Nigeria news today headlines : Friday 31st May 2024

Nigeria news today headlines : Friday 31st May 2024

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Tobacco Industries Target Kids In Africa, Coalition Raises The Alarm

ABUJA – A coalition of Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) on Thursday raised the alarm over ploy by tobacco companies to get children in the African continent to get hooked by tobacco addiction. The was the thrust of a webinar titled: ‘Effective Reporting Children and Tobacco Addiction’ organized by Renevlyn Development Initiative (RDI) in collaboration with Vital

QNET’s First Annual Convention Of The Year Records Resounding Success In Malaysia

Highlights included the mega QNET product exhibition where the company showcased its range of premium products such as the HomePure range of home appliances, the Amezcua range of wellness products, the Bernhard H Mayer range of luxury Swiss watches and fine jewellery, and the LifeQode portfolio of nutritional products, among others. Groundbreaking Product LaunchesQNET unveiled

Benue, Cross River Govts Avert Renewal Of 50-year-long Crisis Between Two Communities

MAKURDI – The Tsar Obudu community of Benue State and Obudu community of Cross River state, the border communities of the two states have been warned against issues that may revive the 50-year – long crisis between the two communities that was recently resolved. Recall that the two communities; Tsar Maduku of Vandeikya, Local Government

Kalu Sad Over Killing Of Soldiers In Aba

Chairman, Senate Committee on Privatization and former Governor of Abia State, Dr. Orji Kalu has condemned in strong terms the killing of soldiers at a checkpoint in Aba on Thursday morning. Describing the incident as wicked, evil and unacceptable, Kalu called on security agencies to fish out the perpetrators of the ugly act, noting that

Tinubu Commits To Facilitating Favourable Conditions For Africa’s Blue Economy Growth

President Bola Tinubu has said that his administration will support regional and international collaboration as well as partnership efforts of the Nigerian Navy towards providing the enabling environment for Africa’s Blue Economy to thrive. He gave this assurance in Lagos on Thursday at the opening ceremony of the 5th International Maritime Conference marking the 2024 Nigerian

Nigerian Army S&T Holds Conference In Benin, Reviews Performance

BENIN – The Nigerian Army School of Supply and Transport on Tuesday held the Commander Corps of Supply and Transport combined first and second quarter 2024 conference to re-access corps performance for the period. The theme of the conference was Repositioning Nigerian Army Corps of Supply and Transport (NACST) for the delivery of Effective logistics

Esosa Iyawe Urges FG To Convert Forfeited, Abandoned Properties For Office Use By Agencies, MDAs

House of Representatives member, Esosa Iyawe, has urged the Federal Government to convert forfeited lands and properties, home and abroad, into office use for Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs). Esosa Iyawe, who recently moved the motion on the floor of the Green Chamber, called for the conversion of six properties to public use. While speaking,

NYSC Corp Member, Chinedu Hilary Azubuike, Provides

The comprehensive project involved drilling a borehole, installing a pump and distribution system, and implementing proper sanitation measures to guarantee a consistent water supply. This essential infrastructure addresses the longstanding water scarcity issue in Idimu. “I am passionately committed to improving the standard of living in our communities,” said Chinedu Hilary Azubuike. “This project goes

Civil Society Organisations Seeks Accountability, Justice On National Day Of Mourning

In observance of the 7th National Day of Mourning for Victims of Mass Atrocities, a coalition of civil society organizations has reiterated its call for the Nigerian government to fulfill its constitutional duty of ensuring the security and well-being of all citizens. The annual National Day of Mourning serves as a citizen-led initiative to honor

Agency Faces House Inquiry Over $3.15bn Spending

The House of Representatives on Thursday, quaried the National Investment Promotion Commission regarding an expenditure of N3.15 billion, despite the Commission reporting a revenue of only N2.89 billion in the first quarter of 2024. This was as the agency appeared before the Committee in the ongoing probe to monitor revenue by Ministries, Departments and Agencies

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