Business and Economy
ASUU strike, economic recession, border closure, among others, are some of the key issues that occupied the front pages of Nigerian print newspapers on Friday.
The farmers say neighbouring countries that relied on Nigeria for food would troop into the country and by implication, the prices of commodities will increase.
The Coalition Against COVID-19 (CACOVID) has announced a new N25 billion employment scheme through which four million unemployed Nigerians will be empowered.
Nigerian farmers have kicked against the move by the federal government to reopen borders which were closed in August 2019. They said it will be disastrous.
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The Niger state government has announced its plan to slash workers' salaries by 50%. The Organised Labour in the state has, however, vowed to resist the plan.