Daily Trust Friday, February 4, 2022

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2022-02-04
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Dangote Kaduna Peugeot Assembly rolls out new cars, pg.28; World Cancer Day:Patients lament treatment gaps in Nigeria, pg.3; Lai, Aregbesola, Yari set to fight back as APC inaugurates state excos, pg.16; FG links 96 persons, 156 coys to terrorism financing, pg.5; 2023: Kwankwaso in tight corner, weighs three options, pg.4; Nigeria needs to address high fertility rate –Buhari, pg.6; 18 killed, 3 injured in Yobe road crash, pg.12; 4 family members found dead in Abuja poultry farm, pg.14; 10,000 road crashes kill 5,000 in Nigeria annually – FRSC, pg4; Insecurity: Enough is enough, youths tell FG, pg.4; Alaafin, Tinubu hail translation of Nigeria’s constitution in indigenous languages, pg.5; N2.4bn ‘fraud’: Save me from EFCC’s harassment, Okorocha begs Buhari, pg.6; Our health sector still faces critical challenges – Osinbajo, pg.6; Mass transit: Zulum launches 610 taxis, tricycles, buses in Maiduguri…Targets 3,200 beneficiaries, pg.7; Bandits kill village head, 5 others,abduct 5 in Katsina, pg.8; Abduljabbar: Court orders return of first prosecution witness, pg.8; 14-year-old France girl memorised Qur’an in 4 months in Nigeria, pg.10; Buhari committed to achieving peace in Nigeria Dingyadi, pg.10; Release our people or take them to court,families of BDC operators tell Buhari, pg.12; Kogi cuts off water supply for 5weeks for repairs, pg.12; UK to help Nigeria tackle terrorism, other crimes, pg.12; FCT polls: 473 candidates,14 political parties to battle for 63 positions, pg.14; Estate developers flouting FCT rules – Reps committee, pg.14; Hijab: Several injured as peaceful protest turns violent in Kwara, pg.14; Cancer Day: Group Identifies awareness creation as fighting tools, pg.14; Gunmen invade Edo farm, kill staff , burn down 20-hectare rubber plantation, pg.35; Motorcyclists supplying food, drinks to kidnappers get N10,000 per operation, pg.35; Man arrested for sodomy, rape in Yobe, pg.35; Court remands teenager charged with complicity in friend’s death, pg.35; Court remands Ogun teenagers for killing girlfriend, pg.35. AEPB arraigns over 1,000 Abuja residents for failure to obtain waste bins, pg.35. Fulani radio organizes workshop for journalists on migrants’ rights, issues, pg.35; Lagos govt demolishes shanties, pg.35; IoD rewards Lafarge, pg.35; Abia cyclist kills colleague over plate of rice, pg.14; After inauguration of state excos, Lai Mohammed, Aregbesola, Yari set to fight back, pg.16; INEC to cancel ‘idle’ polling units after 2023, pg.16; 2023: Gbajabiamila drums support for Plateau Rep, Gagdi, pg.16; Yakasai to Clark: Stop issuing threats over 2023 presidency, pg.16; Ekiti governorship: The battle of the anointed candidates, pg.17; Senate deputy minority leader joins APC, pg.17; I don’t need Uzodimma’s blessing to contest for presidency Okorocha, pg.17; Ebonyi APC faction meets in Abuja, seeks recognition, pg.17; How Russia overshadows France in Africa, pg.20; Tinubu saga: Who is Bola Ahmed Tinubu, pg.20; Stop the extrajudicial killings, pg.21; As 2023 ticks in - A tight race beckons (II).pg,21; The wisdom of consensus in party primaries, pg.22; Cancer awareness, knowledge as tools, pg.22; Ogun/Oyo initiative on security is a welcome development, pg.22; Experts chide FG over disparaging comment on NBS, pg.24; Sterling Bank, founder institute fellowship award ,holds in February, pg.25; Host communities to get 3 modular refineries each – HOSCON, pg.25; US firm introduces new messaging app in Nigeria, pg25; Masari wants Katsina international entry points reopened, pg.25; PIA: Reps move to transfer assets of defunct NNPC to NNPC Ltd, pg.26; FG needs $600m loan to tackle environmental problems in 19 states, pg.26; Moody’s acquires GCR to compete with DataPro, Agusto in Nigerian credit rating market, pg.26; How locally made drones can tackle insecurity – Inventor Okoye, pg.29; Reality show on job hunt begins airing, pg.29; Nestle’s show to gift N1m to best cook, pg.29; Muslim women seek actions against anti-hijab sentiments, pg.38; Coping strategies in marital union in Islam (II), pg.38; MSSN asks Sanwo-Olu to issue circular on use of hijab in Lagos schools, pg.38; AEDC, unions agree on 10-month salary for disengaged GMs, pg.38; Works, N/Delta, FCT Ministries get N250bn SUKUK fund, pg.38; Convention: 4 APC govs meet Gambari, pg.38; ECOWAS’ position against coups in B/Faso, Mali, Guinea stands – Osinbajo, pg.38; Why we are strengthening energy research centres – FG, pg.38; Hijab: Group writes IGP over harassment of Muslim female students, pg.40; Ata of Igala to receive staff of office March 4, pg.40; Umahi condemns killing of security officer at Enugu/Ebonyi boundary, pg.40; Sanwo-Olu gives scholarships to 2 girls hawking, pg.40; Obaseki pledges support, incentives for women in Edo’s mining sector, pg.40; Clergy urges Gov Emmanuel to rescind decision on successor, pg.44; Resolve teachers’ stagnation, NUT tells Ekiti govt, pg.44; FG not paying attention to Benue IDPs – SEMA, pg.44; Commission unveils 5-year plan for inclusion of PWDs, pg.45; Oronsaye: EFCC closes case after 21 witnesses, pg.45; Glo TV reality show broadcast kicks off Saturday, pg.45; FG urged to hike tax on tobacco by 70%, pg.45; World Read Aloud Day, free vaccine for literacy - UBEC boss, pg.45; Imo reiterates commitment to infrastructural development. pg.45; ...Dangote visits renovated pitch of MKO Abiola stadium Abuja, pg.46; CAF approves MKO Abiola stadium for Super Eagles’ World Cup playoff, pg.46; 2022 Winter Olympics gets underway in Beijing, pg.46; Gombe United win 3-0 to inflict more misery on MFM, pg.46; Egypt exert revenge on Cameroon to set up final clash with Senegal, pg.47; Egypt coach Queiroz knocks CAF over $100,000 fine, pg.47; I fought Watford to release Sarr, says Cisse, pg.47; CAF reschedules Burkina Faso, Cameroon third place match, pg.47; Enablers of the return of the military in West Africa, pg.48; Injury-plagued Thiem eyes Indian Wells return, pg.48; Lampard admits tough task as he prepares for Everton bow, pg.48;
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