President Muhammadu Buhari’s medical trip to London, UK has dominated the front pages of Nigerian newspapers. The Punch reports that the World Bank projects that Nigeria could spend N4 trillion on oil subsidies in 2022. The Union of Academic Staff of Universities has called on the Federal Government to implement
The return of queues at many gas stations and the circulation of gasoline containing quantities of methanol above Nigeria’s specifications dominated the front pages of Nigerian newspapers. The Nation reports that President Muhammadu Buhari is under pressure to reject the Revised Election Law Amendment Bill. The newspaper reports that the
Reactions following the planned removal of fuel subsidies by the federal government appeared on the front pages of Nigerian newspapers. The Punch reports that the federal government has asked governors to mandate mandatory COVID-19 vaccination for workers in their states. Rotimi Akeredolu, governor of Ondo, has pledged to end attacks
President Muhammadu Buhari’s warning to the All Progressives Congress (APC) about the party’s crisis ahead of the 2023 elections appeared on the front pages of Nigerian newspapers. The Nation says Buhari has asked APC leaders to put their house in order in order to retain power in 2023. The newspaper
The federal government’s plan to impose mandatory COVID vaccination for public servants from December 1 appeared on the front pages. The Nigerian Tribune reports that the federal government will start imposing compulsory vaccination for workers from December 1. The newspaper says more than 75 billion naira is needed to urgently
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
The day after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in New York, newspapers captured the shock and horror. New York Post / Source: Newseum The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 happened exactly 19 years ago on Friday. For many people, the attacks were the biggest news of their lives.
Old newspapers and magazines offer a wealth of information about history and critical events as they unfolded at that time. In the past, the only way to get your hands on this treasure trove of information was your local library where back issues of certain newspapers and magazines may have