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Newspaper Headlines: Nigeria’s democracy better off with free press, says Fayemi

Newspaper Headlines: Nigeria’s democracy better off with free press, says Fayemi
July 13
07:56 2021

The opposition to the nomination of Lauretta Onochie, presidential aide, and Ohanaeze disagreeing with Yahaya Bello, governor of Kogi state, on rotational presidency dominated the headlines of Nigerian newspapers.

The Punch reports that manufactured imports have increased to N41 trillion as Nigeria exports N4 trillion goods. The newspaper says experts have warned against a fresh lockdown over COVID-19 third wave.

Daily Sun says the federal government has welcomed the assembling of a legal team by Ohanaeze Ndigbo, apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, to monitor Nnamdi Kanu’s trial. The newspaper reports that Kayode Fayemi, governor of Ekiti, says Nigeria’s democracy is better off with free press.

The Guardian says Nigerians are borrowing to feed as food prices increase amid stagnated income. The newspaper reports that Sanwo-Olu ordered the arrest of three traffic robbers he caught in the act.

The Nigerian Tribune says the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has filed a suit to unseat Bello Matawalle, governor of Zamfara state. The newspaper reports that two persons in Oyo died of the Delta COVID-19 variant.

The Nation reports that Gbajabiamila says the media do not want to be regulated. The newspaper says the All Progressives Congress (APC) will begin its congresses on July 31.

The Daily Independent reports that the position of southern governors on the zoning of the 2023 presidency to the south has divided the Nigeria Governors’ Forum (NGF). The newspaper reports that a federal high court in Abuja threatened to arrest Stella Oduah, former aviation minister.

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