10 Top News in Nigeria from Major Nigerian Newspapers, Nov 26, 2023

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Latest Nigeria newspaper headlines today: 10 Top News in Nigeria from Major Nigerian Newspapers, Nov 26, 2023. 


Good morning! Here is today’s latest news in Nigeria from Major Nigerian Newspapers:


Multicultural Strength Emphasized: Vice-President Kashim Shettima, speaking during the 37th edition of the Akesan day celebration at Christ Apostolic Grammar School, Iperu-Remo, Ogun State, urged Nigerians to view the country’s multicultural diversity as a source of strength rather than division.

Access Granted in Election Petition Case: The Kogi State Election Petition Tribunal in Lokoja has granted Murtala Ajaka of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) the legal authority to access materials and documents used in the November 11 gubernatorial election, marking a significant development in the ongoing case.

Governors Address Challenges: Governors from the North-East convened in Yola, Adamawa State, on Saturday, to collectively address the challenges faced by the region. Governor Babagana Umara Zulum of Borno, the forum’s chairman, emphasized the importance of collaborative efforts to overcome the daunting regional issues.


Baze University Faces Restrictions: Baze University in Abuja, allegedly owned by Yusuf Baba-Ahmed, the running mate of the 2023 presidential candidate of the Labour Party, has been barred by the Council of Legal Education (CLE) from admitting students into its Law Faculty for the next five years. This decision stems from the university’s alleged consistent abuse of its admission quota for law students.

Hamas Releases Israeli Hostages: In a significant development, Hamas fighters released a second group of 13 Israeli hostages in exchange for Palestinian prisoners. This marks a pivotal moment following their assault on a music festival, releasing one of the individuals snatched during the incident.

Terrorist Attacks and Abductions: Terrorists, led by kingpin Damina, carried out attacks on villages in Zamfara State, kidnapping over 100 villagers. Additionally, in Taraba State, suspected bandits killed 11 persons. The terrorists targeted Mutunji community in Zamfara, resulting in the loss of lives and the abduction of women and children.

Operations Against Terrorism: Troops of Operation Haderin Daji in the Northwest zone neutralized suspected terrorists in Matazu Local Government Area of Katsina State. Simultaneously, they successfully rescued kidnapped hostages in Faskari and Batsari Local Government Areas, showcasing the operational effectiveness of the security forces.

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Boko Haram Leader Neutralized: The Air Component of Operation Hadin Kai conducted air strikes on the Mandara Mountains in Borno, resulting in the elimination of a top Boko Haram terrorists’ leader, Abu Asad, along with numerous others. Air Commodore Edward Gabkwet, Director, Public Relations and Information, Nigerian Air Force (NAF), confirmed the success of the operation.


Governor’s Optimism Amidst Legal Challenge: Plateau State Governor, Caleb Mutfwang, expressed optimism on Saturday, despite the Appeal Court sacking him. He conveyed confidence in obtaining justice at the Supreme Court, urging the people of the state to remain steadfast and pray for the success of his administration.

Fatal Accident in Lagos: A fatal accident involving a tanker claimed the life of an unidentified boy at Oke, inward the Gbagada axis of Lagos on Saturday. The tanker driver was rescued by operatives of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA), as disclosed in a statement by the Public Relations Officer, LASTMA, Adebayo Taofiq.

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