- Popular report has it that some military officers, both serving and
retired will soon be invited by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission,
EFCC, for interrogation over their involvement in the $2.1bn illegal arms
procurement. According to report, the commission had already sent a letter to
the Army Headquarters for the release of the affected officers.
- Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, had in one
of his statements to the DSS said that he referred to Nigeria as a zoo because
the only language its people understood was violence. He said such reference
was to engineer social change; a report has claimed.
- Dele Momodu, has continued to react to the case of alleged abduction of
her niece’s daughter by music star, Davido, insisting that despite the wealth
of Davido and that of his family, the oppressed Sophia will get justice at the
end, especially under the government of change.
- The Peoples Democratic Party has filed a notice of appeal against the
judgment of the Owerri Division of the Court of Appeal, which sacked Governor
Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State. Relatively, Ikpeazu has asked the Court of Appeal
to immediately make the copy of its judgment available to enable him file his
appeal against it.
- Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, IMF, Ms. Christine
Lagarde got into Nigeria, yesterday, on a four-day official visit to meet with
policy makers and other stakeholders on how her organisation can partner the
nation for a better economy. She was received by the Finance Minister, Mrs Kemi
Adeosun, and the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, Mr. Godwin
Emefiele at the presidential wing of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport.
- Members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria asked for the whereabouts of
their leader, Sheikh Ibraheem el-Zakzaky and his wife. In a statement issued by
the President of the Islamic Movement Media Forum, Ibrahim Musa, the group
queried that three weeks after the arrest and subsequent detention of the
Shi’ite leader and his wife by the Nigerian Army, they have had no access to
- The Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar
Malami, Sen Ali Ndume, former Minister of Transport and Peoples Democratic
Party, PDP, chieftain, Chief Ebenezar Babatope and retired Police Commissioner,
Alhaji Abubakar Tsav have all argued that President Buhari was not dictatorial
in his fight against corruption and other ills in the country, particularly
with regard to the detention of Dasuki and Kanu. They are of the opinion that
the President was only doing his job with utmost commitment and determination.
- Report has it that no fewer than 90 shops were on Monday razed by fire
in a major market in Yola, the capital of Adamawa State. According to the
report, property worth billions of naira was destroyed. The fire which started
around 2am could not be put out immediately as there were no access roads for
firefighters to move their equipment to the scene.
- A report has further revealed that students of Delta State University,
Oleh campus are currently apprehensive following the withdrawal of the
accreditation of the institution’s Faculty of Law by the Nigerian University
- A group, Buhari South-East Youth Movement, BSEYM, has threatened to shut
down the country if anything happens to President Buhari as predicted by Rev.
Father Ejike Mbaka. The group in a statement advised anyone or group with such
evil plan to bury it, as such was capable of destroying the country.
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