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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines Today 29th December 2020

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Punch  Newspapers Headlines Today 29th December 2019

  • Sowore: Court invasion probe will continue, says Senate
  • Side Hustle
  • Propaganda and conscience
  • Nollywood history cant be written without Giringorys name Son
  • Foundation urges govt to aid human capital devt
  • Two killed in Texas shooting
  • Game Of Thrones actor, Andrew Dunbar, dies on Christmaseve
  • Harry Kane rescues point for Spurs at Norwich
  • Leicester bounce back to beat West Ham, Spurs stumble at Norwich

Vanguard Newspapers Headlines Today 29th December 2019

  • Madonna University Alumni elect new officers
  • Christmas: Igali doles out scholarship to 8 pupils in Abuja
  • Zamfara: Two die in road accident, 12 others injured
  • Suspects arrested for duping bank manager N70m in Adamawa
  • Army intercepts 85 bags of smuggled rice in Ebonyi community
  • Abuja: Police kill one, arrest 4 in foiled bank robbery

Thisday Newspapers Headlines Today 29th December 2019

  • NEW YEAR PREVIEW: Events Likely to Shape 2020
  • ADEKUNLE GAFAR: Three Reasons Enterprises Dont Thrive in Nigeria
  • Restoring Sanity to Bank Charges
  • Travellers Wowed as Ethiopian Airlines Launches Direct Flight to Houston
  • 2020: Economy Set to Ride on Non-oil Sector for Growth
  • A Summit on National Debt
  • A nations Declining Human Rights Record
  • Judicial Intervention in Soku Oilfields Dispute
  • Sara-Igbe: Its Unfair for S/West to Seek Presidency in 2023

The Sun Newspapers Headlines Today 29th December 2019

  • Vision 20:20:20: A tortuous jaundiced journey
  • I see APC,PDP breaking up and new party formed before 2023 ‘Gani Adams
  • No need talking about 2023 now ‘General Useni
  • 2023 Presidency: APC won’t use ethnicity, religion in choosing candidate ‘Bulama
  • Reasons middle belt’ll not support Northern Presidency in 2023 ‘Bitrus, Middle Belt Forum President
  • Why Nigerians should reject open visa policy ‘Ezeife, former Anambra governor
  • It’ll be difficult for Igbo to be President in 2023
  • State of the Nation: Speak up, ACF tells General Danjuma
  • State of the Nation: Nigeria moving to bad end ‘Archbishop Onaiyekan

Dailytimes Newspapers Headlines Today 29th December 2019

  • Mother contradicts police after RCCG pastor, two kids drown
  • Algerian president appoints new PM ahead of forming new cabinet
  • Clashes erupt in Hong Kong mall bordering mainland, 14 detained
  • Badagry residents commend security at Greater Lagos Festival
  • Boss Mustapha urges Adamawa youths to embrace education, hard work
  • General Assembly approves UNs $3.07bn budget for 2020
  • Jonathan demands arrest of those behind attack on his home
  • Buhari not clever, not intelligent, not a better Fulani than Sardauna Ayo Adebanjo
  • If they want peace they should give the presidency to Igbo Izuogu

Guardia Newspapers Headlines Today 29th December 2019

  • Weep not for Lawan and Gbajabiamila
  • Minimum Wage: NLC to determine states where strike will take place
  • UNESCO Heritage sites’ listing, what Nigeria has to do
  • Derby against Ifeanyi Ubah will be tough, Ilechukwu admits
  • There is hope: A Christmas and end of year message
  • Break camp and advance
  • Centre Berates UN For Doing Too Little To Address Terrorism In Africa
  • Chief Isaac Delano: The memory of a great legacy
  • Ogun, FRSC trade blames over recurring accidents at Sango toll gate

Leadership Newspapers Headlines Today 29th December 2019

  • Transporting Containers By Rail ‘ll Boost Economy ‘ Amaechi
  • At 59, We Need To Redirect Nigeria’s Economy ‘ Olatubosun
  • Group Urges Nigerian Youths To Participate In Governance
  • Int’l Day Of Non-Violence: Obaseki Calls For Dialogue In Resolving Ethnic, Communal Conflicts
  • Shippers’ Council Moves To Bring NPA, NIMASA Under Economic Regulation
  • OPEC Oil Output Tumbles Most In 16 Years Following S/Arabia Attack
  • FMBN Harps On Assist’ funds For Housing Devt
  • Lafarge Africa Re-launches Improved Cement Product
  • Stock Market Commences Trading In October With 1.14% Loss

Daily Trust  Newspapers Headlines Today 29th December 2019

  • Gombi vs Hassan: How power tussle tears Plateau PDP
  • Why I’ll retire from active politics after my second term ‘ Masari
  • Internet banned in India’s Uttar Pradesh amid anger over killings
  • General Assembly approves UN’s $3.07bn budget for 2020
  • Death toll in Mogadishu car bombing rises to 73, hospital says
  • Dogs process numerical quantities in similar brain region as humans
  • Propaganda and conscience
  • NFF will relocate to Sunday Dankaro House in January ‘ Pinnick
  • Rubicon, Almat, others end 2019 season in sterling fashion

