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Very good morning to you and welcome to our curated top Naija headline News today  from Nigerian Newspapers today April 18th, 2023.

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What are the Nigerian newspapers’ headlines for today?

 

 

1) The Federal Government will begin paying the planned increase in civil servants’ salaries by the end of this month, barring any last-minute changes. (April). This followed the federal government’s plan to eliminate fuel subsidies by June.

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2) The Independent National Electoral Commission ordered Hudu Yunusa-Ari, the Resident Electoral Commissioner for Adamawa State, to stay away from the commission’s state office on Monday. INEC’s action was predicated on Yunusa-Ari’s declaration of the All Progressives Congress candidate for governor in Saturday’s supplementary election, Aisha Dahiru, also known as Binani, as the winner.

 

3) On Monday, the Ikeja Sexual Offences and Domestic Violence Court granted bail to Bishop Oluwafeyiropo Daniel, who was accused of raping two (unnamed) church pastors. Oluwafeyiropo, the founder of I Reign Christian Ministry, was remanded to Kirikiri Correctional Centre by Justice Ramon Oshodi pending the fulfilment of his bail conditions. Read More

 

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4) Olaide Adekunle, aged 33, reportedly sold her 18-month-old child for N600,000 to pay off her bank loan. The suspect, who resides in Sango in the Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Area of Ogun State, reportedly fled to Lagos, where she sold the infant to an unidentified purchaser.

 

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5) The Nigeria Labour Congress has vowed to thwart any plot to derail the Labour Party, particularly now that the party enjoys widespread support among Nigerians. The pledge was made on Monday, when the leadership of the labour union stormed the national secretariat of the Labour Party in Utako, Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, to show support for the embattled National Chairman, Julius Abure.

 

6) According to reports, a crisis between herders and farmers in the Mai Tumbi community of Mangu Local Government Area, Plateau, has resulted in the deaths of a large number of residents and the destruction of their homes. According to information gathered, the conflict began on Friday and is still ongoing at the time of filing this report.

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7) Eight individuals have been kidnapped by armed men in Owukpa, Ogbadibo Local Government Area, Benue State. According to locals, the incident occurred on Sunday evening along the Atamka-Ugbugbu road in Owukpa as the victims were returning from the Ahor-Ogbo Market, a village market.

 

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8) Yesterday, the All Progressives Congress (APC) vowed to resist any attempt to overturn the electoral victory of its candidate, Aishatu Dahiru Binani, who was declared the winner after Saturday’s supplementary elections by the State’s returning officer (REC), Hudu Yunus Ari. At a press conference held in Yola, the party bemoaned the negative propaganda spread through the media by agents of the PDP in an attempt to discredit the election process that produced Binani as the victor.

 

9) Monday’s performance of the naira across the various segments of the currency market was mixed. At the parallel market, the naira weakened by 0.41 percent to close at N741 per dollar, while at the I&E window, the naira strengthened by 0.38 percent to close at N462.25 per dollar, compared to Friday’s exchange rate of N40.00 per dollar.

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10) Abubakar Abdulaziz, 30, of Sabuwar Santa, Musawa Local Government Area, Katsina State, is currently in police custody for allegedly kidnapping and burying alive a three-year-old boy. Abdulaziz allegedly buried the kidnapped boy alive despite receiving N150,000 of the N800,000 ransom he demanded from the boy’s father.

 

 

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