Tuesday

Top 9ja Newspaper's Headlines Today 31st July 2018

punch Headlines

  • Frequent electricity tariff hike despite N123bn bailout is injustice Dogara
  • Vodacom advocates IoT for efficient service delivery
  • Vodacom advocates IoT for efficient service delivery
  • Microsoft showcases tech start-ups with social impact
  • ATCON launches book on 100 leading telecom, ICT personalities
  • ATCON launches book on 100 leadin

Ortom Impeachment!! Now I Know Why Donald Trump Branded Us Shithole Country – Ortom Speaks


“Now I know why Trump called Nigeria a shithole country. It’s only in a shithole country that eight House of Assembly members can suspend 22 lawmakers”.
Samuel Ortom, Governor of Benue State, says the institution of impeachment proceedings against him by eight members of the state assembly would have been impossible were Nigeria not a shithole country.
Eight members of the Benue State Assembly served Ortom with impeachment notice on Monday, citing abuse of office and mismanagement of funds.

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Saturday

I Work Hard To Survive Because I Grew Up With Nothing - Chika Ike


Popular Nigerian actress, Chika Ike has said she works hard because she grew up with nothing, also revealing that she she once battled with low self-esteem and hopelessness.

I work hard because I grew up with nothing - Chika Ike lailasnewsAccording to Punch Nigeria, Chika Ike while revealing the circumstances behind her birth and upbringing in a press conference, Ike said she came from a poor background. She said;“I didn’t have a good relationship with my father growing up because he wanted a male child. Those made me understand as a child that you have to fight for yourself because it is about you alone at the end of the day.
When I was little, people would ask me what gave me the impression I could become successful in life. I once struggled to pay my rent and I have been turned down by people many times.
I didn’t get here because I am beautiful or an actress; I kept pushing myself. I do things that you will never think I can do; nobody thought I would be given an admission at the prestigious Harvard Business School.”
She also said she was aware that everyone had a limited time to spend on earth, saying she had decided to live like there was no tomorrow. She added;
“I have been through a lot in my life; I have my ups and downs. I try to have a good life because life is too short. I lost my mother when she was still very young, which made me realise that we cannot live as long as we want. You don’t even know what can happen tomorrow; so, you have to embrace every moment.”

Friday

INEC Registered Foreigners And Underaged In Northern Nigeria-- South, Middle Belts Forums

Elder statesmen from the South and the Middle Belt have accused the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, of registering foreigners and under-aged voters in Northern Nigeria.
To this end, the elders rejected the current voters registers, asking INEC to jettison same, while also asking for the immediate retirement of service chiefs who they said were long over due for retirement.
Operating under the aiges of the Southern Elders and Middle Belt Forum, the elders made the demands during a courtesy call to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, in Abuja on Wednesday.
The Forum was made up of Afenifere, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, the Pan-Niger Delta Elders Forum (PANDEF) and Middle Belt Forum.
Members of the delegation included Professor Chigozie Ogbu, Air Commodore Idongesit Nkanga, retd, Air Commodore Dan Suleiman, former Governor Olusegun Mimiko, Cornelius Adebayo and Chief Olu Falae.

Led by Chief Ayo Adebanjo of Afenifere, the elders also demanded the support of the lawmakers in the realisation of the restructuring of the country under a federal system of government.
Adebanjo said only restructuring of the country in a federal system of government would guarantee the unity of the country.
He said: “The current voters registration exercise has been compromised and marred by irregularities by the registration of under-aged and foreigners being recorded in some parts of the north.
“Accordingly, we call for the total cancellation of the INEC voters register, support and insist on restructuring and true federalism and call on the National Assembly to immediately commence a legislative agenda in that regard.
“Anything beyond restructuring, we are not for it and we believe in championing this cause, we need the support of the House.
“By conveying the idea of restructuring to you does not mean to break up Nigeria. It is the only thing that can keep Nigeria together in peace.
“We do not think that after being together for so long we should break up but we don’t want to be in a Nigeria that is dominated by one section of the country, that is anti a section of the country and extremely pro another section of the country.
“Anyone one who is opposed to the restructuring of the country is the enemy number one. We want a constitution that is agreeable to all of us…”

Henceforth Pastors And Imams Will Receive Salary-- Lagos Gov't


 
Governor Akinwunmi Ambode
Religious leaders in Lagos might be integrated into the salary structure of Lagos State as the government seeks to re-orientate its residents.
 
