Nigerian Newspapers Headlines for June 21 2022: Top Stories You Need To Know This Tuesday Morning - Matrixliveng
Nigerian Newspapers Headlines for June 21 2022: Top Stories You Need To Know This Tuesday Morning

Nigerian Newspapers Headlines for June 21 2022: Top Stories You Need To Know This Tuesday Morning

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

Fuel Scarcity Hits Again

He said: “As you can see, the queues are back and this is the second time we are witnessing it this year. However, this one is peculiar in the sense that for a particular reason, IPMAN members decided to shut their stations. This is not because we are on strike, but because we can no longer do business under this condition.” READ MORE

Buhari Sets New Target For Afe Babalola University After Ranking ‘First In Nigeria, 400th In The World’

He appreciates the honour brought to the country by ABUAD, urging management, lecturers and students to explore the same doggedness to lift the university to be among the top 50. READ MORE

Fuel Scarcity Set To Worsen As Petrol Marketers Insist on N180/1 Litre

We explained that with the current price, there is no way we can sell less than N180 per litre. On this note, members are hereby advised to sell at a sustainable price within their environment. Just make sure that the price is on your pump. Kindly contact the Secretariat should you have any authority challenging your operations” he stated. READ MORE

Nigerians Groan As Cooking Gas Price Skyrockets To N12,000 Per 12.5Kg

This price schedule can change at any time. You may come here tomorrow and discover that the price has gone up or come down; it all depends on the suppliers, “the official said. READ MORE

IATA Accuses Nigeria Of ‘Holding Back’ $450m Belonging To Foreign Airlines

“Zooming in a little more, Nigeria alone is holding back $450 million. It is the most blocked by any single African country, and the amount is rising every week. Cash flow is key for airlines’ business sustainability – when airlines are unable to repatriate their funds, it severely impedes their operations and limits the number of markets they can serve. READ MORE

Nigerians Lampoon Clerics That Graced Bobrisky’s House Warming

“The biggest problem we have in Nigeria now is religion, people worshiping money now, not almighty God. It’s time for you now to worship God almighty your creator before it is too late, avoid all this cleric Alfas they are just looking for what to eat.” READ MORE

Presidency Gives Update On Ex-Head of State, Abdulsalami Abubakar’s Illness, Says No Cause For Alarm

“I just ended a visit to His Excellency Abdulsalami Abubakar, former Head of State. He is out of hospital in a London apartment and apparently in no serious condition. He was his jovial self, maintaining a keen interest in developments back at home in Nigeria. Please, no cause for alarm.” READ MORE

INEC Vows To Obey Court Orders On Voter Registration

The commission is a constitutional body, and we are under a constitutional obligation to give effect to judgements and orders of properly constituted courts of law, and we are going to give effect to the order made by the Federal High Court,” he said. READ MORE

Osun Guber Election: Music Star, Davido Talks Tough, Says We’ll Resist Any Attempt To Rig

“Osun is not Ekiti as our people will lawfully resist all attempts to rob them as was done in 2018. July 16 we shall rejoice! “See you all soon but for now, back to tour.” READ MORE

Mbaka Warns Followers To Refrain From Any Protest, Reiterates Submission To Catholic Church

“Those who take to attacking or insulting my dear Bishop should desist from such. The Bishop is the Chief Shepherd of the Church in the Diocese and we remain his flock who in every way and at all times is expected to be respectful, obedient and willing to respond favourably to his apostolic directives.” READ MORE

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