Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Monday 26th June 2023

Breaking News in Nigeria Today Monday 26th June 2023

Here are some of the Breaking News in Nigeria Today Monday 26th June 2023 on some of the nation newspapers .

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Last week at the Presidential Election Petition Court in Abuja witnessed some astonishing revelations as the petitioners continued calling various witnesses to testify against the election of President Bola Tinubu. In all, there are three main petition- ers challenging the February 25 election. They are the Peoples Democratic Party and its presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar;…
New Telegraph.

Sanwo-Olu, Oteh, Adesina move for Africa’s sustainability resources discourse

African leaders in private and public sectors, civil society and academia have concluded plans to gather in Lagos during the African Leadership Review Summit and Awards, to dis- cuss issues affecting Africa and how the continent can harness its vast resources to enhance the development of African people. The summit themed: “Transformational Leadership in a…
New Telegraph.

Coca-Cola adjusts bottles to curb plastic waste pollution

The Coca-Cola System in Nigeria has announced the modification of its products’ bottles in an effort to tackle the environmental impact of plastic bottle waste pollution. The Director of Public Af- fairs, Communications and Sustainability at Coca-Cola Nigeria, Nwamaka Onyemelukwe, disclosed this during the Annual System Beach Clean-up exercise held in Lagos. In a statement,…
New Telegraph.

Export: Customs processes N12.8trn worth of goods in 6 months

Despite rejection of Nigerian products abroad, a total of N12.8 trillion ex- port have been processed by Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) in the last six months. The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) had complained that more than 70 per cent of food export from Nigeria were rejected in overseas countries…
New Telegraph.

Cally Air’s crisis deepens as agric firm named to manage aircraft

The Cross River State Government has appointed an ‘inactive’ company, which primary activity at incorporation is crop and animal production, hunting, and related services activities as Lease Manager for Cally Air aircraft. The company, Meler’s Global Resources Limited with RC Number 1085541, was incorporated in December 2012 with its address as House 1, Road 16,…
New Telegraph.

Troost-Ekong set to return to England

Super Eagles vice-captain, William Troost-Ekong, will bid farewell to Serie A side Salernitana and return to England as his loan deal with the Italian club draws to a close on June 30, Soccernet. ng understands. Troost-Ekong had joined Salernitana in January, with US Salernitana 1919 shelling out a sum of €500,000 to secure the services…
New Telegraph.

Disquiet over RMAFC’s 114% pay rise for public officers

The reported plan by the Revenue Mobilisation, Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC) to increase the salaries of public office holders by 114 per cent have drew the ire of some senior lawyers. The lawyers while baring their minds on the issue at the weekend queried the rationale behind the proposal at a time the nation’s…
New Telegraph.

Liverpool join race for Osimhen

English Premier League giants, Liver- pool have joined the race for the Super Eagles striker, Victor Osimhen and are ready to beat other competitors including Chelsea and Manchester United. The 24-year-old forward has garnered significant attention following his standout performances both at the club and international level, attracting interest from various European teams. Belgian transfer…
New Telegraph.

Ondo: Politics of power transfer and battle for APC guber ticket

While the furore generated during the trans- fer of power from Governor Oluwarotimi of Ondo State to his deputy, Lucky Aiyedatiwa, is subsiding, another one is growing over an allegation by the latter that those interested in next year’s governorship election are responsible for fuelling agitation for transfer of power and death rumour against the…
New Telegraph.

Nigeria finalises plans to host 5th Africa Procurement and Supply Chain Summit

Nigeria has concluded arrangement to host the 5th Africa Procurement and Supply Chain Awards, in Lagos next month. Nigeria for the first time since its inception will organise the event at the plush Oriental Hotel in Lagos on July 27 and 28, 2023. It is the largest gathering of procurement and supply chain professionals that…
New Telegraph.

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