Good Morning! Here is today's summary of Nigerian newspapers:
1. President Muhammadu Buhari has denounced HSBC for saying that his second term would overthrow the economy. A statement by his spokesman, Garba Shehu, on Saturday, said a bank that is polluting her hand with "millions of dollars that will be left to covet Abacha's spoils and continued until a few months ago to steal the stolen funds from one The leaders of the Nigerian Senate have no moral right to project that a "second term for Mr. Buhari increases the risk of limited economic progress and further fiscal deterioration." Buhari called on HSBC to return Nigeria's stolen funds immediately.
2. The People's Democratic Party (PDP) said Saturday that the All-Progressive Congress (APC) government should be responsible if anything happens to former Vice-President Abubakar Atiku or his presidential candidates in the run-up to the 2019 general election. PDP said this in response to the alleged threats to the former vice president's life as well as similar threats and harassment to other presidential candidates.
3. According to the report of the Economic Management Team led by Vice-President Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, a special session will be held on Tuesday to discuss the continuing noise for raising the new minimum wage. The Minister of Labor and Employment, dr. Chris Ngige, this told the State House correspondents. However, the report has argued that the committee's report would be presented before the end of September.
4. The People's Democratic Party (PDP), which welcomes the resignation of Kemi Adeosun as Finance Minister, has demanded the immediate arrest and prosecution of Adeosun for faking its NFSC exemption certificate and alleged inadequacies as ministerial abuse. This was stated in a statement by her national public relations officer Kola Ologbondiyan.
5.Kemi Adeosun has reportedly left Nigeria for the UK. The former minister left Nigeria one day after resigning as the country's finance minister on alleged NYSC certificate counterfeiting.
6. Bauchi's rural development commissioner Mahmoud Abubakar is dead. His death was announced Saturday by state governor Mohammed Abdullahi Abubakar. Governor Abubakar sympathized with his family over death.
7. Six members of the Ondo State Executive Council have resigned under instructions from Governor Rotimi Akeredolu that all political officials who have received nomination forms to contest the party's upcoming party code should do so. These include Ms Omowumi Olatunji, Commissioner for Women's Affairs and Social Welfare; Agricultural Commissioner Gboyega Adefarati; Land and Housing Commissioner Donald Ojogor; Trade Commissioner Timehin Adelegbe; Special Adviser on Rural Development, Mr Victor Olabimtan; and Special Counselor for Health, dr. Jibayo Adeniyi.
8. Nigeria and 10 other emerging economies have been ranked among the non-convincing economies in a new report from the McKinsey Global Institute, the research arm of McKinsey and Company. Other not above-average economies are Argentina, Brazil, Egypt, Mexico, Pakistan, Poland, Russia, the Philippines, South Africa and Turkey.
9. The Youth Wing of the AREWA Consultative Forum, ACF, has stated that the government led by President Muhammadu Buhari is not speculated in part. The forum's president, Yerima Shettima, has insisted that the Buhari government is incapable of sectioning, as even the northern part of the country has no impact on its government.
10. Following the resignation of his government's key players before the 2019 election, Imo Governor Rochas Okorocha has appointed a new Secretary of the Government. Chief Mark Uchendu will officially replace Sir George Eche as the new SSG.