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Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today: 14th May, 2019

Tuesday 14 May 2019


Soyinka pays tributes to Leah, compares her to Mandela

Nobel laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka, has lambasted the United States for the delay in designating Boko Haram a terror group, paying glowing tributes to Leah Sharibu in an ode to Leah and Chibok girls.


Elections Hacking Now Real in Africa, Says Mahama

Countries in Africa that have adopted Information Technology (IT) in their electoral processes now have to deal with a new challenge, systems hacking, which now threatens the practice of democracy in the continent, a former President of Ghana, Mr. John Mahama, has said.

The Sun

Buhari must consolidate on his past performance – Amosan  

Alhaji Abdulraman Olalekan Amosan, Secretary, Roads Transport Employers Association of Nigeria (RTEAN), Lagos State Chapter, has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to do more in the socio-economic and infrastructure development of the nation, as well as in the implementation of policies and projects in order to reciprocate the huge votes given to him by the citizens, which led to his victory at the just concluded presidential election.


Senate under pressure to reject Emefiele’s reappointment

Forces against the reappointment of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor Godwin Emefiele have stepped up pressure on the Senate to reject his confirmation.


Police Arrest Serial Rapist For Killing Female Nursing Officer In Kano

Kano State Police Public Relation Officer, DSP Haruna Abdullahi, has said that the Command has succeeded in arresting a 20-year-old man, one Bashir Yahaya, of Kabuga quarters for allegedly killing a 20-year-old Nurse, Aisha Kabir for resisting being raped by the culprit.


Emulate House Of Reps’ Approval Of Draft Tobacco Regulations, ERA/FoEN Urges Senate

THE Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria (ERA/FoEN) has commended the House of Representatives for passage of the Draft National Tobacco Control Regulations and wants the Senate to do the same as a legacy achievement of the current National Assembly.

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