Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Friday 1st September 2023

Breaking News in Nigeria Today Friday 1st September 2023

Here are some of the Breaking News in Nigeria Today Friday 1st September 2023 on some of the nation newspapers .

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BBNaija All-Stars: Uriel Reacts To Cee-C, Pere’s Clash

Evicted Big Brother Naija (BBnaija) All-Stars housemate, Uriel has shared her opinion on the fight that ensued between Cee-C and Pere. It would be recalled that Cee-C and a fellow housemate, Pere clashed on Wednesday morning over house chores and during the early morning meeting for housemates. During the heated argument, Cee C didn’t only…
New Telegraph.

Growing Up I Was Exposed To Different Genres Of Music –Debbie Ohiri

Debbie Ohiri-Oletubo, popularly known as Debbie Ohiri, is a celebrated singer, chanter, actor, vocal coach and producer. She is often referred to as the ‘Golden Voice’ of Nigerian theatre. In this interview with TONY OKUYEME, she talks about her debut single, Iba, her plans for an EP (Extended Play), and debut album. She also talks…
New Telegraph.

Niger Crisis: Tijjaniyah Urges Ecowas To Opt For Diplomatic Solution

An Islamic group, the Inter- national Organisation of Tijaniyyah Brotherhood, has called on ECOWAS to opt for a diplomatic solution to resolving the leadership crisis in Niger Republic. The group gave the advice in an open letter to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu. New Telegraph reports that Tinubu is also the Chairman of the ECOWAS regional…
New Telegraph.

Idol Worshipping Is Strange To Us In Yorubaland, Says Oluwo Of Iwo

…Allah Is The Way The Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Ab- durasheed Akanbi, has preached against idol-worshipping in Yorubaland, urged the people to shun idolatry, saying it is a strange religion in Yorubaland, only Allah is the way. According to him: “Islam is the foundation. The first man Allah created (Prophet Adam) was a Muslim. He…
New Telegraph.

We’re Raising Next Muslim Women Generation Of Leaders With Piety, Says Amirah

A faith-based organisation, Al-Mu’minaat (The Believing Women), Lagos State Amirah (President) of Al- Mu’minaat, Hajia Bushrah Adeagbo- Jubril has said Muslim women are raising the next generation of lead- ers and ambassadors of Muslims women. She noted women played important role in nation’s building as no- body can’t do without them. Today is Women’s/Unity Day,…
New Telegraph.

Best September Happy New Month Messages To Loved Ones

The start of a new month may arrive multiple times in a year, but there’s no denying the spark of excitement that ignites within us when we remember the opportunity to begin a fresh chapter of our lives. As August comes to an end and September approaches, you might want to send Happy New Month…
New Telegraph.

Taking Unicef’s Advice On Children’s Wellbeing Seriously

T he crying need for Nigeria’s policy makers and those who implement them to step up their game, with regards to food and nutrition security across the country is reflected by the series of warnings given by the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) over the recent years. This, the agency warned, is leading to irreversible…
New Telegraph.

Inclusivity: A Case For Women

“We need women at all levels, including the top, to change the dynamic, reshape the conversation, to make sure women’s voices are heard and heeded, not overlooked and ignored.” – Sheryl Sandberg This well-known and unimpeachable quotation above is the thought of Sheryl Sandberg, the famous American technology executive, writer and philanthropist. Sandberg is also…
New Telegraph.

Fundamental Issues Confronting Fg Palliatives To S’east

Initial objective The Federal Government should be familiar with the history of palliative distribution in Nigeria. The citizens equally need to jettison their carefree attitude this time, by demanding and insisting on accountability from the Governors who superintend over the distribution of the palliatives. With the level of corruption Nigerians experienced during the ‘distribution’ of…
New Telegraph.

Emaciated Integrity: Nigeria Immigration Service In Focus

I n Nigeria, there is a popular saying that when an abomination is perpetrated for a year, it becomes culture. The aforementioned saying points to the dangers of acquiescence to executive rascality. It also underscores the necessity of holding people in public offices to account. For people like Prof. Wole Soyinka, account- ability is the…
New Telegraph.

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