Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today: 19th November

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Why We Have Many Empty Seats During Plenary At National Assembly – Akin Alabi

Ever wondered why there are so many empty seats during the plenary session at the National Assembly?, well the...

We’ll Hold Oshiomhole, Sylva Responsible If Anything Happens To Mary Odili: Wike

Following the Supreme court judgment that sacked David Lyon of the All Progressive Congress as governor of Bayelsa state...

Medical Experts Confirm Chloroquine Is Effective Cure For Coronavirus

Finally, people around the world can breathe relief as a new experiment has confirmed that chloroquine phosphate, an antimalarial...

Man Kidnaps ‘Racist Woman’, Forces Her To Watch Movie About Slavery

52-year-old Robert Lee Noye popularly known as “the black guy in town" has been arrested by the police in...

Lassa Fever: Lagos State Identifies Victim In LASUTH

The Lagos Ministry of Health has identified the state’s index Lassa fever patient as an indigene of Ebonyi who...


Senator lauds Buhari on projects completion

LAGOS—Senator, representing Lagos East Senatorial District in the National Assembly and Chairman, Senate Committee on Land Transport, Gbenga Ashafa has commended President Muhammadu Buhari’s commitment to the completion of projects, describing it as “impressive.”

This Day

Don’t Renege on N30,000 Minimum Wage, NAPO Appeals to FG, State Govs

The National Association of Plants Operators (NAPO), an affiliate of the United Labour Congress of Nigeria (ULC), has cautioned President Muhammadu Buhari and state governors against reneging on the newly agreed N30,000 national minimum wage, saying any move against it could have a devastating effect on the country

The Sun

Amosun presents 2019 Appropriation Bill to Ogun Assembly Wednesday

Governor Ibikunle Amosun of Ogun State will, on Wednesday, November 21, 2018, present the 2019 Appropriation Bill to the State House of Assembly in fufillment to Section 121 of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, (as amended).

The Guardian

When Supreme Court rules more money for littoral states

Since the advent of the Fourth Republic in 1999, the sharing of oil revenue has remained a very contentious issue between oil-producing states and the Federal Government.

Daily Times

Olujimi writes INEC, raises concern over registration of underage voters

As the electioneering campaigns for the 2019 elections kicks off, Senate Minority Leader and leader of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ekiti State, Senator Biodun Olujimi has written to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) expressing her concern over recent reports of underage registration and the illegal issuance of PVC to Non-Nigerians in some parts of Northern states of Nigeria.


Global Statesmanship And National Heroism – The Truth Of Goodluck Jonathan’s Legacy

The date 20th November has great significance for many reasons all around the world. For students of European history, it was the date that the Treaty of Paris of 1815 which ended several decades of bloody Napoleonic wars on the continent, was signed. In more contemporary and humane terms, the United Nations adopted this day in 1954 as the Universal Children’s Day, underscoring the importance attached to togetherness and promoting awareness about the welfare of the world’s 

Daily Trust

Presidency mocks PDP as APC sweeps bye-elections in Kwara, others

The Presidency says the electoral victories recorded by the All Progressives Congress (APC) on Nov. 17 is a sign of things to come in the 2019 elections.

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