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A Very good morning y’all and welcome to curated top Headlines on Nigerian Newspapers today December 10, 2022.

What Nigerian Newspapers are Saying?

1) Prince Iheme, the older brother of Nollywood star Osita Iheme, was shot and killed by gunmen in Imo State on Friday.

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Iheme was reportedly travelling in the same vehicle as Martins Eke, the state’s commissioner for solid minerals, when the assailants came upon them and started shooting in the Ubomiri, Mbaitoli council area of the state. Read More

2) Oladapo Oyebanjo, better known by his stage name D’banj, has confirmed that the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offenses Commission (ICPC), where he had been detained for more than 72 hours, had indeed freed him.

The artist stressed that all he enjoys doing is “chopping” lives while stating that he has no business with fraud in his Instagram post from Friday.

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3) On Friday, there were sporadic reports of shooting by unidentified gunmen in some areas of Imo state.

Eyewitnesses in Owerri and the surrounding areas, where the incident took place, provided the information.

4) After Brazil’s unexpected World Cup exit, Tite has resigned from his position as head coach.

The South Americans were predicted to win the entire tournament in Qatar and put on a number of breathtaking performances along the way. Read More 

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5) Ohanaeze Ndigbo, the leading sociocultural organisation of the Igbo people, has urged Nigerians not to support candidates who consciously avoided participating in debates ahead of the general election of 2023.

6) The Independent National Electoral Commission and security agencies are cooperating with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission to eradicate vote-buying, and the commission said on Friday that it would ensure its prevention in the upcoming general elections.

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7) According to the World Bank, since 2015, when president Muhammadu Buhari was first elected as President, the nation’s development has slowed down.

Nigeria performed well between 2001 and 2014, with an average growth of 7%, and was among the top 15 fastest-growing economies globally, according to the World Bank’s review of Nigerian public finances, “A Better Future for All Nigerians: 2022 Nigeria Poverty Assessment.”

8) Abayomi Arabambi, the acting national publicity secretary, was fired by the Labour Party’s National Working Committee on Friday, and the party’s Ogun State chapter was disbanded as a result of their alleged involvement in the purported expulsion of Doyin Okupe, the director general of the Obi-Datti Presidential Campaign Council. Read More 

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9) The Nigerian Bar Association asked the BoB Chairman, Chief Wole Olanipekun (SAN), not to preside over the most recent call-to-Bar ceremonies in a letter, which the Body of Benchers did not respond to.

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It also expressed displeasure over the use of social media by the NBA to circulate official and sensitive documents.

10) President Muhammadu Buhari has issued a directive on Friday to beef up security around hospitals in the state of Anambra to prevent the kidnapping of infants.

On Tuesday, a group of armed men attacked a maternity hospital in Nkpologwu, Aguata Local Government Area, and abducted four infants.

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