The Lagos State Government has announced plans to engage some religious leaders, including pastors and imams, and place them on a salary structure.

Thursday

"This Time Around We Are Watching Nigeria's Politics Closely"--US

The United States of America on Wednesday said it is carefully watching the developments in Nigeria’s politics.
The U.S. government said it strongly believes in elections and democratic process globally including in Nigeria.
The Deputy Chief of Mission of the U.S. Embassy in Nigeria, David Youn‎g, made his government’s position known to journalists in Kaduna.
Mr Young also called for neutrality of the police and other security agencies in the country.
According to him, his country believes democratic process goes hand in hand with basic freedoms and fair treatment for all according to the rule of law.
‎”We are all watching very carefully the political development in Nigeria in the last two days,” he said in apparent reference to the defection of dozens of federal lawmakers from Nigeria’s ruling party, APC, on Tuesday.
There were also instances of security siege on the two presiding officers of the Senate on Tuesday, ostensibly to prevent them from presiding over the Senate on that day. Senate President Bukola Saraki eventually maneuvered his way to the Senate where he presided over the defection of 14 senators, majority to the opposition PDP. His deputy, Ike Ekweremadu could not due to the siege on his home.
“I want to reiterate very strongly the United States Government’s position about elections and democratic process. This ‎implies in Nigeria and indeed all around the world,” Mr Young said.
“In all countries, my country believes very strongly that democratic process goes hand in hand with basic freedoms and fair treatment for all according to the rule of law.
“So, importantly, matters of rule of law goes hand in hand with transparency and justice which include neutrality of police and security agencies.
“Again, United State is a partner with Nigeria and we strongly believe in the principles of free, fair, transparent and credible democratic process and elections‎ before, during and after elections,” he said.
Mr Young was on a fact finding trip to Zamfara, Plateau and Kaduna states over the ongoing security challenges in those areas.

Sunday

Mysterious Fire Razed Shops In Jos Main Market

Mystery fire razed over 200 shops erected on the rubble of the earlier burnt Jos main market, Plateau State.
The cause of the fire, officials and the victims could not say, but, while some people said the fire started at about 1.30am, the state Fire Service said it got a call around 12.30am and got to the scene at about 12.45am. The affected shops deal mostly in second-hand

Friday

Top 9ja Newspaper Headlines Today 20th July 2018

  • Vanguard Headlines
    • ALGON threatens to mobilise against Adeosun over allocation from FAAC
    • Reps resolution to suspend me, act of lawlessness ‘Omo-Agege
    • Tribute to Justice Alloysius Katsina-alu
    • INVESTMENTS: Otti tackles Ikpeazu over foreign trips
    • Why I want to be

Thursday

Christian Foundation Full Story: Zainab Bulus Bawa is a 16 year old Hausa Christian Girl From Kaduna, Released By Boko Haram


Read the press statement from Hausa Christians Foundation HACFO below;
Zainab Bulus Bawa is a 16
 year old Hausa Christian Girl from Kugawa of Kubau LGA, Kaduna State Nigeria, who was forcefully taken away from her parents, spellbound, converted to Islam, detained and married off by the Village Head of Anchau Alhaji Idris Yusuf, Alhaji Usman Idris Kugawa and the Islamic leaders of that area without the consent of her biological parents is now freed after four months of battle for her freedom.
Saleh Idi Magami is a young Hausa

Top 9ja Newspaper Headlines Today 19th July 2018

  • Sun Headlines
    • I’ll expose Okorocha ‘ Umeh
    • HIV: Nigeria accounts for half of new infections in West Africa ‘ UN
    • Nasarawa govt. failed to justify N309bn allocation in 6 years ‘ PDP
    • Match officials arrive for Flying Eagles, Mauritania tie

Wednesday

united States Of America Observer Group Gives Verdict On Ekiti Election

The Independent and National Electoral Commission has been given a knock by a US Observer group over the conduct of Ekiti Governorship election. 

