Daily Trust 22 Jan. 2021

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Unpaid bills: Electricity supply to Shagari’s house cut off, restored pg.9; 2023: Low turnout as Yoruba summit pushes for Tinubu presidency pg,29; Fulani free to live in Ondo – Monarchs pg 38; Govs disown Yahaya Bello over COVID-19 vaccine claim pg,7Jega, Nwodo, Adebanjo: Restructure Nigeria now pg1; Discipline, sincerity, security will rescue Nigeria – North Central Forum pg,3; Let’s fi x fundamental issues fi rst – Jonathan pg,4; Implement Jonathan’s confab report – Adebanjo pg,4; Nigeria’s federalism defective - Prof Jega pg,4; Northern Elders Forum backs restructuring pg,6; Buhari directs foreign, local coys on strict tax payment pg,16; FG approves guidelines for Executive Order 5 pg,16; Africa remains fertile for investment — Adesina pg,17; Firm, FCDO to train 1,000 persons in Nigeria pg,17; France among top 10 export destinations — Minister pg,17; Nigeria’s telecom subscribers hit 208m — NCC pg,18; KEDCO to improve services with complaints data pg.18; NIN: Katsina donates 34 laptop computers, printers to NIMC pg,19; Kia Nigeria plans another electric vehicle pg,20; How iconic is Hyundai Ioniq 5? Pg,20; Group to raise 3,000 emerging leaders in 3 yrs pg21; How I converted my school project to business venture — Tailor pg,21; NDE trains 420 youths on skills in Kebbi pg.21; British College launched in Akure, pioneers online learning pg.21; Institute sensitises Gombe IDPs on peaceful co-existence pg22; Northeast farmers get N6.4bn CBN loan to boost cotton production pg22; 55 orphans, vulnerable children to benefi t from varsity intervention pg22; Benue court orders WAEC to release 52 candidates’ results pg23; How business can thrive in Plateau – PLACOBPA pg23; NDE trains 50 unemployed women on spice making in Plateau pg23; Borno girls obtain job skills to ‘live with dignity’ pg.24; Child without anus yet to undergo surgery —Fathe pg.24; COVID-19 safety awareness improves in Maiduguri pg.24; Police urge politicians to intervene in A/Ibom land crisis pg.25; Bayelsa women decry herders’ destruction of farmlands pg25; Pastor links communities with bridge pg.26; Kwara disburses N92.5m to Ilorin rainstorm victims pg.26; 2, 139 Niger households affected by 2020 fl ood get FG relief materials pg.26; Gunmen abduct many in Zamfara village Buhari orders speedy response pg.27; 2023: Low turnout as Yoruba summit pushes for Tinubu presidency Kogi lawmakers intensify campaign for Yahaya Bello pg.29; Violation of political parties’ constitutions hindering our growth – Ex-gov Elechi pg29; We will unseat Makinde in 2023 – Oyo APC pg.29; Group empowers 563 farmers in 3 states, FCT pg.30; Court jails student for cultism in Akwa Ibom pg.32; Armed men disrupt Bayelsa council lawmakers’ sitting pg.32; Banditry: Some emirs sabotaging our peace deal –Matawalle pg.38; Forest reserves: Fulanis free to live in Ondo –Monarchs pg.38; Only fresh elections can end NBBF crisis – Skambo pg.39

A Nigerian national newspaper published on a daily basis covering different national and international news. This is the fifty second volume, number twenty (vol. 52, No. 20) edition.