Good Day!!! Welcome to the Eye9ja roundup of the top 10 Nigerian newspapers headlines for today Sunday, March 14th, 2021.
1. N-Power News Today 14, March 2021: Batch C Latest
Latest N-Power Batch C News Today Sunday, 14 March 2021:
The N-Power scheme is Nigeria’s work-for-cash social assistance programme, inaugurated by President Muhammadu Buhari in 2016 with thousands of direct beneficiaries (graduate and non-graduate) spread across the key industries targeted by the programme – Agriculture, Health, Education, and Tax.
N-Power was domiciled under the control of the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, but since the commencement of the second tenure of the Buhari administration, Ms Sadiya Farouq’s ministry (Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development) has been in charge.
2. N-Power Batch C: See Simple Steps To Take Your Test With Ease, Know Your Result
The Federal Government of Nigeria had announced that N-Power Batch C, applicants are expected to update their profile and take test for possible shortlisting to the next stage of the N-Power application process, AllNews reports.
It is noteworthy that all successful candidates will be sent a mail and given directions by N-Power handlers as regards the next stage.
3. No More Amnesty, Negotiation With Criminals In Benue— Ortom
Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue says his administration will no longer negotiate with or grant amnesty to criminals under any guise in the state.
Ortom stated this on Saturday in Anyiin, Logo Local Government Area of the state at the burial of Mr. Terkura Suswam, the slain elder brother of former governor, Senator Gabriel Suswam.
4. Church Leaders In South-East Proffer Solution To Insecurity
No fewer than 120 Church leaders from various denomination within the South-East have proffered solution to the lingering insecurity and other challenges in the country at a Consultative Peace Summit held in Enugu.
The Church leaders, at the meeting on Saturday, advocated fair representation of zones in government, non-selective justice and improved border security as a panacea to lasting peace and unity in the country.
5. Buratai Becomes NAOSRE Grand Patron
Lieutenant General Tukur Yusuf Buratai, (ret’d), the immediate past Chief of Army Staff is now Grand Patron of the National Association of Online Security Reporters, (NAOSRE).
Having received the award of honour presented by NOASRE’s president, Femi Oyewale at the Army Resource Centre, Asokoro, Abuja, Buratai thanked the association’s leaders and members for considering him for such an enviable position.
6. Deliberate Attempt By Opposition Party To Distract Makinde Will Fail — Oloko
The Vice-chairman of the Oyo State Tourism Board, Abass Oloko has said that there are deliberate attempts to distract Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State, by opposition politicians.
Oloko, who was once vice-chairman of Oyo State Pilgrims Welfare Board (Muslim wing) and a member of the Oyo State Health Management Board, made this statement while reacting to a claim by a former Oyo central senatorial district senator, Ayo Adeseun that the Governor was ungrateful.
7. Atleti Slip To A Goalless Draw Against 10-Man Getafe
La Liga leaders Atletico Madrid drew 0-0 away to struggling Getafe on Saturday despite against José Bordalás’ 10 men.
Getafe’s Allan Nyom was shown a red card after a VAR review for a crunching tackle on Atletico’s Renan Lodi in the 70th minute but the visitors could not make their advantage count.
8. Amazon Rejects Book That ‘Frame LGBTQ+ Identity As Mental Illness’
We reserve the right not to sell certain content, Amazon has said rejecting the request to sell books that frame gender or sexual identities as mental illness.
The rental giant made this known in a letter to the US Congress while responding to a Republican senator who asked why it had removed a book by a conservative author from all of its platform.
9. Mother’s Day 2021: 50 Happy Mother’s Day Messages, Prayers And Quotes
Mother’s day 2021, 50 happy Mothers day messages, wishes to send to mother, mother-in-law, grandmother has been obtained by AllNews Nigeria.
Mother’s Day which is today, March 14, is all about celebrating the woman who raised you and shaped who you are as a person. From all the packed lunches with napkin notes to the bandages and kisses after falling off your bike, to being the first one to cry at your graduation– your mom was there for it all.