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Finidi Took The Right Decision

 World football atten­tion is on the ongoing EURO 24 in Germany, but not so in Nigeria as the country’s football is en­meshed in another crisis capable of ending the country’s bid to qualify for the 2026 World Cup that is in tatters. Even the transfer window that opened in the week across Europe that would

Bishop Adeoye Lauds IGP Over Rescue Of 1,907 Kidnapped Victims

The Lead Bishop of Worldwide Anglican Church (WAC) in Ni­geria, Bishop Seun Adeoye, has lauded the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Kayode Egbetokun, over his achievements in the last 12 months when he took office. Bishop Adeoye, who also is the International Communica­tion Director of the Church in a statement in Osogbo, Osun State, on Friday,

Nigerian Newspapers: Top Stories For Today (22/06/24)

Read the full details on our digital edition when you join our WhatsApp Communities here. Here are the major headlines for today: Opposition Lawmakers Knock Governors, Leaders Over Silence On Rivers, Kano Crisis How Frequent Power Outages Increase Household Food Waste, Endanger Lives… Refrigerated Food Above 5 Degrees Celsius Can Kill, WHO Warns… Energy Infrastructure

Zamfara To Remodel Specialist Hospital As Gov Lawal Unveils Construction Work

GUSAU – Zamfara State government has pledged to renovate Ah­mad Sani Yarima Bakura Specialist Hospital Gusau. Governor Dauda Law­al also directed Minjiriya Health Service, the proj­ect’s contractor, to strictly adhere to the contractual agreement. Lawal stated at the proj­ect’s kickoff ceremony that the project’s goal was to en­sure the hospitals’ complete rehabilitation. He stated the

Gov Diri Creates Blue Economy, Non-Indigene Ministries As 15 More Commissioners Take Oath

 Senator Douye Diri, the governor of Bayelsa State, has sworn in an additional 15 commis­sioners on Friday, bringing his cabinet’s total to 29. The governor established two new ministries: Blue Economy and Special Du­ties (General Services), in charge of non-indigenous affairs. On April 29, fourteen commissioners were sworn in as part of the first batch.

FCET Gusau Lecturers Suspend Strike

GUSAU – The striking lecturers at the Federal College of Education Technical (FCET) in Gusau, Zamfara State, have announced an unconditional suspension of their strike action. The three-month-old strike was called off on Thursday fol­lowing a long-hours meeting of union members at Gusau Col­lege, the state capital. Mukhtar Abdullahi, a mem­ber of the academic union

Kano Orders Demolition Of Section Of Ado Bayero’s Palace

 The Kano government has or­dered the demolition of a section of the palace of Ado Bayero, the deposed 15th Emir of Kano. Haruna Dederi, Kano state attorney-general and commis­sioner for justice, said the gov­ernment has directed the police to take over the Emir’s palace in Nassarawa LGA. Dederi said the state govern­ment has concluded arrange­ments

Sanwo-Olu In Paris, Visits Rungis International Market For Strategic, Technical Partnerships

 …Gov Seeks Collaboration For Lagos Food And Logistics Hub Project In line with its commitment to food security and sufficiency in Lagos, Governor Babajide San­wo-Olu’s administration has es­tablished concrete plans for effec­tive collaboration between Rungis International Market, renowned as the world’s second-largest wholesale food market, and the Lagos State Government. Governor Sanwo-Olu dis­closed the collaboration

Idanre Community To Honour Akinyelure, Akin Deko, Akintan, Others

 In recognition of their great con­tributions to the development of the ancient kingdom of Idanre, Ondo State, the Idanre Develop­ment Assembly (IDA) has pen­ciled down prominent sons and daughters of the town for a grand reception and award ceremony. Among those to be honoured at the awards scheduled to be held in the ancient town

How Frequent Power Outages Increase Household Food Waste, Endanger Lives

 …Refrigerated Food Above 5 Degrees Celsius Can Kill, WHO Warns …Energy Infrastructure Outdated, Frustrating Our Businesses, Eateries, Joints Lament  In Nigeria, the juxtaposition of power outages and inadequate food storage has created a perilous situation that threatens the health and well-being of its citizens. The chronic and widespread issue of inconsistent electricity supply, coupled with

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