Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today: 13th January



‘EFCC wants to incarcerate Okupe indefinitely’

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) cannot justify the detention and hasty arraignment of Dr. Doyin Okupe, a former presidential aide, according to a group, Nigerians for Democracy.


Nation Rises to Condemn Planned Arraignment of Chief Justice

The Federal Government’s planned arraignment of the Chief Justice of the Federation, Justice Walter Samuel Nkanu Onnoghen, was greeted with massive pushback by senior lawyers, politicians and human right groups, warning government of the grave implications of such an action.

The Sun

Why I parted ways with President Buhari – Buba Galadima

From 2003, when President Buhari first contested the presidential election to 2015, when he was eventually elected, after losing the presidential election in three consecutive times, Galadima, who was national secretary of the defunct Congress for Progressive Change (CPC), was his man Friday.

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Daily Trust

Tambuwal to Buhari: Be honourable enough to accept defeat

Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal of Sokoto state has appealed to President Muhammadu Buhari to be honourable enough to accept defeat and stop intimidating the judiciary.

The Nation

Buhari receives ex-PDP chairman Muazu, Yuguda, others at Bauchi APC rally

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