Daily Trust Thursday, February 3, 2022

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dc.description.abstractLamido to old politicians: Give way to younger generation.pg.14; OPEC raises production by 400,000 barrels as oil sustains $90/barrel. pg.22; Cop kills soldier who once saved Shehu of Borno from Boko Harampg.6; Banditry: Wake up to your duties, Senate tells military pg.5; Rail project: FG turns to Europe for loans after delay from China pg.4; FRSC clarifies promotion controversy pg.4; Rising poverty: NBS has serious problem with data – Buhari’s aide pg.7; Hijab: Kwara students, parents protest continuous denial despite circular pg.33; Why I’m aspiring for Kaduna governorship — Baba Ahmed pg.3; Reps pass bills to enhance air safety, aviation services pg.4; Boko Haram: Belgium to spend €5m on North East annually pg.4; Poor funding, inadequate facilities, bane of education sector-Reps committee pg.4; Pension fraud: Oronsaye signed mandates of accounts diverted by Maina – EFCC. pg.5; Nigerian youths develop Apps to bust kidnapping, robbery, other crimes pg.6; Hanifa: Court adjourns case to Feb 9, pg.6; 117 Kebbi students sent overseas to study medicine, engineering, pg.6; Reps investigate NSITF Recruitment, pg.7; Buhari condemns Guinea- Bissau’s failed coup pg.7; Coalition seeks Media Trust’s support to end discrimination on Hijab, pg.7; One CJTF killed, 5 others injured in Borno landmine explosion, pg.8; Ogun criminals after my life, Abiodun cries out, pg.8; Kwara LG boss docked over N5m council’s inherited debt, pg.12; FCTA bars tipper drivers from road during peak hours, pg.12; Protest as gunmen abduct 2 Ogun students, pg.12; Customs nab 23 smugglers in South West, pg.12; 5 family members of Gusau varsity ASUU chairman Kidnapped, pg.12; 3 gunmen shot dead in Edo, pg.12; Ogun gov, traditionalists set for war over obaship law, pg.29; Insecurity: Northern broadcast media owners begin advocacy, pg.29; Kano Hisbah rescues girl trafficked from Lagos, pg.29; 6 killed, vehicles burnt in Ogun accident, pg.29; 7 states, FCT gets support to end tropical diseases, pg.29; A week after: Kidnappers yet to free Jonathan’s cousin, pg.29; Lawan hopeful of electoral bill assent as Senate confirms INEC commissioners, pg.14; APC panel declares Bassa/Jos North Federal constituency primary inconclusive, pg.14; Former Yobe lawmaker dumps PDP for APC, pg14; PDP raises alarm over plot to scuttle FCT polls, pg.14; Kano PDP crisis: 9 days to congress, Kwankwaso, Wali camps adamant, pg.15; It’s abuse of protocol to declare for presidency in Villa, pg.15; APC congress: Oyetola’s camp floors Aregbesola faction in court, pg.15; Time for a fresh reality check in Africa, pg.16; What that unremitted N1.2 trillion can do for Nigerians, pg.16; Scuffles among security personnel must stop, pg.17; Where money is God, pg.17; 2023: A case for Igbo presidency, pg18; The cancer- violence against women in Nigeria, pg.18; Tackling unemployment among youths, pg.18; Regulators to check global cryptocurrency operations, pg20; Fraud: Reps propose 20-year jail, assets forfeiture for bank staff, pg.20; FIRS to tax profits from bonds, securities, pg.20; Unions threaten strike, may shut airspace, pg.20; FUTO Minna confers degree on AfDB president, pg.21; Atedo Peterside speaks as Stanbic IBTC clocks 33, pg.21; 19 states adopting health insurance – Leadway, pg.21; Consumers rate Hollandia Yoghurt in Kano, 4 others, pg.21; Buhari reappoints NERC commissioners, 2 others to leave Monday, pg.22; Marketsquare replaces Shoprite at Purplemaryland mall, pg.22; Osinbajo to launch Nigeria’s energy planning tool today, pg.22; OPEC+ raises production by 400,000 barrels as oil sustains $90/barrel, pg.22; FOCUS ON JEWEL IN THE SAVANNAH- ‘Muhammadu Buhari Industrial Park Gombe project in progress, pg.24; How good prices motivate ginger farmers to scale up production…join ABP, pg.25; Despite poor rainfall, Kogi rice farmers record good yield, pg.25; ‘What Nigeria, Ukraine will benefit from bilateral education programme’, pg.27; We attract foreign students despite Nigeria’s insecurity problem — AUN President, pg.27; How Governor Bala Muhamud sacked his committee on SAYAWA chiefdom, pg.30; The full story regarding the Edo state house of Assembly:the danger of single fraudulent narrative, pg.32; Insurgency claims 167 students, 3 teachers in Yobe, pg.33; Lagos diverts traffic for Shonekan’s burial, pg.33; Sanwo-Olu establishes 2 new varsities for Lagos, pg.33; Construction of fly-over stirs controversy in Jos, pg.3; NSCDC withdraws security aides from Rep Shina Peller, pg.33; Nadal says 21 Grand Slam titles ‘not enough’, pg.38; Ishaq’s brace keeps Rivers Utd on top, Remo hold Pillars, pg.38; Cricket federation satisfied with quality of U-17 zonal championship, pg.38; Plateau Utd stun Rangers to climb into top three, pg.38; Senegal’s Teranga Lions roar into 2021 AFCON finals, pg.39;CAF slams $100,000 fine on Egypt ahead clash with Cameroon, pg.39; Indomitable Lions donate $85,585 to Olembe stampede victims,pg.39; Cameroon battles Egypt for AFCON finals berth, pg.39; Barcelona sign Aubameyang as free agent until 2025, pg.40; Man City’s Benjamin Mendy’s rape trial set for July, pg.40
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