Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today: December 3

Nigerian newspaper headlines December 3, 2016.

nigerian newspaper headlines december 3

 

Vanguard

Unethical practices hinder growth of Nigerian universities – Experts

Experts from many African and European countries have blamed lack of transparency and unethical practices as some of the reasons preventing Nigerian universities from making the list of best global institutions.

 

Punch

Rivers Rerun: Wike’s Allegations Endanger Our Workers’ Lives –INEC

Ahead of the December 10, 2016 National Assembly rerun election in Rivers State, the Independent National Electoral Commission has said that the allegations made by Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, that the commission planned to rig the rerun election could endanger the lives of the commission’s workers.

 

Guardian

Ikpeazu, Anya to grace Umu-Aba Connect seminar in Lagos

Eminent personalities, including Abia State Governor Okezie Ikpeazu and former Chief Executive Officer of Nigeria Economic Summit Group (NESG), Prof Anya O. Anya, would grace tomorrow’s end of the year dinner and seminar of Umu-Aba Connect holding at the Civic Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos.

 

Thisday

Leo Mezie Thanks Apostle Suleiman Johnson, Nigerians

Nollywood actor, Leo Mezie, is full of thanks to Nigerians, most especially to Apostle Suleiman Johnson of Omega Fire Ministries for donating towards saving his life.

 

Leadership

Northern Traditional Rulers Want Zamfara, Kaduna, Benue Killings Stopped

The Northern Traditional Rulers Council (NTRC) yesterday called for an end to the mindless killings in  Zamfara and  Benue states and in southern Kaduna.

 

Premium Times

Don’t demonise Shiites, Judge warns Nigerian government

A Federal High Court in Abuja on Friday warned Nigeria’s government against demonising Shiites and their Islamic Movement of Nigeria, IMN.

 

The Sun

Nigeria, Morocco sign agreements on fertilizer, power, BASA, others

Nigeria and Morocco have signed eight bilateral agreements to boost fertilizer production, Bilateral Air Services Agreement and fisheries.

 

The Nation

Lagos bye-election: Parties sign peace agreement

Ahead of Saturday`s Federal House of Representatives by-election into Ifako-Ijaiye Federal Constituency, some political parties in Lagos State on Friday signed a peace agreement.

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