Nigerian newspapers: 10 issues that you must know this Sunday morning

Good morning! Right here is in the present day’s abstract from Nigerian Newspapers:

1. The Nationwide Youths Service Corps (NYSC) has insisted that there is no such thing as a official date for the reopening of camps. This was contained in an announcement signed by the NYSC’s Director of Press and Public Relations, Adenike Adeyemi, in Abuja on Saturday. Adeyemi described reviews that the orientation course will resume October 27, 2020 as pretend.

2. A crew of the Particular Anti-Theft Squad (SARS) of the Nigeria Police allegedly killed a younger man on Saturday. The incident occurred in entrance of Wetland Lodge, Ughelli in Delta State. The operatives allegedly shot the citizen and left the scene. A trending footage exhibits them leaving within the sufferer’s car – a white Lexus SUV.

3. Femi Fani-Kayode, a former Aviation Minister, has alleged that his estranged spouse, Valuable was engaged in extra-marital affairs. Fani-Kayode, whose marital points have been within the information currently mentioned he caught his spouse in mattress with a married man. He mentioned this in a tweet whereas responding to a video which surfaced on-line of him allegedly abusing his estranged spouse.

4. The Peoples Democratic Celebration (PDP) has mentioned that former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, may contest the presidential election in 2023 as their candidate. PDP Nationwide Chairman, Uche Secondus, acknowledged this whereas answering questions from reporters in Bauchi, throughout a solidarity go to on Governor Bala Mohammed, on Friday, saying that nobody can be stopped from contesting.

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5. Friday Orobator, a workers of Tayo Akpata College, Ekiadolor in Edo State, (previously Faculty of Schooling) has allegedly dedicated suicide. He’s a principal lecturer within the Division of Grownup Schooling. Orobator was reportedly depressed over 13-month unpaid salaries.

6. Nigeria has elevated seats on flights of worldwide airways to 200 passengers per plane. Director-Common, Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Capt. Musa Nuhu, introduced this on Saturday. The Murtala Muhammed Worldwide Airport, Lagos and the Nnamdi Azikiwe Worldwide Airport, Abuja, are presently designated for worldwide operations. The brand new directive got here into impact October 2.

7. The Inspector-Common of Police, IGP, Mohammed Adamu, has requested the Supreme Court docket to upturn the Court docket of Enchantment’s judgement, which nullified the continuing recruitment of 10,000 constables. On Friday, the IGP and the NPF, by their lawyer, Alex Izinyon (SAN), wrote to PSC Chairman to remain motion. Izinyon copied the letter to PSC lead counsel, Kanu Agabi (SAN).

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8. A 2023 presidential marketing campaign poster of Atiku Abubakar, a former Vice President, on Saturday, surfaced on-line. The marketing campaign poster of Atiku, who was a former presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Celebration, PDP, was posted on Twitter by a political analyst, Olushola Olufolabi. Within the poster, Atiku was offered in Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba attires, signifying the three foremost geopolitical zones within the nation.

9. US President, Donald Trump, has mentioned he’s getting higher as he gave an replace on his COVID-19 analysis, from Walter Reed army hospital on Saturday night time. Nonetheless, in a video posted on his Twitter web page, he mentioned, “I’m beginning to really feel good” as he promised that he was preventing the virus for COVID-19 sufferers “everywhere in the world”.

10. A complete of 100 and sixty, 160, new instances of COVID-19 infections have been recorded in Nigeria. The Nigeria Centre for Illness Management, NCDC, introduced the determine on Saturday night time in a tweet by way of its official Twitter deal with. NCDC mentioned Rivers and Lagos States recorded 42 and 32 instances respectively, whereas Plateau adopted with 21 instances. Nigeria now has a complete of 59,287 confirmed instances and 1,113 deaths.

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