BREAKING NEWS IN NIGERIA THIS AFTERNOON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 2021

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Good afternoon and welcome to breaking news stories for this afternoon, Thursday, August 19, 2021.

President Buhari Meets With Service Chiefs Over Insecurity

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1. President Buhari Meets With Service Chiefs Over Insecurity (Photos)

President Buhari Meets With Service Chiefs Over Insecurity

President Buhari had a closed-door meeting with the service chiefs in the statehouse on Thursday, August 19. The meeting had in CONTINUE READING..]

2. [Photo] 2 Dead, Policeman In Critical Condition As Vehicle Catches Fire In Rivers State

2 Dead, Policeman In Critical Condition As Vehicle Catches Fire In Rivers State

Two persons have died while a senior police officer sustained life threatening injuries after a bus crashed and went up in flames at Elele-Alimini, Emuoha Local Government of Rivers State. It was gathered that the bus was CONTINUE READING..]

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3. [Photo] Police Arrest Twelve Suspected Cultists For Murder In Delta

Police Arrest 12 Suspected Cultists For Murder In Delta

The Delta State Police Command has arrested 12 suspected cultists for the murder of one Ifeanyi Umeadi in Ogwashi-Uku. Parading the suspects at the police headquarters in Asaba on CONTINUE READING..]

4. Meet The Six Nigerian Governors Who Are Ph.D Holders (Photos)

Meet The Six Nigerian Governors Who Are Ph.D Holders

Education qualifications are absolute requirements to occupy any political post in Nigeria. Politicians not only acquire the qualification for their aspiring posts but also add higher qualification to CONTINUE READING..]

5. Petroleum Law Open To Amendment – Lawan

Petroleum Law Open To Amendment - Lawan

Senate President Ahmad Lawan yesterday said the Petroleum Industry Act 2021 is not perfect and will be amended in future, The Nation can confirm. To him, enacting the law after so many years is significant even if all expectations were not met. The three per cent allocated to the CONTINUE READING..]