Breaking News from Nigerian Evening Newspapers Tuesday 12th January 2021

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PIB: Demons frustrating passage of PIB will be defeated this year – Lawan

The President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, declared Tuesday in Abuja that the demons frustrating the passage and Presidential Assent to the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) within the last 14 years, will be defeated this year by the 9th National Assembly. Lawan, who made the declaration, while speaking to journalists on his 62 birthday celebration, …
PIB: Demons frustrating passage of PIB will be defeated this year – Lawan

Security operatives rescue minor in Kaduna

Security operatives, on Tuesday, conducted further air missions over locations in Birnin Gwari Local Government Area, even as they rescued a minor from bandits in Igabi Local Government Area. This was confirmed by the Kaduna State government on Tuesday. Confirming the rescue of the minor, the state Commissioner for Internal security and Home Affairs, Mr. …
Security operatives rescue minor in Kaduna



Troops kill 10 bandits, arrest informants in Katsina

The Defence Headquarters on Tuesday said Troops of Operation Sahel Sanity have eliminated 10 bandits. It also said the troops arrested their collaborators, informants and recovered a cache of arms in different encounters in Katsina State. The Acting Director, Defence Media Operations, Brig.-Gen. Benard Onyeuko, who confirmed this in a statement, said the troops had …
Troops kill 10 bandits, arrest informants in Katsina

Federal varsity Gusau: SSANU NASU demostrate over minimum wage, arrears, others in Zamfara

The Joint Action Committee of Senior staff Associations of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) and Non-Academic Staff Union of Universities (NASU), Federal University Gusau wing, Tuesday, embarked on a peaceful protest over non-implementation of IPPIS, minimum wage, and arrears by the federal government. Addressing newsmen after the protest in Gusau, the Chairman of the Joint Task Committee …
Federal varsity Gusau: SSANU NASU demostrate over minimum wage, arrears, others in Zamfara

God will reward your sacrifices – Ndume to wounded soldiers

Senator Ali Ndume, Chairman Senate Committee on Army, says God will reward Nigerian soldiers for their gallantry. Ndume (APC-Borno) spoke at the 7 Division Medical Services and Hospital in Maiduguri. The lawmaker said his visit followed allegations that wounded military personnel had been neglected. Ndume disclosed that he was informed those that required additional care …
God will reward your sacrifices – Ndume to wounded soldiers

Atiku sends message to new Ohanaeze Ndigbo’s President-General, George Obiozor

Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, has urged Prof. George Obiozor, the newly-elected President-General, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, to improve upon the cooperation between the group and other ethnic-social groups in the country. Atiku, in a statement signed by him on Tuesday in Abuja, felicitated with Obiozor, advising him to ensure that the unity of the country was …
Atiku sends message to new Ohanaeze Ndigbo’s President-General, George Obiozor

US crisis: Trump issues warnings over move to impeach him

President of the United States of America, Donald Trump, has warned that Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer’s move to impeach him again is causing tremendous anger and danger. The President, however, said that both lawmakers have continued on this “terrible” path, even though he does not want violence. The Nancy Pelosi-led US House of Representatives …
US crisis: Trump issues warnings over move to impeach him



COVID-19: Schools could still reopen January – FG

The Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 has said schools in the country will resume on January 18, until the Ministry of Education announces further directive. PTF National Coordinator, Dr Sani Aliyu, stated this while featuring on TVC on Tuesday. Just yesterday, the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, said the Federal Government would review the …
COVID-19: Schools could still reopen January – FG

Kidnapped farmer found dead after family paid N1.6m ransom in Ibadan

A farmer, Mr. Oluwole Agboola, who was last year abducted in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital has been found dead. A family source confirmed the development to newsmen on Tuesday. It was learnt that the death of the farmer is coming after the family had allegedly paid the sum of one million, six hundred and …
Kidnapped farmer found dead after family paid N1.6m ransom in Ibadan

Burial expenses of slain officers ready – Yobe Police

Yobe State Police Command has said the burial expenses of police officers who died while in service from 2013 to 2014 has been released for payment. The Command’s Public Relations Officer, ASP Dungus Abdulkarem made this known in a statement released on Tuesday. “The affected families are to report to the Mechanized Salary Section,(MSS), Damaturu …
Burial expenses of slain officers ready – Yobe Police

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