— Three days to the threatened mass action against government’s increase in the price of petrol, indications emerged Sunday that the Federal Government would meet organized labor on Monday in Abuja over the issue, dangling a carrot before labor leaders. (The Guardian)
— The Federal Government has set aside 940 million naira (more than 4.7 million U.S. dollars) to be spent on grazing reserves across the country despite growing opposition to its establishment.
— There have been reports that the government is considering the establishment of grazing reserves across the country as a way of ending Fulani herdsmen attacks on farmers and residents of their host communities. (The Punch)
— The Federal Government may integrate members of the Civilian Joint Task Force (JTF) into the Nigerian military and police after the war against the Boko Haram.
— President Muhammadu Buhari gave this indication while responding to questions at a press conference after the second Regional Security Summit in Abuja on Saturday. (Daily Trust) Enditem