Saturday, 5 January 2019

Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today: 5th January


Tears in Benue as PDP buries eight deceased members

Emotion betrayed many while tears flowed freely in Oju when the eight members of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, who died in a ghastly motor accident last Friday, on their way to the Benue south senatorial campaign flag-off in Agatu were laid to rest.


PDP Accuses Masari of Squandering Billions on Security

The Katsina State Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Hon. Salisu Yusuf Majigiri, yesterday, accused the ruling All Progressives Congress, (APC) government in the state of spending billions of naira “without securing” the lives and property of the citizenry.

The Sun

Afenifere leaders against Buhari are not progressives – Fasae, factional leader

Factional leader of Afenifere, a pan-Yoruba group, which has made known its support for President Muhammadu Buhari’s re-election bid, Akin Fasae, has said that their support for the President is a matter of principle and a way to repay him for his admirable performance in office.

Daily Trust

‘With no stolen funds, we’ve changed Adamawa’s political landscape’

Nuruddeen Nyako is the governorship candidate of Green Party of Nigeria (GPN) in Adamawa State

The Nation

Two killed in Benue community over who control market levy

Two persons have been reportedly killed and property worth millions of naira destroyed following an outbreak of violence in Kornya , Konshisha Local Government Area of  Benue State.


Senate Crisis: We Have Agreed On Cease Fire —Ndume

Members of the 8th Senate have agreed to put aside their differences and work in harmony for the progress of Nigeria, former  Majority Leader, Senator Ali Ndume, (APC-Borno South), has said.


Shisha Contains High Levels Of Cancer-causing Metals – Study

New studies have foundthat medwakh and shisha tobacco contain more nickel, chromium, copper and zinc than cigarettes which causes cancer.


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