Naija News looks at the top happenings making headlines on the front pages of Nigeria’s national newspapers today Wednesday, November 3rd 2021.
The PUNCH gathered that among the issues delaying the APC convention was the fact that the Anambra and Zamfara State chapters of the party had yet to conduct membership registration/revalidation as well as congresses
In what most industry players and consumer right groups, yesterday, described as payment for darkness, Nigerians, in the past eight years, have spent about N5.7 trillion on the supply of electricity as supply averages 4,000 megawatts, The Guardian says.
Deputy Governor of Lagos State, Dr. Obafemi Hamzat, and General Manager, Lagos State Building Control Agency, LASBCA, Mr Gbolahan Oki, yesterday differed over circumstances that surrounded collapse of the 21-storey building at Ikoyi on Monday, Vanguard reports.
The Nation leads with family members of victims of the collapsed Ikoyi building besieged the place, some carrying photographs of their people believed to be trapped inside the rubbles.
With voter apathy likely in Saturday’s governorship election in Anambra State, a situation occasioned by the palpable insecurity in the state and accentuated by IPOB, victory amongst the three big contender parties will ultimately come down to who amongst the three front runners is better able to mobilise his party’s supporters to go out and vote, This Day says.
There are indications that six people kidnapped by bandits in University of Abuja staff quarters have been rescued successful, Daily Sun reports.
Nigerian Tribune says that thr Supreme Court, on Tuesday, in Abuja broke its silence on the alleged unlawful invasion of Justice Mary Odili residence by unknown security operatives, describing it as impunity taken too far
The death toll from Monday’s collapse of a 21-storey building in the Ikoyi area of Lagos, Daily Trust reports, rose to 20 on Tuesday even as more people are still trapped in the rubbles
Thank you for reading, that all for today, see you again tomorrow for a review of Nigerian newspapers.