Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Friday 10th February 2023

Breaking News in Nigeria Today Friday 10th February 2023

Here are some of the Breaking News in Nigeria Today Friday 10th February 2023 on some of the nation newspapers .

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Tinubu’ll win presidential poll by landslide –Olayisade

Prince Akintade Olayisade is the Coordinator of Tinubu/Shettima Independent Campaign Council in Ekiti State. In this interview, he speaks on the potential of the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu and his chances in the election. ADEWUMI ADEMIJU reports So far, how would you access activities of the Tinubu/Shettima Grassroot Campaign

Absence of sacrifice hurting our polity, elections –Enechionyia

The state chairman of All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Enugu State chapter, Ndubuisi Enechionyia, is also the party’s senatorial candidate for Enugu West in the forthcoming elections. In this interview, he speaks on the chances of his party in the polls, among other issues. PATRICK OKOHUE reports As the chairman of APGA in Enugu State

Nigeria needs a patriot as next president –Olokoba

Comrade Razaq Olokoba is the convener and national president of Campaign for Dignity in Governance (CDG). In this interview, he speaks on the 2023 general election and why the country should use the exercise to cement the synergy between the North and South for purposesß of true unity and political stability. ANAYO EZUGWU reports Now

How prevalence of unlicensed guns could pose security threat to elections

…criminal hideouts should be raided –experts Less than three weeks to the presidential election, arms proliferation and prevalence of unlicensed weapons in the hands of non-state actors including suspected political thugs could pose a serious security threat to in the election across the country if not properly checked and put under control. This is the

A survivor leads fight against human trafficking

Trafficked to Oman, a country in the Middle East at the age of 16, Damilola Falomo shares her story of torture, harassment and near death experience in the hands of her slave master, reports OLUFEMI ADEDIRAN Every year, thousands Nigerian youths in their quest for greener pastures travel abroad, but many of them are trafficked

Book Reading: Nikade-Tarila, Nwamara reignites Port Harcourt literary scene

Bonding factor Despite the rising influence of the digital and social media in content creation and sharing, some authors, writers and book enthusiasts are working behind the scene in Port Harcourt to uphold the uniqueness of the hard copy as a major knowledge medium. There is a growing community of residents in the “Garden City”

NCC-CSIRT issues advisories to protect Nigerians against threat actors

The Nigerian Communications Commission’s Computer Security Incident Response Team (NCCCSIRT), in line with its mandate, has rolled out some advisories in the first few weeks of the year 2023 as cyber threat actors continue to devise means of compromising their targets. The latest of such advisories urged users to be mindful after attackers use Microsoft

Diri boosts Bayelsa economy with SME grants

FactsI n any society, the importance of business (buying and selling) to sustain the economy can never be over-emphasised. Even though the system is not palatable for any sector of the economy in the country in recent times starting from education to politics to religion but the truth of the matter is that no economy

70 and Smiling: Hard facts about life

“Always remember that you are absolutely unique. Just like everyone else”. ––Margaret Mead What is this life all about, anyway? Why are we here in this world, for God’s sake? What lasting lessons does our all-wise, all-knowing, all-powerful, all –gracious and all-merciful creator want us to glean from the hustle and bustle, the grate and

WFAN; Manufacturers, others struggle to get regular wheat supply

The Wheat Farmers Association of Nigeria (WFAN) has lamented persistent scarcity of wheat caused by Russia/Ukraine war. The association said manufacturers and other users now struggled to get regular supplies on a daily basis. National President of the Association, Alhaji Musa Shehu, in an interview with New Telegraph, said: “In the Nigerian setting, research institutes

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