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Newspaper Headlines: 261 northern lawyers to fight for victims of Kaduna bombing

Newspaper Headlines: 261 northern lawyers to fight for victims of Kaduna bombing
December 09
07:00 2023

The bombing incident that killed and injured scores in Kaduna continues to receive attention from all the dailies.

The political tension in Ondo also continues to gain traction after two cabinet members clashed verbally over the signature of Rotimi Akeredolu, the ailing governor of the state.

Punch highlights that many Nigerians face hardship as food and transport fares soar during festive periods. The newspaper reports that survivors of the recent air strike in Kaduna are still counting their losses.

Still on the Kaduna bombing, Tribune says 261 northern lawyers have signed to fight for victims. The newspaper reports that the political crisis in Ondo took a new turn as the Energy commissioner alleged forgery of the signature of Rotimi Akeredolu, the governor of the state.

Nation reports that the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has raised an alarm over the rapid increase of counterfeit banknotes as yuletide nears. The newspaper says the appeal court has affirmed the decision of a high court ordering Seyi Makinde, the Oyo State governor, to pay N3.4 billion to chairmen and councillors sacked in 2019.

Independent says stakeholders in Rivers state fear that the Port Harcourt refinery may not be ready for operation in 2024 — after the government promised December 2023 as the due date. The newspaper reports that Adebayo Adelabu, the minister of power, plans to work with sub-nationals to improve distribution segments and enhance power infrastructure.

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