These top 10 stories across newspapers across the country might interest you.

1. ‘I will speak on transfer to Tinubu’, Buhari predicts APC win in 2023 in Shettima encounter

President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday predicted the victory of the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, in the 2023 elections. Read more

2. The Senate adopts the bill on the creation of the National Social Security Commission

The Senate on Wednesday passed a bill establishing the National Social Security Commission. Read more

3. ASUU: Presidency rejects reports of Buhari’s 14-day ultimatum to Education Minister

The presidency has branded reports of President Muhammadu Buhari’s two-week ultimatum to Education Minister Adamu Adamu to resolve the dispute between the federal government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) as false. Read more

4. IPOB accuses Imo Gov Uzodinma of using Ebubeagu’s ‘terrorist’ outfit to kill South East youths

Ebubeagu’s security group has come under fire from the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) for the murder of seven guests at a wedding in Imo state. Read more

5. Katsina Gov Masari indicts Nigerian government and security agencies for worsening insecurity

Katsina State Governor Aminu Bello Masari has blamed the federal government, state governments and security agencies for failing to secure Nigerians as insecurity continues to escalate in the country. Read more

Also Read: Top 10 Stories from All Nigerian Newspapers, Wednesday July 20, 2022

6. NGX: Nigerian breweries among big losers as investors dump 65.9 billion naira in 8 hours

Investors in the Nigerian capital market lost N65.9 billion as equity capitalization fell -0.23% on Wednesday. Read more

7. Another blackout looms as national grid collapses for 6th time in 2022

Nigeria’s national grid collapsed again on Wednesday morning, weeks after the federal government decided to address the country’s chronic electricity supply problems. Read more

8. NLC strikes at MTN HQ as welfare showdown escalates

The headquarters of MTN Nigeria was picketed on Wednesday by the Nigeria Labor Congress (NLC) amid a disagreement over staff welfare. The telecommunications company had been accused of not prioritizing its staff over lower management. Read more

9. Atiku offers a solution to Nigeria’s power sector challenges

The Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) on Wednesday condemned the collapse of the country’s national grid. Read more

10. Bassey ends his spell at Ajax and signs a five-year contract

Super Eagles star Calvin Bassey has successfully transferred from Scottish club Rangers to Dutch club Ajax. Read more

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