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Top Nigerian Newspaper Headlines for Today.

Nigerian Newspapers: Top 10 Stories for Tuesday

Good morning! Here’s a summary of the top stories from Nigerian newspapers for Tuesday, April 23, 2024:

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1. Binance Regional Manager Arrested in Kenya: Nadeem Anjarwalla, who escaped from a Nigerian detention facility on March 22, has been arrested in Kenya by the Kenyan Police Service.

2. Tinubu Calls for Regional Cooperation Against Terrorism: President Bola Tinubu emphasized the need for African countries to strengthen regional cooperation and institution-building to address the evolving threat of terrorism on the continent.

3. FG to Sell Off Electricity Distribution Companies: The Federal Government has vowed to sell off the five electricity Distribution Companies (DisCos) as blackout persists, citing the lack of technical capacity by banks and AMCON to manage the companies.

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4. Tinubu to Visit Netherlands for High-Level Discussions: President Bola Tinubu will embark on an official visit to the Kingdom of the Netherlands for high-level discussions with Prime Minister Mark Rutte.

5. Rivers State Assembly Passes Local Government Amendment Bill: The Rivers State House of Assembly has passed the Local Government Amendment Bill into law without the assent of Governor Siminalayi Fubara.

6. Price of Rice Drops to N67,000 per Bag: Following the recent rebound of the naira against the dollar, the price of a 50 kilogramme bag of rice has dropped to an average of N67,000 in Lagos, Abuja, Ogun, and others.

7. Naira Depreciates to N1,234 Against US Dollar: The naira depreciated in value against the United States dollar to N1,234 at the official foreign exchange market on Monday.

8. Cult Clash Claims One Life in Ogun State: One Azeez Olaitan was reportedly killed by suspected members of the Aiye Confraternity in the Alogi area of Ogun State.

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9. Three Die in Pit Latrine Tragedy in Kano State: A 60-year-old man, his son, and another person died in a pit latrine while trying to recover a cellphone in Yar’Gwanda village, Kano State.

10. Bobrisky Appeals Six-Month Imprisonment: Controversial cross-dresser Bobrisky has appealed against the six months imprisonment imposed on him by the Federal High Court in Lagos, seeking a fine instead.

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