Nigerian Newspapers headlines for today Thursday, June 8, 2023: 10 things you need to know

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Top Nigerian Newspapers headlines for today Thursday June 8, 2023 and top Naija headlines news today

What are the Nigerian newspapers headlines for today

 

1) President Bola Tinubu has instructed the National Economic Council to provide input on palliatives and the review of the minimum wage as part of measures to mitigate the impact of subsidy removal. During a meeting with members of the Nigeria Governors Forum, Tinubu directed the Nigerian Economic Council (NEC), led by Vice President Kashim Shettima, to mobilise various interventions to alleviate the plight of Nigerians.

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2) The Labour Party and its presidential candidate, Peter Obi, presented the final results for the 36 federated states and the Federal Capital Territory on Wednesday. The court accepted the documents as evidence and designated them as exhibits. The subsequent hearings on the petition have been postponed until Thursday, June 8, 2023.

3) Boss Mustapha, the former Secretary to the Government of the Federation, signed and transferred his office documents to George Akume on Wednesday. Shortly after Akume’s arrival, the transfer took place at the SGF office located in the Three Arms Zone in Abuja.

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4) The Nigerian National Petroleum Company has confirmed that once the Dangote Refinery begins pumping out refined petroleum products at the end of July or the beginning of August, it will reduce its imports of Premium Motor Spirit, also known as petrol.

 

5) Prior to the inauguration of the 10th Assembly on Tuesday, some aspirants for the Senate Presidency and Speaker of the House of Representatives have continued to insist on running for the positions in open defiance of the All Progressives Congress’s zoning arrangement announced in early May.

 

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6) Former governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in Edo State, Ken Imasuagbon, resigned from the PDP on Wednesday. In a letter sent to the chairman of the party in the state, Tony Aziegbemi, and the chairman of his local government, Esan South-East ward 2, the prominent Edo politician remained silent on his reasons for leaving the PDP.

 

7) A boy was reportedly killed by a truck and numerous others were injured during the demolition of structures at the Eid-Ground in the city of Kano. It was determined that the incident occurred as a result of thugs plundering the rubble of the demolished structures.

 

8) A DJ, Ali Dan-Asabe, has been remanded by a Kano State Sharia court in Dambare, Ungogo LGA, for disrupting studies and other activities at an Islamiyya school. The police brought Dan-Asabe before the court after receiving a complaint from the school’s administration that his activities were disrupting students’ classes with loud music.

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9) On Wednesday, Senate President Ahmad Lawan stated that it did not bother him that the 9th National Assembly he presided over was dubbed the rubber stamp assembly. During an interactive session with the Senate Press Corps at the National Assembly in Abuja, he made this statement.

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10) 75 senators-elect support Senator Godswill Akpabio for Senate President ahead of next week’s inauguration of the 10th National Assembly, according to Senator Ali Ndume’s statement on Wednesday evening.

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