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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines Today: 10 Things You Need to Know Today, Friday, April 7, 2023

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Very good morning to you and welcome to our curated top Naija headline News today  from Nigerian Newspapers today April 7th, 2023.

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What are the Nigerian newspapers’ headlines for today?

 

 

1) The outcome of this year’s general elections, according to former President Olusegun Obasanjo, has made Nigeria more divided than ever before. He stated that the administration that follows President Muhammadu Buhari must find ways to heal the division’s wounds.

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2) Residents of Daki Biyu, a suburb in Abuja’s Jabi District, have been thrown into panic by the authorities’ ongoing demolition of structures in the community. The demolition is a component of the FCTA’s ongoing efforts to restore the Abuja master plan.

 

 

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3) A FCT High Court has enjoined the Nigerian Army and the Ministry of Defense, among others, from trespassing on plots of land in Maitama Extension, also known as Maitama Aliero, an upscale neighborhood. Justice U. P. Kekemeke enjoined the defendants pending the outcome of an ongoing case before the court.

 

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4) The amount of N320,345,040,835 has been approved by President Muhammadu Buhari as the 2023 intervention funds for public tertiary education institutions in the country. Executive Secretary of the Tertiary Education Trust Fund, Sonny Echono, made this announcement yesterday in Abuja during TETFund’s annual strategic planning workshop with the heads of all beneficiary institutions.

 

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5) The governors of the All Progressives Congress (APC) under the umbrella of the Progressive Governors Forum (PGF) have declared that they will not interfere in the election of National Assembly officers. The governors who emerged yesterday from a marathon meeting in Abuja stated that both the new and old members of the ruling party were intelligent enough to comprehend Nigerians’ expectations.

 

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6) President Muhammadu Buhari stated yesterday that the 2023 elections have demonstrated the growing strength of the nation’s democracy, particularly the sophistication of the Nigerian electorate when it comes to choosing leaders. He made this statement while receiving Alhaji Muhammad Hamim Nuhu Sunusi, the newly-installed Emir of Dutse, Jigawa State, at the State House in Abuja

 

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7) The federal government’s decision to secure a $800 million World Bank facility as a palliative to cushion the impact on the people was met with significant opposition yesterday. The opposition was led by the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, the Trade Union Congress, TUC, the Nigeria Employers Consultative Association, NECA, and the Northern Youth Council of Nigeria, NYCN.

 

 

8) Labour Party Presidential Campaign Council, LP-PCC, yesterday accused the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, of a well-calculated and orchestrated campaign of calumny to discredit and delegitimize Mr Peter Obi, its presidential candidate, in order to compel him to abandon his right to seek redress in court, following the result of the last election.

 

 

9) The National Population Commission, NPC, has pledged to fully implement digital technology in the conduct of census exercises to ensure that the data generated conforms to international standards. Ejike Ezeh, the Federal Commissioner representing Enugu State, made this promise in Enugu while inaugurating a 21-person State census Publicity Committee.

 

 

10) Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, stated yesterday that the Yoruba sociopolitical organisation, Afenifere, is still hurt by Peter Obi’s loss as Labour Party candidate. In an interview with reporters in Washington, DC, the minister stated that Afenifere has refused to accept Obi’s electoral defeat.

 

 

Breaking news in Nigeria today :Labour Party announces new Acting Chairman as Abure steps aside, Police invade party’s secretariat

 

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