Top 9ja Newspaper's Headlines Today 18th July 2018

Punch Headlines 
  • Killings: Buratai relocates to North-East, military parades seven Plateau suspects
  • 2019 polls to cost N242bn, Buhari tells National Assembly
  • Ekiti Assembly rejects election results, adjourns till October
  • Atiku promises to end Boko Haram as president
  • Election fell short of global standards, say US observer group, others
  • We didnt engage in vote-buying like APC, says PDP
  • Male infertility: An ignored possibility
  • Man accuses UCH of administering expired vaccine to his son
  • Should the President retain his power on asset forfeiture
Vanguard Headlines
  • Pro-restructuring rally in Benue : Why we stopped South, M-Belt leaders’ trip to Benue ‘ NAF
  • Steel: Nigeria enriching China, Dogara warns
  • Defection: No plans to dump PDP for APC, says Umahi
  • Herdsmen kill 6 persons who brought stolen cows to market
  • APC summons Ortom, Akume to Abuja
  • PTAD pays 5,382 newly enrolled pensioners N1.7bn outstanding arrears
  • Emeka Offor moves to curb mental health crisis in Nigeria
  • State govts. refusal to pay pension impede growth of CPS ‘ Operator
  • Katsina flood: FG to assist affected victims’ Osinbajo
The Sun Headlines
  • 2019: IBB endorses Kabiru Turaki’s agenda
  • Okorocha dares Umeh, Prove your worth as a senator
  • Killings, formation R-APC: Corruption fighting back to discredit Buhari
  • Etebo turned down Watford for Stoke City
  • Our regret at Russia 2018 World Cup -Supporters Club
  • Ighalo scores as Chinese Super League resumes
  • GOtv Boxing Night 15: Fijabi will taste defeat, boasts Iberu
  • AYG: Nigeria’s Judokas arrive Algeria
  • Arsenal’s new coach gives Iwobi hope

Tuesday

Court Orders Dasuki’s Release, Serves Warrant on DSS, AGF


The Federal High Court sitting in Abuja has, Tuesday, formally served the Department of State Services, DSS, and the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, AGF, with a warrant of release of the Former National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki Rtd.

Perform Your Traditional Wedding Before Church Marriage-- Anglican Bishop

The Anglican Bishop of Aguata Diocese, Anambra State, Rt Reverend Samuel Ezeofor has abolished the wedding of couples in the diocese without first performing their traditional marriage rites.
Bishop Ezeofor announced this at the

Top 9ja Newspapers Headlines Today 17th July 2018

Punch Headlines
  • 10 soldiers corpses recovered after Boko Haram attack Military sources
  • We were stopped from flying to Benue for restructuring summit Nwodo
  • Catholic priests congratulate Fayemi, ask PDP to accept defeat

Monday

Gov. Samuel Ortom dumped APC party

Gov. Samuel Ortom of Benue state says he has ceased to be a member of the All Progressives Congress (APC), following what he called “a red card” given to him.

Ortom
Ortom made this known on Monday in

‘Isreal & Palestine On The Brink Of War’ – UN

The UN Special Coordinator on the Middle East Peace Process, Mr Nickolay Mladenov, has urged Israelis and Palestinians to pull back from the brink of war.
Mladenov said this at a press conference in the Gaza Strip on Sunday amid a ceasefire holding after a day-long flare-up in fighting between Gaza and Israel Gaza militants.

“Yesterday we were on the brink of war and it has taken the concerted efforts of everyone to make sure that we step back from confrontation,” Mladenov warned.
The envoy also appealed to the Palestinian factions to not provoke incidents at the fence, to stop the firing of rockets and mortars, to stop the incendiary kites and to “give peace a chance.
“I appeal to Israel to be very restrained in its responses to the situation in Gaza.
“I appeal to snipers not to shoot children. Iappeal to everybody to step back from the brink,” he added.
The envoy also noted the stalled Palestinian reconciliation process and the dire security situation in the wake of Israel’s deadly response to the recent series of Palestinian protests that began at the Gaza border fence in March.
“I want to begin by expressing deepest condolences to the parents of all the children, whose lives have been lost in the past few weeks; to all journalists and to all medical professionals, who have lost their lives in the line of duty,” Mladenov said.
He called for concerted efforts by all to pull back from “a confrontation that nobody wants, nobody needs and in which everyone will lose’’.
“Further, the international community has the responsibility to act immediately and meet the expectations not only of providing aid to the people of Gaza but of designing a political path to move forward,” he said.
He appealed to the leadership of both Hamas and Fatah and all Palestinian factions, to take Egypt’s initiatives very seriously.
“The only realistic perspective today is this: avoid war, fix the humanitarian problems of Gaza and get back to the reconciliation process. If we are able to do this, we can achieve a lot.
“But we need and I hope we will have the full cooperation of all Palestinians and all Israelis who are sick and tired of war and conflict, who want to live in peace, and who want to see their lives not constantly threatened by rockets or air strikes,” Mladenov added.

