Good morning beautiful people of Nigeria. Welcome to the topmost insides on Nigerian papers making the headlines today morning – Friday 18th February, 2022.
1. Seven man probe panel has been set by Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq to investigate what led to the recent violence in Oyun Baptist High School, Ijagbo Oyun local government are of Kwara State.
2. President Buhari laments over the mass migration of African youth to European countries. He says its draining the continent of talent pool and provoking political crises in Europe.
This was made Known in an article Buhari penned to mark the participation of Nigeria at the ongoing 6th EU-AFRICAN summit in Brussels Belgium.
3. Bandits attacked the residence of Sarkin Hausawa of Anguwar Azara in Jere along Abuja-kaduna highway. They abducted the two wives and four daughters of mallam Ibrahim Tanko.
4. FG and PDP on Thursday exchange words over a report by the National bureau of statistics in which it was stated that Nigeria’s gross domestic product(GDP) grew by 3.4 percent in 2021 making it the highest in seven years.
The PDP rejected the reporting saying there hasn’t been any growth in the economy of the country.
5. An Ogun State housewife Ramota Soliu has reported fled her matrimonial home after killing her husband – Bello Saliu. This happened at a Fulani settlement at Iyana Ilewo in Abeokuta North Local Government Area of the State.
According to reports as gathered, Bello died from body injuries as a result of his wife pouring him hot water on Saturday.
6. The United States Consulate Mission, Lagos State office has donated e- library resources to Chrisland University Abeokuta Ogun State.
According to the consulate, the donation was part of its core mandate in promoting educational opportunities for Nigerian scholars and students.
7. The House of Representatives has directed committees in aviation, commerce and human rights to investigate the State of Nigerian airports and aviation.
8. Five people were hospitalized on Thursday as a result of fire outbreak in Lagos at the Nigerian law school located at Ozumba mbadiwe street, Victoria Island.
9. Nigerian Police Service Commission has suspended 2 IRT members as a result of Abba Kyra drug involvement
The suspended IRT members are Sunday Ubua – Assistant commissioner of police and James Bawa – Assistant Superintendent of Police.
10. The Nigerian labour congress (NLC) and trade unions vows to embark on strike as a result of the prolonged fuel scarcity in the country.
This was made Known in a press briefing in Wednesday in Abuja.