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Find out what is making headlines all over the country from the covers of The Punch, Vanguard, The Guardian and more.

For today, Monday, December 7:


PDP leads in Bayelsa giv election amid violence

With official results so far released by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in the Bayelsa governorship election, the incumbent Governor Henry Seriake Dickson, is leading his closest rival, Timpire Sylva by a margin of 25, 420 votes. READ MORE...



$2b arms: EFCC weighs its options on Jonathan

Will the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) invite ex-President Goodluck Jonathan to say all he knows about the controversial $2 billion arms deals? READ MORE...

Kogi: Faleke, Wada kick as Bello is declared winner

Controversy yesterday trailed the declaration of All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate Alhaji Yahaya Bello as winner of Saturday's governorship election in Kogi State by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).



Robbery: Two DSS operatives arrested over N310m

The Department of State Services, DSS, has arrested two out of its five staff involved in armed robbery operation in which they were said to have snatched N310 million from a bureau de change operator in Abuja. READ MORE...

$2bn arms deal: EFCC confronts Dasuki, Dokpesi, others with evidence of transactions

The special team raised by the Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to probe the disbursement of $2.2 billion arms contract deal in the office of the former National Security Adviser, yesterday, confronted the major suspects with evidence of their illicit transactions.



Banks re-price deposit rates lower but not credit

As a result of the recent cut in interest rate by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), deposit money banks have begun to reprice deposit rates lower, even as they stand firm on loans as customers still pay between 25 and 30 percent as cost of borrowing in a system already awash with liquidity.

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