Ten Things You Ought to Know About Nigerian Newspapers on Friday Morning

Hey there! The summary for today's is as follows:

1. The reorganization of three departments within the Federal Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy has been green-lit by President Bola . The President's approval of the appointments was announced on Thursday in Abuja by Chief Ajuri Ngelale, who is the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity.

2. On Thursday, Dr. Olayemi Cardoso, governor of 's central bank, pleaded with his countrymen to remain patient as the apex bank's leadership did all in their power to fortify the naira. On behalf of the Nigerian Economic Society (NES), Cardoso made these remarks during a public lecture held at the University of Ibadan's CBN Centre of Excellence Hall.

3. Governorship candidate for the November 12 poll, Asue Ighodalo, a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Edo State, was elected yesterday. However, as of this writing, the process of tallying votes in the All Progressives Congress () primaries has not begun.

4. Eminent Nigerians will gather today in the ancient town of Owo in Ondo State for the last funeral rites of former Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu. St. Andrew Anglican Church, Imola, Owo will be the site of the interment following the funeral service for the late president of the Nigerian Bar Association, NBA.

5. The Federal warned on Thursday that exportation of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), often known as cooking gas, could be banned. This is a component of the plan to help household users and lower the price of cooking gas. Ekperikpe Ekpo, minister of state for gas resources, announced yesterday that the government has begun a series of steps to increase the supply of domestic gas and eliminate the imbalance that has contributed to the recent spike in cooking gas prices.

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6. Seyi Makinde, governor of Oyo State and vice chairman of the Nigerian Governors' Forum (NGF), has denied reports that the federal government provided each state with N30 billion in additional funding to combat food shortages. Yesterday, the governor was responding to Senate President Godswill Akpabio's assertion that the federal government allocated an extra N30 billion to each state to help with the country's economic woes.

7. An intervention agency will soon be established in the Southeast to expedite the region's development. This comes after the Senate approved a measure on Thursday that would have established the Southeast Development Commission (SEDC).

8. Distasteful, brutal, dehumanising and misuse of democratic ethos'—that is how , the Labour Party's presidential candidate, and the LP caucus in the House of Representatives characterized the arrest of the party's national chairman, Julius Abure, in Edo State.

9. Gunmen ambushed and attacked personnel of the Rivers State Police Command during a stop-and-search operation at the Eliozu flyover in the Obio/Akpor Local Government Area of the state on Wednesday night, killing an Inspector, according to the command. On Thursday, SP Grace Iringe-Koko, a spokesman for the state police command, made the announcement public.

10. In response to the killing of Sylvanus Namang, the state publicity secretary, the All Progressives Congress (APC) National Working Committee (NWC) offered condolences to the Plateau chapter of the party on Thursday. At a Pankshin supply store on Saturday night, Namang was fatally shot. He was murdered with Sunday Okonkwo, the proprietor of the store.

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