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    The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

  • SON bursts syndicate adulterating lubricants in Lagos
    A team of the Surveillance, Investigation and Monitoring (SIM), Unit of SON has uncovered a lubricant adulterating syndicate at a residential property situated at number 25 Isoko Street, Sunny Bus-stop, Ojo in the Alaba International Market area of Lagos State. Officials of the organisation swooped on the location and arrested... Read more »
  • Lagos LG polls: APC loses 2 of 377 councillorship seats to PDP, YPP
    The ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in Lagos State lost only two councilorship seats in last Saturday’s local government elections in the state. The post Lagos LG polls: APC loses 2 of 377 councillorship seats to PDP, YPP appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News.... Read more »
  • Police arrest suspected burglar of COVID-19 isolation centre
    The Police Command in Osun on Tuesday arrested a burglar who allegedly stole an air-conditioning system from a COVID-19 isolation centre in Osogbo. The post Police arrest suspected burglar of COVID-19 isolation centre appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News.... Read more »
  • Boko Haram Cameroon attack kills five soldiers, civilian
    Boko Haram islamists killed five Cameroonian soldiers and a civilian in an attack in the far north of the country, the defence ministry said Tuesday. The post Boko Haram Cameroon attack kills five soldiers, civilian appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News.... Read more »
  • Tokyo 2020 Olympics: D’Tigers look to bounce back with win against desperate Germany
    Nigeria’s D’Tigers will be back in action in the early hours of Wednesday in Saitama, the venue of the basketball events of the Olympic Games to take on a desperate German team in a Group B match the African champions have a very good chance of emerging victorious. Both Nigeria... Read more »
  • Connecting the dots to deliver true customer service
    Customer service must evolve if companies want to deliver true value and radically change engagement JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, 27 July 2021 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- Most companies have invested in some form of digital customer experience toolkit or technology solution to gain deeper understanding, improve processes, and streamline engagements. Most have looked at... Read more »
  • How Nigerian youths can take over power in 2023 — Yahaya Bello
    Gov. Yahaya Bello of Kogi on Tuesday called on the youth to make conscious efforts at “wrestling” power from the elders in order to assume the mantle of the country’s leadership in 2023. The post How Nigerian youths can take over power in 2023 — Yahaya Bello appeared first on... Read more »
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    New Telegraph

  • Longstanding national record under threat as young Ogunbanwo competes in Tokyo
      When Abiola Ogunbanwo arrives at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre on Wednesday for the start of the first heat of the women’s 100m freestyle, she would be going into the record books as only the 10th Nigerian to take part in swimming at the Olympic Games. But she could also... Read more »
  • Omar Assar equals Aruna Quadri’s Olympics feat at Tokyo
    Egypt’s Omar Assar has equaled Quadri Aruna’s Olympic Games record as the second African player to reach the quarterfinal stage of the men’s singles table tennis event at Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Nigeria’s Aruna became the first African to reach the quarterfinal after his quarterfinal finish at Rio 2016 Olympic... Read more »
  • Igboho: Nothing lasts forever, Yoruba Group tells Buhari, Malami, Buratai, others
    …Says ‘No oppressor has ever triumphed against the people’ A Yoruba self-determination group, “Yoruba Koya Liberation Movement” (YKLM), yesterday flayed President Muhammad Buhari and other government officials who are behind the travail of Yoruba Nation Activist, Sunday Adeyemo (a.k.a. Sunday Igboho) in the Republic of Benin, urging them to desist... Read more »
  • Cybercrimes: Court jails Unilorin, KWASU, Kwara Poly students
    A Kwara State High Court sitting in Ilorin has convicted Abubakar Abdulbashir Opeyemi, a final year student of the University of Ilorin (Unilorin) and two other undergraduate students, Alimi Abiodun and Idowu Rasaq Olarewaju, of the Kwara State University (KWASU) and Kwara State Polytechnic (Kwara Poly) respectively. They were arraigned... Read more »
  • Rabies: US bans importation of dogs from Nigeria, 112 countries
    The United States of America has tightened surveillance on the country’s livestock sector, banning importation of dogs from Nigeria and 112 other countries. It was disclosed that the sanction was due to Nigeria’s ineffective and faulty dogs’ vaccination system against the prevention of rabies. This disclosure was made in Abuja... Read more »
  • Buhari’s London visit, wasteful, unjustifiable – PDP
    The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has described as wasteful and unjustifiable, President Muhammadu Buhari’s visit to London. The president left for the United Kingdom on Monday to attend the Education Summit on Financing Global Partnership for Education (GPE) 2021-2025. The presidency also said Buhari will use the opportunity to see... Read more »
  • Disclose confidential information, face consequences, Perm. Sec. warns State House staff
    The Permanent Secretary, State House, Tijjani Umar, has cautioned staff against disclosure of confidential information without authorization, failing which they would be made to face the consequences in line with the public service rules. Umar gave this warning Tuesday at the administration of Oath of Secrecy and Declaration of Secrecy... Read more »
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    Blueprint Newspapers Limited

