Nigerian Newspapers Headlines for August 2 2022: Top Stories You Need To Know This Tuesday Morning

Nigerian Newspapers Headlines for August 2 2022: Top Stories You Need To Know This Tuesday Morning

Nigerian Newspapers

These are the Top newspaper headlines in Nigeria for today;

2023: INEC Provides Fresh Update

“The Independent National Electoral Commission is the only body constitutionally and legally mandated to conduct the registration of persons qualified to vote in any election in Nigeria and to update and revise the register when the need arises. The Commission is solely responsible for organizing, undertaking, and supervising national elections in the country and does not share this responsibility with anybody or the organization. Members of the public are strongly advised not to succumb to the antics of online scammers and should avoid such fake sites.

PDP’s BoT Schedule Meeting For Wednesday To Address Lingering Crisis

“I notice with great concern that the PDP primary elections of Atiku Abubakar and the appointment of Chief Okowa as President and Vice President is unnecessarily causing confusion among some PDP members. May I point out that very strongly that there is no problem as being envisaged by some people in our great party the PDP.

Brace Up For Excessive Flooding, NiMeT DG Warns Nigerians

According to him, NiMeT had issued several warnings pertaining to flooding, and heavy downpours for Nigerians to take precautions, but unfortunately, many refused to take action against flooding.

UBA Sets To Advance Bank’s Pan-African, Global Strategy With Fresh Appointments

“I have no doubt that Oliver will build on the legacy of Kennedy Uzoka, who has exemplified transformational leadership by championing a customer-first philosophy; launching our twentieth operation in Africa, UBA Mali; acquiring a wholesale banking licence for UBA UK in the United Kingdom; and opening our fourth global operation, UBA Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates.”

U.S. Mission Announces Arrival Of New Consul General in Lagos

“‘My family and I look forward to getting to know Nigeria first-hand – exploring the region, experiencing the culture, and most importantly, meeting the people,’ Consul General Stevens said.

Obi, Okowa’s Supporters Fight Dirty Over Lack Of Competency Claim By Delta Gov

“All Past Governors including your current self have legalised daylight stealing of state resources with all forms of pension and bogus exit allowances!”

Islamiyat Increases Nigeria’s Medal Haul At Commonwealth Games

She had a total lift of 212KG to finish third behind Maude Charron (Canada) and Cochrane Sarah (Australia) who finished in first and second positions respectively.

Meet Miracle Izuchukwu, Nigerian-Born Youngest Female Commercial Pilot In The US

“My very warm congratulations to Miracle Izuchukwu, 25. She’s Nigerian, and the youngest commercial female pilot in the USA. Like her compatriots all over the world, she made her country proud while making history”.

FG Speaks On Subsidy Removal, Fuel Scarcity

The minister was reacting to the increase in the pump price of petroleum by marketers from N165 per litre to N169, N184 and N218 per litre, depending on the area in the nation’s capital and other states.

EPL: Arsenal To Sell Pepe, Leno, Balogun, 8 Others

But according to The Sun, Mikel Arteta’s side is keen to clear out unwanted players ahead of the 2022/2023 season. Pepe is expected to be sold if Arsenal manages to secure a new offensive signing before the end of August, while Leno is on his way out to newly-promoted Fulham on an £8 million deal.


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