Nigerian Newspapers 10 things you need to know this Monday morning

Nigerian Newspapers 10 things you need to know this Monday morning

Nigerian Newspapers 10 things you need to know this Monday morning. Happy morning! The summary from Nigerian Newspapers for today is as follows:

1. The governor of Anambra State, Professor Charles Soludo, recognized the assailants as Igbo people, claiming that they are not foreign invaders. Although noting that the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has disassociated itself from the crime, Soludo said that the individuals thus far detained “are 100% Igbo.”

2. On Sunday, several masked individuals broke into a church (name withheld) in Shikal village of Langtang South Local Government Area of Plateau State and beat up the pastor and worshippers. The masqueraders were also said to have wrecked the Church’s musical apparatus in addition to whipping congregants and the pastor and overall upsetting the ceremony.

3. A Sunday car accident on Yangoji-Gwagwalada Road in the FCT resulted in the confirmation of 19 fatalities and eight injuries. The data were confirmed to reporters yesterday by Mr. Dauda Biu, Acting Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC).

4. On Sunday evening, there was a loud explosion in the ATC neighborhood of Taraba State’s capital, Jalingo. Usman Abdullahi, the State Police Command’s Public Relations Officer (PPRO), verified the event but was unable to provide any details on the number of victims.

5. Between 2019 and 2021, tax relief and concessions provided to major firms cost the federal government N16.76 trillion in income. By the end of 2021, 46 businesses had benefitted from different tax advantages and duty waiver programs, while 186 businesses’ petitions were still being processed.

6. A confrontation between officers from the Lagos State Police Command, the Lagos Airport Police Command, and students may be in the works as a result of the students’ plot to shut down the Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Ikeja, Lagos, on Monday (today).

7. According to the Oyo Mesi Traditional Council, all 65 candidates for the Alaafin stool who just showed up for an interview will continue in the selection process. Chief Yussuf Ayoola, the regent and Basorun of Oyo, revealed this on Sunday.

8. In Ede, Osun State, men from the Nigeria Hunters and Forest Security Service detained herbalist Ismail Adewuyi, 28, on suspicion of taking the head and intestines of a female body from the Muslim Cemetery, Oke Yidi, near Ede. According to reports, Adewuyi, equipped with a variety of charms, attacked the cemetery early on Saturday, unearthed a body, chopped off the head, and removed the intestines.

9. The Cross River State Sector Commander of the Federal Road Safety Corps, Maikano Hassan, has verified a single incidence that resulted in the death of a middle-aged woman in Calabar yesterday when she was hotly pursuing her husband over his “mistress.” Vanguard talked with the Sector Commander yesterday, who said that the event was

10. In the state’s Odukpani Local Government Area, the Cross River State Police Command has neutralized two of the three criminals who kidnapped some pastors in August 2022. The pastors were reportedly on their way to Creek Town for a church-planting ceremony when they were abducted by the attackers, who subsequently demanded N10 million in ransom to free them.