  • Bermuda becomes smallest country to win Olympics gold
    With a population of just 63,000, Bermuda became the smallest nation or territory to win an Olympic gold medal at a summer Games when Flora Duffy won the triathlon in Tokyo.The 33-year-old, making her fourth appearance at an Olympics, came out on top of the 56-woman field with a time... Read more »
  • Breaking: Explosion rocks German city, 2 dead, many injured
    An explosion in a German industrial park on Tuesday killed at least two people and injured 31, setting off a fierce blaze that sent a pall of smoke over the western city of Leverkusen. Several people were still missing. Emergency services took three hours to extinguish the fire at the... Read more »
  • Assessing Sokoto state and fiscal management
    Owing to the prudent management of resources and compliance to fiscal responsibility act, Sokoto state has been ranked the best in North-west by major rating agencies. SIDI UMAR reports.Before the current administration of Aminu Waziri Tambuwal came onboard in 2015, Sokoto state was among the states that totally depended on... Read more »
  • 880 new wigs admitted to Nigerian Bar
    Not less than 880 law graduates, who were successful in the December 2020 Bar final examinations were Tuesday, admitted to the Nigerian Bar at a ceremony held at the Eagle Square in Abuja. The examination which conferred the honour on them was conducted by the Nigerian Law School under the... Read more »
  • Electoral reform in Nigeria: Light at the end of the tunnel?
    The Nigerian watchdogs, the indefatigable press reported elaborately the entertaining drama played by senators and members of the House of Representatives during the passage of the electoral reform bill. The passage was done on Thursday, July 15, and Friday, July 16, 2021 in the Senate and House of Representatives, respectively.... Read more »
  • Nigeria’s built Industry has progressed despite COVID 19 – Fashola
    The Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola, has said despite the socio economic consequences of Covid 19 pandemic, operatives of the built industry have continued to make progress.  A statement issued by the Director Press and Public Relations, Federal Ministry of Works and Housing, Miss Boade Akinola on... Read more »
  • NEITI accuses ND Western, Shoreline of over-reporting crude oil losses
    The Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI), has accused two oil companies, ND Western Limited and Shoreline Natural Resources of reporting crude oil losses higher than their production output for the year 2019. NEITI, in its 2019 oil and gas audit report released recently, said the company over-reported the losses... Read more »
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    Blueprint Newspapers Limited

  • Bermuda becomes smallest country to win Olympics gold
    With a population of just 63,000, Bermuda became the smallest nation or territory to win an Olympic gold medal at a summer Games when Flora Duffy won the triathlon in Tokyo.The 33-year-old, making her fourth appearance at an Olympics, came out on top of the 56-woman field with a time... Read more »
  • Breaking: Explosion rocks German city, 2 dead, many injured
    An explosion in a German industrial park on Tuesday killed at least two people and injured 31, setting off a fierce blaze that sent a pall of smoke over the western city of Leverkusen. Several people were still missing. Emergency services took three hours to extinguish the fire at the... Read more »
  • Assessing Sokoto state and fiscal management
    Owing to the prudent management of resources and compliance to fiscal responsibility act, Sokoto state has been ranked the best in North-west by major rating agencies. SIDI UMAR reports.Before the current administration of Aminu Waziri Tambuwal came onboard in 2015, Sokoto state was among the states that totally depended on... Read more »
  • 880 new wigs admitted to Nigerian Bar
    Not less than 880 law graduates, who were successful in the December 2020 Bar final examinations were Tuesday, admitted to the Nigerian Bar at a ceremony held at the Eagle Square in Abuja. The examination which conferred the honour on them was conducted by the Nigerian Law School under the... Read more »
  • Electoral reform in Nigeria: Light at the end of the tunnel?
    The Nigerian watchdogs, the indefatigable press reported elaborately the entertaining drama played by senators and members of the House of Representatives during the passage of the electoral reform bill. The passage was done on Thursday, July 15, and Friday, July 16, 2021 in the Senate and House of Representatives, respectively.... Read more »
  • Nigeria’s built Industry has progressed despite COVID 19 – Fashola
    The Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola, has said despite the socio economic consequences of Covid 19 pandemic, operatives of the built industry have continued to make progress.  A statement issued by the Director Press and Public Relations, Federal Ministry of Works and Housing, Miss Boade Akinola on... Read more »
  • NEITI accuses ND Western, Shoreline of over-reporting crude oil losses
    The Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI), has accused two oil companies, ND Western Limited and Shoreline Natural Resources of reporting crude oil losses higher than their production output for the year 2019. NEITI, in its 2019 oil and gas audit report released recently, said the company over-reported the losses... Read more »
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    Blueprint Newspapers Limited

