Today, Apata Bayode brings to you the top ten news stories in Nigeria today. 28/11/2015. Sorry its too late before i could update this.
=> The Nigerian Police Force, NPF Reveals How To Report Any Nigerian Policeman Asking For Bail Money – NPF
The NPF has also released contact details of the Compliant Response Unit, CRU where Nigerians can drop their complains if they’re ever asked to pay bail. You can also drop other complaints using the contact details.
=> Court of Appeal sacks Sen. David Mark Orders For Fresh Election – Vanguard
A Court of Appeal sitting in Makurdi, the capital of Benue State has nullified the election of former senate president, David Mark. The Makurdi division of the Court of Appeal on Saturday, ordered a re-run of the poll within 90 days. READ FULL NEWS
=> Why President Buhari Is Always Traveling Abroad – Garba Shehu – PMnewsNigeria
President Buhari’s aid Garba was asked questions on the president many travels and he tried to draw out a few points why it is important for the president to have those visits. In his words; “President Buhari has so far visited Germany, South Africa, USA, Niger, Tchad, Cameroon, Benin, Ghana, South Africa, India, Iran and Malta, where we are presently for the Commonwealth Summit. Mostly, these were due to either the United Nations, EU, African Union or energy and security-related summits. They were mostly undertaken to attend specific meetings, not State Visits. Looking at these assignments, the trips are inescapable for the President. What would Nigerians say of their leader when see the array of world leaders assemble, as they would shortly be doing discussing climate change in Paris on Monday and their own President is missing from the table? Those of us who were around under Abacha read all the taunts about him being a sit-at-home leader. Abacha was despised for not representing his country abroad. READ FULL NEWS
=> KOGI ELECTION: Yahaya Bello’s Posters As APC Governorship Candidate 2015 Already Out
=> Buhari Yet To Give Finance Ministry Details Of Recovered Loot — Finance Minister Adeosun – The Nation
Addressing journalists in Abuja at the end of the monthly Federation Account Allocation Committee (FAAC) meeting in Abuja on Friday, the Minister of Finance, Mrs Kemi Adeosun, when asked how much had been recovered from those who looted the treasury, said President Buhari was yet to provide the ministry with details of how much had been recovered but the recovery process was ongoing. READ FULL NEWS
Boko Haram Planning To Attack Abuja – DSS – Vanguard
The Department of State Services, DSS, has alerted Abuja residents over plots by Boko Haram to attack churches, mosques and markets, using girls to bomb those places.
=> Buhari shocks ministers with austere package – The Nation
Barely three weeks in office, President Muhammadu Buhari has shocked Ministers with poor salaries and austere allowances. He has also imposed dos and don’ts on the ministers including travel restrictions. Most Ministers were said to be embarrassed by the perks of office accruable to them in office. The only leverage the Ministers will enjoy is the privilege of flying in a Business Class on trips. READ FULL NEWS
=> Jonathan didn’t spend N64 Billion on Independence celebrations – FG – NigerianEye
The Federal Government has clarified the amount spent for independence anniversary celebrations between 2010 and 2015. Information obtained from the Office of the Secretary General of the Federation (OSGF) in a letter dated October 12, 2015 and made available to BudgIT Nigeria, an organisation committed to exposing transparency and accountability in public finance, apparently showed that the Jonathan administration spent N333, 600, 000 for four years to hold independence day celebrations. READ FULL NEWS
=> REVEALED: How suicide bomber disguised as Shi’ite Muslim and killed 21 in Kano Muslims’ procession- Nigerianeye
Sheik Turi told reporters that the incident occured by 2.00pm shortly after a suicide bomber was caught by its vigillante group in the procession who confirmed that another bomber was in the midst of the procession. Turi explained that the loose suicide bomber detonated his bomb at the point of been captured alive by the search team. READ FULL NEWS
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