Naija News looks at the top happenings making headlines on the front pages of Nigeria’s national newspapers today Monday, November 29 2021.
The Federal Government has directed the Nigeria Customs Service to ground 91 private jets belonging to some wealthy Nigerians over their alleged refusal to pay import duties running to over N30bn, documents obtained by The PUNCH have revealed
With travel restrictions being reinstated against a number of countries in southern Africa by the United Kingdom, United States of America and Singapore, among others, as well as the European Union (EU) and Brazil calling for the same, there are concerns about the risk that the new infectious variant could return many economies to lockdowns. The Guardian reports
On the top left corner of The Nation a report reveals that Security has been beefed up in border communities across the Southwest states, following an alleged plot by suspected terrorists to attack military formations in the areas.
This Day reports that Nigeria yesterday expressed solidarity with South Africa as it struggled with some of the difficulties posed by a new COVID-19 variant, Omicron, discovered in the country. The Nigerian government warned Western countries against discrimination against South Africa following travel restrictions imposed on Southern African countries in the aftermath of the new virus discovery
As yuletide approaches, airline passengers are facing hard times over the skyrocketing cost of tickets, findings by Daily Trust have revealed
According to Daily Independent, many expected complete sanity at the forex market with the ban of dollar sales to bureau de change operators (BDCs) in the country by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), but developments in the last four months have shown that improvement is way beyond the ban as nothing significant has changed.
Thank you for reading, that all for today, see you again tomorrow for a review of Nigerian newspapers.
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