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Biggest News In Nigeria, This Night, 18 July 2020

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Here are some of the news that you should not miss this night:


Breaking: Explosion kills 6 children, injures 5 in Katsina community

Tragedy struck on Saturday in Malumfashi Local Government Area of Katsina State as suspected bomb blast killed no fewer than six children and left five others hospitalized in critical conditions.


Breaking: I am not planning to run for 2023 Presidency — Lawan

In a statement yesterday in Abuja by his Special Adviser, Media, Lawan who noted that he will not be distracted by what he termed, false report under reference, said however that it was premature for anybody to be talking now about 2023 when all hands should be on deck against the myriad of challenges that face the country at the moment.


Breaking: Ukrainian airliner black boxes sent to FranceIran

Iran has sent to France the black boxes of a Ukrainian passenger plane its forces mistakenly shot down in January, a foreign ministry official said in a media report Saturday.


Breaking: COVID-19: 525 Nigerians evacuated from US, Cyprus

Five hundred and twenty-five Nigerians caught up by the coronavirus lockdown in the United States of America (USA) and Cyprus were evacuated home Saturday by the federal government.

Three hundred and fifteen of them were airlifted to Abuja by an Ethiopian Airline while the remaining 210 came aboard a Turkish Airline.


Breaking: COVID-19, Nigeria should seek extension of WAEC – Aremu

Vice President Industrial Global Union, Comrade Issa Aremu has called on the Federal Government to negotiate an out-of-season date for West African Examinations Council’s (WAEC) Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE), until the COVID-19 curve which is currently on the rise would have been sufficiently flattened.


Breaking: Second Niger Bridge: work reaches 43 percent in Anambra

The state of work at the second Niger Bridge has reached 43 percent completion, says the federal government.

The completion date of February, 2020 given to Nigerians by the contracting firm handling the project still stands

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