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Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Wednesday 18th November 2020

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Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Wednesday 18th November 2020

Breaking News in Nigeria Today Wednesday 18th November 2020

Here are some of the Breaking News in Nigeria Today Wednesday 18th November 2020 on some of the nation newspapers .

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When angels are at war for you

Title: Angels at War for You Author: I.G. Newman Publishers: Heritage Publication Place of publication: Jos Year of publication: 2012 Number of pages: 122 Reviewer: Nwagbo Obi   The book Angels at War for You is an endeavour by the author I. G. Newman to remind humanity that what God promised in Exodus 23:20; “I …

Voiceless: Untold story of love, death, betrayals, hope in season of insurgency

Last Thursday, three major Nollywood studios, Native Media, Theatrone Media, and Whitestone Pictures, jointly announced the release of their much-anticipated, insurgency-inspired romantic-thriller, Voiceless.   This feature film brings to the fore, the plight of Boko Haram abductees, the psychological trauma they are subjected to, and the difficulty of re-integrating them back into the society. Voiceless …


Revenue remittance: Reps move to quiz heads of agencies

In the last one week, the House of Representatives has summoned top officials from the executive over nonremittance of funds due for government coffers. PHILIP NYAM reports   Apart from lawmaking and representation, the legislature is charged with oversight and investigation of activities of Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) and one committee that is …

Echoes of restructuring at S’West parley

Felix Nwaneri reports on renewed calls for restructuring, fiscal federalism, good governance and youth empowerment at the dialogue between South- West governors, traditional rulers and a delegation of the Federal Government during a recent meeting in Lagos   Governors of the six states of the South-West States, traditional rulers, as well as security chiefs and …

Surgery gone awry: Save my life, dying mother begs

Medical experts are currently battling to save the life of a 30-year-old mother, whose intestines were allegedly stitched and subsequently cut off by surgeons at Igando General Hospital during a Caesarean Section, reports MURITALA AYINLA     It is a dream of every couple to be blessed with a baby shortly after their wedding. Indeed, …

Technical hitches in Nigeria’s financial institutions

The invention of the Automated Teller M a c h i n e (ATM) into the banking sector was indeed a right step in the right direction, to assert the least. Any discerning mindset can attest to this assertion.   However, the said device has hitherto been conspicuously giving its teeming users in Nigeria a …

Time to save the varsity system

The failure of the Federal Government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to resolve the intractable crisis affecting the nation’s university system in the last eight months signposts the value Nigeria places on education.   It is indeed worrisome that the on-going nationwide industrial action embarked upon by the university lecturers since March …


Distressed, counting their losses over flood

It is a normal occurrence in Bayelsa State every year. During the rainy season, some communities in the state are often flooded at different levels. In 2012 and 2018, flood was a major disaster in the state. In 2020, it was not as high as those two years, but the impact is telling on residents …

Cashew exporters lose N552bn to poor processing

Nigerian exporters are losing N552billion or 66.7 per cent annually to unprocessed cashew annually in the global market.   Finding revealed that the country has the capacity to produce 300,000 metric tonnes of the nuts annually but due to lack of facilities, the country was selling its product at 33.3 per cent of the value. …

DFIs: BoI, FMBN, NEXIM, others’ assets hit N2.5trn

Rising FG sets aside N15bn for recapitalisation of Development Finance Institution next year   The total assets of the country’s seven development finance institutions (DFIs) increased by 22.3 per cent to N2.5 trillion at end-June 2020, compared with N2.02 trillion at end-December 2019, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has said.   The institutions include …

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