Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Wednesday, January 23. 2019

BUSINESSDAY Use your PVCs wisely, Fashola tells voters Nigeria to spend N91bn on 10yr National Livestock Transformation Plan New Peugeot Pick-up targets 50% market share Concerns over Access Bank’s proposed N75bn Rights Issue, others With eye on inflation, naira stability, CBN holds MPR at 14% Sanwo-Olu excites Swiss investors with opportunities in Lagos FG dares […]

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2019 and Presidential Debates: What do Nigerians Really Want? by Nath Omame

There have been so much hoopla and furore over the absence of President Mohammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and former Vice President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) at the live-television presidential debate, so- called. Both politicians are, CLEARLY, the two leading candidates for the February 16, 2019, presidential […]

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Shutdown Imminent as Labour Rejects N27,000 Minimum Wage Approved by Council of State

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has rejected the N27,000 new minimum wage adopted by the national council of state on Tuesday. Peter Ozo-Eson, the NLC general-secretary, made this known in an interview with NAN. He said the council has no jurisdiction to determine another amount after a tripartite committee had submitted its report. “It is […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Tuesday, January 22, 2019

BUSINESSDAY Traditional media miss out as below-the-line firms enjoy political campaign wave Robots, artificial intelligence, machine learning: Game changers for future banking operations Annual gathering of global business and political leaders opens amidst rising nationalism DisCos on edge over Tesla’s entry into Nigeria’s power sector Plans underway for first ever information management university ‘ Oyewole […]

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Fighting Ourselves When We Should Be Fighting Them …by *Bayo Adeyinka*

In support of Jimi Agbaje during the 2015 elections, I produced 2 jingles as my contribution. I wanted him to win. So, through the assistance of a friend of mine who is a PDP stalwart (I’m sure he will read this piece), we were directed to handover the CDs to the Lagos State PDP Vice-Chairman. […]

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Consuming Fiber-rich Foods Lower Incidence of Coronary Heart Disease, Stroke, Diabetes, Cancer – New Study

A new meta-analysis examines 40 years’ worth of research in an attempt to find out the ideal amount of fiber that we should consume to prevent chronic disease and premature mortality. Researchers and public health organizations have long hailed the benefits of eating fiber, but how much fiber should we consume, exactly? This question has […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Monday, January 21, 2019

BUSINESSDAY Atiku threatens Buhari as feud intensifies over Bank PHB Why my mission to the US matters  – ATIKU Taking Nigeria out of the woods, a must in 2019 Negative perception leaves Nigerian passport 10th least powerful in Africa Adopting the Singaporean model for Nigeria’s mortgage system Finger-pointing in Rivers: You are behind CJN’s travails […]

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“Obasanjo is a Coward: He is Afraid that he will be Called to Account”- Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has said former President Olusegun Obasanjo who took USD 16 billion “upfront” to supply electric power yet failed to add a single megawatt to the national grid to date and there is no trace of the money is jittery that he will be called to account. In a statement which Garba Shehu, […]

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Another Abacha Era is Here By Chief Olusegun Obasanjo

I am concerned as a democrat who believes that with faithful and diligent practice of democracy, we can get over most of our political problems and move steadfastly and surefootedly on the course of stability, unity of purpose, socio-economic growth and progress for all.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Democracy becomes a sham if elections are carried out by people […]

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