Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today: October 19

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Nigerian Newspaper Headlines October 19:

Nigerian Newspaper Headlines October 19



FIRS Seals Oil Servicing Firms For Tax Evasion

The Federal Inland Revenue Service on Tuesday sealed the premises of two oil servicing companies for evading tax worth over N500m in Uvwie Local Government Area of Delta State.



Army confirms soldiers missing, 13 injured after Boko Haram attack

The Nigeria Army has confirmed an attack on troops in the border town of Gashigar by Boko Haram insurgents injuring 13 soldiers, while some are missing.




INSURGENCY: 300,000 victims to benefit from €11m Oxfam agro scheme

More than 300,000 Nigerians affected by the insurgency in the North-East are to benefit from an 11 million Euros Oxfam intervention fund to aid food production in impacted communities.


Forex Scarcity: Reps Move To Stem Relocation Of Factories

The House of Representatives has expressed concern over the likely relocation of agriculture value chain companies as well as non-agriculture-related ones from the country owing to the scarcity of foreign exchange in the country.


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Supreme Court Judge accuses Amaechi, APC of attempt to manipulate judgement

Another Nigerian judge caught in the State Security Service crackdown on senior judicial officers has written to the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Mahmud Mohammed, stating how the Minister of Transport, Rotimi Amaechi, allegedly tried to manipulate him.

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