BREAKING NEWS: Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Tuesday 19th March 2024

Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Tuesday 19th March 2024

Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Tuesday 19th March 2024


Breaking News in Nigeria Today Tuesday 19th March 2024

Here are some of the Breaking News in Nigeria Today Tuesday 19th March 2024 on some of the nation newspapers .

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MoneyMaster PSB celebrates Global Money Week

Nigeria’s leading payment service bank, MoneyMaster Payment Service Bank Limited (MMPSB) has joined corporate entities and multinational companies across the world to celebrate the 2024 edition of the Global Money Week scheduled to hold between March 18 and 24. Global Money Week is an annual global awareness-raising campaign on the importance of ensuring that young…
New Telegraph.

USAID intervenes in Bauchi educational reform

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has signified its readiness to assist Bauchi State with technical assistance to achieve its objectives in its educational reform. A top official of the agency, Mariam Britel, gave the assurance at the weekend when she led other officials of the organisation on an advocacy visit to Governor…
New Telegraph.

Remember to resettle us, displaced patent medicine dealers tell Otti

The Abia State Patent Medicine Dealers Association Ekumi Plaza, Aba, has urged Governor Alex Otti to fulfil his campaign promise to re-settle over 10,000 traders who lost their shops to the Ariaria International Market reconstruction efforts of the immediate past government. The outgone Chairman Chukwuka Okorie said during the election of a new executive body…
New Telegraph.

183 ex-Niger Delta agitators sue FG, PAP

At least 183 former Niger Delta agitators have filed a lawsuit against the Federal Government at the Federal High Court Abuja over allegations bordering on alleged stoppage of their monthly allowance. The 183 ex-militants in 17 separate suits filed by their counsel Regina Okotie-Eboh before Justice James Omotosho, also joined the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP)…
New Telegraph.

Addressing malnutrition amid acute hunger

Food basket Malnutrition has been a ravaging issue in Nigeria, the current economic downturn, climate change and insecurity has not been helpful. As a result, millions of children in Nigeria are at risk of poor cognitive, physical, psychological and mental developments. Over the years, some persons perceived Benue State as the headquarters of affordable food…
New Telegraph.

Curbing indiscriminate refuse disposal

One of the challenges still holding back the nation’s capital from attaining the desired world class status, is indiscriminate refuse disposal. Heaps of refuse dumped on the streets and in drainages are a common sight in some parts of Abuja. In spite of government’s efforts, some residents are yet to imbibe the culture of disposing…
New Telegraph.

Firms plan to build 30MW wind, solar power plant in Lekki

Two engineering firms, Credco and Vergnet have indicated their plan to build a 30 megawatts windfall and solar hybrid plant in the Lekki area of Lagos state. This was disclosed during the presentation of the proposal by the two companies in Abuja. The Minister of Power, Adebayo Adelabu, was represented at the event by the…
New Telegraph.

Kyari: NNPCLimited, recorded 9,000 infractions on oil pipelines in one year

Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC) Limited has said that it recorded 9,000 infractions on oil pipelines in one year. The Group Managing Director, NNPC Ltd, Mele Kyari, disclosed this in Abuja during an oversight function at the headquarters of NNPC Ltd by the House of Representatives Special Committee on Oil Theft. He alleged that a…
New Telegraph.

FG considers powering NRC locomotives with gas

The Federal Government has said that it has through the Minister of Transportation, Said Alkali, initiated a project to transition Nigerian Railway Corporation locomotives from diesel to liquefied natural gas and compressed natural gas so as to steer the corporation towards sustainable energy sources and reduce operational costs. The ministry’s Director, Press and Public Relations,…
New Telegraph.

Sports engagement, sponsorship take youth off street –Osikhena

A key stakeholder and very passionate scrabble lover in Nigeria, Ojior Osikhena, has said the game of scrabble and sports, in general, is one of the major vehicles to take the youths off the street and engage them meaningfully. Osikhena, a civil engineer, made this submission at the weekend in Accra during the ongoing African…
New Telegraph.

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