Naija News examines the major events making the headlines in Nigeria’s national newspapers today Monday, February 21, 2022.
Governors of the All Progressives Congress and President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (Retired), will this week choose a new date for the APC national convention, which was previously scheduled for February 26, according to the PUNCH.
Despite a sizable increase in the number of new investors seeking to float local airlines, the industry finds itself much more in a precarious zone with operators struggling with depleted fleet capacity and low market penetration, the Guardian reports
The nation reports that with the interim committee dragging its feet on plans for the party convention scheduled for Saturday, governors of the All Progressives Congress (APC) will meet today on the fate of the fiscal year.
Eight months after the abduction of 80 students from the Federal Government College in Birnin Yauri, Kebbi State, more than 10 of them are still being held by their captives, despite the payment of a ransom and the exchange of prisoners at different times. Daily Trust also reliably gathered that as many as 13 of the female students were married to bandits, some of them already pregnant.
The Nigerian aviation industry is set to suffer a huge loss amounting to N20 billion following the plan by the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) to destroy the investments of the Accident Investigation Bureau of Nigeria (AIB -NOT), Independent Daily said.
Thanks for reading, all for today, see you tomorrow for a review of Nigerian newspapers.