Naija News looks at the top happenings making headlines on the front pages of Nigeria’s national newspapers today Sunday, November 21st 2021.
The PUNCH leads with the United States once again warning that it may stop rendering military assistance to Nigeria if the country fails to protect human rights.
According to Guardian, one year after the discovery of over one billion barrels of crude oil in the North, the Federal Government and the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation Limited are yet to come clean on the true state of activities in the nation’s inland basins.
For many Nigerians, embarking on self-exile is far from being an easy decision. There is the initial hesitation that arises from a deep-rooted fear of the unknown. The thought of parting with family and friends, no matter how hard living in Nigeria may be, is usually an uncomfortable one. Vanguard reports.
Bank customers lost a whopping N42.755 billion to fraudulent activities perpetrated through social engineering in just three months, data obtained by LEADERSHIP Sunday have shown.
According to Daily Trust, Last month, there were concerns raised by some Nigerians when it was reported that the University of Ilorin, during its 36th convocation, churned out 180 first class graduates out of the 10,922 graduating students in the 2019/2020 academic session.
In what seems to be a clear case of double standard, the United States has threatened that Nigeria risks arms embargo for alleged violations of the laws on armed conflicts in the fight against banditry, terrorism, and other forms of violence in different parts of the federation. This Day says.
According to Independent, the alleged indictment of the military and security agencies in the report presented to Governor Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State on Monday by the #EndSARS Judicial Panel has brought about much tension over the possible outcome of a now awaited White Paper on the report
Thank you for reading, that all for today, see you again tomorrow for a review of Nigerian newspapers.
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