Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today; 14th July

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Lagos APC, senators knock Melaye for attacking Tinubu

The Lagos State chapter of the All Progressives Congress has berated the lawmaker representing Kogi-West senatorial district, Senator Dino Melaye, for allegedly threatening to attack Senator Oluremi Tinubu, the wife of the National Leader of the APC, Bola Tinubu.

Vanguard

Panel discovers 3,916 ghost workers in Enugu State LG system

A local government audit panel set up by the Enugu State government has discovered nearly 4,000 ghost workers in the 17 local government councils.

The Sun

Lagos govt, street traders draw battle line

RIGHT now in Lagos, the battle line has been drawn. A war looms between the state government and street hawkers plying their trade across the state.

Thisday

NLC: Court Reversal of Electricity Tariff Hike, a Courageous Judgment

The Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) wednesday described the judgment of Lagos Federal High Court reversing the 45 per cent increase of electricity tariff by the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) and the federal government as a courageous judgment in the interest of the people.

Daily Times

Hoodlums attack corps members in Delta

Rampaging hoodlums operation in Delta State communities, on Tuesday, night allegedly attacked corpers deployed Beach Secondary School, Koko Community, Warri North Local Government Area of the State and carted away estimated sum of N75, 000 and several handsets.

Daily Trust

Accord Party sues Pedro Obaseki in Edo

The Edo State chapter of Accord Party (AP) has asked a Federal High Court in Benin to restrain Don Pedro Obaseki from parading himself as the candidate of the party for the September 10 governorship election in the state.

The Nation

Plateau to rescue education from collapse

The Executive Chairman, Plateau State Universal Basic Education Board (PSUBEB), Prof Mathew Sule, has lamented the deplorable standard of education at primary and secondary levels such that a Primary Four pupil cannot speak English language.

Daily Independent

Reps Move To Probe Abuja National Hospital

The House of Representatives on Wednesday said it would conduct an investigative hearing into the activities of the management of National Hospital, Abuja, with a view to coming up with legislative intervention aimed at restructuring and repositioning the tertiary health institution for better and efficient service delivery

New Telegraph

Police Release Seven-Year-Old Boy From Detention

After a long-drawn battle from a civil right organisation and pressure from the media, police in Enugu State Police yesterday released seven-year-old Chibuike Oramalu accused of accidentally killing somebody with a gun. Chibuike spent nearly two months in detention, in what the state Commissioner of Police, Emmanuel Ojukwu, described as “protective custody”.

 

 

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