Infocraft Nigerian News Headlines, Thursday, October 3, 2019 Culled from FRCN

  • Buhari to engage President Cyril Ramaphosa, on welfare of Nigerians, in view of resent xenophobic attacks on Nigerian nationals in that country, today
  • Organized Labour threatens industrial action on Wednesday, 16th October, in relation to non-payment of New Minimum Wage
  • FG to re-introduce toll gates on highways
  • Red Cross donates over N31 million relief to flood victims in Niger State, with each victim receiving N35, 000
  • Governorship Election Petitions Tribunal sitting in Jos, Plateau State affirms the election of Solomon Lalong as duly elected governor of the State
  • Buhari congratulates Governor Ganduje of Kano State, for his victory at the Governorship Elections Petition Tribunal in the State, charges him and Governor Lalong on accountability in governance
  • Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, says FG poised on winning case against judgment of a British Court against Nigeria, to pay $9.6 billion to an Irish Oil firm
  • Senate to review PSA Act, to accrue additional revenue to government
  • FCTA pledges adequate security, education, and health care to FCT residents, as Nigeria turns 59
  • Civil Society organizations tasked on promoting sustainable democracy
  • Nigerian Navy promises free environment for flourishing of economic activities, around territorial waters
  • Ogun State Police Command arrests leader of cult group, Sunday, nicknamed Blade, on wanted list for killing a rival cult group member
  • Delta State government disburses N300 million, for payment of bursary and scholarships to 17,000 students
  • 52,000 prospective teachers to sit for Teachers’ Registration Council of Nigeria Examinations
  • Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State releases N1.5 billion counterpart funding for UBEC
  • Kwara State Government provides visual books for visually impaired children in Ilorin
  • NGO, Disability is not a Barrier, touches the lives of 152 blind students in Ekiti State
  • NHRC calls for inclusion of older persons on the NHIS scheme
  • Niger State government to establish additional Primary Health Care centres, to decongest tertiary health care centres

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