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Newspaper Headlines: FG, labour to resume negotiation on N48k minimum wage proposal

Newspaper Headlines: FG, labour to resume negotiation on N48k minimum wage proposal
May 17
07:00 2024

Reports on the payment of N3.3 trillion power sector debts, and the opening of the student loan portal on May 24, 2024, perfuse the frontpages of the dailies.

The Punch reports that President Bola Tinubu has approved the gradual payments of power sector debts estimated at over N3.3 trillion. The newspaper says 36 speakers of state assemblies have backed the creation of state police.


Daily Trust reports that food production in Nigeria is declining because many commercial farms are now moribund due to security challenges in many parts of the country. The newspaper says Emirates Airlines has announced that flight operations to Nigeria will resume on October 1, 2024.

The Guardian’s cover story highlights the worrisome trend of abandoned projects in the south-west geopolitical zone. The newspaper says the Nigerian Education Loan Fund (NELFUND) has fixed May 24 for the opening of the student loan portal.

The Nation reports that the federal government has assured Nigerians that their hard-earned pension is safe. The newspaper says the National Economic Council (NEC) has pledged to support the growth of micro, small, and medium enterprises.

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