Top 10 insides from Nigerian papers today Monday 14th February 2022

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Good morning beautiful people of Nigeria. Welcome to the topmost insides on Nigerian papers making the headlines today morning – Monday 14th February, 2022.

1. The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) strike decision to embark on an indefinite strike to be disclosed today Monday 14th 2022. The last meeting was held at 13 midnight yesterday, Sunday.

2. President Muhammadu Buhari led administration has slammed the Canadian and twitter over it’s handling of the truckers protest against covid19 restrictions in Canada. Lai Mohammed acuses Canada and twitter of double standard.

3. Unknown gunmen reportedly kill four policemen and wounded others at a checkpoint at Obeagu Uno Amechi along Awkunanaw Agbani road in Enugu south local government of Enugu State on Saturday12th February 2022.

4. President Muhammadu Buhari government has created 750,000 jobs for the youths according to Arabi. He said the ministry for humanitarian affairs was created as part of government plan to provide ease for unemployment.

5. Hoodlums reportedly responsible for killing three people in Oremeji Agugu area of Ibadan Oyo State in a clash between federal boys and members of motor park managers (PMS) has been arrested by the police according to police spokesman – Adewale Oyeifeso.

6. The Senate has summoned the management of Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) over an alleged contract scam of N100 billion.

7. Nigerian women basketball team, D’tigress, have defeated Mali to clinch the last qualifying spot for the FIFA Women’s Basketball World Cup. China and France has already booked their spots at the World Cup as a result of their superior point difference.

8. A motorcyclist Known as Ashimiu Lawal was shot dead in the early hours of Sunday at leme area of Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital. He was found dead without his motorcycle in the pool of his own blood.

9. A section of Atakumosa market, Ereja Square, Ilesa in Osun State, has been razed down by fire. According to reports the shops were burnt with goods in the building destroyed before the fire was brought under control yesterday Sunday.

10. Residents in Abuja and neighboring states of Niger and Nasarawa are still facing hard times in sourcing petroleum which is selling for as high as N400 per litre by black marketers presently.

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