Nigerian Newspapers Summary: 10 things You Need to Know Today, September 10, 2023

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Top Nigerian Newspapers Headlines Today for Sunday, September 10, 2023.

 

Good morning, and welcome to today’s summary of key events from . Here are the top News in Nigeria making headlines:

Rivers State Governor Declares “2-Baba” Wanted: Rivers State Governor Siminalayi Fubara has declared Gift David Okpara Okpolowu, also known as “2-Baba,” and his criminal gang wanted for the murder of a Divisional Police Officer in Odiemudie Community. A reward of N100 million has been offered for information leading to their arrest.

DSS Operative Arrested for Shooting Incident: The Commissioner of Police, Federal Capital Territory, Haruna Garba, announced the arrest and detention of a Department of State Services operative involved in a shooting incident that left several injured. Investigation into the incident is ongoing.

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North East Governors Urge Military to Deal with Insurgents: The North East Governors’ Forum, led by Gov. Babagana Zulum of Borno, has called on the military to take action against insurgents who refuse to surrender during the ongoing mass surrender by terrorists in the region.

Deadly Earthquake Strikes Morocco: Morocco has experienced its deadliest earthquake in decades, with over 1,000 casualties reported. Rescue efforts are underway in remote mountain villages following the 6.8-magnitude quake, which struck near Marrakesh.

President Tinubu Calls for Global Aid: President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, speaking at the 18th G-20 Leaders’ Summit in India, urged the Global North and advanced economies to direct resources and efforts to support the disadvantaged Global South.

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Senator Umahi Warns : Minister of Works Senator Dave Umahi has advised Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s presidential candidate, not to pursue an appeal against the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal’s verdict affirming President ’s victory.

Ondo Governor Assents to LCDAs Creation: Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu of Ondo has signed a bill creating 33 Local Council Development Areas (LCDAs) in the state, disproving critics by swiftly resuming his official duties after returning from a medical vacation.

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Canoe Accident in Adamawa: The Adamawa State Government confirmed the recovery of eight bodies after a canoe accident in Yola South Local Government Area. Search efforts for seven missing passengers continue.

Senator Udende Vows to Consolidate Victory: Senator Emmanuel Udende, representing Benue North East senatorial district, assured his constituents that his election victory would be consolidated at the Court of Appeal following a recent judgment overturning his win.

EFCC Arrests Internet Fraudsters: The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) arrested 41 suspected internet fraudsters in Warri, Delta State, based on intelligence reports. They were apprehended by operatives of the Benin Zonal Command of the EFCC.

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Stay tuned for further updates on these developing stories as we continue to bring you the latest news from across Nigeria.

 

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