BNVBlog looks at the top happenings making headlines on the front pages of Nigeria’s national newspapers today Wednesday, November 4th 2021.
The death toll in the 21-story building that collapsed on Monday on Gerrard Road, in the Ikoyi area of Lagos State, has increased to 21, The PUNCH reports.
The Guardian leads with the Indigenous ship owners accusing the Federal Government of exposing the country to the harsh exploitation of foreign shipping lines transporting goods at a very high cost into the country.
Tough times await culprits in Monday’s collapse of a 21-story building under construction in Ikoyi, Lagos Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu said yesterday, The Nation reports.
As a fallout of the collapsed 21-story building in Ikoyi, the Lagos State Government has requested for the list of all buildings above five floors under construction in the metropolis, Nigerian Tribune reports.
Daily Sun reports that there was palpable tension in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, yesterday, after soldiers mounted security checkpoints on strategic locations following reports of the planned invasion of the city by bandits and terrorists.
According to Daily Trust, Nigeria’s national oil company, NNPC Limited, has spent N864bn to subsidize Premium Motor Spirit, or petrol, in eight months this year.
After the successful conduct of its national convention, governors elected on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) have unanimously agreed to throw the presidential ticket of the party open, Daily Independent claims.
Thank you for reading, that all for today, see you again tomorrow for a review of Nigerian newspapers.