Breaking News in Nigeria Today : Friday 29th July 2022
Here are some of the Breaking News in Nigeria Today Friday 29th July 2022 on some of the nation newspapers .
Religious pairing’ll not determine winner of 2023 presidency –Erubami
Mashood Erubami is a civil society activist and President and Convener of Nigeria Voters Assembly, a non-governmental organisation that advocates for greater participation in the political process. In this interview, he speaks on the recently Osun State governorship election, the debate over All Progressives Congress (APC) Muslim-Muslim ticket and the 2023 general election, among others.
Lagos Guber: Can Salvador upset the apple cart?
As the electorate in Lagos prepare for the 2023 governorship election in the state, ANAYO EZUGWU reports on plans by the governorship candidate of Labour Party (LP), Moshood Salvador, to dislodge the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) Despite his closeness and relationship with the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu,
APC chieftain calls for urgent resolution of ASUU strike
A chieftain of the ruling All Progressives Congress( APC), Chief Sam Nkire, hascalledontheFederal Government to urgently take action to avert the looming solidarity strike by the Nigerian LabourCongress(NLC) insupport of the striking Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), intheinterestof peace and unity in the country. Nkire who had once taken a swipe at ASUU for
We have required number to impeach Buhari –Fadahunsi
The lawmaker representing Osun East Senatorial District, Senator Francis Fadahunsi, yesterday, said that the 9th Senate had all it takes to impeach President Muhammadu Buhari. Some members of the Senate across party lines staged a walk-out, after the move to serve impeachment notice on President Buhari was resisted by the President of theSenate, AhmadLawan and
Kwarans laud govt’s massive infrastructural devt projects
Development agenda Intensive infrastructure building is an elixir for faster economic growth and alleviation of poverty in the society which most advanced economies have taken sacrosanct. It is therefore not surprising that the Kwara state Governor, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, had at different forums reiterated the unwavering commitment of his administration to infrastructural and human capital development,
Reprieve as A’Ibom govt begins remedial work on collapsed Eket roads
Danger signal The Akwa Ibom State Government has commenced remedial work on Mkpok Road and other roads in Eket Local Government Area threatened by flood water. The government’s response is in reaction to the ‘Save Our Souls’ message sent by residents of the area to Governor Udom Emmanuel over the collapsed Mkpok Road. Speaking on
Planned motorcycle ban as threat to industrial harmony
As the National Security Council reveals plans for a nationwide ban on motorcycles and mining activities in the country as part of a measure to curb terrorist activities, stakeholders in the private sector have called for restrictions, caution and a rethink as the proposed ban would skew Nigeria’s industrialisation plan, trigger a high unemployment rate,
Don’t allow FG, ASUU dispute escalate –Unions
Transport unions and traders in Anambra State have urged the Federal Government, the Ministry of Labour and Employment and striking university lecturers under their umbrella group of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to understand and realise that the on-going strike that has kept Nigerian students at home for several months may cause societal
Alleged N109bn Fraud: Court admits ex AGF, Idris, others to bail
An Abuja High Court sitting in Maitama yesterday admitted the former Accountant- General of the Federation, AGF, Ahmed Idris, to bail. The trial judge, Justice Adeyemi Ajayi in her ruling adopted all the terms and conditions of the administrative bail the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, earlier gave the ex-AGF and his two co-
Akeredolu allays fears over Owo shootings
Ondo State Governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, has said that Wednesday shooting at the yard of Craneburg Construction Company in Owo was aimed at destroying some of their equipment and not to maim or kill anyone. Akeredolu, who visited the construction site in company of heads of security agencies in the state, including the Commander of Amotekun