Tribune  Newspapers Headlines Today 29th December 2019

  • Omisore to visit OAUTHC Jan 1, present gifts, pay hospital bills of indigent patients
  • LASU final year student allegedly killed by ex-LASU student ‘ Culprits including mother arrested ‘ Police
  • Miss Kenya wins 4th edition of Miss Africa Beauty Pageant
  • The train to Tangier
  • Insecurity in 2019: Tales of sorrow, tears and blood
  • Ninth House: Actions, inactions and challenges
  • How North uses Shettimas to catch monkeys in Nigeria
  • A song like Senator Uwajumogu
  • 2019: Year of upsets, back-stabbings

The Nation Newspapers Headlines Today 29th December 2019

  • Artificial Trans Fat: Toxic chemical in our food
  • FG tasked to develop diabetes prevention programme
  • Health benefit of chicken
  • Gbajabiamilas extravagant leap to legislative void
  • Religious watch-list: CAN urges Sultan to support truth
  • How to make your marriage succeed by Adetoyese Olagunju
  • 2020: Nigeria will be better if says Bekee
  • Saraki dares Kwara govt over revocation of fathers property
  • FG seals 8 fuel stations in Enugu for inaccurate metering

Tribune  Newspapers Headlines Today 29th December 2019

  • Omisore to visit OAUTHC Jan 1, present gifts, pay hospital bills of indigent patients
  • LASU final year student allegedly killed by ex-LASU student ‘ Culprits including mother arrested ‘ Police
  • Miss Kenya wins 4th edition of Miss Africa Beauty Pageant
  • The train to Tangier
  • Insecurity in 2019: Tales of sorrow, tears and blood
  • Ninth House: Actions, inactions and challenges
  • How North uses Shettimas to catch monkeys in Nigeria
  • A song like Senator Uwajumogu
  • 2019: Year of upsets, back-stabbings

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MTN Nigeria Recruitment 2019

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Npower: We will Pay June Stipend and Pay July Next Week-Sadiya (Video)

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Npower: We will Pay June Stipend and Pay July Next Week-Sadiya (Video)

Batch C Will be Enrolled by the End of The Year
All Owed Stipends will be Paid within the Week
CBN Will Give GEEP, AGSMEIS & ANCHO BORROWER Loans but Not compulsory
Volunteers who Received Double Pay in May Will not be Paid

Batch A and B will start receiving June Stipends in no distant time. The Federal Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development has approved June stipend

While speaking with DW News Channel, Sadiya blamed GIFMIS as a slow but effective platform for huge credit transactions like the N-power scheme

This will be the last stipend for Batch A volunteers as they exit the programme, the Federal government is transitioning volunteers into a new level of partnership, whose details are not clear as we speak

Batch B will be eliminated same way by July ending, giving way for Batch C entrance

Here is the brief Transcription of Sadiya Farouq with Binta Zumi on DW Hausa Version

‘‘BINTA ZUMI — What can you tell us about N-Power?

SADIYA — Npower is an initiation of President Muhammad Buhari to help the unemployed graduates

BINTA ZUMI– What is the fate of Npower beneficiaries?

SADIYA — Npower is a programme design for the beneficiaries to be train and exit after two years due to some issues the first batch was not exited but right now we have exited them from the programme and batch B will also be exited by end of this month.


BINTA ZUMI — Does the government have any plan for these exited youths that were disengaged?

SADIYA — Well majority of them have established themselves and they are doing well over 100, 000 of them and those who couldn’t be able to start up any business, we are currently discussing with CBN to give them a loan from GEEP, AGSMEIS and ANCHO BORROWER and other available loans but is not going to be compulsory.

BINTA ZUMI — Some beneficiaries are asking about their June stipend

SADIYA — Those who will received have received it and for the june stipend by next week they should receive it’’

The Interview with Sadiya Umar Farook regarding the Npower Batch A & B beneficiaries are as follows:

The payment of backlogs and June stipends to Npower beneficiaries will commence this week.
Npower Batch A has already been exited from the scheme since June 30th and Batch B will follow them on July 31st, 2020.

The Hon Minister did not talk about transition and exit packages for both batches, but she says they are negotiating with CBN to put us in some plans.

The Hon Minister also did not talk about Batch B devices
Regarding batch C enrollment exercise she said the portal will be close next week but no specific date and time yet.

The minister also said they maybe enroll into the program by the end of this year.

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Nigeria Singer Wizkid Hints On Expecting Baby Number 4

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Nigeria singer Wizkid who already has three kids from different baby mama’s appears to have dropped a hint on expecting another baby.

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wizkid expecting baby number 4

wizkid expecting baby number 4

It seems singer Wizkid is not tired of making more babies.

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