Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Tuesday, November 20, 2018

PUNCH Atiku kicks as service chiefs attend Buharis campaign launch Ex-OAU sex-for-mark lecturer, Akindele, arraigned, remanded in prison Broad police reforms underway PSC 2019 poll: NANS warns Buhari over ASUU strike Drug peddlers, fraudsters to get presidential pardons Bauchi spends N20m on Quranic recitation prizes Antibiotic resistance may result in 10 million deaths by 2050 […]

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37 CSOs Denounce Release of Genetically Modified Cotton into Nigeria

The GMO-Free Nigeria Alliance, Health of Mother Earth Foundation (HOMEF) and over 35 other Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in a statement made available to the media condemned efforts by government and biotech corporations to persuade Nigerians to accept agricultural biotechnology and denounced the registration and release of genetically modified (GM) cotton varieties (Maycho C567 BG […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Monday, November 19, 2018

PUNCH SGF says APCs victory in Kwara sweetest so far, PDP kicks How to report your bank when displeased Oil marketers decry subsidy debt payments delay FG, states, LGs got over N6tn in nine months FAAC Otedolas endorsement of Sanwo-Olu shocks Bode George Firm to boost homeownership with promise-to-own initiative Kashamu emerges Ogun PDP gov […]

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Consumption of Hot Red Pepper May Lower Risk of Death by 13% – Study

Hot peppers are the unofficial superfood we all need. They help you lose weight, jumpstart metabolism, and stimulate endorphins as a proven aphrodisiac . And based on a new study, they harness one more superpower: immortality. Okay, it’s not that drastic, but hot peppers may be able to increase your lifespan. Researchers from the Larner College of Medicine […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Sunday, November 18, 2018

BUSINESSDAY Why developers cannot provide affordable housing for Nigerians Failed assassination of council boss, mass shooting at PDP rally signpost the evil days ahead Appeal Court reduces Dariye’s jail term from 14 to 10 UN spends $70m for assistance in Borno, Adamawa, Yobe to boost humanitarian activities 50 students complete first phase of EdoBits’ free […]

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Delta 2019: Clark Misfired. Ogboru Can Win, “Nothing like Unwritten Power Zoning” – Chief Ideh, 92yrs Old.

Chief Patrick Ideh, 92 years Old former member, House of Representatives has said Chief Edwin Kiagbodo Clark, who he described as his junior brother was being economical with the truth when he claimed recently that, “by the unwritten power zoning arrangement in the state, Delta North Senatorial District Should complete its two terms of eight […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Saturday, November 17, 2018

BUSINESSDAY Igbo leaders told me to ignore Atiku’s purported adoption ‘ Buhari UPP adopts Buhari for 2019 presidential election Court says Buhari as Petroleum Minister has not violated the constitution Lawyers, others confident AfCFTA would be signed sooner than later Respite as Presidency directs Julius Berger to hasten work on Ijora Bridge FG mulls N60b […]

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2019: Shunning The Wagging Tongues Of Lucifer By Ajogwu Jerry Ochada

The political climate for the 2019 General Election in Nigeria seems not to be positively tensed compared to year 2014 that featured a dreadful atmosphere of campaigns with Alhaji Lai Mohammed spewing his talented venom at ease. This is 2018, another eve to the general poll yet the opposition are not wielding a ‘fierce’ armour […]

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2019: Unemployment, Hardship, Insecurity, Bad Roads, Communal Clashes Threaten Okowa’s Re-election Bid

The Center for Peace and Environmental Justice (CEPEJ) has called on Governor Ifeanyi Okowa to address what it called hardship and unemployment being experienced in Delta state. CEPEJ, a Non Governmental Organisation made this call in a statement issued by its national coordinator, Comrade Sheriff Mulade, in Paris, France. “The call became necessary following the […]

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