Naija News looks at the top happenings making headlines on the front pages of Nigeria’s national newspapers today Wednesday 27th September 2023.
The PUNCH: The Federal Government has invited organised labour to a meeting in a last-minute bid to stop the planned October 3, 2023 nationwide strike announced by the Nigeria Labour Congress and the Trade Union Congress on Tuesday. The two unions had declared an indefinite strike with effect from Tuesday to protest the alleged failure of the FG to provide post-subsidy palliatives for workers, but the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Productivity assured Nigerians it would meet with the leadership of the unions before they shut down the economy
The Guardian: There are clear indications that more manufacturing companies and businesses in the country may shut down in the coming months due to the unabating energy crisis, which has now pushed diesel prices to over N1,100 per litre.
The Nation: Michael Olayemi Cardoso yesterday began his tenure as the 12th Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) governor following his clearance for the position by the Senate. He promised to provide transparent and focused leadership with full adherence to the rules and return the apex bank to its core monetary policy responsibility.
Daily Trust: Survivors and families of abducted students of Federal University, Gusau, Zamfara State, as well as people around the community, yesterday shared their experiences on what transpired. The university was attacked by bandits in the early hours of September 21.
Thank you for reading, that is all for today, see you again tomorrow for a review of Nigerian newspapers.