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Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Saturday 25th June 2022

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Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Saturday 25th June 2022

Here are some of the Breaking News in Nigeria Today Saturday 25th June 2022 on some of the nation newspapers .

Abiodun’s administration didn’t receive N37bn road refund from FG -Okubadejo

The Ogun State government has declared that the current administration under the leadership of Governor Dapo Abiodun did not receive N37 billion from the Federal Government, as reimbursement of expenses on road projects carried out by the immediate past administration in the state. It maintained that the said money was processed and received by the

Floods sweeping confusion, chaos into Nigerian homes

Rainy seasons bring tears and sorrow to most residents of Nigeria. Another worrisome part is whenever it rains, flood sweeps chaos and confusion into most homes. ISIOMA MADIKE reports Last week, roads and houses were flooded and property worth millions of naira destroyed in Lagos after a-two downpour, which lasted for hours. It caught many

NOUN graduates 1,229 prison inmates, enrolls 600,000 students

The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) said that the Open Distance Learning (ODL) has so far graduated no fewer than 1,229 inmates from various Correctional Centres across the country that passed through the distance learning programme. The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Olufemi Peters, disclosed this yesterday at the Lagos Office of the Open Distance Learning (ODL)

Fitch upgrades Fidelity Bank to ‘B,’ outlook stable

Citing the lender’s “improving business profile and resilient financial metrics,” Fitch Ratings has upgraded Fidelity Bank PLC’s Long- Term Issuer Default Rating (IDR) to ‘B’ from ‘B-‘. Fitch also confirmed Fidelity Bank’s outlook to be stable and upgraded the lender’s National Long- Term Rating to ‘A(nga)’ from ‘BBB+(nga)’, reflecting the financial institution’s increased creditworthiness relative

Afghanistan: ICRC seeks emergency aid for earthquake victims

The International Committee of the Red Cross(ICRC) has urged well meaning individuals, groups and the international community to donate towards providing emergency aid for the thousands of victims of the earthquake which occurred recently in Afghanistan A massive earthquake of 6.1 magnitude struck in the early hours of Wednesday in Southeast Afghanistan, killing at least

Ogun NDLEA nabs 99, seizes 7,889.03kg drugs in 6mths

The Ogun State Command of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) on Friday disclosed that its men have arrested 99 drug suspects, with a total of 7,889.03 kg of seizure of illicit drugs between January and June this year. The Commandant of NDLEA in the state, Ishaku Kwajafa, who disclosed this added that the

Osun 2022: When Makinde, Fadahunsi teamed up for Adeleke

A lot of activities are currently being put in place by the leaders of the opposition, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Osun State to shore up the governorship bid of the candidate of the party for the July, 2022 election, Senator Ademola Adeleke. One of such is to utilize numerous empowerment initiatives of elected local

Obi supporters’ll wrest power from career politicians, says Azemobor

With barely few months to the forthcoming general elections, several groups have been formed primarily to drum up support for various presidential candidates that have scaled the hurdles of their parties’ primaries. One of such groups is the Concerned Nigerians for Peter Obi. In this interview with OLAOLU OLADIPO, the Convener, Apostle Gregory Azemobor, states

Abia lauds FG’s COVID-19 economic recovery stimulus initiative

Abia State government has commended the federal government for initiating the COVID-19 Action Recovery and Economic Stimulus (CARES) programme with no fewer than 1,628 poor and vulnerable beneficiaries in the state. The Commissioner for Cooperatives and Rural Development, Mr Donatus Okorie, made the commendation in Umuahia while declaring open a two-day step down training for

Firms build solar powered water project for Bayelsa communities

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and First Exploration and Petroleum Company through KEFFES Rural Development Foundation, has built a solar powered water project for the indigenes of Koluama 1 in Southern Ijaw Local Government Council of Bayelsa State. Presenting the project to the community at the weekend, the representative of the indigenous oil firm,

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