Nigerian Newspapers Daily Front Pages Review | Friday 1st September, 2023

Bahdstreetvibes looks at the top happenings making headlines on the front pages of Nigeria’s national newspapers today Friday 1st September 2023.

The PUNCH: The African Union’s Peace and Security Council on Thursday suspended Gabon following the Wednesday overthrow of President Ondimba Ali Bongo by soldiers led by the head of the Republican guards, Gen Brice Nguema. The continental body in a post on X, formerly Twitter, condemned the military takeover of power in the Central African country.

The Guardian: The near absence of democracy at the local councils has not only crippled development at the grassroots but questions the democratic credentials of several state governors, who prefer to appoint loyalists as administrators and caretaker committees instead of conducting elections and allowing democratically elected officers to run the affairs of the people.

Vanguard: Disturbed by the rising wave of coups on the continent, African countries have started reshuffling their military and taking measures to avert it. With Gabon coup leaders saying yesterday that General Brice Oligui Nguema would be sworn in as “transitional president” on Monday at the constitutional court, African leaders were working on a response to officers in Gabon who ousted President Ali Bongo and installed Nguema as

ThisDay: President Bola Tinubu, yesterday, warned that if African leaders did not wield the big stick to curtail the wave of coup d’états spreading across the continent, everyone would ultimately suffer the consequences.

The Nation: Nigeria Air will not fly now, the Federal Government said yesterday. Contracts awarded in respect of the controversial project, which immediate past Aviation Minister Hadi Sirika devoted energy in the last days of the Buhari Administration, will be properly audited

Daily Trust: The scramble for rice by suppliers recruited by the federal and state governments is partly responsible for the spike in the prices of the commodity, multiple sources have told Daily Trust. Traders in markets in some states told our correspondents that requests by contractors had led to an increase in demand without corresponding supply from millers.

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