Apc Moves To Reconcile Buhari, Saraki, Others And Many Interesting Newspaper Headlines Today

  • PublishedMarch 19, 2018

All progressive Congress (APC) leaders have launched a peace move to change the frosty relationship between the Executives and the national Assembly. THE NATION reports that Lawmakers are threatening to override president Muhammadu Buhari ‘s veto on the Electoral Act amendment  especially the reordering of the sequence of the 2019 elections.

THE PUNCH is coming with the reports on the National Budget saying that the senate and the House Of Representatives have asked ministers and heads of agencies to heed president Muhammadu’s sack warning by appearing for the defence of the 2018 budget this week.

On the revenue loss in the aviation sector, THE GUARDIAN  reports that differences in the passangers traffic figures in the avaiation sector released by relevant government agencies may have caused revenue loss in excess of the N6.7b in 2017 lone.

New development coming from VANGUARD on the abducted Dapchi school girls states that defence Minister, Mansur Dan-Ali has given hoped thst the 110 abducted students of Government  Girls Science and Technical College Dapchi, Yobe State might be released by the Boko Haram in the next two weeks noting that the Government is closing in on them.

NIGERIAN TRIBUNE has this to say on the herdsmen troubles in the country. Five persons were killed by suspected herdsmen in Ovia North East and Esan south-east local government areas of Edo State on Saturday, while several other people were said to have been injured during the attack on these communities.

DAILY INDEPENDENT on whether or not the presidency is declaring his ambition 2019 says that Presidency on Sunday gave reasons why President Muhammadu Buhari may be dilly-dallying in declaring his ambition in the 2019 elections, saying that it is a deliberate ploy to prevent opponent from sabotaging the country.

Also on reasons  Buhari wont declare now, DAILY SUN reports  President Muhammadu Buhari cannot declare his intentions to contest next year’s presidential elections because he wants to prevent opponents from sabotaging the country, the presidency has said.

Also on elections matters, NEW TELEGRAPH reports that  National Chairman of the All Progressive Congress (APC) chief John Odigie-Oyegun has decalred that the PDP has no presidential candidate to match president Muhammadu Buhari in the 2019 general elections.

And finally on the business news, BUSINESS DAY reports that a number of pension Fund Administrators have been slammed with fines by the National Pension Commission or PENCOM suboptimal investment returns in their fixed income portfolios in 2017 after an audit by the regulators, business day has learnt.

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