Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Thursday 14th September 2023

Breaking News in Nigeria Today Thursday 14th September 2023

Here are some of the Breaking News in Nigeria Today Thursday 14th September 2023 on some of the nation newspapers .

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Falcons coach not sacked, NFF clarifies

The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has debunked insinuations suggesting it turned down the opportunity to renew the contract of the Super Falcons coach, Randy Waldrum, saying it has mandated its Technical Committee to conclude discussion with the coach on a fresh term. The Federation ignited insinuation that it had disengaged with Waldrum in a communiqué…
New Telegraph.

Address Shortfall of Doctors, Nurses in Tertiary Hospitals, CARTA Tells FG, Health Minister

A Fellow of Consortium for Advanced Research Training in Africa (CARTA), Dr. Kudus Oluwatoyin Adebayo, has charged the Federal Government, through the Coordinating Minister of Health and Social Welfare, Prof Ali Pate, to attend to staff shortfall affecting quality health service delivery in tertiary health institutions in the country. The University of Ibadan don gave…
New Telegraph.

IoD Chair Advises Govt on Enabling Environment for Business

Ahead of his investiture as the 18th Chairman of the Governing Council of the Chartered Institute of Directors (IoD) Nigeria, today, Alhaji Tijjani Borodo has urged President Bola Tinubu-led administration to create an enabling environment for Nigerian businesses to thrive. Specifically, Borodo explained that the contribution of the private sector to the nation’s economy could…
New Telegraph.

Autonomy for Local Govts Is Key to Development, by Ugbor

Eze Monday Ugbor is the traditional ruler of Aba- Ukwu Kingdom of Abia State. In this Interview with EMMANUEL IFEANYI, he speaks on the security situation in the country and what he thinks monarchs can do to help the situation as well as the deplorable condition of Aba, the commercial nerve centre of Abia State…
New Telegraph.

MAN Charts Way Out of Nigeria’s N77trn Debt

The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) has warned that the N77 trillion debt inherited by President Bola Tinubu-led administration will most likely limit the goals of the new administration in its bid to revamp the country’s economy and running a hitch-free governance. Following this, MAN is urging the administration to implement its recommendations in the…
New Telegraph.

APC: Positive or Negative Peace in Osun?

The jury is out, the decision is taken. And the news of the current gale of suspensions and expulsions of one hundred and ten listed high heeled leaders and members of All Progressives Congress (APC) in Osun State upon allegations of anti-party activities levelled against them, was jolly endorsed by the cross sections of party…
New Telegraph.

Election Petitions: ‘Uncertain Justice’ in the ‘Storm Centre’ of Political Controversy (1)

The active and operative part of this essay are the quoted phrases “uncertain Justice” and “Storm center” taken from two books on the nature and roles of the Supreme Court in the political and constitutional history of the United States of America. The first book, Storm Center: The Supreme Court in American Politics written by…
New Telegraph.

We Leverage Technology to Educate on Mental Health –Niah Foundation

The founder of Niah Foundation, a non-governmental organisation (NGO), committed to mental health awareness campaigns, Miss Chenaniah Bamishile, has disclosed that her Foundation is committed to a nationwide mental health campaign leveraging technology to propagate the message. According to her, the Foundation prioritises mental health campaigns given the rate of depression and mental illnesses among…
New Telegraph.

Matching Terrorism With Experience

With insecurity breeding ultra-insurgency, the Federal Government must change tactics in this perennial fight that continues to depopulate and diminish the nation. One sure way to make headway is to engage the services of virile, retired generals who dot our space. Due to no fault of theirs, some generals were retired in order to pave…
New Telegraph.

MDAs: Embracing Single Window Option to Curb Fraud

With IPPIS, TSA devices unable to completely block leakages in government finances, a new template, a single window for financial transactions, being conceived by the government could be the ace, Abdulwahab Isa reports Idris Ahmed, the disgraced and ousted former Accountant General of the Federation (OAGF), is gifted with facial expressions that belies his mien….
New Telegraph.

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