BREAKING NEWS: Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Wednesday 20th March 2024

Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Wednesday 20th March 2024

Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Wednesday 20th March 2024


Breaking News in Nigeria Today Wednesday 20th March 2024

Here are some of the Breaking News in Nigeria Today Wednesday 20th March 2024 on some of the nation newspapers .

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Court Orders Police To Release Belongings Of Saint Mienpamo

Justice Emeka Nwite of the Federal High Court, Abuja, has ordered the authorities of the Nigerian Police to release with immediate effect the belongings of Saint Mienpamo Onitsha which were seized during his Incarceration in Abuja. Onitsha was arraigned for alleged Cyber Stalking but was granted bail recently. But Justice Nwite gave the order on…
New Telegraph.

Savannah Energy Acquires 49% Stake In Stubb Creek Oi Field In A'Ibom

Savannah Energy on Tuesday said it has struck agreements to acquire Sinopec International Petroleum Exploration and Production Corporation (SIPC) 49% holding in Stubb Creek oil and gas field. New Telegraph reports that the deal was said to be valued at $60 million. According to a company's statement on Tuesday, on the latest consolidation of its…
New Telegraph.

Alleged Contract To Family: Replies APC, Says Stop Fabricating Lies Against Adeleke

The People's Democratic , (PDP) in Osun State has debunked the allegations levelled against Governor by the state chapter of the (APC), accusing him of awarding multi-billion naira infrastructural projects to members of his family. The PDP Chairman, Hon Sunday Bisi while addressing a press conference at the party Secretariat,…
New Telegraph.

Marine/Blue Economy Minister Assures University Of Lokoja Of Assistance

The Minister of Marine/Blue Economy, Adegboyega Oyetola, has assured the Federal University of Lokoja that the Ministry would give the requisite assistance to the institution. According to a statement issued on Tuesday by Olujimi Oyetomi, Director, Press and Public Relations, Oyetola gave the admonition when the university management team led by the Vice Chancellor, Prof….
New Telegraph.

Lack Of Interest In Health Insurance Affecting Child's Mortality – UNICEF

The United Nations Children's Fund and the Oyo State Health Insurance Agency have said the lack of interest by many Nigerians in subscribing to insurance schemes has been worsening child mortality in the country. According to them, many pregnant women patronise quacks even when they have the opportunity to access better healthcare through insurance and…
New Telegraph.

Assembly To Hold Public Hearing On Grabbing

The Lagos State House of Assembly on Tuesday expressed its determination to address the menace of land grabbing. The lawmakers agreed to organise a public hearing as part of urgent solutions. The planned stakeholders' meeting would involve the state government, the police, the judiciary, traditional rulers and others. Speaker of the House, Rt. Hon. Mudashiru…
New Telegraph.

Senate Probes Killing Of Military Personnel In Delta

…Rejects minute silence for civilian casualties …As Akpabio disowns killers as Niger Deltans The Senate, on Tuesday, mandated its Committees on Army, Navy and Airforce, to liaise with the Military for a thorough investigation of the gruesome killings of some officers and men of the Nigerian Army in Okuoma Community, Delta State on Thursday. The…
New Telegraph.

S'East Reps Members Kick As Court Reject 's Bail Request

South East members of the led by Hon. Ikenga Ugochinyere have described the rejection of the bail application of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu by a Federal High Court as another major setback for the healing process and return of peace in the region Kanu had…
New Telegraph.

Salako Emerges CIPPON New Leader

Comrade Babajide Salako has been elected the new president and Chairman in Council of the Chartered Institute of Professional Printers of Nigeria (CIPPON). Salako and 14 others were declared elected into the Council by the electoral committee chairman, Professor Abiodun Oluwadare of the Department of Forestry, University of Ibadan, at the recently concluded election into…
New Telegraph.

Africa's Rising Profile Suffocating Workers, Trade Unions Laments

Trade unions in Africa have said the consistent borrowing by African governments resulting in growing debt profiles, was suffocating workers and worsening the living conditions of the people. The Unionists who expressed their displeasure and disappointment at the accumulating debts at the ongoing ITUC-Africa New Year in Lusaka, Zambia, resolved to kickstart checks and…
New Telegraph.

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