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The Nation Newspaper Today Headline Thursday 12th November 2020

The Nation Newspaper Today Headline Thursday 12th November 2020

The Nation Newspaper Today Headline and news Dailies Update on current affairs happening now in Nigeria today 12/11/20

Benue loses commissioner

By Uja Emmanuel, Makurdi The newly appointed Benue Commissioner for Health and Human service, Dr Emmanuel Ikwulono, is dead. Commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism, Ngunan Addingi, confirmed this in a statement on Wednesday evening. Read Also: UPDATED: Balarabe Musa ex-Kaduna State Governor dies at 84 He said Ikwulono died after a brief illness. She said …

Lagos mobile court orders forfeiture of 31 vehicles

By Oziegbe Okoeki The Lagos State Mobile Court has ordered forfeiture of 31vehicles to the state government for driving against traffic (one-way) thereby contravening the State Traffic Law. The Court gave the judgment on Wednesday after the 31 defendants, who drove the vehicles, pleaded guilty to the ‘one-way’ traffic offence charged against them. According to …


Abdulrazaq lifts curfew in Kwara

Adekunle Jimoh, Ilorin Kwara Governor AbdulRaman Abdulrazaq has lifted the curfew imposed on Ilorin metropolis in the wake of EndSARS protests resulting in massive looting of public and private property in the state capital. The relaxation of the curfew became effective on November 12th, Abdulrazaq’s Spokesperson Rafiu Ajakaye said in a statement. The statement reads: …

Ilaboya retains EdoJobs award

Hassan Otinau, Sabongidda-Ora Chairman of Owan West Local Government Area, Hon. Frank Ilaboya, has received “The most supportive local government chairman” award by EdoJobs, the hub that drives Governor Godwin Obaseki’s job creation scheme. The award was presented by Commissioner for Youths, Sports and Special Duties  Damian Lawani with Governor Godwin Obaseki, his Deputy Philip …

Banire, Utomi, Falana, others slam Fed Govt for ‘dictatorship’

Joseph Jibueze, Deputy News Editor   A GROUP, the Concerned Professionals, on Wednesday accused the Federal Government of dictatorship and a betrayal of trust by hounding #EndSARS protesters rather than addressing the issues they raised. It faulted judges who granted orders freezing the bank accounts of the protest coordinators and abridging their rights. The group …

Tipper driver kills passenger in Anambra

By Emma Elekwa, Onitsha One person died in a lone car accident in Umunze, Orumba South Local Government Area of Anambra state. The accident involved a 911 M/ benz tipper with registration number ENU 924 XA. The Nation learnt the driver was on top speed when he lost control of the vehicle and crashed into …

Diri to Bayelsans: have confidence in our administration

Simon Utebor, Yenagoa   BAYELSA State Governor Douye Diri has urged the people to be confident in his administration’s poverty alleviation scheme, ‘Diri Boost’, to enhance the state’s economic fortunes. Diri spoke on Wednesday at the 12th State Executive Council (SEC) meeting. He stressed that the scheme was intended to enable the people create economic …


Shall we beg the police?

Lawal Ogienagbon   FOR the police, the #ENDSARS Protests were a rude reawakening. Never before had the police which style themselves as friends of the people witnessed such a challenge to their authority by some members of the society. The youths which championed the protests are a force to reckon with in any society. Whenever they …

America is free!

Nze Nwabueze Akabogu (JP) Enugwu-Ukwu   SIR: On Tuesday, November 3, the United States of America again demonstrated to the global community that democracy remains the best system of government in the world and that strong institutions cannot easily be manipulated or undermined by strong men in power. On that historic day, the people spoke …

Youth resurrected

Olatunji Ololade   The #ENdSARS protester paraded beautiful youth in a careless style. He was the plebeian statue sculpted of spunk and spittle. Governors, lawmakers, and the presidency considered him to be a dangerous cuss. But he saw himself otherwise. In truth, he was the proverbial yowl plundering rage slipshod, a revolutionary of dubious grace. …

 

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