Nigeria Newspapers: Today’s Guardian Newspaper Headlines [15 September, 2018].

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Falz, Simi, Mayorkun, Adekunle Gold for NickFest 2018
Sat, 15 Sep 2018
Ahead of this year’s NickFest billed to open on September 29, at the Federal palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, the organisers have unveiled list of artistes, who will be entertaining kids at the event. To be hosted by TV personality, Ikponmwosa ‘IK’ Osakioduwa, alongside Nigeria’s Got Talent winner, Amarachi, the two-day event will feature performance []
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Femi Kuti… Afrobeat prince goes live in Lagos
Sat, 15 Sep 2018
Lovers of Afrobeat music are in for an exciting moment, as Sheraton Lagos Hotel has teamed up with Chocolate City Group to stage a special live concert with Femi Kuti in Lagos. Billed for September 22, the gig will see the critically acclaimed singer, songwriter, instrumentalist, and four-time Grammy Award nominee, thrill music lovers and []
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Schools resumption: Parents, wards struggle to meet up with needs
Sat, 15 Sep 2018
Knowing the importance of education, it is the wish and prayer of every parent to give his children the best of education. Even when its affordability is not within their reach, parents go extra mile to give their children good education. But for parents who cannot afford quality education for their children, they do with []
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Mogazi hits airwaves with Thugger remix
Sat, 15 Sep 2018
Fast-rising musician Ak Mogazy is getting appreciable attention after the release of the remix of his banging single titled Thugger featuring Slim Case. The latest single is already on regular rotation by club DJ’s and is also getting appreciable reviews on radio from a host of popular on-air personalities. According to the creative lyricist, the []
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UNWTO highlights confirm another record year in 2017
Sat, 15 Sep 2018
The UNWTO Tourism Highlights 2018 Edition shows that international tourist arrivals reached a total of 1,323 million in 2017, some 84 million more than the previous year and a new record. The sector has now seen uninterrupted growth in arrivals for eight straight years. 2017’s growth was the highest since 2010, led by the regions []
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Final phase of Prudent Energy handball League kicks off Sept 25
Sat, 15 Sep 2018
The final phase of the Prudent Energy Handball League championship will begin on September 25th with 22 teams made up of 12 male and 10 female competing for laurels at the Sports Hall of the Mobolaji Johnson Sports Centre, Rowe Park, Yaba. According to the sponsor, winners of the competitions are expected to go home []
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Sports disadvantaged by FG’s budgetary attitude, says Dalung
Sat, 15 Sep 2018
Sports Minister, Solomon Dalung has blamed the sector’s woes on the Federal Government’s budgetary attitude, accusing it of hampering the maintenance of ministry’s infrastructure across the country.
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Opportunity for creative minds, as Naija Storybuilders bootcamp comes on stream
Sat, 15 Sep 2018
Building on the successful Facebook for Creators training programme in Nigeria, Facebook and Afrinolly today announced the launch of its new Naija Storybuilders Bootcamp, in partnership with critically acclaimed writer/producers, Dayna Lynne North and Amy Aniobi from the groundbreaking US HBO series Insecure. Billed to open one October 15 and runs through October 19, 2018, []
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Alstroemeria-Peruvian Lily, Rock ‘n’ Roll plants
Sat, 15 Sep 2018
Alstroemeria, commonly called Peruvian Lily or Lily of the Incas or Princess Lily or Parrot Lily, or ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll’ plant is a native South American genus of about 50 species of flowering plants, in the botanical family. Amaryllidaceae, ( bulb plants), growing mainly in the cool, dry subtropic mountainous regions of the Andes ranging []
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Women’s day celebration: South Africa remembers Nontsikelelo Sisulu
Sat, 15 Sep 2018
As part of activities to mark the country’s National Women’s Day cerebration, which is celebrated every September 6, the South African Consulate in Nigeria and South African Tourism staged a special evening in Lagos. Held at the Federal palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, the evening also created a platform to celebrate the centenary of late []
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Four years after, MBGN returns to Yenagoa
Sat, 15 Sep 2018
Having gone through the rigorous process of selecting finalists for this year’s Most Beautify Girl In Nigeria (MBGN) pageant, a total of 37 lucky girls have been selected to slug it at the grand finale billed for Friday September 21, at the Gabriel Okara Cultural Center, Ovom Yenagoa, Bayelsa State capital. The decision to return []
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Honour for Nollywood stars at Africa Film Festival in Dallas
Sat, 15 Sep 2018
For their role in the development of the Nigerian film industry, otherwise known as Nollywood, popular filmmaker and CEO of Royal Arts Academy Emem Isong Misodi, alongside actress Uche Jombo, were among notable African filmmakers honoured at the just concluded The African Film Festival (TAFF), which held in Dallas, the United States. Isong was honoured []
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Premium clothing brand reaches customers at stone’s throw
Sat, 15 Sep 2018
In a bid to reach retailers at a stone’s throw from home, Ruff ‘n’ Tumble (RNT), a premium children clothing brand recently opened another store at Novare Lekki Mall, Lagos. Speaking at the opening, the General Manager (GM), Sales and Retail Operations RNT, Mr. Sanni Umar, said he has come from the UK to bring []
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Weekly political notes
Sat, 15 Sep 2018
My Ambition, Not About Tinubu, Says Sanwo-Olu, Ambode’s Challenger One of the governorship aspirants challenging the incumbent governor of Lagos state to the ticket of the All Progressives Congress APC, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has dismissed speculations that he was being primed by a national leader of the party, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu as replacement for the incumbent, []
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