Nigerian Newspapers Headlines for July 13 2022: Top Stories You Need To Know This Wednesday Morning

Nigerian Newspapers Headlines for July 13 2022: Top Stories You Need To Know This Wednesday Morning

Nigerian Newspapers

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

2023: Obi’s Growing Popularity Unsettles Opposition

“I do not know whether you are closely watching what is going on — the level of disenchantment within the parties. I am sure in all of our homes now, we have so many people now who call themselves ‘Obidients’.

“I don’t know whether you have them in your house. Just ask them, ‘which party are you?’ They say ‘Obidients’; you understand. They do not want us; they are not talking about PDP or APC. READ MORE

Osun 2022: INEC Promises Transparent Election, Reveals Will Decide Winner

“For us in INEC, let me reassure political parties, candidates, and the electorate that the choice of who becomes the next governor of Osun State is entirely in the hands of voters,” Yakubu avowed. READ MORE

ASUU Strike: Falana Decries FG Reluctance To Fund Higher Education

Falana, in his statement, said the “claim of the Federal Government that it lacks the financial resources to fund university education has been taken with a pinch of salt by the Nigerian people. Having regard to the way and manner huge public fund has been expended on other projects it does appear that the Federal Government has not prioritised higher education,” he said. READ MORE

Pre-Season: United Thump Liverpool 4-0 As Satisfied Ten Hag Gets Off To Winning Start

“I am satisfied today,” said Dutchman Ten Hag, who took the reins at Old Trafford less than two months ago. It was a team with a great spirit and we know we are just getting started. We made some mistakes in the press, we conceded some chances, but we created a lot.” READ MORE

Census: NPC Foils Hackers’ Attempt On Recruitment Portal

“If hackers were not able to succeed in this, we want to ensure and assure that it will be difficult for them to hack during the 2023 census.

“I’m almost certain that the attempt, to a large extent, was foiled. READ MORE

Court Of Appeal President Lauds Jamoh’s Commitment To Admiralty Matters

Dr Jamoh’s impact touches on areas like the timely and easier interpretation of the Suppression of Piracy and other Maritime Offences (SPOMO) Act which aims at achieving a safer maritime domain; alternative dispute resolution in the maritime industry; limits of admiralty jurisdiction in Nigeria amongst others. READ MORE

India Poised To Surpass China As Most Populous Country In 2023, Says UN

According to the report, China, with 1.43 billion people, is expected to experience an absolute decline in its population as early as 2023 – due to sustained low levels of fertility and emigration. The report added that by 2050, India’s population will reach 1.67 billion while China will decline to 1.32 billion. READ MORE

Sound Sultan: I should Show Love To People While They Are Still Alive, Says Burna Boy

“I should have talked to Sound Sultan more before he died. I should show people more love while they are still alive.

 I should always know the way my people feel inside. READ MORE

2023: Why Labour Party Has Better Structure Than APC, PDP, Utomi Reveals

“Labour Party has a super structure, much better than the structures APC and the PDP have,” he said. “The Labour Party is built around the labour movement and a college of civil society organisations.” According to him, the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC) have political commissions in every state of the federation. READ MORE

 Kuje Jailbreak: Osinachi’s Husband Still In Custody, Correctional Service Clarifies

I was with him in the morning because we had to check out the profiles of escapees again, again and reconcile with those recaptured. There was no way high profile inmates would escape because where would they run to, and where would they hide? READ MORE

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