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A Very good morning y’all and welcome to curated top Headlines on Nigerian Newspapers today December 26, 2022.

What Nigerian Newspapers are Saying?

1) Fuel will be available during the holiday season, but the Nigerian Midstream and Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Authority (NMDPRA) has issued a warning that it will crack down on gas stations that are hoarding fuel to create a false scarcity. Abdulsalam Mohammed, the controller of the NMDPRA in Jos, Plateau State, stated this yesterday.

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2) Because President Muhammadu Buhari will be visiting Kogi State on Thursday, December 29, 2022, to commission projects started by Governor Yahaya Bello, the Kogi State Government has declared that day a public holiday. This was stated in a statement released on Sunday by Kingsley Fanwo, the state commissioner for information and communications.

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3) A fight between two rival youth groups reportedly claimed the lives of five people in Ekpan, Uvwie Local Government Council Area, Delta State. As many others have been taken to the Warri General Hospital for treatment, it was alleged that the incident happened on Christmas Eve.

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4) On Sunday, the Peoples Democratic Party and the All Progressives Congress fought over claims made by Matthew Hassan Kukah, the bishop of the Sokoto Catholic Diocese, that President Muhammadu Buhari had broken his electoral promises from 2015. While the APC criticized the Christian leader’s statement as ungodly and biased, the PDP backed the cleric, saying his assessment of Buhari’s administration was accurate.

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5) A businessman named Dapo Olofinmakin claims that his mother, Olufunmilayo, exhumed the body of his deceased father, Segun, in order to sell the land where he was interred on Sanya Street in the Lagos State neighborhood of Aguda. Dapo, 47, reportedly objected to his mother’s plan to relocate the body in order to facilitate the building’s sale.

6) In an act of love and to promote greater religious tolerance, a Muslim sect known as the Shiites went to a Christmas service at one of the biggest denominations in Zaria, Kaduna State, on Sunday.

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7) When a police officer affiliated with the Ajah Police Station fatally shot a female lawyer, Bolanle Raheem on Sunday, there was chaos in the Ajah neighborhood of Lagos State. According to reports, the cop, who was with a team of police officers, fled the scene, confusing the neighborhood.

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8) On Christmas Day, tragedy struck when nine people tragically lost their lives and 24 others were injured in separate traffic accidents in the states of Ogun and Bauchi. In the Ganjuwa Local Government Area of Bauchi State, a single collision at Sabuwar Miya on the Kafin Madaki-Ningi Road claimed the lives of six people.

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9) In order to avoid issues, President Muhammadu Buhari declared yesterday that he would not reside in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), after leaving office in May 2023. The president thanked Nigerians for their support during his two terms in office and announced he would return to his hometown of Daura, Katsina State, to take a break from the demands of his position.

10) The All Progressives Congress (APC) has been fined N5 million by Ebonyi State Governor David Umahi for breaking the terms of the State’s Executive Order 3 of 2022. Political parties are forbidden by Executive Order 3 from conducting political activities in public spaces like parks, schools, and markets without first requesting and receiving the necessary authorization from the State government.

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