progressives Congress (APC) will on October 2, hold its state Congresses. This was announced yesterday in a statement issued by the Secretary of the Caretaker/Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee, Senator John AkpanUdoedehe.   The party had held its ward congresses on July 31 and the local government congresses on September 4 respectively.   The



target=_blank rel=noopener>Stay-at-home: Outrage as gunmen disperse students writing WAEC

…one teacher abducted, teachers’ bikes burnt     Banks buckle under threat     Abia govt talks tough, warns hoodlums   Students writing the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) examination in Nkume and Atta communities in the Njaba Council Area of Imo State were yesterday dispersed by gunwielding hoodlums.   The hoodlums, believed to be

target=_blank rel=noopener>2023: Igbo Elders warn against plot to sabotage Southern Presidency

The Igbo Elders Consultative Forum, has  raised the alarm that there were plots by some persons and groups  to scuttle the “patriotic resolution” of the Southern Governors Forum (SGF) that the 2023 Presidency of Nigeria should be zoned to the South for the sake of peace, justice, equity and fairness. It could be recalled that the governors

target=_blank rel=noopener>Twitter ban: Nigeria lost N148bn in 100 days, says CSOs

A group of civil society organisations advocating for digital rights and freedom of speech have alleged that Nigeria has lost at least N148 billion ($360 million) since the ban of the micro-blogging site, Twitter in the country on June 4. The groups comprising Enough Is Enough Nigeria (EIE), Paradigm Initiative (PIN), Media Rights Agenda (MRA)

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