Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today: 30th August

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Punch

External reserves rise by $595m in five days

The nation’s foreign exchange reserves have increased by $595m to hit a one-month high of $26.196bn, the latest data from the Central Bank of Nigeria have shown.

Vanguard

The gods of Benin land will never allow PDP come to Edo— Uyigue

APC chieftain Elder Sunny Uyigue, Monday, declared that the gods of Benin land would never allow the PDP come back to power in the state.

Thisday

Nigerian Economy Has Never Been this Terrible, Okojie Writes Buhari

The Archbishop Emeritus of the Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos, Anthony Cardinal Olubumi Okojie monday in a worded letter to President Muhammadu Buhari said the Nigerian economy has never been this terrible as compare to the present situation under the incumbent government.

The Sun

Buhari has  no preferred candidate in Ondo -Presidency

The Presidency has assured all 24 aspirants of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Saturday’s primaries in Ondo State,  that President Muhammadu Buhari has no preferred candidate.

Daily Times

LEGION OFFICER WHO STEALS MOTORCYCLE IN LAGOS IN POLICE NET

Operatives of the Rapid Response Squad (RRS) of the Lagos State Police Command have arrested a legionnaire impersonating officials of the Lagos State Taskforce on Special Offences to rob motorcycle riders popularly called ‘okada’ in Agege and its environs.

Guardian

Pastor in court for allegedly marrying mother, daughter

A Pastor, Timothy Ngwu, was yesterday docked at an Enugu North Magistrates’ Court for allegedly marrying another man’s wife, daughter as well as another woman.The pastor’s wife, Veronica Ngwu petitioned the court over the development.

The Nation

Niger Delta Avengers to Buhari: no more attacks

The Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) broke the news in a letter posted on its website by its spokesman, Mudoch  Agbinibo, and addressed to President Muhammadu Buhari. It also spoke of the need for regular dialogue to take place for the Nigerian union to survive.

Tribune

NLC DECRIES BUHARI ECONOMIC POLICIES •SAYS FG SABOTAGING PROPOSED N56,000 MINIMUM WAGE

THE Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), on Monday, declared that virtually all the economic polices of the present administration are aimed at eroding the little gains achieved by Nigerian workers in recent years.

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