Top 9ja Newspapers Headlines Today 16th July 2018

Vanguard Headlines
  • Fayemi’s victory is defeat of Obasanjo, Fayose ‘ Presidency
  • Gunmen kill, burn 4 policemen in Edo
  • 2019: Wike advocates consensus northern PDP presidential candidate
  • Atlantic Ocean’s surge sacks Ondo community

Sunday

Plateau Gov. Simon Bako Lalong’s Convoy Attacked At IDP Camp In Jos


Gov Simon Lalong of Plateau’s convoy was on Saturday attacked by displaced persons living at Internally Displaced Persons Camp in Jos.
The incident occurred when he visited one of the IDPs at Zawan to give relief materials to the IDPs.

You Will Have Suffering In This World. Be Courageous! I Have Conquered The World. (John 16:33)


The absence of challenges is the beginning of death. A man that faces no challenge in life is not likely to grow appropriately. I have come to realise that problems were not designed to kill

Top 9ja Newspapers Headlines Today 15th July 2018

Punch Headlines
  • BREAKING: Fayemi declaredwinnerof Ekiti election
  • Fayemi wins as APC, PDP woo voters with cash
  • Ekiti election: INEC chief, Zakari, demands apology from Fayose
  • Ekiti election: Card reader rejects Kolapos PVC

Saturday

Pastor Tunde Bakare, Has Spoken Out On Exactly Why He Went To See President Muhammadu Buhari in Aso Rock.

 

 
President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday met behind closed doors with the Senior Pastor of the Latter Rain Assembly, Tunde Bakare, Punch Metro reports.

Top 9ja Newspapers Headlines Today 14th July 2018

Punch Headlines
  • Exemption certificate: Come clean on Adeosun, Sagay tells NYSC
  • Ekiti poll: Analysis of parties strengths and weaknesses
  • PDP accuses APC, Fayemi of importing fake policemen, duplicating ballot papers
  • Ekiti governorship election: 34

Friday

Breakings: Pastor Tunde Bakare Accompanied Kemi Adeosun To Meet Buhari Amidst NYSC Scandal


President Muhammadu Buhari has met with the Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun and Pastor Tunde Bakare, at the Presidential Villa, Abuja. 

Shehu Sani Is A 'Disappointment' -- Lauretta Onochie

Angered by the statement credited to Shehu Sani , the senator representing Kaduna central, Lauretta Onochie, social media aide to president Muhammadu Buhari, on Friday took a swipe at Sani, saying that he is an ‘APC disappointment’ that will fall inside the red sea with his cohorts.

Sex Addiction Is A Serious Mental Illness--WHO


The World Health Organization (WHO) has flagged sex addiction as a form of mental illness.
This means those addicted to sex needs medical advice and intervention.
According to WHO listing, “The condition is marked by a persistent pattern of failure to control ones intense, repetitive urges resulting in repetitive sexual behaviour.”
WHO recently included gaming addiction as one of the treatable conditions.

Dr. Valerie Booth, Royal College of Psychiatrists, said “adding compulsive sexual disorder in the

End #SARS: Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) Appoint New Head In Lagos

Peter Gana, Chief Superintendent of Police, has been appointed the new head of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) in Lagos State.
Dolapo Badmos, spokeswoman of the Nigeria police force, zone 2 command, confirmed this on Thursday.

