Newspaper Headlines: Atiku, Tinubu, Obi reject marketing campaign suspension regardless of terror alert

Reviews on a federal excessive courtroom ordering the forfeiture of Diezani Madueke’s mansions and luxurious automobiles in Abuja dominated the entrance pages of Nigerian dallies.

The Punch says the federal authorities has revealed that the nation loses three million barrels of oil month-to-month to theft. The newspaper reviews that Nigeria Medical Affiliation (NMA) has lamented that 10,296 docs from the nation are at the moment practising within the UK.

The Nation says the Lagos state authorities has put residents of Ikoyi, Lekki and Victoria Island on excessive alert over imminent flooding. The newspaper reviews that Rishi Sunak has change into UK’s prime minister simply days after the resignation of Liz Truss from workplace.

Every day Belief says the Nigerian Military has nabbed some suspected Boko Haram kingpins in Abuja amid the concern of a possible assault on the federal capital metropolis. The newspaper reviews that President Muhammadu Buhari has issued a 90-day ultimatum to Suleiman Adamu, minister of water assets, to work with the ministries of atmosphere and transportation to develop an motion plan for flood prevention.

The Guardian says the Nationwide Major Well being Care Growth Company (NPHCDA) has warned that Nigeria is susceptible to importing wild poliovirus following the resurgence of the illness in some international locations world wide. The newspaper reviews that the Peoples Democratic Occasion (PDP) has referred to as on the police to arrest the hoodlums who attacked the marketing campaign practice of Olajide Adeniran, its governorship candidate in Lagos.

Every day Impartial says Nyesom Wike, governor of Rivers, has dominated out reconciliation with Atiku Abubakar, PDP presidential candidate. The newspaper reviews that Peter Obi, presidential candidate of Labour Occasion, has spelt out he would curb flooding if elected in 2023.

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