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Newspaper Headlines: DisCos post 37 apologies to Band A customers in one week

Newspaper Headlines: DisCos post 37 apologies to Band A customers in one week
April 12
07:00 2024

Reports on the Lagos-Calabar coastal highway project dominate the cover pages of Nigerian newspapers.

The Punch reports that the federal government said it would pay compensation to all property owners along the path of the 700km Lagos-Calabar coastal highway across nine states. The newspaper says the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) and the Non-Academic Staff Union (NASU) have criticised Tahir Mamman, minister of education, over remarks on half pay of withheld salary arrears.

Daily Trust reports that David Umahi, minister of works, said the federal government has no personal interest in the Lagos-Calabar coastal highway project. The newspaper says in one week, electricity distribution companies have posted over 37 apology messages on social media to Band A customers.

The Guardian reports that some drug addicts have started using fermented or granules of dried faeces, heated nutmeg, methane gas, glues, and other cheap stuff as substitutes for illicit drugs. The newspaper says Afenifere has urged south-west governors to get federal government grants for farmers.

THISDAY reports that Peter Odili, a former governor of Rivers, has declared Siminalayi Fubara, incumbent governor, as the political leader of the state. The newspaper says Adebayo Adelabu, minister of power, said over N350 billion in electricity subsidy debts were carried over from 2023 into 2024 by the federal government.

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