Top 9ja Newspapers Headlines Today 13th July 2018

Vanguard Headlines
  • Edo PDP protests police brutality on Fayose
  • Go collect your PVCs, Bamgbetan urge Lagosians
  • Northern group seeks probe, prosecution of PDP, others for forgeries
  • Onaiyekan, Ekweremadu, TuFace to unveil social media app for Catholics Sunday
  • Senate begins move to establish state, community police
  • Senate probes Enugu airport runway project
  • Police attack: Imo, Abia PDP protest alleged intimidation of Fayose
  • Buhari’s stand on restructuring faulty ‘ Dickson
  • Abia youth group urges Ogah to run for governor
Punch Headlines
  • How we paid June salaries without FAAC Wike
  • Ekweremadu, 75 senators lay state police bill before Senate
  • Yakasai, Ezekwesili knock Buhari for security racking brains comment
  • NYSC DG advises corps members
  • PDP to Al-Makura: Site cattle ranches in your village
  • 32 get mass burial, as NASS, Tambuwal, govs condemn Sokoto killings
  • Buhari withholds assent, returns four bills to National Assembly
  • Looters of TETFund grant to be prosecuted soon Magu
  • Again, Mathematics scares pupils, parents

Thisday Headlines
  • NIMASA Engages CBN on Special Interest Rate for Maritime Asset Acquisition
  • Report: Despite N299.6bn Revenue, Maritime Sector Operates Inefficiently
  • Why Nigerian Airlines Cannot Fly International Routes
  • Expert Calls for Agro-industralised Nigerian Economy
  • Soyinka on a Suspicious Path
  • Dangote Cement Bags SON Quality Certification
  • Imbibing a Culture of Saving, Investing
  • As InfraCredit Joins League of Harvard Business School Cases
  • GSMA Supports NCC’s Spectrum Trading Policy

Thursday

Kemi Adeosun's Exemption Certificate Is Fake-- Former NYSC Director Claims


A retired Director of Mobilisation at the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Anthony Ani, has given reasons the purported ‘Certificate of Exemption’ owned by Nigeria’s Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, is not genuine and “wouldn’t have emanated from the NYSC”.
Adeosun was alleged to have skipped the mandatory NYSC year and went ahead to procure a certificate to cover her tracks.
She is yet to respond to the allegations since they became public last weekend.
Ani, who appeared on Channels Television’s breakfast show, Sunrise Daily, said the certificate had footprints of a fake NYSC certificate.
He insisted that there was no way NYSC would issue Certificate of Exemption to anyone who graduated before 30 years.
“You don’t apply for either NYSC certificate or NYSC certificate of national service or certificate of exemption, you present yourself for mobilisation. The system will determine whether you are to be exempted or you are not to be exempted,” Ani said.
Answering another question, he insisted that “[by] the NYSC procedure, you don’t apply for exemption and expect a certificate. You make yourself available [for mobilisation], when you are mobilised, those who are to be exempted are exempted and those who are to be deployed are deployed.”

Senate Set To Receive Bill Altering The Constitution Of Nigeria, To Create State Police


The Senate is set to receive for first reading, a Bill to alter the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and create state police.
According to the order paper of the upper legislative chambers for Thursday, the bill is listed as the first item for presentation.

Top 9ja Newspapers Headlines Today 12th July 2018

Punch Headlines
  • Plateau Assembly impeaches Speaker, Majority Leader
  • Drama as Fayose weeps, claims he was beaten by policemen
  • Exemption certificate allegedly issued to Adeosun fake Ex-NYSC director
  • Suspected herdsmen kill 42, sack 12

Sheik Ibrahim El-Zakzaky’s Trial, Schools, Banks, Offices Shutdown In Kaduna

Banks, offices, schools shut in Kaduna over

Shiite Leader, Sheik Ibrahim El-zakzaky
Business and commercial activities were, yesterday, paralysed in Kaduna following the resumed trial of Ibraheem El-Zakzaky, leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, IMN

Wednesday

Hailey Baldwin And Justin Bieber Celebrates Their Engagement With Photographs, Showing Her Flat Stomach

They have confirmed their engagement following a whirlwind romance.
Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber celebrated the next step in their relationship with a sun-drenched Bahamas getaway on Tuesday.

Ekiti Decides 2018: Gov. Fayose Chased And Teargassed By Security Men In Gov't House, He's Receiving Treatment


Ekiti State governor, Ayo Fayose, has escaped death in the hands of security operatives who allegedly fired teargas at him.

Reports have it that security operatives blocked the government house in the state capital, Ado-Ekiti, a development

Tuesday

BREAKING NEWS! Real Madrid Confirm Ronaldo Is Moving To Juventus

Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo is set to join Juventus, the Spanish club have confirmed.
It is understood a deal worth £105m has been reached between the two clubs that will see the 33-year-old Portuguese end a nine-year stay at the Bernabeu.

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