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NFF should look inward for Rohr’s replacement

The Africa Cup of Nations finals is barely one month away and sadly, it is still uncertain who the manager of the Nigerian national team, the Super Eagles, will be for the tournament in January and the crucial final playoffs for the Qatar 2022 World Cup billed for March next year. We are aware of […]

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Fuel subsidy removal: A time bomb that should be avoided

On Tuesday, November 23, the Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Mrs Zainab Ahmed, while speaking at an event in Abuja, announced the planned removal of fuel subsidy and the introduction of the payment of N5, 000 monthly transportation stipends by the Federal Government. The hand-out would cover between 30 and 40 million people […]

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Newspapers and self-regulation

Recently, the Newspaper Proprietors Association of Nigeria (NPAN) requested each newspaper establishment to institute a self-regulatory mechanism commonly referred to as an Ombudsman Committee. This is aimed at ensuring that every newspaper organisation discharges its statutory duties in a responsible and responsive manner. New Telegraph appreciates NPAN for this laudable initiative.   The advantages of […]

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Federal civil servants and mandatory COVID-19 vaccination

The Federal Government has directed all its employees to go for compulsory coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccinations by Tuesday, November 30, this year. This is to enable them to be armed with the required documentary proof in order to be allowed access into their offices beginning from Wednesday, December 1 this year.   The directive is […]

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Beyond House of Representatives’ intervention

The nation may have heaved a sigh of relief after another indefinite strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) was averted. This is due to the last minute intervention by the House of Representatives resulting in the reported suspension of the strike. New Telegraph congratulates the House of Representatives for doing everything humanly […]

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Nigerian Custodial Centres and over-crowding

Not too long ago, the Federal Government sought the cooperation of state governments towards addressing the congestion of the 39 custodial facilities across the country by building additional centres for awaiting trial suspects. The government’s position was made by the Minister of Interior, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, while inaugurating the Osun State Command Complex, Oshogbo of […]

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FG must probe NFF over Rohr’s severance payment

Top African national teams like Senegal, Morocco, and Egypt booked their tickets easily for the Qatar 2022 World Cup playoffs, but shockingly, despite a good start of earning six points in the opening two games, the Super Eagles struggled and fumbled to earn the qualification on the very last Match Day of the group series. […]

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Bracing up for challenges of 2022 Budget

  On Thursday, October 7, President Muhammadu Buhari presented a N16.39 trillion Appropriation Bill to the joint sitting of the National Assembly in Abuja.   It was heart-warming to see education displacing the usually over-rated sectors such as works and housing; as well as transportation to attract the record highest allocation of N1.29 trillion, which […]

Insecurity: Niger bans sales of motorcycles
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Insecurity: Niger bans sales of motorcycles

Following the incessant security challenges in some parts of Niger State and coupled with the demands of motorcycles as ransom by bandits and kidnappers, the State Governor, Alhaji Abubakar Sani Bello has directed the immediate ban on the sales of motorcycles across the State.  A statement issued by Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Ahmed […]

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How direct primaries can foster youth participation in governance, democracy -Gbajabiamila

How direct primaries can foster youth participation in governance, democracy -Gbajabiamila, has said that deliberate efforts must be made to prepare the children and youth of Nigeria to become the leaders of tomorrow that they are. He said such efforts must include involving them in governance and expanding the democratic space to accommodate many young people. […]

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