The national dailies captured the reality of many Nigerians as the cash crunch persists and traders lament low sales during the yuletide season.

Daily Trust says residents of an Ondo community are crying for help as a fire ignited by an oilfield spill continues to degrade their environment. The newspaper details the real reason behind Shoprite’s planned exit from Kano.

Tribune reports that the Lagos state government has announced the commencement of removing illegal gates permanently closed along the Lekki Phase 1 area of the state. The newspaper says Seyi Makinde, governor of Oyo, has told the chairmen of LGAs sacked during his first term of office to desist from trying to destabilise the state.

Nation reports that Bayo Onanuga, the president’s special adviser on information and strategy, says President Bola Tinubu is focused on turning the nation’s economy around for growth and development. The newspaper says Point of Sale (POS) operators in the country now demand a 10% service charge amid the cash crunch.

Guardian reports that Seyi Makinde of Oyo and Ademola Adeleke, the governor of Osun, have reconciled, ready to rebuild southwest PDP ahead of 2027, The newspaper says the Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria called for the arrest of Sabiu Tunde, the nephew of former President Mohammadu Buhari, over ‘revelation’ that he approved the naira redesign policy.


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