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Vanguard Latest News Monday 16th November 2020

Vanguard Latest News Monday 16th November 2020

Vanguard Latest News Today and headlines on some of the happenings and news trend in the Country, today 16/11/20

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Nigeria’s inflation hits 14.2% in October — NBS

By Elizabeth Adegbesan The country’s inflation rate rose by 0.5 per cent point to 14.2 per cent in October from 13.7 percent in September 2020. This represents the 14th consecutive monthly rise in Headline inflation since September 2019 when it stood at 11.24 per cent. Similarly, food inflation rose by 0.72 per cent point inRead More
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Killing of Citizens: IGP orders deployment of 5 mobile police units to Edo State

Against the backdrop of attacks by suspected Cultists and criminal elements, particularly escapees and jailed criminals who escaped from two Prison facilities in Benin and Oko, the Inspector General of Police has ordered the deployment of Five (5) Mobile Police Units to Edo state. This followed fears and uncertainty making the rounds in both EdoRead More
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Coronavirus: Kenyan doctors threaten work boycott over lack of PPEs

Kenyan doctors have issued a three-week strike notice, accusing the government of failing to provide them with adequate protective gear in the fight against coronavirus. Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Union (KMPDU) on Sunday said they will go on strike unless their plight is addressed. The Union said over the last eight months, it hasRead More
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Insecurity: Robbers, cultists, hoodlums take over in the absence of Police

As robbers now mount road-blocks for smooth operation In the aftermath of the #EndSARS protest which led to the withdrawal of the police, insecurity is at its height in the country as hoodlums and cultists take over. Recall that most cities, particularly in the south of the country, have witnessed less policing in the lastRead More
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Obama’s memoir out tomorrow 

By Osa Amadi Barack Obama’s A Promised Land, due for release tomorrow, November 17, 2020, can be viewed as a continuation of the story that began in Alex Haley’s Roots (we all remember Kunta Kinte) where white vandals, in connivance with some black people as they still exist till today, broke into Africa, raped andRead More
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Runsewe commends Ogun governor on Adire Fabrics Economy

The Director-General of National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC), Otunba Segun Runsewe, in a statement released from Abuja last week, said he has found a soulmate in the Ogun State governor, Dapo Abiodun, on account of his strategic campaign to promote indigenous fabrics as national dress code, thus showcasing Nigeria’s iconic cultural heritage. OtunbaRead More
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We will support candidate from South-East, but not ‘Igbo presidency’ – Buba Galadima VIDEO

Ahead of the 2023 presidential election, Businessman and politician Buba Galadima has said that the people will support a candidate from South-East, but not “Igbo presidency” Galadima said this Monday during The Morning Show on Arise Television while speaking on restructuring from the EndSAR protest. He said “I have a lot of friends from SouthRead More
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Godfrey Okoye University FMSS hosts International Virtual conference

GODFREY OKOYE UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL SCIENCES HOSTS VIRTUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON GOVERNANCE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: ISSUES, CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS FOR A DEVELOPING ECONOMY IN A POST-COVID19 WORLD.  The Faculty of Management and Social Sciences (FMSS), Godfrey Okoye University , successfully hosted its 2020 virtual international conference on the theme “Governance and SustainableRead More
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Breaking: NECO releases 2020/2021 National Common Entrance Examination results

… Puts cut off marks at 142 By Joseph Erunke THE National Examinations Council NECO has released the 2020 National Common Entrance Examination results. It put the national cut off marks at 142. The Registrar and Chief Executive of NECO,Godswill Obioma,while presenting the results to the Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, Monday, in Abuja,Read More
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AFCON qualifier: Super Eagles test negative for COVID-19, jet off to Sierra Leone

By Emmanuel Okogba Nigeria’s Super Eagles players have tested negative for COVID-19 as the team prepares for the reverse fixture of the AFCON qualifier against Sierra Leone in Freetown. The team also confirmed its departure from the shores of the country on Monday. ALSO READ: Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa apologises for team’s performance against SierraRead More
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