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What Nigerian newspapers are saying  according the summary from Nigerian Newspapers and  today are as follows:

1. Nyesom Wike, the governor of Rivers State, stated Wednesday that his group will not abandon its call for Dr. Iyorchia Ayu, the PDP’s national chairman, to quit. The governor declared that his group would continue to support the party and work to uphold its principles of harmony, inclusivity, equity, and peace. Read More

2. The Academic Staff Union of Universities, which is currently on strike, will challenge the National Industrial Court’s decision ordering its members to return to work on Friday (today).

3. Rotimi Akeredolu, the governor of Ondo State, has accused the federal government of bias for denying the Western Nigeria Security Network Agency, commonly known as the Amotekun Corps, permission to carry high-tech weapons. He cited the Federal Government’s (FG) authorization for the Amotekun Corps-like Katsina State Security Outfit to carry weapons.

4. Usman Baba, the inspector general of police, has denounced the alleged assault on Inspector Teju Moses by her boss Prof. Zainab Duke, her housekeeper Rebecca Enechido, and an unidentified male suspect who is still at large. Olumuyiwa Adejobi, the Force’s spokesperson, said this on Thursday.

5. Police arrest lawyer for beating orderly who refused to do house chores

Prof. Zainab Abiola, a lawyer and human rights campaigner, has been detained by the police after she is accused of assaulting an Abuja police orderly.

It was determined that the alleged assault occurred as a result of her orderly, Inspector Teju Moses, refusing to perform housework. Read More

6. Nigeria is reportedly making concerted efforts to combat oil theft, according to Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice (AGF) Abubakar Malami SAN. This includes spending a significant amount of money on pipeline surveillance security through regular budgetary allocations for the Armed Forces and payments to private security firms under special Public Private Partnership (PPP) arrangements.

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7. The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has stated its intention to actively take part in the political processes leading up to the general elections in 2023. To this end, it established a Committee on Political Strategy and Action, made up of notable figures who would aid the umbrella organisation of Nigerian Christians in achieving its goal.

8. Bishops who met with Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, presidential candidate for the governing All Progressives Congress (APC), on Thursday in Abuja claimed they had not made up their minds to support him. The Pentecostal Bishops Forum of Northern Nigeria had a meeting with the APC candidate.

9. Residents of Alaaguntan in the Ewekoro Local Government Area of Ogun State were alarmed to discover the Baptist Day School, the neighborhood’s primary school, empty on Monday following an alleged break-in at midnight. According to reports, the thugs entered the classrooms through a ceiling break in the school and stole expensive stuff.

10. Despite pressure from some of his followers, Atiku Abubakar, the Peoples Democratic Party’s (PDP) presidential candidate, is steadfastly refusing to turn the tables on Nyesom Wike’s supporters who have pulled out of backing him in the race.


11. Migrant boat from Lebanon sinks off Syria, 34 dead

A boat carrying migrants capsized off the coast of Syria on Thursday, killing at least 34 people.

The boat “boat left Lebanon days ago.” according to survivors, said Samer Qubrusli, director-general of ports.

Rescue efforts, according to one witness who claimed the boat carried more than 150 passengers, he said.

Twenty survivors, according to Syria’s health ministry, are being treated in Tartus’ Basel Hospital.

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12. UN told Myanmar has gone from ‘bad to worse to horrific

Since the military overthrew the government last year, according to Tom Andrews, the United Nations’ special rapporteur on human rights in Myanmar, conditions for the country’s 54 million citizens have gotten “bad to worse to horrific.”

Speaking in Geneva to the UN Human Rights Council, Andrews claimed that the international response to the crisis brought on by the coup in February 2021 had “failed” and that the Myanmar military was also engaging in war crimes and crimes against humanity, such as sexual assault, torture, a deliberate campaign against civilians, and murder.

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