Nigerian Newspapers Headlines Today: 10 Latest News and Updates July 26, 2023


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1. Central Bank of Nigeria Directs Banks to Lift Post-No-Debit Restrictions on 440 Accounts
2. President Bola Tinubu Meets Former APC Leaders Amidst Party Leadership Issues
3. Atiku Abubakar Insists Tinubu’s Presidency is Unlawful, Seeks Nullification of Victory
4. Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors Declares Nationwide Indefinite Strike
5. Senate Faces Chaos Over Allegations of Looted Property in Lawmakers’ Offices
6. Bayelsa APC Elders Oppose Goodluck Jonathan’s Bid for Ministerial Slot
7. DSS Re-Arrests CBN Governor Emefiele Amidst Tussle with Correctional Services
8. President Tinubu’s Ministerial List to be Submitted to Senate on Thursday
9. Senate Urges NERC and DisCos to Halt Proposed Tariff Increase
10. President Tinubu Promises Diaspora-Friendly Policies for Nigerians Abroad




1. The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has issued a directive to banks to remove the post-no-debit restrictions on the bank accounts of 440 individuals and companies. The post-no-debit measure had blocked all debit transactions, including ATM withdrawals and cheques, while still allowing inflows. The circular, signed by A.M. Barau on behalf of the CBN, conveyed this instruction.



2. President Bola Tinubu held an audience with former National Chairman and Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Senators Abdullahi Adamu and Iyiola Omisore, respectively, at the Aso Rock Presidential Villa in Abuja on Tuesday. Although specific details of the meeting remain undisclosed, it is believed to be connected to issues surrounding the party’s leadership.



3. Atiku Abubakar, the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the February 25 presidential election, has strongly opposed the declaration of Bola Tinubu as Nigeria’s president, deeming it unlawful and unconstitutional. Atiku emphasized the need to remove Tinubu from office to restore integrity to the country’s polity. He made these remarks in his final address while supporting his petition seeking the nullification of Tinubu’s victory.




4. On Tuesday night, the Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) declared an indefinite nationwide strike. Dr. Orji Emeka Innocent, the association’s president, announced that the strike would commence at midnight on Tuesday.



5. A heated session erupted in the Senate on Tuesday over allegations made by Senator Adams Oshiomhole (APC, Edo North) regarding the looting of property in lawmakers’ offices at the end of the 9th National Assembly in June. Senator Solomon Adeola (APC, Ogun West) challenged Oshiomhole’s claim, leading to a contentious debate.





6. Elders from the Bayelsa State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) have expressed opposition to what they perceive as “relentless attempts” by former President Goodluck Jonathan to secure the state’s ministerial slot in President Bola Tinubu’s yet-to-be-formed cabinet.




7. The Department of State Services (DSS) re-arrested the suspended Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor, Godwin Emefiele, at the Federal High Court in Lagos. The arrest occurred after DSS operatives physically clashed with operatives from the Nigerian Correctional Services (NCS), who attempted to take Emefiele away in compliance with an order from Justice Nicholas Oweibo.




8. The ministerial list of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu is set to be delivered to the Senate on Thursday, according to Senate Majority Leader, Opeyemi Bamidele. This announcement was made during his 60th Anniversary Lecture and Book Presentation titled “Leadership through Communication” in Abuja.





9. On Tuesday, the Senate called on the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) and the 11 Electricity Distribution Companies (DisCos) to suspend their proposed tariff increase and allow Nigerians some financial relief. The Senate also urged DisCos to change their policy and enable Nigerian communities to recover the cost of purchasing an electricity transformer before imposing electricity bills.



10. President Bola Tinubu has assured Nigerians living abroad that his administration will be friendly towards them. He pledged to implement policies that facilitate better communication and support for Nigerians in the Diaspora, aiming to strengthen the nation’s democracy and serve as a model for other African countries.



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