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Newspaper Headlines: Fuel queues worsen in Lagos, Ogun

Newspaper Headlines: Fuel queues worsen in Lagos, Ogun
November 27
08:50 2022

The cover pages of national dailies are inundated with reports of the presidential rally of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for Bola Tinubu in Lagos, on Saturday.

The Guardian reports that Atiku Abubakar, the presidential candidate of the PDP, vows to reverse the declining economy. The newspaper says ASUU is to respond to FG’s stance on salary, and others at its NEC meeting.

Sun reports that CBN says the inflation rate is expected to fall below 15% by end of 2023. The newspaper highlights reasons why PDP can’t sanction G-5 governors.

The Nation reports that Zainab Ahmed, minister of finance, says the N424 billion budget padding allegation against her ministry is misleading. The newspaper also reports that Olukayode Ariwoola, the CJN, says his comment on Makinde, G-5 governors was twisted.

Independent highlights reasons why the brain drain of personnel is nearly impossible to halt. The newspaper says Hameed Ali, comptroller-general of Nigeria Customs, is expected to appear before the national assembly over impounded vehicle sales.

Daily Trust details how Nigeria spent N241 billion on solar electricity for rural areas. The newspaper highlights the lone female candidate eyeing President Muhammadu Buhari’s seat.

Punch reports that foreign creditors may seize presidential jets over accumulated debts. The newspaper highlights how defective SIM card tracking promotes the booming kidnapping business.


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