Nigeria news today headlines : Saturday 1st June 2024

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Michelle Obama’s Mother, Marian Robinson, Dies At 86

Marian Robinson, the mother of former US First Lady Michelle Obama, has died at 86, her family has announced. In a statement, the Obamas said that Robinson had died “peacefully” on Friday morning. Robinson was a well-known fixture at the White House during the eight years of Barack Obama’s administration between 2009 and 2017. She

Udu PDP Ward 3 Suspends Party Chieftain For Alleged Breach Of Constitution, Misconduct

The leadership of Udu Ward 3 in Udu Local Government Area of Delta State has suspended a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, based on allegations of breaching the party’s constitution and engaging in misconduct. A statement signed by notable figures including Rt. Hon. Karo Goru, DESOPADEC Commissioner; Chief Emmanuel Eyakagba, Executive Assistant to

NOA To Partner Delta Bureau On Drug Abuse, Attitudinal Change – Ikolomi

National Orientation Agency, NOA, and the Delta State Orientation Bureau, DSOB, has agreed in principle to join efforts in their renewed fight against drug abuse, moral decadence among youths, social vices and attitudinal change through state wide sensitization campaigns. State Director of the National Orientation Agency, Mrs Tracy Ikolomi, on Thursday in Asaba stressed the

68 Schools Commit To First Students’ Climate Summit By Clean Technology Hub

Thirty-six public and 32 private schools across Abuja have pledged their participation in the first-ever Nigerian Students Climate Summit, hosted by Clean Technology Hub in partnership with the Department of Science, Technology, and Innovation (DSTI) of the FCT Education Secretariat and with generous support from the Skool Foundation. This landmark event promises to be a

Lagos Inaugurates Committee On Abandoned Vehicles Removal, Parks Monitoring

…charged to abide by their operational guidelines LAGOS – Honourable Sola Giwa, the Special Adviser to the Governor on Transportation, has reconstituted and inaugurated Removal of Abandoned Vehicles and Park Monitoring Committees in the State to support Traffic Management Personnel, improve traffic flow across the state, and ensure orderliness at motor parks. Speaking during the

Killing Of Security Agents Unacceptable In Igboland -CCDI

A group under the auspices of Cultural Credibility Development Initiative (CCDI), has condemned the killing of security agents in Igboland on May 30 2024. In a press release signed by Ide Goddy Uwazurike, president, and Steve Nwabuko, secretary, it said that it was with great trepidation, sadness and total rejection that members received the news

StarTimes/NPFL: New Super Eagles Stars To Miss Crucial Title Chase

The Nigeria Premier Football League (NPFL) title race heats up this weekend, with a compelling twist as newly-minted Super Eagles players face must-win matches this weekend, live on Beta Sports channel 244 on StarTimes. Unfortunately for their teams, Sodiq Ismail of Remo Stars and Kenneth Igboke of Rangers International will be absent as the Super

NGO Condemns Gruesome Killing Of Soldiers In Aba, Abia State

•Condoled with Chief of Army Staff, families of the soldiers  A non-governmental organization, under the ageis of #Prayer & Support for the Nigerian Armed Forces & other security agencies, has strongly condemned the brutal killing of two soldiers at a checkpoint in Aba, Abia State, on Thursday morning. The attack, allegedly carried out by suspected

Mbagwaza Development Association Thanks Gov Alia For Awarding 16km Road Contract

ABUJA – The Mbagwaza Development Association (MDA) has expressed its gratitude to Benue State Governor Hyacinth Alia, for awarding a 16-kilometer road construction contract in their community. In addition to the road contract, the group thanked Governor Alia for appointing two of their community members to key positions in his administration. Chief Matthew De (Tyeku

Medical Experts, CSOs Urge FG To Implement Graphic Health Warnings On All Tobacco Products

ABUJA – Medical experts and civil society organizations (CSOs) are urging the Federal Government to fully implement graphic health warnings on all tobacco packaging and labelling as mandated by the World Health Organisation (WHO). This move aims to spread awareness about the risks associated with tobacco products, reduce consumption, and assist individuals with limited literacy

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