Nigerian Newspapers headlines for today Tuesday, May 30, 2023: 10 things you need to know

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Top headlines for Tuesday May 30 , 2023 and top Naija headlines news today

What are the Nigerian newspapers headlines for today?

1. President Inaugurated as 16th President of Nigeria, Pledges Unity and Economic Progress.

Abuja, Nigeria – On Monday, President Bola Tinubu took the oath of office as the 16th President of Nigeria, vowing to prevent the country’s fragmentation. Addressing a gathering at Eagle Square during his inaugural speech, President Tinubu outlined a series of measures aimed at steering the nation towards economic development, stability, and prosperity.



2.  Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria Opposes President Tinubu’s Fuel Subsidy Removal Plan

Abuja, Nigeria – The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) has voiced its opposition to President Bola Tinubu’s plan to enforce the removal of fuel subsidies by the end of June. President Tinubu had reiterated his administration’s stance on discontinuing subsidy payments for petroleum products earlier on Monday in Abuja.


3. Former President Goodluck Jonathan Reveals Cabinet’s Fears During President Buhari’s Election Victory.


In a recent interview aired on Arise TV, former President Goodluck Jonathan disclosed that members of his cabinet harbored concerns about potential incarceration following ’s victory in the 2015 election. Jonathan revealed that some cabinet members even speculated that he might flee the country, but he chose to remain in Nigeria.

4. Investigation Underway Following Tragic Deaths of Woman and Two Daughters in Lagos Shop.

Lagos, Nigeria – The Lagos State Police Command is currently investigating the circumstances surrounding the tragic deaths of a woman and her two daughters inside a shop located in the PPL, Ijagun Okokomaiko area. The identities of the deceased, who reportedly locked themselves inside the shop for two days before their bodies were discovered, have yet to be confirmed.



5. Media Tycoon Raymond Dokpesi Passes Away, Leaving Behind a Legacy.

Nigeria’s media industry mourns the loss of Raymond Dokpesi, the renowned media tycoon and founding Chairman of Daar Communications Limited. The sad news was confirmed by Raymond Dokpesi Jr., his son and the current Chairman of Daar Communications, in a statement released on Monday.

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6. Newly Sworn-in Zamfara State Governor Laments Empty Treasury.

Gusau, Nigeria – Governor Dauda Dare, who recently assumed office in Zamfara State, expressed his distress upon discovering an empty treasury. Speaking at the Trade Fair Complex in Gusau immediately after his swearing-in ceremony, Dare emphasized that he inherited a state with no funds from his predecessor, .


7. President Joe Biden Extends Warm Wishes to Nigerian President Bola Tinubu, Expresses Readiness for Collaboration.


The President of the United States, Joe Biden, conveyed his desire to collaborate with Nigeria’s newly inaugurated President, Bola Tinubu. In a statement released on Monday, President Biden extended his felicitations to President Tinubu while expressing his willingness to work together.


8. Plateau State Governor Caleb Mutfwang Reveals Daunting N200 Billion Debt Inheritance.


Jos, Nigeria – During his inaugural speech in Jos, the capital of Plateau State, Governor Caleb Mutfwang disclosed that he inherited a staggering debt burden of N200 billion. The governor highlighted the magnitude of the financial challenge he faces as he assumes the responsibility of leading the state.



9. Long Queues Form at Petrol Stations in Lagos Following President Tinubu’s Fuel Subsidy Announcement.

Lagos, Nigeria – Just hours after President Bola Tinubu’s declaration that fuel subsidies have been eliminated, petrol stations in Lagos experienced a surge in customer demand, resulting in lengthy queues. Motorists flocked to NNPC stations in Ikeja, with a sense of urgency, eager to secure their fuel supplies in response to the policy shift.



10. Investigation Launched into Tragic Car Accident in Kogi State.

Lokoja, Nigeria – The government of Kogi State has initiated an investigation into a tragic incident involving a car that plunged into a canal, claiming the lives of five individuals. The state’s Commissioner for Information and Communications, Kingsley Fanwo, confirmed the ongoing inquiry in a statement released on Monday. Authorities are working to determine the circumstances leading to the unfortunate incident.


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