  • Bermuda becomes smallest country to win Olympics gold
    With a population of just 63,000, Bermuda became the smallest nation or territory to win an Olympic gold medal at a summer Games when Flora Duffy won the triathlon in Tokyo.The 33-year-old, making her fourth appearance at an Olympics, came out on top of the 56-woman field with a time... Read more »
  • Breaking: Explosion rocks German city, 2 dead, many injured
    An explosion in a German industrial park on Tuesday killed at least two people and injured 31, setting off a fierce blaze that sent a pall of smoke over the western city of Leverkusen. Several people were still missing. Emergency services took three hours to extinguish the fire at the... Read more »
  • Assessing Sokoto state and fiscal management
    Owing to the prudent management of resources and compliance to fiscal responsibility act, Sokoto state has been ranked the best in North-west by major rating agencies. SIDI UMAR reports.Before the current administration of Aminu Waziri Tambuwal came onboard in 2015, Sokoto state was among the states that totally depended on... Read more »
  • 880 new wigs admitted to Nigerian Bar
    Not less than 880 law graduates, who were successful in the December 2020 Bar final examinations were Tuesday, admitted to the Nigerian Bar at a ceremony held at the Eagle Square in Abuja. The examination which conferred the honour on them was conducted by the Nigerian Law School under the... Read more »
  • Electoral reform in Nigeria: Light at the end of the tunnel?
    The Nigerian watchdogs, the indefatigable press reported elaborately the entertaining drama played by senators and members of the House of Representatives during the passage of the electoral reform bill. The passage was done on Thursday, July 15, and Friday, July 16, 2021 in the Senate and House of Representatives, respectively.... Read more »
  • Nigeria’s built Industry has progressed despite COVID 19 – Fashola
    The Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola, has said despite the socio economic consequences of Covid 19 pandemic, operatives of the built industry have continued to make progress.  A statement issued by the Director Press and Public Relations, Federal Ministry of Works and Housing, Miss Boade Akinola on... Read more »
  • NEITI accuses ND Western, Shoreline of over-reporting crude oil losses
    The Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI), has accused two oil companies, ND Western Limited and Shoreline Natural Resources of reporting crude oil losses higher than their production output for the year 2019. NEITI, in its 2019 oil and gas audit report released recently, said the company over-reported the losses... Read more »
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    THISDAYLIVE

  • Osinbajo: Judiciary Needs to Embrace Technology, Innovation
    Deji Elumoye in Abuja Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has stressed the need for the nation’s judiciary to embrace technology and innovation for the evolution of the profession and national development. This, he said, is necessary to ensure that the country’s justice delivery mechanism is run on a system of enforceable,... Read more »
  • FG to Boost Benue’s Agric Sector, Says Minister
    The federal government has expressed its desire to transform the agriculture sector of Benue State in order to boost food production and encourage exportation. This was disclosed yesterday by the Minister of State for Industry, Trade and Investment, Mariam Katagum, in Makurdi at the official inauguration of the state office... Read more »
  • 85m Nigerians May Lose Jobs, Says Minister
    Kuni Tyessi in Abuja The Minister of State for Science and Technology, Mr. Mohammed Abdullahi, has disclosed that 85 million Nigerians are on the verge to lose their jobs due to lack of digital knowledge and skills. The Minister stated this yesterday as the special guest of honour at the... Read more »
  • Insurgency: Army Chief Canvases Synergy of Armed Forces to Defeat Adversaries
    24 newly promoted AIGs decorated By Kingsley Nwezeh The Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Faruk Yahaya, has said that with synergy in the armed forces, security challenges confronting the nation would be surmounted. Yahaya spoke at the decoration ceremony for the 24 newly promoted Assistant Inspectors-General of Police (AIGs)... Read more »
  • Abdulrazaq Approves Four Years’ Promotion Arrears for SUBEB Teachers
    Kwara State Governor, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, has approved the implementation of promotion arrears for tens of thousands of teachers and staff of the state Universal Basic Education Board (KWSUBEB), effectively ending years of career stagnation that brought workers’ morale to an all-time low. The announcement by the SUBEB Chairman, Prof. Shehu... Read more »
  • Lagos LG Poll Winners to Get Certificate of Return Today
    The Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission (LASIEC) yesterday said that it would present Certificate of Return to winners in last Saturday’s local government election today. Spokesperson of LASIEC, Mr.Tope Ojo, disclosed this in chat with jounalists in Lagos. Ojo said: “Our next responsibility now is to issue the Certificate of... Read more »
  • N3bn Loan: Ex-Bayelsa Radio GM Drags Justice Commissioner Before NBA
    By Olusegun Samuel Former General Manager of Bayelsa State Broadcasting Corporation, Mr. John Idumange, has filed a petitioned against the State’s Commissioner for Justice and Attorney-General, Mr. Biriyai Dambo (SAN) before the Disciplinary Committee of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA). Idumange, in the petition, alleged that the attorney-general perverted justice... Read more »
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    Daily Post Nigeria

