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They have set a trap for Tinubu in the Muslim-Muslim Ticket

According to Rev. Yunusa Nmadu Jr., General Secretary of the Evangelical Church Winning All, the Muslim-Muslim ticket put forth by the All Progressives Congress, APC, is purportedly a plan for that party's nominee, Bola Tinubu, to lose the 2023 presidential election (ECWA). Nmadu argued that those who recommended Tinubu to select Kashim Shettima as his running mate did not have his best interests in mind and had instead set him up for failure. Shettima is a former governor of the state of Borno. The ECWA scribe told…

Negotiations are being stalled by ASUU’s insistence for a 6-month salary the federal government reveals

The federal government's unwillingness to engage with university lecturers is due to the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), which asked that they be compensated for the six months they had been on strike. Minister of Education Adamu Adamu gave reporters this information during the weekly ministerial briefing, which was conducted yesterday at the presidential villa and coordinated by the presidential communications staff. When he handed the report to President Muhammadu Buhari, he claimed that Buhari flatly…

A Nigerian Comes Down Hard On Arya Starr: “A Child Of God Should Not Dress Or Pose Like This”

Oyinkansola Sarah Aderibigbe, better known as Ayra Starr, a well-known Nigerian singer, recently shared a seductive photo of herself on social media, and her followers couldn’t stop swooning over the beauty the young woman possessed. Nevertheless, amid the praise and encouraging remarks, a “preacher” used the comment section to harshly criticise her attire, asserting that a child of God has no business dressing in that way. He added that those who always compliment her for promoting indecency are booking “hell fire”…
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FG Disallows Online Loan Companies Access To Mobile Payment Telecoms Networks

The Federal Competition and Consumers Protection Commission, or FCCPC, has ordered payment system operators, or PSOs, such as Flutterwave, Opay, Paystack, and Monify, as well as telecommunications companies, such as Mobile Network Operators, or MNOs, in Nigeria to stop assisting the activities of illegal digital money lenders, also known as money sharks, in that nation. Executive Vice Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of the FCCPC, Babatunde Irukera, made this known when the Commission took enforcement steps against a loan…

Rooney Criticizes Mbappe for Pushing Messi: “He Won 4 Ballon D’ors At Your Age”

Former Manchester United player Wayne Rooney has criticized Kylian Mbappe for how he treats veteran players at French champions PSG. Concerns about Mbappe's demeanor have been raised after he was declared the highest-paid player in the world by the French capital club and lately got into disagreements with Neymar and Lionel Messi. After Neymar had previously missed a penalty during PSG's game against Montpellier last Saturday, the two got into a fight about who would take it. Following the incident involving the…

My success as EFCC Chairman is raising the value of the naira relative to the dollar says Bawa

My success as EFCC Chairman is raising the value of the naira relative to the dollar, says Bawa Daniel posted this under Naija News 0NAIJA NEWS on August 19, 2022. The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) chairman, Abdulrasheed Bawa, self-congratulated and took credit for increasing the value of the naira in respect to the dollar. At a workshop for journalists held on Wednesday at the anti-graft commission's offices in Abuja, Mr. Bawa stated, "One achievement which most of you may not immediately perceive is…
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Police Recover 20 Corpses From Edo Shrine Arrest Three Suspects

Three male suspects have been detained by the Edo State police after they raided a ceremonial shrine near Asoro hill, off Ekenhua Road, in the Uzebu neighborhood of Benin. In a statement released on Thursday, the state's deputy police public relations officer, Jennifer Iwegbu, said that agents made the arrest after receiving information from the general public. She claimed that during the operation, officers from the Edo State Police Command also removed 20 corpses from the temple. Two of the accused, Chimaobi…

After being advised to take ASUU to court for damages students start considering filing a lawsuit against Adamu

The Academic Staff Union of Universities' ongoing strike has prompted the National Association of Nigerian Students to announce that it will begin legal proceedings against the Federal Government and Education Minister Adamu Adamu. The group stated this in a statement that was made accessible to PUNCH's Abuja correspondent. During a press conference, the minister urged students who were impacted by the strike to file a lawsuit against ASUU. However, Sunday Ashefon, the president of NANS, declared: "Our attention has…

Minister Refuses Order From President To End ASUU Strike In Two Weeks

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has continued its industrial action, and the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, has denied receiving a directive from President Muhammadu Buhari ordering a two-week end to the protracted strike. Contrary to what the Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, informed the media, the minister stated to State House Correspondents during the weekly Ministerial Briefing on Thursday in Abuja that the President instead instructed him to tackle the issues as quickly as…
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Osun Guber: The court dismisses Adeleke’s candidacy annulment lawsuit

A lawsuit contesting the selection of Ademola Adeleke as the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate for the Osun governorship race has been dismissed by an Abuja federal high court. The sitting judge, Obiora Egwuatu, ruled on Thursday that Lukman Awoyemi, the plaintiff, lacked locus standi to bring the case. The lawsuit was declared to be without merit by the court because it was submitted beyond the legally prescribed 14-day period for pre-election matters. The plaintiff in the case with the filing number FHC…

