Nigerian Newspapers Headlines for June 07 2022: Top Stories You Need To Know This Tuesday Morning - Matrixliveng
Nigerian Newspapers Headlines for June 07 2022: Top Stories You Need To Know This Tuesday Morning
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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines for June 07 2022: Top Stories You Need To Know This Tuesday Morning

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

APC Presidential Primary: It’s Decision Day 

At the special convention scheduled for today at the Eagles Square, Abuja, 2, 340 delegates would elect the party’s candidate. Delegates across states are already on the ground in Abuja to partake in the process.

From the delegates tally released by APC, while Southwest, which has seven aspirants boasts of 411 delegates, South/South has 359 delegates. There are 894 (336 plus 558) delegates from Northeast and Northwest respectively. ` READ MORE

After Failed ‘Palace Coup’, APC Delegates Demand Adamu’s Resignation

“By this show of shame, Adamu has clearly shown that he is not fit to preside over APC. It is shameful that a man rehabilitated from political penury in March by President Buhari who made him National Chairman by consensus can now be trying to destroy the same party within three months,” said Mohammed Argugun, a delegate from Sokoto State. READ MORE

Reports Of Lawan As Consensus Candidate Fake, Baseless Says NWC

Addressing a press conference on Monday evening at the APC’s Headquarters in Abuja, the party’s National Organising Secretary, Sulaiman Argungu who was flanked by other members of the NWC said the reports were fake and baseless while adding that the issue of consensus was never discussed at the meeting. READ MORE

Onanuga, Ex NAN MD Expresses Regret For Introducing Osinbajo To Tinubu

“After the meeting, I went to Osinbajo’s house in Ogudu to invite him to meet the new governor, Bola Tinubu. I remember entering the apartment from the kitchen. The wife was there when I delivered the message and left the house with him, later. `

Why I Am Pulling Out Of Presidential Race, Ken Nnamani Speaks Out

My faith in entering the race is that I will have the opportunity to present my credentials, achievements and ideas for the future of Nigeria. I had anticipated that the NWC would be more definite with plans and complete the screening on time to allow for meaningful consultations and campaigns. But that opportunity never came. The schedules were uncertain even until a few days before the primary,” he said. READ MORE

Mikel Obi Begins Quest For Talents In Football, Basketball, Tennis

It is an opportunity for us to give back to the community, first of all, we have to realise that there is so much talent in this country waiting to be discovered. So with the Back2Base project, we are hoping to help showcase this talent. READ MORE

UK PM Boris Johnson Escapes Sack, Wins No-Confidence Vote

“This is not the moment for a leisurely and entirely unforced domestic political drama and months and months of vacillation from the UK,” he told Tory MPs, according to a senior party source. READ MORE

APC Consensus Candidate Imbroglio: Adamu’s Choice Is President Buhari’s Choice, Kalu Insists

“Adamu Abdullahi is a credible and experienced man, they had an NWC meeting where he and the NWC in their wisdom from the consultation that they made selected Ahmed Lawan as the consensus candidate. People in the NWC confirmed this to me. Only one or two people out of the 23 NWC members kicked against it but the majority agreed. The chairman of the party cannot be acting on his own. He can never act on his own, the President is the leader of the party” READ MORE

Buhari Disowns Lawan, Says ‘I Have Anointed No One, There Shall Be No Imposition’

“You were elected as I was. Have a clear mind as I have. God gave us the chance; we have no reason to complain. We must be ready to take pain as we take the joy. Allow the delegates to decide. The party must participate, nobody will appoint anybody.” READ MORE

Banky W Wins Lagos PDP Reps Primary Rerun

“I want to thank our party members and delegates for accepting me, for trusting me, and for giving me the go-ahead – in a landslide – to represent the great constituency of Eti-Osa, Lagos. I want to thank my very formidable competitor Barrister Sam Aiboni – we are not opponents within the PDP; we are brothers on the same side, and I hope that our shared love for our community will build a bridge for us to be able to work together for the progress and prosperity of our people. READ MORE

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