Daily Sun Newspaper Headlines Today Thursday 9th May 2024

Daily Sun Newspaper Headlines Today Thursday 9th May 2024

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Katsina: Foil Kidnap Attempt, Rescue 52 Passengers

KATSINA – The Police in Katsi­na State have foiled a bandit attack on two commercial ve­hicles and rescued 52 pas­sengers. ASP Abubakar Sadiq Aliyu, the state command's Public Relations Officer, disclosed this while brief­ing newsmen at the Police headquarters in Katsina on Tuesday. According to him, on May 5, 2024, at about 2330hrs, the command

House Calls For Deployment Of Police Personnel For Schools' Security Enhancement

– The House of Representa­tives have emphasised the need for the deploy­ment of police person­nel and other security agents to schools across the nation to tackle the recurring attacks on educational institutions. The lawmakers have urged school authorities to enlist the support of private security firms to supplement the endeav­ours of government-funded se­curity agencies.

Profs Obilade, Kazeem Point Way Out Of Educational Decadence At Boiling Point Discourse

 The conversation around the perceived decadence in Nige­ria's Education Sector is the main issue occupying the cen­trestage on the forthcoming edition of the popular monthly interview discourse, BOILING POINT ARENA on Sunday May 12, 2024. Also to be tabled for discus­sion on the online show are the much-noised failure rate in the recently concluded Joint

Chisco Transport Chairman Backs Gov Mbah's Modern Bus Terminals Projects, Says Transport Is Life

 The Chairman/CEO of Chisco Transport, Chief Chidi Anyaegbu, has com­mended the Dr. Peter Mbah administration in State for its effort to repo­sition the transport and logistics sector in the state, including the administra­tion's plans to build mod­ern transport interchanges or bus stations in various parts of the state, stressing that “transport is life.” Anyaegbu

Gets N3.9bn As Derivation For Being Oil Producing State

 The Lagos State government says N3.911 billion was paid to the state by the Federal Government as oil deriva­tion since it became an oil producing state. The government said the production has been ham­pered due to challenges faced by the company managing its exploration. Lagos, which joined the league of oil-producing states in the country

Nigerian Newspapers: Top Stories For Today (09/05/24)

Read the full details on our digital edition when you join our WhatsApp Communities here. Here are the major headlines for today: Rivers Crisis Gets Messier As Pro-Fubara Speaker Emerges… PDP Warns Pro-Wike Lawmakers Against Creating Anarchy… Says Impeachment May Trigger Crisis, Derail Democracy… Warns APC Can't Forcefully Take Over Rivers, Alerts IGP TWO WEEKS

Two Weeks After: FG Yet To Write Helicopter Operators On New $300 Landing Levy

 …Operators Query Contractor's Structure, Seek Meeting With Minister …Lament 1,000% Rise In Airworthiness' Certificate Fee LAGOS – Two weeks after the Federal Government engaged a private company to collect $300 levy per landing from helicopter opera­tors in the country, Daily Independent can report that the government was yet to write the affected operators. This is

Cybersecurity Levy: FG Milking A Dying Economy — Obi

LAGOS – Peter Obi, the Labour Party's (LP) presidential candidate in the 2023 general election, has slammed President Bola Tinubu's govern­ment for imposing cybersecurity levy on Nigerians despite prevail­ing economic hardship. He said the Federal Govern­ment is more interested in milk­ing a dying economy instead of nurturing it to recovery and growth. The former governor

Minimum Wage: Outcome Of FG's C'ttee Will Shape States' Decision — Gov. Sule

ABUJA – Nasarawa State governor, Abdul­lahi Sule, has written off insinu­ations that most state governors are reluctant to implement a new national minimum wage, saying it is the outcome of the tripartite committee set up by the Federal Government to review the wage that would influence governors' decisions. He said governors have nev­er been averse

Zenith Bank Delivers Massive Returns For Shareholders With N125.59bn Dividend

 Shareholders of Zenith Bank Plc, at the 33rd annual general meeting (AGM) held in Lagos, on Wednesday, approved the proposed final dividend payment of N3.50 per share, bringing the total dividend for the 2023 finan­cial year to N4.00 per share, with a total value of N125.59 billion, which is the highest dividend payout by any

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