Nigerian Newspapers: 7 Things You Need To Know This Tuesday Morning

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Nigerian Newspapers: 7 Things You Need To Know This Tuesday Morning


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iexclusive News Nigeria brings to you today’s summary from Nigerian Newspapers:


1. The Nigerian Customs Service has released the final result of its 2021 recruitment exercise. According to an announcement by the service, the listed candidates are required to report to the office of the Comptroller Establishment, Nigerian Customs Service, Old Federal Secretariat, Area 1, Garki, Abuja from Monday, 8th November to Tuesday 7th December, 2021 for documentation.


2. The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) yesterday, invited Nigerian billionaire businessman, Obinna Iyiegbu a.k.a. Obi Cubana over alleged money laundering and tax fraud. Obi Cubana got to the EFCC headquarters in Jabi Abuja around noon on Monday.


3. At least, three corpses were recovered from the rubbles of a 21-storey building that collapsed in Lagos on Monday. The building, which was under construction, collapsed along Gerald Road, Ikoyi, a highbrow area in Lagos.


4. Police detectives in Anambra State have recovered a locally made RPG Bomb and a hand grenade from the site of the shootout between gunmen and security operatives last weekend. The Deputy Commissioner of Police (Operations) DCP Aderemi Adeoye confirmed the recovery.


5. The Comrade Uchenna Madu-led Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) yesterday, declared that the November 6 Anambra governorship election must hold. The group said it has so far mobilised over 300 personnel to assist in making sure that the election holds as scheduled.


6. Sheikh Ahmad Gumi yesterday, insisted that granting amnesty to bandits is the solution to stopping the bloodshed in the northern region. Gumi, who has been calling for amnesty for bandits, said labelling bandits as terrorists will compound a very simple problem.


7. Medical doctors in Kwara State on Monday embarked on a seven-day warning strike across the 16 local government areas of the state. They said the industrial action was to protest unsatisfactory working conditions and demand better welfare.