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Headline news: YPP Mobilizes Nigerian Youths For Future Elections; Emefiele Projects Nigeria to Exit Recession in Q1 2021

These are the stories that made the headlines for major Nigerian Newspapers today, 29/11/2020.

1. YPP Mobilizes Nigerian Youths For Future Elections

The Young Progressive Party urged Nigerian Youths to rally round the party to create a standing for the pursuit of a better Nigeria.

During their meeting, Bishop Amakiri, the national chairman of the YPP, reminded everyone on the outrageous things that have been happening in the country; #EndSars protests, a dwindling economy due to the coronavirus, and increased poverty.

He urged the entirety of the youths to come out, and try to take political leadership from our leaders. Not through political oppression, but by synergy with all leaders.

2. Buhari Urges Nigeria to Pray For Peace, Unity and Stability in The Country

On Saturday, the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari, urged citizens to pray for peace, unity and stability in the country.

He made this call at an address at the 70th anniversary of the Qaddriyya in Kano. He also encouraged the youths to take advantage of the employment opportunities provided by the Federal Government to become self dependent.

3. Emefiele Projects Nigeria to Exit Recession in Q1 2021

At the 55th Annual Banking Dinner organised by the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria, Godwin Emefiele, the Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria, projected that Nigeria could emerge from recession in the first quarter of 2021.

He explained that with the removal of restrictions on movement, key sectors have begun to improve. He also mentioned that if this continues, it is likely we emerge from recession in 2021.

Source:

Punch newspapers

Ripples Nigeria


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