Check The Latest Vanguard News Headlines Today 16/07/2021


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SON commends Gov Mohammed for support

On Thursday, the Standard Organization of Nigeria (SON) expressed gratitude to Bauchi State Governor Bala Mohammed for his support of the organization. Read Full Story on Vanguard

Lebanon’s Prime Minister-designate Hariri steps down amid deadlock

After failing to form a cabinet for nearly nine months, Lebanon’s Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri announced his resignation on Thursday. Read Full Story on Vanguard

Curriculum review: NERDC urges stakeholders’ contribution for better education

The Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC) has emphasized the importance of stakeholders engaging in discourse and contributing meaningfully to a revised Senior Secondary Education Curriculum (SSEC) that meets global standards. Read Full Story On Vanguard

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Army Provost Marshal killed by bandits along Lokoja-Abuja highway

During the reign of Lt. General Tukur Yusuf Buratai, Major General Hussaini Ahmed, former Provost Marshal of the Nigerian Army, was slain by suspected bandits/kidnappers along the Lokoja-Abuja route on Thursday. Read Full Story On Vanguard

IYO:Diamond Platnumz releases new single featuring South African rapper Focalistic

Tanzania’s Sensational recording artist Nasibu Abdul Juma Issack, better known as Diamond Platnumz has released new hit single titled ‘Iyo’ featuring South African rapper Focalistic, Ntosh Gazi and musical group Mapara A Jazz. Check Vanguard news

Young people in Nigeria, Ghana rally to end open defecation in West, Central Africa

With 120 million people, West and Central Africa accounts for 24 percent of global open defecation. With 38 million people, Nigeria ranks second in the globe, while eight nations in the area, including Ghana, have more than five million individuals who practice open defecation (5.5 million people). Real full News on Vanguard

Jacob Zuma: 117 have died in riots, 2,200 arrested

According to government numbers released on Thursday, 117 people have died and many more have been injured amid violent unrest in regions of South Africa during the past week. Read Full News on Vanguard

Imo FA boss wants Heartland FC sold to overcome funds shortages

Mr Amanze Uchegbulam, Chairman, Imo Football Association (FA), has recommended the sale of the state-owned Heartland Football Club to a private individual, to address the club’s funding problems. Check Vanguard for the Full Story

The North and the rest of us (2)

UNFORTUNATELY for the innocent children of the guard, the landlord came at the time they were coming from school. The Northern elite felt disappointed seeing the children coming in school uniform. He queried the guard about what he was seeing. The man explained that it was the NYSC man who enlightened them. Read Full Story On Vanguard

More vanguard News Headlines Today 16/07/2021

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