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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 9:


$2bn arms deals: All set for Dasuki's, Dokpesi's trial

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) yesterday filed money laundering, among others, against businessman Dr Raymond Dokpesi.

Fed Govt plans 2,000mw in 15 months, says Fashola

The Federal Government plans to generates 2,000 megawatts within the next 15 months to boost electricity supply, it was announced yesterday.



Remove oil subsidy now, World Bank tells Buhari

Against the backdrop of the current fuel crisis across the country showing no sign of abating, the World Bank, yesterday, told President Muhammadu Buhari that the time to remove petroleum subsidy is now.

No Boko Haram sponsor'll go unpunished - FG

President Muhammdu Buhari administration will not spare Boko Haram sponsors, in the fight to rid the nation of terrorists and their backers, the Minister of Information and National Orientation, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has said.



EFCC charges Dokpesi with money laundering, others

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has preferred six counts of money laundering and procurement-related charges involving N2.1bn against the former chairman of DAAR Communications Plc, Chief Raymond Dokpesi.

Malpractices in Kogi, Bayelsa elections unfortunate, says Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday lamented that despite government's efforts aimed at ensuring the conduct of credible elections, some malpractices were witnessed in the recent governorship elections in Kogi and Bayelsa states.



AMCON won't buy new bad debts, says CEO

THe Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) has ruled out any further purchase of bad loans from lenders, even as non-performing loan (NPL) ratios rise as result of the economic slowdown and oil price slump.

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