Nigerian Newspapers: 10 issues you might want to know this Monday morning

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

1. The Lagos State Commissioner for Schooling, Folasade Adefisayo, has confirmed that solely present JSS3 and SS2 college students, will resume faculty on September 21. The Head, Public Affairs, Lagos State Ministry of Schooling, Kayode Abayomi, who made this disclosure in an announcement on Sunday, emphasised that the state will undertake a phased method in opening public faculties.

2. The presidency has accused former President, Olusegun Obasanjo of dividing Nigeria. The President’s Senior Particular Assistant on Media and Publicity Garba Shehu in an article on Sunday, alleged {that a} current assertion by the previous President was an try and divide the nation, insisting that President Buhari had continued to advertise nation-building and the unity of Nigeria. He maintained that the distinction between the 2 leaders was clear.

3. The Southern Kaduna Peoples Union, SOKAPU, has expressed concern on the continual invitation of the previous presidential candidate of the African Democratic Congress, ADC, Dr Obadiah Mailafia, to the Plateau State workplace of the Division of State Service, DSS. The union famous that there are a number of situations the place safety brokers developed chilly toes in inviting prime officers for a chat with a view to staving off an extra massacre.

4. Socio-Financial Rights and Accountability Undertaking (SERAP) has taken a authorized motion in opposition to Senate President, Ahmad Lawan and the Home of Representatives Speaker, Femi Gbajabiamila for failing to publish stories of all accomplished public hearings and corruption probes by the Nationwide Meeting since 1999. Within the go well with quantity FHC/ABJ/CS/1065/2020 filed on the Federal Excessive Courtroom, Abuja, SERAP is in search of an order of mandamus to compel Lawan and Gbajabiamila to launch the discovering.

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5. A prime member of the gang led by Terwase Akwaza aka Gana, has made some explosive revelations concerning the deceased. The militant who gave his aliases as ‘Main and Aondehemba’, vowed that the battle will proceed, including that Gana, killed by the Nigerian Military final week, had an inkling of his dying and handed over all his powers to his deputy, therefore he couldn’t disappear when he was attacked by the navy.

6. The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has mentioned it should launch the outcomes of the simply concluded West African Senior Secondary Faculty Certificates Examination (WASSCE) inside 45. The pinnacle of public affairs of WAEC Nigeria, Demianus Ojijeogu, on Sunday instructed newsmen that the outcomes can be obtainable quickly.

7. Some daredevil armed robbers struck on Saturday alongside the Okene-Lokoja freeway in Kogi State, killing two brothers and injuring a policeman on roadblock duties. The incident, which occurred at about 6pm between Itakpe and Kabba Junction finish of the Okene -Lokoja – Abuja expressway pressured commuters and vacationers to scamper for security whereas abandoning their automobiles in the course of the street.

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8. The police in Ogun State mentioned they’ve arrested two herdsmen recognized as Abu Adamu and Muhammadu Aliyu, for allegedly robbing and defiling an adolescent. DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, the State Police Public Relations Officer, on Sunday, revealed that the suspects had been arrested after a misery name acquired by the police at Ewekoro Divisional Headquarters at about 1am.

9. The Federal Authorities, Sunday, described the strike declared by the Joint Well being Sector Unions and Meeting of Well being Care Professionals, JOHESU as pointless, ill-timed and unlawful. An announcement by the Deputy Director, Press and Public Relations within the Ministry of Labour and Employment, Charles Akpan, mentioned going forward with the motion could be unlawful as it’s in clear breach of the ILO Rules and Conventions on Strike and Sec. 18 of the Trades Disputes Act, Cap T8, Legal guidelines of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004.

10. A thunderstorm has killed three out of 5 farmers that had been hiding beneath a giant tree throughout heavy rain in Kukar-Gesa village in Katsina Native Authorities of Katsina State. Malam Musa Danladi, the top of the household confirmed the dying of his two kids and a grandson and thought of their dying as an act of God.

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