Nigerian Newspapers Headlines for August 5 2022: Top Stories You Need To Know This Friday Morning

Nigerian Newspapers Headlines for August 5 2022: Top Stories You Need To Know This Friday Morning

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These are the Top newspaper headlines in Nigeria for today;

Worsening Economic Situation: Governors Proffer Solutions

Some of the solutions proposed by the governors include raising Value-Added Tax (VAT) to 15 per cent and offering public workers older than 50 years a one-off retirement package

Osun Election: We Are Going To The Tribunal, APC Thunders

“We are going to the tribunal. Our lawyers had informed us that we have good reasons to challenge the results of the election at the tribunal,” he said.

EFCC, Immigration Move Against Financial Crimes With Enhanced Partnership

The agreement was reached when EFCC chairman, Abdulrasheed Bawa paid a visit to the Comptroller General of Immigration, Isah Jere Idris at the NIS headquarters in Abuja.

FG Tells Google To Shutdown IPOB-linked YouTube channels

“Your platform is a platform of choice for IPOB, a proscribed terrorist group. We implore you not to make your platform available to them for their acts of violence and destabilization.

Conte Tips 4 Teams For EPL Title

“I think you forgot Chelsea which is a big mistake. A team that won the Champions League two seasons ago. They have a big squad and won the Club World Cup last season. For me, Chelsea are in this group.

Former Inspector General Of Police, Tafa Balogun Is Dead

Family sources confirmed the death of Balogun, who became IGP in March 2002, to Daily Trust on Thursday night, but did not go into details.

It’s Silence Of The Graveyard As Atiku, Wike Meet In Abuja

However, the outcome of the meeting was not immediately available as the two PDP chiefs did not speak to the press but immediately resorted to meetings with their different caucuses where the issues discussed in the meeting were being discussed.

Insecurity: Shake-Up In Airforce, Top Hierarchy Reshuffled, New Chiefs Appointed

“In his message to the new appointees, Air Marshal Amao reminded them of the need to continually seek for effective and efficient means of deploying the resources at their disposals in line with the reviewed NAF counterterrorism and counterinsurgency strategy,” the statement said.

First shipment of Ukrainian grain since war began ‘to arrive in UK in 10 days’

“This will almost certainly be the first shipment from Ukraine to arrive in the UK since the end of February and the start of the invasion,” the official said.

PDP Opens Up On Reconciliation Efforts To Unite Atiku, Wike

In PDP we believe that people should speak. We don’t give instructions. We allow issues to be discussed openly and that’s what we’re doing. The processes of the party are working well.

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