The Nation Newspaper Today Headline Saturday 31st October 2020

The Nation Newspaper Today Headline Saturday 31st October 2020

The Nation Newspaper Today Headline and news Dailies Update on current affairs happening now in Nigeria today 31/10/20

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Police deploy 7,194 officers for A’Ibom council election

By Bassey Anthony, Uyo The Commissioner of Police in Akwa Ibom, Amiengheme Andrew, has deployed 7,194 policemen for Saturday’s local government election in the state. This is in addition to other sister security agencies which will be posted to all polling units and wards across the 31 council areas of the state for the exercise. …

N’Delta group cautions ‘APC ex-agitators’ against blackmailing Buhari, PAP 

Our Reporter The Niger Delta Agitators for Good Governance has cautioned a group which called itself Coalition of APC Youth Leaders and  Beneficiaries of the Presidential Amnesty Programme against blackmailing the President and the leadership of the Amnesty Office for selfish motives. The National Coordinator of the Group, Chief Moses Bebenimibo, said in a statement …



Flood: NUJ berates Delta over attitude towards victims 

By Polycarp Orosevwotu, Ughelli The Nigeria Union of Journalists, NUJ, Ughelli Correspondents Chapel, on Friday frowned at what it described as the nonchalant attitude of the Delta State government towards the plight of flood victims across the state. The chapel, in a communique issued at the end of its monthly meeting, said millions of residents …

Full reopening of worship centres subject to COVID-19 protocols, says Ogun govt

By Ernest Nwokolo, Abeokuta The Ogun State Government on Friday clarified its position on the full re-opening of worship centres in the state, saying it is still subject to full observance of all COVID-19 protocols and guidelines. The government said while churches and mosques could have their regular services and programmes – both weekly and …

Court remands seven men for gangraping minor to death

Our Reporter An Ebute Meta Chief Magistrates’ Court in Lagos, on Friday, ordered seven men who allegedly gang-raped a minor to death, be remanded in Ikoyi Custodial Centre. The police charged Ajom Tabi, 37; Omobolanle Olowookere, 41; Aliu Bilyamin, 24; Emmanuel Okon, 24; Bolarinwa Olamilekan, 24; Badmus Abdulateef, 20; Azeez Quadri, 22; and Sunday Odunayo, …

Good governance group calls for EFCC’s probe over alleged selective justice

Our Reporter An advocacy group for good governance, Abians for Good Governance and Justice (AFGGAJ), has called on the Attorney General of the Federation, Mr. Abubakar Malami (SAN), to immediately probe the activities of the EFCC, most especially its handling of investigations involving high profile politicians. AFGGAJ says Nigerians are now beginning to lose faith …

Police Reform: Youths flay N150 daily feeding allowance for Police cadets

By Sanni Onogu, Abuja Nigerian Youths on Friday sent a “Save-Our-Soul” message to President Muhammadu Buhari to immediately come to the aid of new recruits in the Nigeria Police Academy who are currently placed on a daily feeding budget of N150.00. The young citizens under the umbrella of Nigerian Youths Peoples Assembly (NYPA) made the …



Will Oba Akiolu ever forgive youths?

By Olushola Victor  One of the negative outcomes of the violence caused by the EndSARS protest in Nigeria was the attack and looting of Oba Rilwan Akiolu of Lagos’ palace. Being a highly respected traditional ruler, this came as a surprise to many Nigerians. Apart from polluting the Oba’s private pool, the looters carted away …

#EndSARS: 73 deaths recorded nationwide

By Nicholas Kalu, Abuja/Precious Igbonwelundu/Oziegbe Okoeki/Nsa Gills, Calabar/Kolade Adeyemi, Jos 1,596 suspects arrested for looting, violence  Navy arrests 41 for looting, vandalism in Lagos Curfew now 10pm to 6am ‘I was listed among those to be attacked – Obong of Calabar The recent #ENDSARS protests claimed 73 lives nationwide including 22 police personnel, the police …

No palliatives stored in any NYSC camp, says DG

By Nicholas Kalu, Abuja Director General of the National Youth Service Corps, Brigadier General Shuaibu Ibrahim, says palliatives are not stored in any of their camps across the country. He said this when the Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, visited the NYSC camp in Kubwa, Abuja on Friday, to assess the extent of damage after …

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