Today’s Headlines: APC Chieftain Resigns From The Party, HURIWA Ask Lai Mohammed To Travel By Road – TrendyNewsReporters

Today’s Headlines: APC Chieftain Resigns From The Party, HURIWA Ask Lai Mohammed To Travel By Road


APC Chieftain Resigns From The Party.

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Adeyeri Stephen Kunle, a House of Representatives aspirant on the platform of the All Progressives Congress, APC, for Akoko South West/South East federal constituency, Ondo State, on Tuesday announced his resignation from the ruling party. Kunle made the announcement in a letter of resignation, insisting his decision was carefully considered.

At the time of this report, he was yet to announce his new party.

HURIWA Ask Lai Mohammed To Travel By Road.

Human Rights Writers Association of HURIWA, has described as irresponsible, irrational and vacuous, a statement credited to the Minister of information and culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed that Nigeria’s insecurity is no longer severe.

Once more, we in the human rights community representing the voiceless and oppressed citizens of Nigeria and inviting the cabinet-level minister of information to travel by road with no security cover from Abuja to Zamfara, Katsina, Borno and then back to Abuja through the Lokoja/Kwali Abuja Federal Highway,” HURIWA challenged the minister in a statement signed by Emmanuel Onwubiko, its National Coordinator.

EFCC arraigns Ogun Speaker, others for alleged N2.5bn fraud

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Tuesday arraigned the Speaker of Ogun State House of Assembly, Olakunle Oluomo, for allegedly diverting N2.5 billion belonging to the Assembly. Others arraigned alongside the Speaker were the Clerk of the House, Taiwo Adeyemo, and Oladayo Samuel, the Director of Finance.

They were arraigned before Justice Daniel Osiagor of the Federal High Court Lagos.

ASUU Strike: We’ve done our best, says FG

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The Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu has said that the Federal Government has done all it can to end the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).

He said this to reporters at an ongoing meeting with Pro-Chancellors and Vice-Chancellors of Federal Universities at the National Universities Commission (NUC) Abuja.

Odinga faults Supreme Court ruling in Ruto’s favour, says ‘doesn’t end our movement

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Former Prime Minister of Kenya, Raila Odinga who came second in Kenya’s presidential election has reacted to the Supreme Court verdict that upholds Deputy President William Ruto as the President-elect.

The seven-man panel of the apex court led by Justice Martha Koome ruled on Monday that the presidential election results that announced Ruto as winner remains.

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