Top 10 insides from Nigerian papers today Saturday 12th February 2022

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Good morning beautiful people of Nigeria. Welcome to the top most insides on Nigerian papers making the headlines today morning – Saturday 12th February, 2022.

1. The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has made it known on plans to stop selling foreign currency (forex) to banks by the end of 2022.

2. The Police Service Commission on Friday 11th 2022 has placed and ultimatum to Nigerian police to roundup investigations on Abba Kyari fraud case. As issued by Ikechukwu Ani – the head press and public relations of the commission.

3. National Executive Committee of the Academic Staff Union of Universities today, Saturday 12th, would commence a two day meeting at University of Lagos Akoka to conclude decision on intended strike.

4. President Buhari has said in a meeting with the APC National Youth Lobby Group in Abuja that, he would support any young who aspires for any position in the coming All progressives Congress (APC) national convention.

5. Fire outbreak brings down filling station in Ogidi, near Onitsha, Anambra yesterday, as a result of tanker explosion in the filling station.

6. Tinubu appoints has appointed a 31 year old Borno youth – comrade Muhammad Mahmud as his National Media Coordinator in his 2023 presidential race.

7. Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has postponed it north-west zonal congress from Saturday 12th February 2022 to an unknown date yet.

8. Senator Opeyemi Bamidele of Ekiti on Friday yesterday 11th, has cancelled his plan of dumping the ruling party, All Progressives Congress (APC).

9. The Executive Order 10 Governors win against Buhari. The Supreme Court has declared executive order 10 issued by President Buhari as unlawful and unconstitutional.

10. President Mohammed Buhari has directed government officials to ensure young persons with required skills and experience are included in all boards and committee of the Federal Government.


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