Today's Headlines: Another Prominent Nigerian Dies, Jonathan Speaks On Restructuring And Others
Former Super Eagles assistant coach, Joe Erico is dead
Former Super Eagles goalkeeper trainer and assistant coach, Joe Erico, has died.
The 72-year-old tactician reportedly died today, January 19, in Lagos after a brief illness.
May his soul rest in peace.
Restructuring Nigeria Alone Not Enough – Jonathan
Former Nigerian president, Goodluck Jonathan, has added his voice to the growing clamour of restructuring the country, saying that alone will not help solve the numerous problems bedevilling the country.
Jonathan made this statement while speaking at the 18th Daily Trust Dialogue with the theme: “Restructuring: Why? How?” held on Thursday in Abuja.
BREAKING: Nigeria’s telephone subscribers hits 208 million
A major achievement in the telecom sector has just been achieved by the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration.
According to the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, Executive Vice Chairman, Prof Umar Danbatta, telephone subscribers in Nigeria are now 208 million.
He also said the nation’s broadband penetration also peaked at 45.07 percent as at November 2020.
Atiku writes Biden, lists Nigeria’s challenges, seeks U.S intervention
Former Nigerian Vice President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, has written a message of goodwill to the newly sworn-in president of the United States of America, Joe Biden.
The former presidential candidate in the 2019 elections urged Mr. Biden to strengthen the relationship between our two countries.
The statement titled: ‘Message of Goodwill To President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris’, the former VP enumerated a whole lots of challenges bedeviling Nigeria and asked for his intervention.
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