The Federal Government’s proposed decision to approach the Supreme Court over the collection of Value Added Tax (VAT) has appeared on the front pages of Nigerian newspapers.

The Guardian says the federal government is heading to the Supreme Court over the collection of VAT in the country. The newspaper reports that President Muhammadu Buhari will address the United Nations General Assembly today as part of Yoruba nation agitators’ plan to stage a mega protest in New York.

The Nigerian Tribune reports that two camps have emerged within the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) over the zoning of the party’s national presidency. The newspaper reports that the federal government may file new charges against Sunday Adeyemo, a youth leader better known as Sunday Igboho.

Daily Independent says the PDP zoning committee meeting ended in a stalemate. The newspaper reports that the House of Representatives has asked the Central Bank of Nigeria to rescind the ban on the sale of foreign currency to traders at money changers.

The Punch reports that the condition of retirees has deteriorated as states owe backlogs of tips. The newspaper says the female soldier seen in a viral video dehumanizing a female corps member has been listed for trial by the Nigerian military.

The Nation reports that the federal government has said that blocking terrorist financing is working in the country. The newspaper reports that Isa Pantami, Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, said the rollout of the 5G network will be in January 2022.