Guardian Newspaper Headlines Today Saturday 1st October 2022

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Nigeria at 62: Jonathan sues for peace, unity

Former President Goodluck Jonathan has urged Nigerians to prioritise patriotism, unity and peace as they make their choices at the polls in 2023.
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2 dead, 4 injured in Lagos-Abeokuta expressway accident

Two persons were confirmed dead while four others sustained injuries in an accident involving a Nissan Cabster and a Mack truck at Iyana Egbado, Itori on the Lagos-Abeokuta expressway on Saturday.
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Nigeria at 62: Education sector still wobbling

As Nigeria celebrates her 62nd Independence anniversary, some citizens have bemoaned the decay in the education sector, saying that after over six decades of self-rule, she has yet to get the system working.
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Buhari to Nigerians: I’ve resolved to bequeath lasting, sustainable democratic culture

President Muhammadu Buhari says his efforts to uplift the quality of life of Nigerians will not be enough without a good governance system, anchored on electing credible leaders in free, fair, credible and transparent elections.
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Defence minister harps on intelligence to boost military campaigns

Minister of Defence, Maj.-Gen. Bashir Magashi (rtd), on Saturday, urged Nigerians to provide vital intelligence to support ongoing military operations in the country.
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MDCN suspends Medical doctor for 9 months over patients death

The Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN) Disciplinary Tribunal has convicted a medical doctor, working with the Wuse District Hospital, Abuja, Dr Robert Osasikhu-Omoregbe for conducting himself infamously in professional respect when he offered in-hospital care to one Mrs Elizabeth Peter Ndueso (F) (now deceased) at his private hospital Lucia-Ells Hospital Bwari, Abuja, contrary to Rule 49.1c of the code of Medical Ethics in Nigeria.
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ASÙU Strike: We’ll mobilise resources internationally, nationally to fund education – Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has again called on the striking Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to return to the classroom while assuring them to deal with their contending issues within the limits of the scarce resources available.
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PSC introduces promotion exams for officers, Promotes 417 top policemen

The Police Service Commission on Friday approved the promotion for 417 Senior Police Officers.
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One dead, dozens injured after quake hits Indonesia’s Sumatra

A 5.9-magnitude earthquake hit Indonesia’s Sumatra island early Saturday, according to the US Geological Survey, killing at least one person and injuring dozens as locals rushed out of buildings seeking safety.
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Buhari to Nigerians: I share your pains, your patience will not end in vain

President Muhammadu Buhari has assured citizens that their resilience and patience will not end in vain as his administration continues to reposition and strengthen the security agencies to tackle the nation’s security challenges.
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