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Newspaper Headlines: Reps consider bill to bar bank employees from operating foreign accounts

Newspaper Headlines: Reps consider bill to bar bank employees from operating foreign accounts
June 11
08:09 2021

The comments of President Muhammadu Buhari on some of issues affecting the country in an interview with Arise TV dominated the cover pages of Nigerian newspapers.

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The Punch says Buhari asked the All Progressives Congress (APC) to take responsibility for the zoning of the 2023 presidency. The newspaper says the federal government has started making moves to sell seized assets.

The Nigerian Tribune says some of the country’s elder statesmen including former President Olusegun Obasanjo are set to meet with Buhari on the state of the nation. The house of representatives is considering a bill to bar bank employees from operating foreign accounts, the newspaper reports.

Daily Independent reports that Buhari ordered security agencies to be ruthless against bandits. The newspaper says herdsmen killed 11 persons in fresh attacks on two Benue communities.

The Nation reports that the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is considering the creation of a digital currency. The US government asked the federal government to reverse the ban on Twitter, the newspaper reports.

The Guardian reports the comment of Buhari that his administration will reclaim grazing routes for herders. The newspaper says security operatives are on high alert ahead of the June 12 protests.

Business Day reports COVID-19 in Africa remains a puzzle in the wake of the initial prediction that the pandemic will cause mind-blowing disaster on the continent. The newspaper listed five takeaways from Buhari’s Arise TV interview.

1 Comment

  1. PALMER
    PALMER June 11, 09:45

    GOOD JOB HERE!

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