Nigeria National News Today 23 December 2018
iDONSABI concisely presents the recent happenings in the Federal Republic of Nigeria. We remain precise and informative.
Kwara: Court Resurrects APC, PDP Battles For Supremecy
Alhaji Balogun-Fulani had gone to court to challenge the dissolution of his faction by the National Chairman, Adams Oshiomhole.
In his ruling, Justice T.S Umar had said “the purported dissolution of the executive committee of the APC led by Balogun-Fulani was illegal, null and void”.
In a reaction, the party which faulted the ruling, has reported Justice T.S Umar to the National Judicial Council, for alleged misdemeanor.
Reduce Jumbo Pay For NASS, Labour Tells FG
Enough is enough; you can’t impose new taxes on Nigerians, PDP warns Buhari
The PPCO insists that Nigerians have suffered too much.
NLC To Go On Nationwide Protest
Kumuyi: We Would Not Hand The Church Over To Rascals
He said: “We are not going to hand the church over to rascals, over to rebellious people that want to scatter everything that is good that the Lord is doing. If you have a neighbour or if you have a friend who is a rascal who just want to prove that he is not here to hear the Word of God or to obey the Word of God. He wants to be rascally in the house of God, talk to them.
6000 Constables Pass Out From Police Colleges, Says IGP
Idris was represented at the ceremony in Minna by the Niger Commissioner of Police, Dibal Yakadi.
$2.8m laundered fund: Investigation ongoing, says EFCC
The money is believed to belong to a bank.
Buhari rallies West African leaders against terrorism, climate change
Buhari said this while speaking at the 54th Ecowas ordinary session.
Kebbi Government Persecutes The Sun Reporter Over Report
The police, on the instructions of the Kebbi State government, arrested Lawal over an online publication the day before about the abduction of a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the state.
CDS, service chiefs visit Operation Lafiya Dole theatre command
He was received by the Chief of Army Staff, Lt.-Gen. Tukur Buratai, who had been on ground, visiting troops in the frontline to boost their morale.
Shortly after arrival, the CDS held a three-hour closed-door meeting with the service chiefs, where he was briefed by the Theatre Commander, Maj.-Gen. Benson Akinrodoye.
Amosun Promises Buhari Ogun Votes
The governor, while addressing party faithful drawn from across the 236 wards of the state at the APC party secretariat in Abeokuta on Friday, urged scores of party them to ensure that they vote massively for Buhari in the Presidential election scheduled for February 16, 2019.