Nigerian Newspapers Review for Today: Major Headlines – September 27, 2023.
Good morning! Here are today’s key stories from Nigerian newspapers:
New CBN Governor Prioritizes Forex Obligations: Olayemi Cardoso, the new Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, has pledged to address the apex bank’s unsettled foreign exchange obligations. Speaking during a Senate screening session, Cardoso emphasized transparency, corporate governance, and bolstering the bank’s autonomy.
Naira Marley to Assist in Mohbad’s Death Investigation: Nigerian singer Naira Marley has promised to return to Nigeria to aid in the investigation into the death of his former record label signee, Mohbad. He hinted that the circumstances surrounding Mohbad’s demise would be revealed in due course.
NLC and TUC Direct Shutdown Over Unmet Demands: The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC) have instructed their members to shut down the economy on October 3, 2023. This directive stems from the federal government’s failure to meet their demands, as announced by NLC President Joe Ajaero and TUC President Festus Osifo.
House of Representatives Speaker Decries Insecurity: Speaker Tajudeen Abbas expressed concern over the ongoing security challenges in the country. He noted that despite government efforts, the situation remains precarious but highlighted some successes in addressing insecurity.
Government Approves Acquisition of Attack Helicopters: The federal government has given the green light for the acquisition of 12 MD 530 F Cayuse attack helicopters. This move aims to enhance the operational capabilities of the Nigerian Army in combating security challenges.
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Gunmen Attack Polytechnic in Nasarawa: Gunmen targeted Isa Mustapha Agwai I Polytechnic in Lafia, Nasarawa State, injuring one admission seeker and two students. They also abducted a female student named Ajoke.
Labour Party’s Gubernatorial Candidate Rejects Tribunal’s Ruling: Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, the Labour Party’s gubernatorial candidate in Lagos State, has contested the election petition tribunal’s decision affirming Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s victory, alleging legal errors.
Market Chairman Abducted in Onitsha: Chief Enibe Francis, Chairman of Mgbuka Amazu Market in Onitsha, Anambra State, was abducted by unknown assailants, possibly related to the recent sit-at-home protest in the area.
Call to Reduce Bureau de Change Operators: Tope Fasua, Special Adviser to the President on Economic Affairs, called for a significant reduction in the number of bureau de change operators in Nigeria, suggesting a reduction from over 5,000 to about 200.
Landlord Allegedly Scalds 11-Year-Old Girl: A landlord identified as Michael reportedly poured hot water on an 11-year-old girl named Princess in Mowe, Ogun State.
These are the top stories making headlines in Nigerian newspapers today. Stay informed and have a great day!
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