Sowore: Police only protect VIPs; they no longer carry out their official duties

The Nigeria Police Force (NPF), according to African Action Congress (AAC) presidential candidate Omoyele Sowore, is failing to carry out its responsibilities as national security becomes a greater concern. In an interview with Africa Independent Television (AIT), Sowore made a statement that will be broadcast on Thursday night. The presidential candidate claimed that instead of carrying out their duty to uphold law and order, police personnel acted as protection for well-known people at social gatherings. "In this…

Why Nigerians Move Abroad Despite Better Salaries and Job Security

A wave of widespread resignations is likely to impact various enterprises in the country as academic activities restart in countries including the UK, USA, and Canada. Due to the instability of the Nigerian economy and security, many Nigerian youths applied to study or work overseas. The most recent slang among Nigerians is "Japa," a Yoruba expression for leaving or running away. That's the expression Nigerians, especially the youth, use to suggest leaving their country in search of chances elsewhere. The term "The…
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Finance Minister: Petrol Subsidy Costs N18.39 Billion Daily

The expected daily payment for the fuel subsidy, according to Finance Minister Zainab Ahmed, is N18.39 billion. She made this statement during a session of the House ad hoc committee, which is looking into the regime of petroleum subsidies from 2017 to 2021. "The total subsidy each day is 18.397 billion," the speaker stated. Therefore, 6.715 trillion would be the amount if you were estimating for the entire year. It would be half of that if you were estimating for a half year. The Minister claims that the Nigerian…

Residents of Osun request that the FG urge electricity workers to avoid a new strike

Some citizens of Osogbo, the capital of Osun State, have responded to the National Union of Electricity Employees' decision to call off their strike (NUEE). After a 40-day ultimatum to the federal government expired on Wednesday, the NUEE went on strike. Following the walkout, the nation's energy supply was cut off. However, the strike was put on hold on Wednesday evening for a period of two weeks to make room for more discussions between the federal government and the NUEE's representatives. Abigail Adegunrin, a…

Peter Obi: The opposition blames the Labour Party and spreads false information on social media

On his social media pages, Mr. Peter Obi, the Labour Party's presidential candidate, promised Nigerians a clean campaign in 2023. He also emphasized how the opposition parties are smearing the Labour Party on social media while disseminating untrue information. As the official start of the 2023 election campaign draws near, it is clear that the opposition has adopted a negative strategy that involves trolling, insinuating fake news and misinformation on social media, and blaming the Labour Party, its presidential…
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Currently Nigeria’s best option is the Muslim-Muslim Ticket. Chair of the APC

According to Abdullahi Adamu, the party's national leader, the All Progressives Congress (APCsame-faith )'s ticket is currently Nigeria's finest choice. According to Adamu, who talked to BBC Hausa, they feel the same religious ticket is a strategy that may be successful in the country. He stated: "You see, you can't convince everyone, given the circumstances we have in the nation. Everyone has a right in a democracy, but for us, the same faith ticket is the greatest option for Nigeria right now. However, we won't…

Students are advised by the minister of education to sue ASUU for damages

According to Minister of Education Adamu Adamu, the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), not the Federal Government, is in charge of making up for the time lost by students during the six-month strike. Adamu made this declaration on Thursday at the 47th State House Ministerial Briefing, which was organized by the Presidential Communications Team and held at the Aso Rock Villa in Abuja. Additionally, he stated that the government would not agree to the union's demand that lecturers be paid for the six months…

Adamawa youths “Wash Off Atiku’s Footsteps” during visit to hometown

against his return to back home with claims that he did not develop his hometown. The protest against Atiku was not violent, neither peaceful but cryptic as seen in the pictures that accompanied the tweet PAY Your support matters! Adamawa, Jada. A few hours after the epic return of former Vice President Atiku Abubakar to his hometown in Jada local government area, Adamawa state, some youths in the area have trooped out to protest. This was seen by Legit.ng on the Twitter page of Abubakar Sadiq Kurbe, the…
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Real Reason for Deadlock in Our Meeting with FG – ASUU

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), which was meeting with the Federal Government of Nigeria earlier this week, has given a reason for why it came to a halt. The Federal Government's offer is "miserable," according to ASUU, thus we reject it. The ASUU President, Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke, stated this information in a statement headed "Why ASUU rejects government's award of salary" on Thursday. Recall that on Tuesday, the FG and ASUU met via the Prof. Nimi Briggs committee. The declaration said, in part:…

Tinubu-Shettima ticket: ‘You’re economical with truth’ – Islamic group tells Bishop Kukah

Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has reacted to the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto, Matthew Hassan Kukah’s criticism of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Muslim-Muslim presidential ticket. Bishop Kukah had recently described the ticket as reprehensible and unacceptable. He also accused President Muhammadu Buhari of starting same-faith leadership in Nigeria with the Buhari-Idiagbon regime in 1983. However, in a statement issued by the director of MURIC, Professor Ishaq Akintola, on Wednesday, the Islamic group has now…

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