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Newspaper Headlines: FG considers out-of-court settlement with ASUU

Newspaper Headlines: FG considers out-of-court settlement with ASUU
September 17
07:57 2022

Most of the national dailies reported on the 2023 elections this Saturday.

The Punch reports that the federal government is considering an out-of-court settlement with the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). The newspaper says INEC projects 95 million voters for the 2023 elections.

The Nation reports that a fresh storm hits PDP as Osun, Ondo, and Ogun party stalwarts disown Makinde and Mimiko over the call for Ayu’s resignation. The newspaper says Boko Haram chief executioner surrendered in Borno.


Daily Trust details families’ agonies as 57 building collapse incidents claim 127 lives in two years. The newspaper highlights how skit makers rake in millions making Nigerians laugh.


Saturday Independent says WHO reports that wrong diagnoses, and medication contributes to over three million deaths every year. The newspaper reports that genital mutilation and tribal marks are under renewed knocks.

The Guardian reports that Mahmood Yakubu, INEC chief, tells Nigerians to expect electoral justice in the 2023 elections. The newspaper says stray bullets from the army shooting range hit two Ibadan residents.

The Sun reports that Atiku’s campaign council further divides the PDP. The newspaper says Catholic bishops outlaw use of pulpits for political campaign.





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