Daily Trust Monday, February 7, 2022

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Bauchi’s oldest monarch, Emir of Jama’are, buried amid tears, pg.7; As China delays, FG shops for N5.9tr loan to deliver multiple rail projects, pg.26; Lassa fever killed 40 Nigerians in January – NCDC, pg.43; Disquiet over Rep’s bill seeking scrapping, merger of NSCDC with police, pg.4; Bandits closing in on Kaduna metropolis, pg.5; Sound education, solution to insecurity – Aremu, pg.5; Insecurity: Presidency rejects Financial Times report on Nigeria, pg.6; Oath of secrecy,plot to gag N/Assembly staff – CISLAC, pg.6; G/Bissau coupists wanted to kill President Embalo, Buhari told, pg.6; Nigeria, world’s third highest in female genital mutilation–UNICEF, pg.6; Rotary urges FG to subsidize cervical cancer screening, pg.6; Kwara popular Islamic cleric slumps during sermon, pg.7; Lalong asks office holders contesting 2023 elections to resign, pg.7;One dead, 3 missing in Delta FPSO explosion, pg.7; Security operatives, vigilantes repel attack on Zamfara town, Pg.10; Spike in drug abuse imminent before 2023 elections – CRISA, pg.10; Atiku visits Benue, donates N50m to IDPs, pg.10; Nigerian develops app to aid investigation, others, pg.10; Expert raises alarm on brain drain in mental health sector, pg.10; Uncovered manholes stink up Abuja streets, pg.14; Court sentences woman to 9 years jail for kidnapping, pg.35; Man jailed 3 months for stealing bottled water,pg.35; FCT minister narrates COVID-19 experience, pg.14; NDLEA arrests dismissed DPO,wanted kingpin,seizes codeine, others, g.14;Customs seizes 60 jack knives, Indian hemp worth N10.4m, pg.35; Judge warns defendant for inviting police into court, pg.35; Muslim women hold hijab awareness outreach in Abuja, pg.14; Wife stabs husband’s nephew to death for breaking mirror, pg.35; Jos community sacks vigilante group for selling hard drugs, pg.35; Woman sues ex-husband over N50,000 feeding allowance, pg.35; Ganduje vs Shekarau: APC unveils power-sharing template today, pg.16; Buhari in a hurry to fix Nigeria – Lawan, pg.16; Zoning not a threat to my presidential bid – Yerima, pg.16; Tinubu returns to Nigeria after UK trip, pg.16; 2023 presidential bid: Hurdles before Saraki, pg.17; New strategies are required to control food-price inflation, Pg.20; Re: Journalism, power and Mu’azu Magaji Dansarauniya, pg.20; Improve connectivity among West African countries, pg.21; The odyssey of the Electoral Act Amendment Bill, pg.21; Time to tackle rising food prices, pg.22; Re:Medical negligence: Doctors as human beings, pg.22;An impending ASUU strike is one too many, pg.22; E-invoicing, e-evaluator may mar int’l trade, says expert, pg.26; Benue ranks high in World Bank grants, pg.27; NIPC unveils plans to woo foreign investors, pg.27; ‘Insecurity killing cotton production in North’, pg.27; NEPC sensitises exporters on AfCFTA processes, pg.28; Entrepreneurship: Value Adding, Costing and Pricing (I), pg.28;Kano agency empowers 20 traders, pg.28; Arla Foods to build dairy in Kaduna, pg.28;Why Nigeria may pay more on future Eurobond offers – Akpata, pg.29; Amidst fraud allegation, property firm meets with aggrieved subscribers, pg.30; Building collapse: Stakeholders to eliminate quacks, pg.30; Architecture thrives on excellence – Maduka, pg.30; Man with record breaking 864 insecttattoos: ‘I hate bugs’, pg.33; Transitional assembly holds first post-coup session, pg.42; Save Rayan: Death of boy sparks outpouring of heartbreak, pg.42;India bids farewell to beloved singer, pg.42; Ukraine crisis: Macron says a deal to avoid war is within reach, pg.42; Pakistan says it killed 20 rebels after attacks in Balochistan, pg.42; Nigeria’s constitution allows Muslim women to wear hijab – FG, pg.43; Lassa fever killed 40 Nigerians in January – NCDC, pg.43; Senior Secondary Commission to retrain teachers, pg.43; Buhari urges PM to keep Ethiopia united, pg.43; Rent: Senate bill seeks 3-month jail, N1m fine for defaulting landlords, pg.43; Osimhen fires Napoli to within point of Serie A summit.pg.46;Plateau Utd triumph 1-0 to end Rivers Utd’s unbeaten run, pg.46; W/Cup qualifiers: Igoche charges D’Tigress to make Nigeria proud, pg.46; 2 U-19 volleyball players join Albanian club from Plateau Rocks, pg.46; Senegal edge Egypt 4-2 on penalties to win first AFCON title, pg.47; Choupo-Moting slams Conceicao for lack of respect, pg.47; Infantinore affirms belief in African football potentials, pg.47;Forest stun FA Cup holders Leicester,Liverpool see off Cardiff, pg.48; Climate justice and Nigeria’s Sharon Ikeazor, g.48; Bublik stuns Zverevto capture maiden ATP title, pg.48;