Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today: 28th November



Customs, Police, others mount 47 checkpoints along Seme ‘ Lagos road

Following the failure of the Nigerian port system to accommodate the huge imports through the country’s waters, leading to diversion of cargoes to neighbouring countries, the land border route to Lagos end of the Nigerian market is now host to huge presence of security agencies’ checkpoints.

The Nation

Troops repell Boko Haram attack in Kukawa

The Nigerian Army said its troops repelled Boko Haram insurgents attack in Kukawa Local Government Area of Borno.The army said in its twitter handle that the troops repelled the insurgents attack while attempting to infiltrate Cross-Kauwa in Kukawa at about 8 p.m. on Tuesday.It added that it would provide details on the attack later.Read also:Reps to probe funding of war against Boko HaramTroops of 157 Strike Force Battalion at about 8 p.m. today (Nov. 27) 2018

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ASUU Strike: Parents, Students Call for Quick FG Intervention

Some parents and students in Abuja yesterday urged the federal government to speedily intervene and resolve the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). The parents, who spoke with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja, expressed worry over the constant strikes embarked upon by the university lecturers’ union.


Reps probe spending of counter-insurgency funds

The House of Representatives yesterday ordered an immediate probe into the use of funds appropriated for the war against insurgency in the country.The resolution followed the adoption of motions moved by Mohammed Sani Abdu, Isaac Gyang and Hassan

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The Sun

Whistle blowing policy: FG recovers N527bn, $53m,others

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has, as at May, this year, recovered over N527 billion, as well as foreign currencies, through the Whistle Blower Policy.

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Daily Times

Ekiti workers petition assembly over ex-Gov Fayoses N264m largesse to labour leaders

NLC chair says its not true Workers in Ekiti State have petitioned the House of Assembly Committee on Public Accounts demanding the probe of alleged.

Daily Trust

My son in-law will contest Imo gov’ship in another party ‘ Okorocha

Governor Rochas Okorocha, yesterday, gave a hint that his son-in-law and former Chief of Staff, Uche Nwosu, will vie for the Imo State governorship on the platform of another party. Nwosu, who is also a governorship contender of the APC, and others who did not make it during the recent primary elections, would most likely


Reps Seek Release Of Funds To Judiciary

The House of Representatives has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to direct the minister of Finance, Zainab Ahmed to release outstanding Funds ‘Standing to the Credit of the Judiciary.’ This is as it said the minister should be compelled to comply with Section 81 (3) of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal


Not probing Fayose, an afterthought ― Ex-gov’s aide tells Fayemi

MEDIA aide to ex-governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State, Lere Olayinka has described as an afterthought Monday’s statement credited to incumbent Governor Kayode Fayemi that he would not probe Fayose.

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