BREAKING NEWS: Breaking News this Afternoon in Nigeria Friday 22nd March 2024

Breaking News this Afternoon in Nigeria Friday 22nd March 2024

Breaking News this Afternoon in Friday 22nd March 2024


Breaking News this Afternoon in Nigeria Friday 22nd March 2024

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Oyetola Promises Ministry's Support To MOWCA

…says regional is key to maritime industry The Minister of Marine and Blue Economy, Adegboye Oyetola, said that the Ministry would continue to support the Maritime Organisation of West and Central Africa (MOWCA) in its activities that would add value to maritime industry. According to a statement signed by Olujimi Oyetomi, Director, Press and…
New Telegraph.

Suspected Cultists Kill , Husband In Delta

suspected to be cultists have reportedly shot and killed one Mr. Bobby Kabah and his pregnant in Ogwashi-Uku, Aniocha South Local Government Area, Delta State. This is coming amid the ongoing cult battle between members of competing cult groups in the area. New Telegraph reports that Kabah was unwinding at home in the…
New Telegraph.

JUST-IN: Fire Razes Anambra Plank Market

Tragedy struck on Thursday night at the Ọgbo-Osisi Market, also known as plank market, in Onitsha, Anambra State with some portion of the market completely destroyed by fire. The Public Relations Officer for the Anambra State , SP Tochukwu Ikenga, confirmed the occurrence and informed reporters that police officers, under the direction of a divisional…
New Telegraph.

CDK Integrated Hosts Tilers Association For Innovation, Growth

CDK Integrated Industries, a leading manufacturers of premium porcelain tiles in Nigeria, recently hosted the esteemed Tilers Association of Nigeria for a productive engagement aimed at exploring mutual opportunities, partnerships, and collaboration. The visit, which saw executive members of the Tilers Association of Nigeria converging at CDK's facility, provided a platform for constructive dialogue between…
New Telegraph.

Kimemia: We're Empowering Nigerian Through Investment Immigration

As the craze for double citizenship takes toll on Nigerians, women are also tagging along to gain from the arrangement by making themselves available for investment immigration processes, which is fast gaining ground. Far from the rigorous and tortuous greener pasture chase, which has seen so many Nigerians stranded outside the country, investment immigration has…
New Telegraph.

Deregulation: Diesel Records Increased Prices in 3 States

Three states, Akwa Ibom, Gombe and Kwara paid the highest average price for a litre of automotive gas oil, popularly known as diesel in the preceding month of February as a result of enforcement of deregulation policy on automotive gas by the government. The Federal Government had stopped subsidy on diesel and kerosene in 2004…
New Telegraph.

Poor Documentation: Nigeria Loses N1.14trn in Cowpea Exports

Nigeria is losing a total of 1.6 million tonnes of dried cowpea nuts valued at N1.14 trillion ($816 million) due to lack proper processing and documentation for export. It was learnt that Nigeria, which consumed 3.6 million tonnes of the nuts annually, is currently producing 5.2 million tonnes valued at $2.7 billion or 37 per…
New Telegraph.

LCCI: Non-intervention in Inflation Distorting Investment Plans

Following the recent data released by (NBS) that the country's headline inflation rate reached 31.70 per cent in February 2024, the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has said non-intervention by government is distorting business processes and plans. LCCI emphasised that the unbaiting inflationary pressures had continued to distort the…
New Telegraph.

Nasarawa Varsity Students Die In Stamped Over Rush For Palliatives

Pandemonium occured on Friday at the Nasarawa State Keffi as two  students of the instruction die in a stamped over rush for palliatives scheduled to be distributed by the state government. Governor Abdullahi Sule had penultimate week launched the distribution of food items to students of tertiary institutions in the state aims to cushion…
New Telegraph.

Edo, Ondo Guber: INEC Calls For Early Security Deployment For Hitch-Free Polls

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has called for early deployment of security personnel and other assets for hitch-free governorship elections in Edo and Ondo States. INEC Chairman, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, at a quarterly Inter-agency Consultative Committee on Election Security (ICCES) meeting in on Friday, explained that such proactive approach was responsible for the…
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