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Newspaper Headlines: Labour submits N615,000 minimum wage demand in fresh proposal 

Newspaper Headlines: Labour submits N615,000 minimum wage demand in fresh proposal 
April 14
07:00 2024

The national dailies dwell on the pains of families still grieving from the tragedy of the Chibok girls abduction, 10 years after. 

The Nation reports that the Ondo chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has cleared all its 16 members aspiring for the party’s governorship ticket in Saturday’s primaries. The newspaper says the Oyo police command arrested 20 suspected Oodua Nation supporters who invaded the state’s secretariat in Ibadan.

Guardian reports that despite appreciation in the value of the naira, Nigeria’s debt servicing may rise by 48.38 percent as the budget faces distortions. The newspaper explains why Nigeria may struggle to find buyers for its crude oil as about 30 out of 53 cargoes loading for May are stranded.

Punch says organised labour has demanded N615,000 as the new minimum wage for workers in the country. The newspaper reports that the federal government said about 85 percent of Nigerians still enjoy electricity subsidy in the country.

Vanguard reports that military officers have locked down Okuama, a Delta community, and denied Sheriff Oborevwori, governor of the state, access to the community. The newspaper says the Israeli security cabinet has authorised a three-man war cabinet to decide on Israel’s response to the Iranian drone attack.

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