  • Three in detention for allegedly blackmailing Gov Abdulrazaq, sister
    Three suspects who allegedly concocted viral news and injurious statements against Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq of Kwara State and his sister, Khairat Gwadabe, are now in detention in Ilorin. Their detention followed a petition written by the state Ministry of Justice. The spokesman of the state police command, Mr Okasanmi Ajayi,... Read more »
  • Sunday Igboho: Islamic group attacks Afenifere for comparing Yoruba activist to Prophet Muhammed, Moses
    The Muslim Rights Concern, MURIC, has asked the leading Yoruba social-political organisation, Afenifere, to tender an unreserved apology for comparing popular activist, Sunday Igboho, to Prophet Muhammad (SAW). Afenifere had recently compared the activist’s current travail in Benin Republic to that of Prophet Muhammad in Madinah. But MURIC, in a... Read more »
  • Igbo Assembly frowns at delay strategy in Kanu’s trial, slams southeast govs on insecurity
    The Igbos in Spain, under the aegis of the Igbo General Assembly (IGA) has condemned what it termed as unlawful strategy to delay the trial of the leader of the Indigeneous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. The Assembly lamented that failure of the Department of State Services (DSS)... Read more »
  • What I expect from Ronaldo next season at Juventus – Allegri
    Returning Juventus manager, Max Allegri, has said he expects “more responsibility” from Cristiano Ronaldo next season. Allegri is back two years after leaving the role, having been replaced first by Maurizio Sarri and then Andrea Pirlo. Since his departure in 2019, experienced players such as Gianluigi Buffon and Andrea Barzagli... Read more »
  • Ex-Chelsea defender, Ashley Cole reacts to his new coaching job
    Chelsea hero, Ashley Cole, has expressed happiness after been appointed as the new assistant manager of England’s U21 team. Cole described his new coaching job as a special feeling, adding that he can’t wait to get started. DAILY POST had earlier reported that Cole will work alongside former Everton midfielder,... Read more »
  • Real Madrid confirm Varane’s departure
    Real Madrid have announced the club has agreed a deal with Manchester United to sell Raphael Varane. The price for the France defender is believed to be £41m including add-ons. “Real Madrid C. F. and Manchester United FC have agreed on the transfer of player Raphael Varane. “Our club thanks... Read more »
  • Buhari govt vs Nnamdi Kanu: UK offers assistance to IPOB leader
    The British High Commissioner to Nigeria, Catriona Laing, has reacted to the ongoing travail of Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB. Laing disclosed that the British Commission has offered consular assistance to embattled Kanu. The British High Commissioner spoke while appearing on Arise Television, on Tuesday.... Read more »
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    Daily Post Nigeria

