Punch Newspaper Headlines Today Sunday 2nd October 2022

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Anambra flood: NEMA confirms one dead, 651,000 displaced

The National Emergency Management Agency has confirmed the death of one Ginikanwa Izuoba in the Enugu-Otu, Aguleri flood. The Acting State Coordinator of the agency in Anambra, Mr Thickman Tanimu, confirmed the incident in Awka on Saturday. Tanimu said that Izuoba died when his house collapsed due to the impact of the flood. He also
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Ohuabunwa writes Buhari, raises concern over nation’s collapse

A former presidential aspirant on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party for the 2023 general elections, Sam Ohuabunwa, on Saturday took a swipe on the state of the nation and wrote the President, Major-General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), on the occasion of the 62nd Independence Day Anniversary of the country. This was as Ohuabunwa, who
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Counter-terrorism: Army decorates five personnel for outstanding performance

The Nigerian Army, Saturday, honoured five officers of Operation Hadin Kai JTF, who distinguished themselves and demonstrated exceptional bravery, dedication, and commitment in the fight against Boko Haram insurgents. According to Zagazola Media Network, the soldiers were honored with the Theartre Commander Commendation Award. Among the soldiers was Lt. Col I.A Manga, who was said
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FG moves to end amnesty programme, group kicks

The Federal Government has concluded plans to terminate the Presidential Amnesty Programme in May 2023, Sunday PUNCH has learnt. One of our correspondents gathered that the office of the National Security Adviser had directed the Interim Administrator of the Amnesty Programme, Major General Barry Ndiomu (retd.), to commence the process of winding down the programme.
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Lagos police nab three-man syndicate specialised in defrauding passengers 

The Lagos state Police Command on Saturday said its operatives arrested three persons who specialised in defrauding passengers of their property at Omole Estate Phase 1 part of the state. The trio was said to have been arrested by officers attached to the Ojodu Division following an alarm raised by one of their victims about
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What the EFCC and your politician have in common

Now that campaigns are official for next year’s elections, let us spare a thought for what is really at stake. Although the subject appears to be, it is not political office.  It is not about who will become president or governor or senator or whatever.  It is about trust: trusting in the government. Since 1999,
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We will address housing, healthcare, education – Lagos AAC

The Lagos State chapter of the African Action Congress has said that mismanagement of resources is holding Lagos down from adequate growth and development as a state. The AAC said Lagos should ordinarily surpass Cape Town, the capital of South Africa, and Cairo, the capital of Egypt, but had, however, become a ‘slum’ that lacked
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Judicial independence 62 years after Nigeria’s independence

For all the talk of judicial independence, the reality of colonial and post-colonial Nigeria has been one long story of judicial subordination into subservience. Seven years into his presidency, Muhammadu Buhari is on his fourth Chief Justice of Nigeria, with the last two having departed office in rapid succession under a cloud. The story of
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ASUU strike: What does the government really want?

The Academic Staff Union of Universities’ strikes have been on and off for quite some time – every new strike action is triggered by the failure of the government to fulfill its part of the agreement reached with ASUU. Each time, as soon as ASUU responds to the “promise” by the government to fulfill its
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Nigeria@62: Sports stakeholders lament untapped potential, hope for better future

Nigeria’s 62nd Independence Day anniversary remains a cause for celebration, despite sports having not attained the heights expected. While the country’s athletes put up spectacular performances in the 1980s and 1990s, with some claiming Olympic gold medals, Nigerian sports witnessed a sharp contrast soon after, following a steady decline of fortunes. Stunted grassroots development, poor
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