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Nigerian Newspaper Headlines (28th October, 2019)

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Punch Newspaper: Payroll system controversy: ASUU takes battle to National Assembly, meets Lawan, Gbaja

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) will be having a closed door meeting with the leaders of the National Assembly to discuss their grievance about the newly introduced Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS).  President Buhari had given the instruction that all civil servants must be registered on the IPPIS platform or will not be paid their salaries. However the ASUU members have disagreed saying that it is against the statutory rights of civil servants.

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Guardian Newspaper: Supreme Court to conceal panel on Atiku’s appeal till last minute

The Judiciary has decided to keep the members of the Supreme Court panel that will be hearing the appeal filled by the Peoples Democratic Party presidential candidate Alhaji Atiku Abubakar over the victory of President Buhari at the presidential polls private. Sources from the Judiciary said even the members of the panel don’t currently know they are on it and the hearing is set for Wednesday.

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Sun Newspaper: Bakare attacks Tinubu

The senior pastor of the Latter Rain Assembly Tunde Bakare took a jab at politicians during his church sermon yesterday. The pastor who recently said he will be the 16th president of Nigeria blamed the politicians for the present woes of the country and in particular blamed former Lagos state governor Ahmed Tinubu and said he will give account one day for all he has done.

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