Thursday, 1 October 2015

In the News Today (1st Oct. 2015)

Happy independence to all my fellow Nigerians and you are welcomed again today's episode of IN THE NEWS TODAY for 1st October, 2015.

We would be taking stories from just four (4) newspapers namely:

1. Punch Nigeria
2. Vanguard
3. The Daily Sun
4. Guardian


- Oil Slump: Niger, Algeria face worsening growth prospects
- Sterling Bank to support young Entrepreneurs
- Buyers of Pre-registered SIM cards face jail term.
- Unilever Boss expresses confidence in Lagos economic drive.
- Ministerial list: Buhari submits 21 names: Fashola, Amaechi,Ngigge and Kachikwu make list
- NLC seeks special tax for luxury items
- WAEC says States still owe N2bn
- Kerosene: Dubious sales Outlets risk closure,says DPR
- Sahara urges government to invest in alternative uses of Energy


- Onikoyi descendants sue FG, others over property
- 2015: Company sues PDP, others for non payment of campaign fees
- Why Alumni associations fail to have impact on Institutions
- CCT, Federal High Court status under 1999 constitution
- English FA gives conditional backing to Platini
- Buhari'll be distracted, overworked as. Petroleum Minister - NACCIMA


- After Buhari, Nigerian'll see Jonathan like an Angel - Thompson
- PDP Zones presidential ticket to North for 2019
- FIFA Presidency: Kalu floors Odegbami at CAF parley in Yaounde
- JAIZ Bank get National License
- EFCC uncovers illegal Oil Operations run by Foreigners
- Boko Haram poison water sources in Borno Villages
- Stop condemning HOMOSEXUALS, they don't deserve it says Catholic Bishops
- Why all Nigerian Economic Managers- Economists as Assassins: From Chief Awolowo to Dr. Okonjo Iweala
- Power Supply and the Nigerian Independence


_ Health effects of adulterated Palm wine
-Stakeholders reacts to Buhari' plan to head Petroleum Ministry
- 8 docked for stoning VIPs at Ilorin Prayer ground
- Slyvia wins Bayelsa's APC primaries again; Alaibe withdraws
- More can be achieved with improved funding,facilities & trainings
- CIPM tasks members on best practices and inducts 93.

These topics are good reads and were specially picked by moi. I therefore urge and implore you to buy the papers or read from their websites.

Don't forget a story would be picked at random and our opinion about it would be penned down for your reading pleasure.


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