Naija News looks at the top happenings making headlines on the front pages of Nigeria’s national newspapers today Friday, April 15th 2022.
The PUNCH: The United States State Department has cleared the sale of 12 AH-1Z Cobra attack helicopters to Nigeria worth nearly $1bn, apparently after US lawmakers lifted objections over human rights concerns
The Guardian: Christians across the country mark Easter celebrations today with observance of Good Friday, President Muhammadu Buhari has declared that the current spate of uncertainty and insecurity bedeviling the country will soon give way to a season of triumph of good over evil
Vanguard: More facts, yesterday, emerged about how 106 persons were killed by bandits, who attacked about 10 communities in Kanam and Wase Local Government Areas of Plateau State on Sunday.
The Nation: The economy will be negatively impacted by the N4trillion vote for petrol subsidy in the revised 2022 budget passed yesterday by the National Assembly, experts have said.
Daily Trust: Chibok community in the Southern part of Borno State on Thursday joined the rest of the country to mark the eighth year anniversary of the abduction of schoolgirls in their domain, with parents and community leaders describing the day as one of disappointment and lamentation.
Daily Independent: The National Assembly on Thursday approved a revised budget of N17,319,704,091,019 for the 2022 fiscal year. It also increased the budget deficit by N965.42 billion to N7.35 trillion and increased fuel subsidy for 2022 budget by N3.557 trillion, from N442.72 billion to N4 trillion.
Thank you for reading, that all for today, see you again tomorrow for a review of Nigerian newspapers.