Top 10 Stories From All Nigerian Newspapers, Saturday 17th September 2022

These top 10 stories across newspapers across the country might interest you.

1. PDP CRISIS: Bode George sets deadline for Ayu to step down

Former People’s Democratic Party (PDP) National Vice-Chairman for the South West, Chief Bode George, has once again insisted that the party’s National Chairman, Iyorchia Ayu, resign and be replaced by a southerner before the September 28, when campaigns for the 2023 elections are due to begin. Read more

2. Court nullifies Zamfara PDP gubernatorial primary election

A Federal High Court in Gusau, Zamfara State has overturned the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) gubernatorial primary election held in the state. Read more

3. The Court reserves its judgment on the disqualification action of the candidates of the APC in Rivers

Justice Adamu Turaki-Mohammed of the Federal High Court in Port Harcourt on Friday reserved judgment in a lawsuit brought by the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) seeking the disqualification of candidates for the All Progressives Congressional State Assembly ( APC) in Rivers State. Read more

4. CJN confirmation, 2023 budget tops Senate agenda – Lawan

Senate Speaker Ahmad Lawan said on Friday that confirming Nigeria’s acting Chief Justice and considering the 2023 budget proposals would be high on the agenda of lawmakers when they return from their annual recess next week. . Read more

5. Court sets date for hearing on Nigerian government’s lawsuit against ASUU

The National Labor Court has set Friday for September 19 a hearing on the federal government’s request to force the University Academic Staff Union (ASUU) to end its seven-month strike. Read more

Also Read: Top 10 Stories From All Nigerian Newspapers, Friday 16th September 2022

6. Investors drop Access Corp and Unity Bank shares as Nigerian capital market loses N35.1 billion

Nigeria’s market cap tumbled -0.13% at the close of Friday’s trading. Read more

7. Azman Air settles with NCAA, resumes flying

Azman Air resumed operations hours after the company suspended passenger operations due to a disagreement with the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) and other aviation agencies. Read more

8. Boko Haram chief executioner reputed to have killed over 1000 captives surrenders to troops in Borno

A dangerous Boko Haram chief executioner who is believed to have been behind the killing of more than 1,000 captives is said to have surrendered to the Nigerian Army’s Operation Hadin Kai troops in Borno State. Read more

9. Police arrest alleged owner of marijuana plantation in Abuja

The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Police Command has arrested an alleged owner of a marijuana plantation in Abuja. Read more

10. Waldrum invites 22 Super Falcons players for a friendly against Japan

22 Super Falcons players have been selected by Randy Waldrum for the team’s international match against Japan in Kobe billed for a month. Read more

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