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

For today, Wednesday, December 2:


$2bn arms deals: Bafarawa, Dasuki, Dokpesi arrested

After a month's siege to his Abuja home and legal fireworks, former National Security Adviser (NSA), Col. Sambo Dasuki (rtd.) was yesterday arrested for interrogation on the $2bn phoney arms deals. READ MORE...

Lawmakers pass N574bn supplementary budget

The Senate yesterday passed the 2015 Supplementary Appropriation Bill of N574,532,726,857.



Pro-Biafra protesters shut S-East

Vehement in their resolve to get the detained Radio Biafra boss Nnamdi Kanu released and to actualize their agitation for the sovereign state of Biafra, no fewer than 40,000 members and sympathisers of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, yesterday, shut down commercial and business activities in the South East states as they took to the streets to vent their spleen. READ MORE...



Police ready for Bayelsa poll with 14,000 more officers

To beef up security as the Bayelsa governorship election holds on Saturday, the Inspector General of Police, Solomon Arase, has deployed no fewer than an additional 14,000 policemen in the state. READ MORE...



PDP kicks as EFCC arrests Dokpesi, ex-gov Bafarawa

In a statement by its (PDP) National Publicity Secretary, Chief Olisah Metuh, on Tuesday, the PDP said the "military style pronouncement of guilt on Chief Dokpesi before any fair hearing, betrays the fact that he is a victim of political persecution and mob trial by the APC government". READ MORE...

We can save N985bn from 450 agencies - Adeosun

The Minister of Finance, Mrs Kemi Adeosun, says she can save up to $5bn dollars (N985bn) annually by cracking down on waste leakages in over 450 Federal Government Ministries, Departments, and Agencies. READ MORE...



Insurers grow profit on better costs, risk control

Insurance firms quoted on the floor of the Nigerian bourse are growing earnings amid a drop in oil price and a weaker naira, as cost cuts and solid risk management practices help catapult underwriting profits.

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