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Headlines From Top Newspapers In Nigeria Today, 20th May, 2024

Here are front page headlines from top newspapers In Nigeria today, 20th May, 2024.

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1. The Nation Nigeria

  • Tinubu likely to get ministers’ performance record this week
  • CBN faces tough choices on interest rate, inflation, others
  • Olakulehin cleared to become Olubadan
  • President okays panel on green economic drive
  • Central Bank withdraws Cybersecurity Levy circular

The nation newspaper today

2. Punch Newspapers

The annual cost of importing fuel will be saved by the Federal Government if the Dangote Petroleum Refinery embarks on sale of premium petrol, as promised by the Dangote Group’s Chair Aliko Dangote, estimated to be about N6.2 trillion. The Chairman advised Nigerians on Friday at Africa CEO Forum Annual Summit held in Kigali, Rwanda that through its planned activities, the refinery will soon have no need for imported gasoline anymore from next month.

Punch newspapers today

3. Vanguard Newspaper

Manufacturers of fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) are in pain due to the ongoing increase in unsold inventory in their warehouses, this may lead to further drastic drop in the output level of the sector.

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Vanguard newspaper

4. Daily Trust

Although 100 Air Traffic Controllers (ATCs) were hired 2 years ago, cadets in airports across the nation have not been trained. This is happening when there is still a shortage of workers in aviation generally and air traffic especially.

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Daily trust

5. Nigerian Tribune

Nigerian Tribune

6. The Guardian Newspaper

The guardian newspaper

Thank you for reading, that is all for today, can’t wait to see you again tomorrow another review of Nigerian newspapers.

Izuchukwu Ojibe

Ojibe Izuchukwu is a Nigerian student with a passion for media reporting and content writing.

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