Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Saturday, April 6, 2019

BUSINESSDAY WAEC slams candidates involved in exams malpractices Ethiopian Airways crash: Boeing apology too late, says pilot’s father Nigeria, Sudan, others face acute food insecurity, as 113 million go hungry NNPC allays fears of fuel scarcity, says 55 depots have fuel Updated: Supreme court, NJC deny knowledge of Onnoghen’s resignation Uganda tries to dodge the […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Thursday, April 4, 2019

BUSINESSDAY Nigerian banks rediscover retail clients in bid to grow loan books Lagos CJ commissions e-filing probate registry Updated: At last, Wike wins with 886,264 votes in Rivers’ long-drawn guber election Consumer goods firms record worst results in 4 years NPDC cannot begin production until it meets Ogoni demands Buyers shun Nigerian cashew on Apapa […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Thursday, March 28, 2019

BUSINESSDAY We employ Nigerian pilots but not at the expense of safety ‘ Air Peace CEO Contrary to Buhari’s directive, Malami proceeds with Trobell contract against IOCs Afreximbank president urges FG to sign AfCFTA Experts lament high debt service component of 2019 budget Government hopeful to revive Ajaokuta Steel Company Concerns as new Act seeks […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Friday, February 15, 2019

      BUSINESSDAY Failure to meet sanitary, phytosanitary requirements limit Nigeria’s role in foreign trade Nigeria need resilient public healthcare system to curb disease outbreak Venezuela’s crisis shows why credible elections matter this Saturday Nigeria’s cassava potential stuck in low innovation, poor financing Landlord/tenant cases in court rising as economic hardship deepens Political parties […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Monday, February 11, 2019

      BUSINESSDAY Oil majors shy on Nigeria, look elsewhere for growth opportunities Govt hypocrisy shows as trucks return to Lagos roads after Buhari’s visit Pious socialist or brash liberal: Nigeria’s choice this week General T.Y. Danjuma and the other generals with nine lives Buhari, Atiku offer distinct pathways to Nigeria’s economic future How […]

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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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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Thursday, January 17, 2019

BUSINESSDAY Buhari’s support thins as business leaders fear worst from re-election Nigeria needs aggressive infrastructure push to unlock N4.7trn real estate sector Emefiele may give way if Atiku wins Reps begin consideration of 2019 budget proposal, Thursday Manufacturers expect naira stability, improved infrastructure to grow port business in 2019 Property market offers good time for […]

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What makes Nigerian politicians superior to the British By Owei Lakemfa

 NIGERIA, the giant of Africa, and its colonial master, Great Britain are facing trying times. But their  political classes are handling matters in contrasting styles. Brexit is the main headache of Britain, but the wise Nigerian politicians would never have  played themselves into such a corner; rather than a referendum on crucial matters, they would […]

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Nigerians in UK who earn less than £35,000 face threat of deportation

The newly elected Prime Minister of Britain, Theresa May on Friday announced a new order which will see to the deportation of foreigners, Nigerians included, who earned less than the minimum threshold which is pegged at. According to the new law, foreigners who had lived in the country for more than five years will have […]

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Nigerians be alert: A Warmonger, a Racist and a Colonial Apologist has taken over new UK govt.

On July 13, 2016, David Cameron stepped down as leader of Britain. Theresa May is now prime minister. She voted for the Anglo-American invasion of Iraq in 2003, for the deployment of more British troops to Afghanistan in 2010, the destruction of Libya in 2011 which created a safe haven for death squads in the […]

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