Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Thursday 25th January 2024

Breaking News in Nigeria Today Thursday 25th January 2024

Here are some of the Breaking News in Nigeria Today Thursday 25th January 2024 on some of the nation newspapers .

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NFF Offered Me New Contract But I Rejected It, I’m Leaving After AFCON, Peseiro Reveals

Coach Defends Tactics, and Insists He Picks Best Team Every Time Super Eagles coach has confirmed that he will not be in charge of the national team after the ongoing African Cup of Nations, AFCON, as he has rejected a contract renewal deal from the Nigeria Foot- ball Federation, (NFF). The coach has a contract…
New Telegraph.

Soludo’s Many, Many Battle Fronts

“It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.” – Charles Darwin In 2025, Anambra State will return to the polls to change or retain Governor Charles Soludo. The incumbent will be battling to get a second term after completing a turbulent first…
New Telegraph.

Soludo Debunks Reports Sacking Igwe Achebe As Anambra Traditional Council Chair

Anambra State Governor, Charles Soludo, has dismissed reports that he has sacked the Chairman of Anambra State Traditional Rulers Coun- cil, Dr Alfred Nnaemeka Achebe. Soludo rescinded the suspension of the Traditional Rulers of Igwe Felix Ekemezie Ebelendu of Aguluezechukwu, Igwe Gerald Mbamalu of Ojoto as well as Igwe Damian Ezeani of Neni communities. Against…
New Telegraph.

King Of Morocco Invites Tinubu Over African-Atlantic Gas Project

King Mohammed VI of Morocco has invited President Bola Tinubu to visit Morocco. The monarch extended the invitation during a phone call, according to Morocco World News. A statement from the royal palace seen by New Telegraph yesterday ex- plained that the phone call involved conversation on the African-Atlantic Gas Pipeline Nigeria-Morocco project; a structuring…
New Telegraph.

MediaFuse-Dentsu Empowers Lagos Pupils With Computers

MediaFuse-Dentsu has donated computers to Army Children Senior High School, Ikeja, in a bid to empower students with the tools and resources needed to succeed in today’s tech-driven world. “In today’s digital age, access to technology is no longer a luxury, but a necessity,” said Group Chief Executive Officer of MediaFuse-Dentsu, Emeka Okeke, who was…
New Telegraph.

Cardoso: Naira Currently Undervalued as CBN Targets 21.4% Inflation

Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Olayemi Cardoso, has said that the naira is currently undervalued, adding that the apex bank will collaborate with the fiscal authorities to accelerate “genuine price discovery in the near term.” Cardoso, who disclosed this in his address at the 2024 macroeconomic out- look launch hosted by the Nigeria…
New Telegraph.

Report: Dangote Refinery to Produce More Than Imports From Netherlands, Belgium

The Dangote refinery, at full capacity, would be producing around 12mn t/yr of fuel, which is more than the combined imports from Netherlands and Belgium in 2023, Argus Media has said. It explained that this should indeed mean that European refineries would have to work harder to find export markets. It stated that Latin America…
New Telegraph.

Ekong Alhassan Resume Full Training

Super Eagles have been handed a massive injury boost ahead of Saturday’s AFCON showdown against Cameroon as defender William Troost-Ekong and midfielder Alhassan Yusuf resumesd full team training yesterday. A knee complaint kept Ekong out of the final group game against Guinea Bissau while Alhassan suffered a thigh injury in the team’s opening group game…
New Telegraph.

Dennis Agrees 70% Pay Cut For Watford’s Return

Nigerian forward Emmanuel Dennis has reportedly accepted a substantial 70% pay cut to make a surprising return to former club Watford. The Super Eagles player had an unremarkable loan stint at Turkish club Istanbul Basaksehir, failing to score in eight appearances. Now on loan in the English Championship with Watford, Dennis aims to rediscover the…
New Telegraph.

Aussie Open: Zverev Beats Alcaraz to Set Up Medvedev Semis

Carlos Alcaraz was knocked out of the Australian Open when Alexander Zverev held off a spirited comeback by the Spaniard to win an absorbing quarter-final at 01:20 local time. Germany’s Zverev was rewarded for a rapid start to win 6-1 6-3 6-7 (2-7) 6-4 against Spanish second seed Alcaraz. Zverev served for victory at 5-3…
New Telegraph.

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