Today’s Headlines:APC Chieftain’s House Burnt, Governor Umahi Seeks FG’s Intervention In A Landslide


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APC Chieftain’s House Burnt.

The catastrophe rocking the All Progressives Congress in Benue State assumed one different dimension on Wednesday as some arsonists set ablaze the residence of a chieftain of the social gathering, Alhaji Abubakar Usman, aka Young Alhaji, in Otukpo, Benue State.

The residence, positioned at GRA, Otukpo, was acknowledged to have been set on fireplace spherical 3am.

The fireplace reportedly razed the doorway a part of the establishing which housed the protection submit and auxiliary buildings.

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Usman, a one-time senatorial candidate of the Benue South Senatorial District, had few days up to now displayed a mock coffin with a condolence register of the APC on the doorway of his residence.

Governor Umahi Seeks FG’s Intervention In A Landslide.

Ebonyi State Governor David Umahi yesterday known as for fast financial intervention from the federal authorities to cope with the landslide ravaging Ogwuma Eddah neighborhood in Afikpo South native authorities area of the state.

It will be recalled that one different landslide on the weekend occurred on the retaining wall of Ogwuma a part of the freeway from Iyere flyover in Afikpo South native authorities area of the state.

Governor Umahi made the enchantment yesterday shortly after assessing the extent of the landslide which blocked a little bit of the freeway leading to Ohafia in Abia State.

FG Justifies N1.15bn Vehicle Purchase For Niger Republic.

The Federal Government, yesterday, justified the approval of N1.15 billion for the acquisition of cars for Niger Republic.

This is even as a result of the Niger Republic President, Mohammed Bazoum, honoured six Nigerians as a result of the nation marked its 62nd independence anniversary in Niamey.


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There have been outrage over the Federal Government’s generosity to the neighbouring nation as some have questioned why such money should be given to Niger Republic when public universities in Nigeria remained closed for about 5 months over the shortcoming of the federal authorities to fulfill up with the requires of ASUU.

Insecurity Concerns More Pressing Than 2023 Polls – Olawepo-Hashim.

Former presidential candidate and a chieftain of the ruling All Progressive Congress, APC, Mr. Gbenga Olawepo-Hashim, has urged political leaders to not focus solely on 2023 elections permutations to the detriment of urgent nationwide security concerns, warning that “we must have a Nation first before election and our people must be alive and safe first to be able to vote.”

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Counselling that the current wave of insecurity blowing all through the nation is further pressing than the elections, Olawepo-Hashim, in an announcement by his media office, lamented that security breaches have escalated all through the nation and reached a frightening dimension.

IGP To Punish Erring Police Officers For Rights Violation.

Inspector-general of police, Usman Baba, has vowed to punish any earring police officer who’s found accountable of violating human rights.

 Speaking at a gathering with senior cops in Abuja yesterday, the IGP charged cops to make it possible for they preserve and uphold the construction of the nation and the oath of their locations of labor as one thing beneath this might not be tolerated.

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The IGP moreover known as on the cops to be vigilant and guard in direction of the chance from terrorists in newest events.

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