Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Sunday, 13 October, 2019

PUNCH Buhari promised labour minimum wage but no FG commitment Olaleye, TUC President Tribunal: Bello hails Melayes sacking, says APCll win rerun Gbajabiamila advocates special fund to sponsor women in politics I abandoned my gold mining business when I became king Momoh FG to refund Yola Disco investors N26.9bn FG retirees decry neglect under contributory […]

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Delta to Partner NGOs to Eradicate Poverty – Okowa by Ovedhe Jerry Hezekiah

The Delta State government has reiterated its commitment to partner with genuine Non governmental Organizations that will better the lives of Deltans by eradicating poverty and empowering them with grants that will change their lives. The State Commissioner for Trade and Investment, Hon Chika Ossai who represented the State Governor, Sen. Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa stated this […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Saturday, 12 October, 2019

  DAILY INDEPENDENT Don’t Respond To Fake News, IGP Tells Police Spokespersons Court Remands Man, 24,. For Alleged Theft Of Three Cell Phones Ambode’s Commissioner, Wale Oluwo Denies Receiving Invitation Letter From Lagos Assembly Lack Of Infrastructure Cripples Shipping Industry Nearly $600bn Stolen From Nigeria Since Independence ‘ Economist BREAKING Royal Air Maroc Aircraft Attacked […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Friday, 11 October, 2019

  DAILY INDEPENDENT Jonathan, Buhari meet in Aso Rock, keep mum NECA to FG, Labour: Approach industrial court over new wage Minister requests N10bn for Enugu airport renovation CJN to PACAC: Forward petition against corrupt judges $62bn underpayment: FG opts for settlement with Shell, Chevron, others Armed men storm another Kaduna school, abduct principal Six […]

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How journalists’ jobs affect their mental health: A research roundup

Day in and day out, journalists report on complex and difficult topics — natural disasters, political violence and human suffering, for example — and often they do this work while also worrying about newsroom layoffs and the future of the industry. It takes a mental and physical toll. Below, we’ve summarized several studies that look at the effects of […]

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Insecurity: Isoko South L.G Boss suspends Uzere PG by OVEDHE HEZEKIAH

The Chairman of Isoko South Local Government Council, Sir Itiako Ikpokpo has suspended the President General of Uzere community, Engr Felix Enwenede for a period of one month over his inability to enforce leadership, and maintain peace and  security in the community. The suspension of Engr Felix Enwenede which emanated from an enlarge Isoko South […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Thursday, 10 October, 2019

TELEGRAPH Tackling over-bloated, redundant FG’s agencies Senators knock, applaud Buhari’s N10.33trn 2020 budget Buhari tasks advisory council on data, economic growth Budget: Reps begin debate, say proposal realistic FG, labour resumes negotiation on minimum wage ASUU: No cause for alarm over factional group ‘ Ogunyemi Eating mushrooms reduces prostate cancer risk Senate to reduce political […]

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2023 seems the appropriate time for Gbagi in Delta By Prof Haalim Uche

 I must make a quick confession , I was one of  those that held the notion that ahead 2023,  former Minister of State for Education and highest indigenous investor in Delta State,  Olorogun Kenneth Gbagi, hit the road rather early on his  mission to govern  the oil-rich state.  I am sure many are with me […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Wednesday, 9 October, 2019

TELEGRAPH 2020 budget presentation: Buhari blames budget failure on poor revenue Fuel supply figures: NNPC mulls end to secrecy Infertility increases prostate cancer risk Taraba killing: Panel indicts Army, Police, officers UN appointment: Jonathan’s legacy of peace, speaking for him ‘ Frank Prioritise security of examinations, NECO tells FG NASS mulls law to criminalise estimated […]

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