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Newspaper Headlines: Gunmen kidnap 13, kill primary school teacher in Abuja

Newspaper Headlines: Gunmen kidnap 13, kill primary school teacher in Abuja
April 22
08:38 2023

The national dailies touched on Buhari’s call for forgiveness from Nigerians over any hurt, and the tussle for the position of the senate president in the national assembly.

The Guardian reports that nationwide darkness looms as power generation companies (GenCos) threaten to shut down power plants. The paper says the election petition tribunal in Abia relocates to a hotel as judicial workers’ strike enters day 10.


The Punch says the census risks postponement over funding and logistics problems. The newspaper reports that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) says the suspended Adamawa REC has ignored summons and his location is unknown.


Daily Trust details how outgoing governors bequeath multi-billion naira liabilities to successors. The newspaper reports that the federal government reveals why it can’t evacuate Nigerian students in Sudan.



Saturday Independent reports that Abubakar Malami, the minister of Justice and attorney general of the federation, is set to appear before the house of representatives, to provide details of the $ 2.4 billion crude oil scam. The newspaper also reports that Ahmed Lawan, the senate president, said he regrets the 9th assembly’s inability to pass a gender equality bill.


Saturday Sun reports that gunmen kill 18 in Nasarawa, 5 kids, and 13 others in Abuja. The newspaper says northern aspirants have given up their ambitions for top positions in the national assembly.


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