Nigerian newspapers

Good morning Nigeria and welcome to the concise roundup of top Nigerian newspapers headlines today, Tuesday, October 2nd.

Buhari Condemns Renewed Plateau Killings

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President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday condemned the latest violence in Plateau State, which led to the imposition of a curfew in Jos. In a statement by his spokesperson, Garba Shehu, the president stated that he was deeply worried about the seeming indifference to the sanctity of life by criminals.

Rev. Mbaka Reveals What Corruption Has Done To Buhari

The spiritual director of Adoration Ministry in Enugu, Southern Nigeria, Rev. Father Ejike Camillus Mbaka, says the corruption President Muhammadu Buhari came to fight has started fighting him. Mbaka, who predicted the victory of President Buhari in 2015 presidential election, lamented that the looted funds said to have been recovered by the Buhari administration had not been made use of by the administration.

Bishop Oyedepo Reveals What God Told Him About Nigeria

Founder of Living Faith Church Worldwide, (Winners’ Chapel), Bishop David Oyedepo, has prophesied that Nigeria will rise again to glory. He was speaking against the backdrop of the country’s 58th Independence Day Anniversary celebration on Monday, 1st October, 2018.

Cleric Reveals Root Of Ambode’s Re-election Travails

Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode should beg God for forgiveness over his travails, a pastor at the Awaiting The Second Coming Of Jesus Christ Adewale Giwa has said. Ambode is currently in a battle with his party, the All Progressives Congress (APC) ahead of its primary election.

Senator Murray-Bruce Withdraws From Senatorial Race

The lawmaker representing Bayelsa East constituency in the National Assembly, Senator Ben Murray-Bruce has withdrawn from the senatorial race. In a statement on his Facebook page, the media mogul thanked former President Goodluck Jonathan and the National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Uche Secondus.

Buhari Contesting Against Nigerians In 2019 – Fayose

Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State has stated that President Muhammadu Buhari will have Nigerians to contend with in the 2019 election and not the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). In a statement on Monday by his media aide, Lere Olayinka, the outgoing governor state that Nigerians are tired of Buhari’s misrule.

Oby Ezekwesili Tells Nigerians Who To Vote In 2019

Co-convener of the Bring Back Our Girls Movement Oby Ezekwesili has urged Nigerians to vote out the “old order” politicians in the forthcoming 2019 elections. The former Minister of Aviation urged Nigerians to come out in their numbers to vote and protect their votes, come 2019.

Great Ogboru Emerges Delta APC Governorship Candidate

Great Ogboru on Monday emerged the candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for the Delta governorship election. According to results announced by the returning officer, Lawrence Onoja, Ogboru polled 3,292 to emerge the governorship candidate of the party.

Ambode Collects Party Card Ahead Of Party Primaries

Governor of Lagos state, Governor Akinwunmi Ambode, has just received his membership card of the All Progressives Congress (APC). This came shortly after it revealed that the Governor had not collected his card and would not be allowed to vote in the party’s primary. The state party chairman, Tunde Balogun, in a recent development, disclosed that Ambode has gained access to his card and would be able to perform his franchise.

Mikel Dropped As Iwobi, Musa Top 24-Man Eagles For Libya Showdown (Full List)

Super Eagles captain John Mikel Obi has been left out of the squad to face Libya in a back-to-back 2019 Africa Cup of Nations Group E qualifier this month. Arsenal forward Alex Iwobi, Saudi Arabia-based Ahmed Musa and defender William Troost-Ekong made the cut as coach Gernot Rohr on Monday unveiled his 24-man squad to face the Mediterranean Knights.

That’s the roundup of top Nigerian newspapers headlines this morning. More Nigerian newspapers headlines are available on Concise News website. See you again tomorrow.