Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Tuesday 16th January 2024

Breaking News in Nigeria Today Tuesday 16th January 2024

Here are some of the Breaking News in Nigeria Today Tuesday 16th January 2024 on some of the nation newspapers .

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AFRD: Sanwo-Olu Craves Honour For Fallen, Serving Heroes

Lagos State Government, on Monday, joined the Federal government to lay a wreath in honour of fallen heroes and heroines of the Nigerian Armed Forces for their sacrifices. Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu was supported by his Dr. Deputy, Kadri Obafemi Hamzat, Head of Service, Barr. Bode Agoro, and other government functionaries at the event held at…
New Telegraph.

AFRD: Alia, Speaker, Others Honour Fallen Heroes In Benue

Benue State Governor, Rev. Hyacinth Alia on Monday led the Speaker, members of the state House of Assembly and the State Executive Council, Service Chiefs and the diplomatic corps to honour the nation’s fallen and living heroes. The event, which witnessed the laying of wreaths at the Ibrahim Babangida Square in Makurdi was the climax…
New Telegraph.

S’Court Judgement: We’re Ready To Play Opposition Politics – PDP

The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Cross River State Chapter has said it is ready to play opposition politics now that the Supreme Court has decided on its appeal against the election of Governor Bassey Otu. The State Chairman of the party, Venatius Ikem, in a statement issued on Monday, pledged that PDP would be objective…
New Telegraph.

Alleged N4.8bn Fraud: Appeal Court Urged To Dismiss Cletus Ibeto’s Suit

The Lagos Division of the Court of Appeal has been urged to dismiss an Appeal instituted by the Chairman of Ibeto Energy Development Company, Chief Cletus Ibeto, seeking to nullify the bench warrant issued against him by the High Court of Lagos State, Ikeja. The request came from the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC,…
New Telegraph.

Boat Accident: Over 100 Persons Missing In Niger River

No fewer than one hundred persons have been confirmed missing following a boat accident that occurred in Borgu Local Government Area of Niger state. In a statement issued by the Public Relations Officer, Niger State Emergency Management Agency (NSEMA), Ibrahim Hussain and made available to our correspondent, the Director General of the NSEMA, Abdullahi Arah…
New Telegraph.

State Police Has Become Inevitable In Now Nigeria – Sani Musa

…Calls For Massive Recruitment Of Personne The Chairman of the Senate Committee on Finance, Senator Sani Musa, on Monday, called for the establishment of State Police, stressing that the security situation has made the matter very expedient. He also called for massive recruitment of men as well as evolving of new tactics in intelligence gathering…
New Telegraph.

Court Dismisses Suit Against Jos-Based Mining Company

The High Court sitting at Yola, Adamawa State, presided over by Hon. Justice Kyanson Samuel Lawanson, has delivered a judgment in favour of a Jos-based mining company, Elipse Industries Limited, over a suit involving it and Ajia Global Fleet Concept Limited. The plaintiff, Ajiya Global Fleet Concept now the Judgment Debtor, had dragged Elipse Industries…
New Telegraph.

2027: Don’t Take Utomi Seriously, APC Tells Nigerians

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has asked Nigerians not to take Prof. Pat Utomi seriously on his plan to form a mega party comprising of People’s Democratic Party (PDP), New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) and Labour Party (LP). APC stated this in reaction to Utomi’s disposition to unite the three opposition political parties to take…
New Telegraph.

Oil Theft: Tinubu Hails Tantita Security Services, Others Over Achievements

President Bola Tinubu on Monday commended Tantita Security Services Limited and the other security agencies for combating oil theft and hailed their collaborative efforts yielding results. The Chief of Defence Staff, Major General Christopher Musa, gave the commendation on behalf of the President while inspecting the impounded MT. Kali and paraded suspects by Tantita and…
New Telegraph.

5 Dead, 8 Injured As Truck Rams Into Bus On Lagos-Ibadan Expressway

Five persons have died while eight others sustained varying degrees of injuries on Monday in an accident along the Lagos-Ibadan expressway. The accident occured around Fidiwo axis of the highway. The Public Education Officer of the Federal Road Safety Corps FRSC), Ogun sector command, Florence Okpe confirmed the accident to journalists in Abeokuta. According to…
New Telegraph.

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