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Kaduna Govt Employs PhD Holder As Primary School Teacher

A Ph.D. holder was among the 13,606 teachers employed for public primary schools by the Kaduna State Government.

#OsunDecides2018: Omisore Faults Electoral Process, Alleges Vote Buying

The Social Democratic Party’s candidate in the Osun State guber poll Iyiola Omisore has claimed that the voting process was flawed.

Kaduna State Declares Free Education For Secondary School Girls

The Kaduna State Government has declared free education for secondary school girls in the state, a move meant to increase female enrollment.
Buhari Lacks Vision, Capacity To Lead Nigeria - Saraki

I Could Not Afford N22.5m For APC Nomination Forms – Buhari’s Minister

Nigeria's Minister of Communications Barrister Adebayo Shittu said he could not afford to pay the N22.5m for the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship nomination forms.

Jonathan Says David Mark Can Unite Nigeria As President

Immediate past President of Nigeria Goodluck Jonathan, says only a man with the strength of character and clear conscience like Senator David Mark is needed to rebuild a fragmented and disunited Nigeria in 2019.

FRSC Releases Recruitment Screening Time-Table

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has released its nationwide recruitment screening time-table for applicants who applied for the corps’ recruitment into the different Cadres.
EU Speaks On Osun Election

EU Speaks On Osun Election

The head of the European Union delegation to Nigeria Ketil Karlsen, says the union is keeping its eyes on vote-buying in the Osun state governorship election.

Catholic Bishop Accused Of Abducting, Raping Nun 13 Times Denied Bail

Bishop Franco Mulakkal, a roman catholic priest accused of raping a nun, was refused bail on Saturday, and will remain in police custody to face questioning.

Buhari To Depart For UN General Assembly On Sunday

President Buhari will on Sunday leave Nigeria for New York to participate in the 73rd Session of United Nations General Assembly.

NYSC Slams Buhari’s Minister For Skipping Service

NYSC has slammed the Minister of Communications for saying the political office he held had compensated for failing to take part in national service.
Lawyer Stripped Of SAN Nomination Days To Conferment

Lawyer Stripped Of SAN Nomination Days To Conferment

The Legal Practitioners’ Privileges Committee (LPPC) has stripped Ikhide Ehighelua, a lawyer, of his nomination for the title of a senior advocate of Nigeria (SAN). 
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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines Saturday, September 22nd

Good morning Nigeria and welcome to the concise roundup of top Nigerian newspapers headlines today, Saturday, September 22nd.
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Abdulsalami Cautions Against Disintegration Ahead 2019 Elections

Nigeria should not plunge into crisis because of the 2019 elections, a former Head of state, Abdulsalami Abubakar has warned

Babangida Kidnapped In Kano

Babangida, the son of the Chairman of Kiru Local Government area of Kano state, Nasiru Muazu, has been kidnapped.
Names Of Successful Applicants In Police Recruitment 2018 Exercise Released

New Police Commissioner Appointed In Zamfara

Police authorities have appointed Usman Alhassan as the new Commissioner of Police for Zamfara State Command.
Omokri Thanks Followers As Displaced 'Poetic English Speaker' Gets Financial Aid

Omokri Thanks Followers As Displaced ‘Poetic English Speaker’ Gets Financial Aid

Reno Omokri, a former aide to immediate past President of Nigeria Goodluck Jonathan, has thanked his Twitter followers for donating money to Kate Dekpe, the displaced poetic pidgin English speaker from Warri, Delta state, southern Nigeria.

First Nation MD To Face Trial Over N1.7 Billion Fraud

An Ikeja special offences court has ordered the managing director of First Nation Airways  Kayode Odukoya, to face trial over alleged N1.7 billion theft charge proffered against him by the Economic an d Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). 

Buhari’s Minister Defends Decision To Skip NYSC

Nigeria's Minister of Communications, Adebayo Shittu, on Friday defended his decision to skip the mandatory one year National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) programme.

Italian Court Jails Middlemen Involved In Malabu Deal

An Italian court sitting in Milan, a Nigerian Emeka Obi, and Gianluca Di Nardo, an Italian, to a four-year jail term for their complicity in a bribery scandal linked to the sale of OPL 245 in 2011.

One Dead As Soldiers, Shiites Clash In Yobe

A bloody face-off between soldiers and members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) in Yobe state has left one person reportedly dead and three others injured.
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