Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Tuesday 13th February 2024

Breaking News in Nigeria Today Tuesday 13th February 2024

Here are some of the Breaking News in Nigeria Today Tuesday 13th February 2024 on some of the nation newspapers .

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We’re Working On Peace In Lagos — LP Chairperson

The Lagos State Chapter of the Labour Party (LP) on Monday assured that it has  put mechanisms in place to stop factionalization by different resentful factions within the party. Pastor Dayo Ekong, the Chairperson of the party made this known while speaking in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday. She…
New Telegraph.

Edo Guber: PDP Appeal Panel Recommends Political Solution To Crisis

The Sen. Seriake Dickson-led Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Appeal Panel into the ward congresses election in Edo State has called for a political solution to the crisis in the party. This was contained in the report of the panel dated Feb. 9 and made available to newsmen in Abuja, on Monday. Recalls that some of…
New Telegraph.

Nigerians Will Smile Again – Lagos CAN

Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Lagos State Chapter, His Lordship, Rt. Rev Stephen Adegbite who doubles as the Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Christian Pilgrims Commission (NCPC), has given assurance that Nigerians will smile again as they were presently sowing in tears. Adegbite, who said it was without doubt that the citizens…
New Telegraph.

Ekiti Man Redesigns ‘Arin’ Game To Preserve Tangible Heritage

Driven by the desire to preserve Nigeria’s tangible heritage, especially those facing extinction, Ekiti State-born product concept creator and developer, Mr Micheal Aderemi Agbetuyi, has embarked on rebranding and standardisation of the ‘Arin’ (Dioclea reflexa) game, a popular age-long game among the Yoruba people. His interest in developing the game started in 2017 while on…
New Telegraph.

Osun Police Intercepts 4-Man Gang Specializes In Car Theft, Recover Cars

Detectives of Osun State Police Command have apprehended a four-man gang who specializes in snatching cars from their rightful owners at gunpoint. The suspects were arrested by a team of crime detectives attached to the Special Anti-Kidnapping Squad (SAKS) who acted on a tip-off. According to the Police first information Reports FIR made available to…
New Telegraph.

LP Crisis: National Treasurer Accuses Abure Of Forgery, Embezzlement Of Funds

The crisis in the Labour Party (LP) has festered with the party’s National Treasurer, Oluchi Opara accusing the National Chairman Julius Abure of sundry allegations. Already, Abure is still battling a faction led by Lamidi Apapa over the control of the party. The fraud allegations against him by the faction are still pending in the…
New Telegraph.

COVID-19: Reps Decry Industry Ministry’s Defence On Alleged Mismanagement Of N75bn

The House of Representatives Public Accounts Committee (PAC) on Monday queried the insufficient documents submitted by the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investments on the alleged mismanagement of N75 billion allocated to it as COVID-19 intervention funds by the federal government. Recall that the committee at its last sitting ordered the ministry’s immediate past…
New Telegraph.

Trouble Looms As Ex-Senator Seeks Visa Ban Against Corrupt Judges, Families

A former member of the Senate, Senator Elisha Abbo, on Monday, called for a visa ban against corrupt Judges and Justices in the nation’s High Courts and Court of Appeal. Abbo who represented Adamawa North Senatorial District in the 9th and part of the 10th Senate before nullification of his mandate by the Court of…
New Telegraph.

Stop Cyberbullying Eagles, Musa Begs Fans

Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa, has appealed to football fans to stop cyberbullying his teammate, Alex Iwobi. Musa emphasized that cyberbullying not only violates principles of decency but also constitutes a serious offence. He pointed out the irony in claiming that football unites us while engaging in such harmful behaviour. While acknowledging the disappointment of…
New Telegraph.

Hardship: IMF Urges Tinubu Govt To Phase Out Electricity Subsidy

In a bid to cushion the effect of the hardships Nigerians have experienced in recent times due to the elimination of fuel subsidy, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has called on the Federal Government to totally phase out electricity subsidy in the nation. The Bretton Woods Institution made this call on Monday as the only…
New Telegraph.

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