Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Wednesday 8th November 2023

Breaking News in Nigeria Today Wednesday 8th November 2023

Here are some of the Breaking News in Nigeria Today Wednesday 8th November 2023 on some of the nation newspapers .

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Iyalode’s Burial: Ogun To Collaborate With Family

Ogun State Government has assured of its readiness to collaborate with the family of late Iyalode of Yorubaland, Alaba Lawson in working out a befitting burial for the renowned educationist and entrepreneur who passed on Saturday, October 28, 2023 The media adviser to the deceased, Dimeji Kayode-Adedeji made this known in a statement, adding that…
New Telegraph.

Subsidy Removal: Northern CSOs Laud Tinubu, NEDC

The Northern Transformation Agenda (NTA) has praised the efforts of President Bola Tinubu towards rehabilitating and rebuilding the North-East sub-region. In a statement signed by Patriot Salisu Luqman, the group said the President demonstrated his love for the people of the zone with his selection of the board of the North East Development Commission (NEDC)….
New Telegraph.

Funke Akindele Launches New Production House

Nollywood actress and filmmaker, Funke Akindele has announced the launching of a new production house, Funke Akindele Network (FAAN). Taking to her Instagram page, the prolific actress formally announced this news development as she revealed the name of the production company, which has been operating for more than a year. The box office queen was…
New Telegraph.

Why Tinubu, Shettima Should Resign – Datti

The Vice Presidential Candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Yusuf Datti Baba-Ahmed, has called for the resignation of President Bola Tinubu and his Vice, Kashim Shettima. Datti who spoke on Arise Television in response to a query regarding the prospect of cooperating with Tinubu’s administration claimed that Tinubu and Shettima’s swearing-in was “unconstitutional.” He said…
New Telegraph.

FG Gives Condition As Germany Set To Deport 14,000 Nigerians

Chancellor Olaf Scholz has said Garmany is set to deport no fewer than 14, 000 Nigerians who have been residing in the country for some time. This move according to the German Chancellor has seen a significant number of initial asylum applications from Nigerians in 2023, with a comparatively low recognition rate Approximately 12,500 Nigerians…
New Telegraph.

Altering NANS Transition Plan Will Spell Doom

The stakeholders of the National Association of Nigeria Students (NANS), Zone A have said that altering the transition plan of the student body may lead to a catastrophe. This was contained in a statement issued on Tuesday, November 7 by Comrade Usman Abdullahi and Comrade Shehu Tijani at the Advisory Council of the 2023 NANS…
New Telegraph.

Yomi Fabiyi Accuses Iyabo Ojo Of Cooking Lies To Implicate Naira Marley

Nigerian actor known for his peculiar role in Yoruba Movie, Yomi Fabiyi has taken to his social media page to drag colleague,  Iyabo Ojo for accusing Naira Marley of lacing drugs into the food of her children. New Telegraph had earlier reported that Iyabo Ojo revealed that her fight with Naira Marley is beyond Justice…
New Telegraph.

Davido Arrests Abu Salami For Signature Forgery, Cyber Stalking, Others

Popular Nigerian Afrobeats singer, David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido has arrested Abu Salami, a businessman who called him out on social media for owing him a substantial amount of money. Davido, according to the report arrested him for signature forgery and other crimes days after claiming that the singer owes his Football Academy a…
New Telegraph.

Senate Advocates Punishment For Misuse Of Firearms By Customs Personnel

…wants long-range cameras at border checkpoints The Senate, on Tuesday, asked the Comptroller-General of Customs, Adewale Adeniyi to punish any of the agency’s personnel found guilty of misusing firearms at the country’s borders. The Upper Chamber also recommended the installation of long-range cameras at border checkpoints across the country to check the activities of smugglers…
New Telegraph.

N-SIPA Boss Vow To Address Operational Lapses In agency

The National Coordinator/CEO, National Social Investment Program Agency (N-SIPA), Halima Shehu has vowed to look into areas of operational lapses for better life-transforming interventions for poor Nigerians. Shehu made this known during a press briefing held on Tuesday to formally announce her official assumption of office in Abuja “Honourable Minister ma, with our agency under…
New Telegraph.

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