Major headlines of topmost Nigerian newspapers for Monday, November 4, focus on Adams Oshiomhole's accusation of Governor Godwin Obaseki as being behind the recent attack against him.
The Nation reports that the All Progressives Congress (APC)'s national chairman, Adams Oshiomhole, has made some allegations as to the identity of who was behind the attack against him in Edo.
Oshiomhole on Sunday, November 3, claimed that the attack was masterminded by Governor Godwin Obaseki, adding that it was in a bid to embarrass him.
This Day reports that the decision of the federal government to extend the closure of all land borders to 2020 has received massive support from some Nigerians.
This is as stakeholders and top business owners have said that the move proves the government's willingness to uphold local content policy.
This is coming as a prequel to the scheduled meeting for labour leaders in Abuja on Tuesday, November 5.
The Guardian reports that there are indications that some major federal government bodies have been flouting the order for all agencies to use the Treasury Single Account (TSA).
The newspaper said that the offending agencies have been disobeying the order for about three years and as such affecting the nation's revenue negatively.
Punch reports that the neglect of agriculture as a sector by state governments has led to a lot of menace in the country.
This is as land grabbers, kidnappers, bandits and other criminals have taken over public farm settlements, agricultural ventures and even farm equipment and machines.
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