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Nigerian Newspapers: 10 things to know this Monday, Morning, October 2



Good morning! Here is today’s summary from Nigerian Newspapers:

  1. Tinubu’s Legal Team Protests: Lawyers representing Bola Tinubu raise objections as court orders the release of his Chicago academic record.

  2. Milestone in Gas Sector: The Federal Government grants the first wholesale gas supply license under the new Petroleum Industry Act (PIA).

  3. Economic Impact of Devaluation: Following the devaluation, the government and banks profit N2.2 trillion, while manufacturers face a significant loss of N495 billion.

  4. Progress in Labor Negotiations: The Federal Government approves allowances for senior staff, potentially leading to the suspension of a looming strike.

  5. Political Dispute on Independence Day: APC criticizes PDP’s response to Tinubu’s Independence Day speech, sparking a political debate.

  6. Tragic Road Accident: A crash on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway results in one fatality and injuries to seven individuals.

  7. No Plea Bargain with Emefiele: The Attorney General of the Federation confirms no plea bargain agreement involving Emefiele, the CBN Governor.

  8. Pilgrimage Update: Lagos State facilitates the transportation of 310 pilgrims to Jordan and Israel for religious purposes.

  9. Scrabble Excellence in Lagos: Nwali showcases exceptional skills in a Scrabble event held in Lagos.

  10. Football Bonuses Controversy: The Nigerian women’s national football team, Falcons, expresses discontent over inadequate bonuses, while the NFF maintains that the money has been disbursed, prompting a dispute over fair treatment.