Nigerian Newspapers Today: Top Naija news from Nigeria for November 14, 2022 – NewsOnline Nigeria

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A Very good morning y’all and welcome to curated top Headlines on November 14, 2022.

What Nigerian Newspapers are Saying?

1)  All Progressives Congress candidate , candidate Alhaji Atiku Abubakr, and candidate Mr. ’s campaigns were at loggerheads yesterday over fake news and hate speech.

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In a statement, Bayo Onanuga, the director of media and publicity for Tinubu’s campaign, accused Atiku and Obi of funding false information against Tinubu in an effort to have the former governor of Lagos State disqualified. He claimed that this would hurt the pair’s chances of winning the presidency.

2) Oche Enenche, a former lecturer in the Department of Electrical and Electronics and deputy rector of the Benue State Polytechnic, was shot and killed over the weekend by the criminal gangs terrorising drivers and commuters on the major Otukpo-Eke-Ugbokolo-Otukpa route.

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3) Mr. Joseph David, a 28-year-old cab driver who was abducted along Esuk Mba road in the state’s Akpabuyo Local Area, has been freed by the help of Cross River State Police Command.

4) Due to Israel Adesanya’s loss to Brazilian Alex Pereira in the early hours of Sunday, Canadian musician Drake has incurred a monetary loss.

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Drake reportedly bet CA$2,000,000 on the Nigerian mixed martial artist hoping to win CA$2,900,000. However, his plan backfired when Adesanya was submitted a few minutes before the fight’s conclusion.

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5) On Sunday night, the presidential hopefuls for the African Action Congress, Omoyele Sowore; Action Democratic Party, Yabagi Sani; Social Democratic Party, Adewole Adebayo; and the All Progressives Grand Alliance, Mr. Peter Umeadi, pledged to restructure the security system to address the nation’s insecurity.

Along with focusing on the growth of the education sector, they also committed to uphold the law and end poverty.

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6) Omoyele Sowore, the presidential candidate for the African Action Congress, has asked the Center for Democracy and Development and Arise Television for an apology for allegedly excluding him from the presidential debate that took place on November 6, 2022, in Abuja.

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7) Due to legal action initiated by local airlines against the federal government, its foreign technical partner, and majority shareholders, the national carrier project may be put on hold.

On Friday, about eight regional airlines and their organisation filed a lawsuit against the government, naming as defendants Nigerian Air, Ethiopian Airlines, Aviation Minister Hadi Sirika, and Attorney-General of the Federation .

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8) Adetutu Adedokun, a staff of the Department of State Services, is said to have ended her life on Thursday by jumping into the Lagoon.

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Adedokun’s Uber driver allegedly stated that she was speaking with her fiancé on the phone when she got out of the vehicle and jumped into the lagoon.

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9) Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s candidate for president, has stated that being trustworthy is the most significant trait he possesses before the presidential election on February 25, 2023.

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He declared, “My most prized asset is that Nigerians can trust me.”

10) The release of the remains of one Obadiah Ibrahim, who was abducted in early October in Sabon Gaya while returning from Abuja to Kaduna, is being sought for a ransom of N10 million.

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Kefas Obadiah, a relative of the victim, claimed that the criminals had previously demanded N3 million in ransom.

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