August 25 Newspaper Headlines

Today’s Edition of the Guardian Newspaper reports MTN ready to begin 5G operations in Nigeria. Also, Lagos Residents claims kidnappers now use mini bus popularly known as “Korope”.

The Punch says PDP members worry over Wike meeting with opposition. Shell and ExxonMobil end lawsuit against NNPC. ASUU strike lingers.

The Daily Sun talks about Gen. Babangida (Rtd) Gen. Abdulsalami Abubakar (Rtd), others meet over the ruling party presidential candidate. Bianca Ojukwu gives tip on how Igbo fan emerge president

According to Daily Trust, Buhari claims he won’t support opposition over ruling party in the forthcoming election. The Nigerian Football Federation blames world Football Governing body over Falconets plight in Turkey.

The Nation: NBA President condemns looting at NBA conference. Buhari pledges loyalty to APC come 202

Daily Independent reports Nigeria making huge improvement on energy transition. Federal government stops state from fixing bad federal roads.

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