Wednesday, 2 January 2019

Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today: 2nd January



Vanguard

NGO to drag Police to UN over Melaye

A non-governmental organisation, Justice Helpline Foundation, has threatened to drag the Nigeria Police to the United Nations over what it described as constant intimidation of Senator Dino Melaye by the Police.

Thisday

We’ll Attend to Visa Applicants, US Embassy Assures

The US embassy in Nigeria has assured that its offices in Abuja and Lagos are open for all consular business, including visa interviews.

The Sun

Safety of Anambra markets our priority –Chief Ezenwankwo

President General of traders in the South East and Anambra State Amalgamated Market Traders’ Association, Chief Okwudili Ezenwankwo speaks on efforts to forestall fire incidents in the markets during the yuletide while urging traders to take safety measures including switching off their electrical appliances.

Daily Trust

APGA‘ll surpass expectations in Zamfara – Maiturare

Alhaji Abdullahi Maiturare Shinkafi is the Zamfara North senatorial candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA). In this interview, he speaks on APGA’s chances in Zamfara among other issues. Excerpts:

The Nation

Trailer crushes expectant mother, 11 others in Ibadan

Twelve persons have died in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, in a Monday night auto crash near Second Gate, New Gbagi International Market, on the new Ife-Ibadan road.

Tribune

2019: Mbaka Defies Ban, Mobilisesd Support For Buhari’s Reelection

FIERY Enugu Catholic Reverend Father Ejike Mbaka has urged Nigerians to pray hard to overcome what he tagged “impending unimaginable difficulty” in 2019, urging Nigerians to support  President Muhammadu Buhari’s reelection in 2019.

 

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