  • Three in detention for allegedly blackmailing Gov Abdulrazaq, sister
    Three suspects who allegedly concocted viral news and injurious statements against Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq of Kwara State and his sister, Khairat Gwadabe, are now in detention in Ilorin. Their detention followed a petition written by the state Ministry of Justice. The spokesman of the state police command, Mr Okasanmi Ajayi,... Read more »
  • Sunday Igboho: Islamic group attacks Afenifere for comparing Yoruba activist to Prophet Muhammed, Moses
    The Muslim Rights Concern, MURIC, has asked the leading Yoruba social-political organisation, Afenifere, to tender an unreserved apology for comparing popular activist, Sunday Igboho, to Prophet Muhammad (SAW). Afenifere had recently compared the activist’s current travail in Benin Republic to that of Prophet Muhammad in Madinah. But MURIC, in a... Read more »
  • Igbo Assembly frowns at delay strategy in Kanu’s trial, slams southeast govs on insecurity
    The Igbos in Spain, under the aegis of the Igbo General Assembly (IGA) has condemned what it termed as unlawful strategy to delay the trial of the leader of the Indigeneous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. The Assembly lamented that failure of the Department of State Services (DSS)... Read more »
  • What I expect from Ronaldo next season at Juventus – Allegri
    Returning Juventus manager, Max Allegri, has said he expects “more responsibility” from Cristiano Ronaldo next season. Allegri is back two years after leaving the role, having been replaced first by Maurizio Sarri and then Andrea Pirlo. Since his departure in 2019, experienced players such as Gianluigi Buffon and Andrea Barzagli... Read more »
  • Ex-Chelsea defender, Ashley Cole reacts to his new coaching job
    Chelsea hero, Ashley Cole, has expressed happiness after been appointed as the new assistant manager of England’s U21 team. Cole described his new coaching job as a special feeling, adding that he can’t wait to get started. DAILY POST had earlier reported that Cole will work alongside former Everton midfielder,... Read more »
  • Real Madrid confirm Varane’s departure
    Real Madrid have announced the club has agreed a deal with Manchester United to sell Raphael Varane. The price for the France defender is believed to be £41m including add-ons. “Real Madrid C. F. and Manchester United FC have agreed on the transfer of player Raphael Varane. “Our club thanks... Read more »
  • Buhari govt vs Nnamdi Kanu: UK offers assistance to IPOB leader
    The British High Commissioner to Nigeria, Catriona Laing, has reacted to the ongoing travail of Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB. Laing disclosed that the British Commission has offered consular assistance to embattled Kanu. The British High Commissioner spoke while appearing on Arise Television, on Tuesday.... Read more »

 


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Top Nigerian Newspapers

Guardian:

The Guardian is an independent Nigerian newspaper, established in 1983 for the purpose of presenting balanced coverage of events, and of promoting the best interests of Nigeria. It owes allegiance to no political party, ethnic community, religious or other interest groups. Its primary commitment is to the integrity and sovereignty of the Federation of Nigeria, and beyond that to the unity and sovereignty of Africa.

 

Newtelegraphng:

New Telegraph Newspapers, established in October 2013 is Nigeria’s most authoritative newspaper in politics and business. New Telegraph published coverage cut across News, Business, Politics, Arts and Entertainments, Metro and Crime, Law, Education, Health, Travel and Tourism, etc.

 

Premium Times:

Premium Times, founded in mid-2011, Nigerian newspaper based in Abuja with a vision to help strengthen Nigeria’s democracy, advance the socio-economic wellbeing and rights of the people, promote and enrich their cultural practices, and advocate for best practices, good governance, transparency and human rights, in line with the values expected of a modern democratic state.

 

Tribuneonlineng:

Nigerian Tribune is the oldest surviving newspaper in Nigeria is well known for the tradition of breaking news and has over the years and has built a reputation for being Nigeria’s most informative online news medium, publishing general interests articles, organised in areas which include Politics, Business, Sports, Entertainment, Tourism, Op-Ed and others, for ease of navigation.

 

Dailytimes:

Daily times Newspaper was incorporated in Nigeria in 1926 and have since grew to become Nigeria’s most influential newspaper over the next half-century and has the largest collection and repository of archival assemblage of journalism materials in Africa, south of Sahara.

 

Vanguard:

VANGUARD is a family-oriented newspaper and one of the leading Newspapers in Nigeria today. It is a newspaper with a penetrating reach to all the nooks and crannies of Nigeria and has developed a rich heritage as the most entertaining, refreshing, authoritative, detailed and reader-friendly newspaper in the country.

 

Thisdaylive:

THISDAY Newspaper was founded on January 22, 1995, and has since become Nigeria’s most authoritative news covering a range of issues from breaking news to politics, business, the markets, the arts, sports and community to the crossroads of people and society. While also serving as the meeting point of new ideas, culture and technology for the aspirationals and millennials.

 

PUNCH (Nigeria):

PUNCH is one of the topmost read Newspaper in Nigeria designed to inform, educate and entertain Nigerians and the world at large. The newspaper was designed to give Nigerians unique news which combines the best in serious and popular journalism with refreshing information and entertainment.

PUNCH Newspaper was created to address most of the shortcomings and inadequacies of the established Nigerian newspapers and to be “swingingly elegant as well as socially concerned and seriously responsible.