Hello! Here is today’s summary from Nigerian newspapers:

1. Central Bank of Nigeria Governor Godwin Emefiele resumed his post at CBN headquarters on Monday after spending several weeks in the UK and US following DSS plans to arrest him. DSS operatives reportedly invaded his office after the restart.

2. There were fireworks between the ruling Congress of All Progressives and the opposition People’s Democratic Party on Monday over the integrity and electability of their presidential candidates. The Tinubu-Shettima Presidential Campaign Council called on the country’s security agencies to arrest PDP presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar for allegedly stealing public funds through ‘Special Purpose Vehicles’.

3. Gunmen yet to be identified have again attacked an office of the Independent National Election Commission, INEC, in the South Enugu Local Government Area of ​​Enugu State. The development came just hours after a similar attack occurred in Imo state that led to the death of a local security man.

4. Labor Party (LP) presidential candidate in the 2023 general election, Peter Obi, is facing a new disqualification claim in a Federal High Court in Abuja over his alleged possession of dual citizenship of two countries. Obi was brought before the Court by another political party, the National Rescue Movement (NRM).

5. The Labor Party (LP) presidential candidate, Mr. Peter Obi, has said that a Nigerian presidency with him and Yusuf Datti Baba-Ahmed, his running mate, in charge, will dismantle inefficiency and eliminate compromise politics that They create corruption in the government. Obi said this on Monday at Chatham House, Britain’s famous institute for international politics, where he was a guest.

6. Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar has said it is too risky for Nigerians to hand over their future to their main rival in the 2023 presidential election, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Peter Obi of the Labor Party. He spoke at the Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG) Presidential Dialogue on the Economy in Lagos on Monday.

7. The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) have rejected the request of the Anambra State Governor, Chukwuma Soludo, to present himself as a guarantee for their leader, Nnamdi Kanu, who is still detained by the Department of State Security Service (DSS). ). IPOB, in a statement from its spokeswoman, Emma Powerful, yesterday praised Soludo’s voluntary decision to sign a guarantee for Kanu’s unconditional release, but noted that the request was late.

8. Former President Chief Olusegun Obasanjo led current and former students of Baptist Boys High School (BBHS), Abeokuta, on an 18km walk around Abeokuta on Monday as part of activities to mark the celebrations the centenary of the school.

9. Judge Jide Falola of an Osun State High Court sitting in Osogbo on Monday sentenced six people to death for murder and armed robbery. The judge sentenced the suspects on six counts, including setting fire to the cousin of former Osun State Lieutenant Governor Benedict Alabi after forcing him to transfer the sum of N3 million to an account.

10. Oxfam in Nigeria has said that three of the richest Nigerian citizens are richer than 83 million others combined. This is contained in a report titled ‘Davos Inequality Report 2023’ presented at a press conference on Monday in Abuja.