Nigerian Newspapers Headlines For Today Saturday 11 December, 2021

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Top Nigerian Newspapers Headlines For Today Saturday 11 December. 

  –  Good morning Nigeria, and welcome to the Ejes Gist , Saturday,11th of December, 2021,

Hello and good morning! Today’s summary from Nigerian Newspapers is as follows:

1. In response to the recent increase in bandit activity, President Muhammadu Buhari dispatched a high-level delegation made up of heads of the country’s intelligence and security services to the states of Sokoto and Katsina yesterday. Garba Shehu, his spokesman, stated this in a statement on Friday.

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2. As a result of the Federal ’s flight restrictions, Emirates Airlines has halted all flights to Nigeria indefinitely. All Emirates flights to Nigeria will be halted until the issues between the UAE and Nigeria are resolved, according to a statement on the company’s website.

3. Nigerians and the international community have been assured by President Muhammadu Buhari of a free and fair election in 2023, as well as a peaceful transfer of power. The assurance came during the president’s remarks at a Virtual Summit for Democracy organized by US Vice President Joe Biden.

4. Sen. Iyorchia Ayu, the PDP’s National Chairman, says the party’s new National Working Committee (NWC) will be guided by consultation, teamwork, internal democracy, and national interest. This was stated by Ayu during the NWC’s inauguration on Friday in Abuja, where he assured that the new team would strengthen the party’s internal democratic processes.

5. The people of Atta Community in Imo State’s Njaba Local Area awoke Friday to find the remains of their traditional ruler, Eze Edwin Azike. Unidentified gunmen are said to have kidnapped the monarch in the community on Thursday.

6. A group of Northern youths has stated that, in light of the security crisis that has engulfed Nigeria, particularly Northern Nigeria, which has become the epicenter of kidnapping-for-ransom, President Muhammadu Buhari’s best option is to humbly resign. This was stated by Isah Abubakar, President of the Northern Youth Council of Nigeria, in a statement released on Friday.

7. Telecom industry insiders are wailing that rising spending on tech-related foreign content will erode recent gains and eventually cripple the industry if nothing is done quickly to stem the tide. The annual outflow of foreign exchange for the telecommunications sector is estimated to be around $2.16 billion, according to the Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria, ATCON.

8. ASUU members in the Yola zone of Adamawa State have stated that they will not accept any appeal from Nigerians to postpone a planned strike. The Yola Zone said Nigerians should blame the Federal Government for failing to comply with the renegotiation of the 2009 agreement during a press conference at the NUJ secretariat in Yola on Friday.

9. The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has renewed its call for justice for hundreds of its members who were allegedly killed by soldiers in the convoy of the then Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai (retd.) in Zaria, Kaduna State, in December 2015. Prof. I.M. Mshelgaru wrote an editorial that stated this.

10. A shooting broke out between rival factions of the Edo State Practicing Butchers Association yesterday, prompting the President of the National Butchers Association, Chief Osamede Adun, to call on the state Commissioner of Police and the government to invite the parties before things get out of hand.

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