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Nigerian Newspapers: Things you need to know this Wednesday morning

Nigerian Newspapers: Things you need to know this Wednesday morning

Good morning! Read updates from Nigerian Newspapers today:

1.  #EndSARS Panel Report has continued to generate interests. Different human right groups including the United States and Amnesty International. They have called on Lagos State Government to take prompt and decisive actions with report from Lagos State Judicial Panel of Inquiry on Restitution against the victims and other form of brutalization that occurred during the EndSARS protest.

  1. The defunct music stars, P-Square seems to be coming back as the brothers Peter (Mr. P) and Paul Okoye (Rude Boy) follow each other on their verified Instagram handles. The former manager and elder brother, Jude Okoye and Peter also followed each other.

  2. Ebonyi State Governor, David Umahi has denied campaign posters presently in circulation on social medial platforms for his 2023 presidential interest. Umahi denied the posters emanating from him or authorizing such posters, though he admitted those behind it must have done it in good faith.

  3. The Nigerian Government has set 2022 as a deadline to end COVID-19 Pandemic, and set plans to achieve it even as it lament high case of fatality with a figure of about 3000 death cases.

Boss Mustapha, the Chairman, Presidential Steering Committee on COVID-19 and Secretary to the Government of the Federation SGF, made this known while briefing committee on Monday.

  1. The Federal Government has said it will ensure that the Academic Staff Union of Universities will not go on strike by making process to pay members outstanding funds today. Senator Chris Ngige, the Minister of Labour, Employment and Productivity, made this known that university lecturers will not be allowed to go on strike.

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