Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Monday 11th December 2023

Breaking News in Nigeria Today Monday 11th December 2023

Here are some of the Breaking News in Nigeria Today Monday 11th December 2023 on some of the nation newspapers .

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Curbing accidental killing of civilians by military drones

“There is no gainsaying the fact that it was a monumental tragedy and no stone should be left unturned to unravel the cause or causes of that unfortunate incident, and should it be found out that what happened was due to human error, my advice is that appropriate sanction should be imposed”, one of them…
New Telegraph.

Court orders appearance of suspected land grabber, Owonla

Justice Adenike Coker of a Lagos High Court has ordered a suspected land grabber, Moroof Owonla, also known as Kaka, alongside others, to appear before her to answer to the two criminal suits filed against him by the Lagos State Government. Justice Coker particularly mandated the lawyer representing the alleged land grabber, Oyetayo Eboh, to…
New Telegraph.

NJI administrator tasks judiciary reporters on accurate, balanced reportage

The administrator of the National Judicial Institute (NJI), Abuja, Justice Salisu Garba Abdullahi (rtd), has tasked judiciary correspondents on the need to ensure fair and balanced reportage of judicial proceedings, especially in this era when fake news is commonly peddled via social media. Justice Abdullahi stated this in his keynote address at the opening of…
New Telegraph.

NBA gazettes lawyers new scale of charges

The National Executive Council of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBANEC) at its just concluded meeting has revealed that lawyers new scale of charges have been gazetted. Consequently, it is a professional misconduct for a lawyer to charge arbitrary fees contrary to the Act. The Lawyers Remuneration Committee further recommended that Branches should have a Remuneration…
New Telegraph.

Experts: Multiple taxes, charges undermining aviation growth

Stakeholders in the aviation industry have risen in unison against multiple taxes and charges in the aviation industry by calling on the Federal Government to look into it to reduce it for the growth of the sector. They reckoned that excessive and multiple taxations remain one of the major challenges preventing the air travel business…
New Telegraph.

SAN seeks brain decolonization to advance education in Africa

A legal luminary, Professor Yusuf Olaolu Ali (SAN), has advocated for brain decolonization as a way of advancing African education to empower the next generation. Ali made the observation at the maiden edition of a public lecture at the Thomas Adewumi University Oko, Irepodun Local Government Area of Kwara State. Speaking at the auditorium of…
New Telegraph.

PMS: ‘N615 ex-depot price suffocating marketers’

The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) has raised the alarm that the businesses of its members are under jeopardy over the current ex-depot price. The Chairman, IPMAN, NNPC Depot, Ore Western Zone of Nigeria, Engineer Shina Amoo, in an interview with New Telegraph over the weekend, said the businesses of independent oil marketers…
New Telegraph.

Nigerians spend N869.7bn on importation of used vehicle

Despite the 15 per cent National Authomoted Council (NAC) Levy, Nigerian ports took delivery of N869.7 billion between January and September 2023. Data by National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) indicated that the country imported N135.82 billion used vehicles with diesel or semidiesel engine of cylinder capacity of >2,500 cc in the period. Also, between January…
New Telegraph.

See What You Can Do To Better Your Life – LASG Urges Youths

…we can not be a society of complainants Youths in Lagos have been advised to take advantage of poverty eradication initiatives made available through various government parastatals and agencies, to improve their socio-economic lives and contribute their quota to national economic development. Speaking Sunday at an event organised by the state’s Ministry of Agriculture, the…
New Telegraph.

Bagaja Renewables To Provide Uninterrupted Green Energy To Gida Dubu Estate

The management of Bagaja Renewables has said it is currently testing its 1MW independent peak-connected solar mini-grid plant that will provide green and sustainable electricity to the Gida Dubu community in Kano State. This was contained in a statement issued to journalists in Kano by the Project Director, Sadiq Zakari when the company’s technical team…
New Telegraph.

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