Punch Newspaper Headlines Today Thursday 22nd September 2022

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PDP has lost control, Keyamo mocks party

The Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo, has mocked the Peoples Democratic Party over the crisis rocking the party. Keyamo said the party had lost control but came every day to say it wanted to rescue Nigeria. The spokesman for the All Progressives Congress Presidential Campaign Council took the swipe at the
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No development without peaceful coexistence – Shina Peller 

A member of the House of Representatives representing Iseyin/Itesiwaju/Kajola/Iwajowa Federal Constituency,  Shina Peller, has urged Nigerians to begin to promote peaceful coexistence among the various ethnic groups and religious adherents all over the country. The lawmaker, who is also the Ayedero of Yorubaland said this, Thursday, in a statement to commemorate the 2022 International Peace
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Chelsea announce exit of top director

Chelsea Football Club has announced that Steve Atkins, Director of Communications and Public Affairs, will be leaving the club to take up the role of Chief Communications Officer with McLaren Racing. Disclosing this in a statement on Thursday, Chelsea said Steve will continue to act as a senior advisor to the club and support the
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North Korea denies exporting weapons to Russia

North Korea has denied providing weapons and ammunition to Russia. The Defence Ministry in Pyongyang said this earlier in a statement issued on Wednesday that Washington and “hostile forces’’ had spread a rumour of arms dealings’’ aimed at tarnishing North Korea’s image. “We have never exported weapons or ammunition to Russia before and we will
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Nigerians kick as don allegedly assaults police orderly

Nigerians on Thursday faulted the deployment of police orderly for the protection of a university professor after the officer was allegedly assaulted by the don. The female officer, who was assigned to a female professor identified as one Dike Zainab, was said to have been admitted to a hospital after she was allegedly tortured on
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Eschew ethnic rancour, Peace Corps tasks Nasarawa residents

As Nigeria joins the rest of the world to commemorate the 2022 International Day of Peace, the Nasarawa State Command of the Peace Corps of Nigeria has tasked residents of the state to continue to live in peace and harmony irrespective of their tribal and religious backgrounds. The International Day of Peace which was initiated
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Court process time wasting, judgment jungle justice – ASUU

The Academic Staff Union of Universities has reacted to the ruling of the National Industrial Court of Nigeria, which, Wednesday, ordered the lecturers to resume academic activities. In a WhatsApp chat with The PUNCH, late Wednesday, the Chairman of the Obafemi Awolowo University branch of ASUU, Dr. Adeola Egbedokun, described as a waste of time
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Donations: Japan’s unification church promises reform after criticism

The Unification Church in Japan pledged Thursday to prevent followers from making “excessive” donations, after criticism of its practices following the assassination of former prime minister Shinzo Abe. Abe’s alleged assassin is believed to have resented the sect over massive donations his mother made to the church, leaving his family bankrupt. He reportedly targeted Abe
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Strong quake shakes Mexico, leaves one dead

A strong earthquake jolted Mexico on Thursday, leaving one person dead as people rushed out into the streets of the capital in the middle of the night, days after another powerful tremor. A woman died in Mexico City after falling down some stairs and hitting her head when the quake triggered early warning alarms, authorities
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Things to know about genocides around the world

The UN-backed court set up to try Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge leaders over the country’s genocidal 1970s regime issued its last verdict on Thursday when it upheld the genocide conviction of the regime’s last leader. Here is a summary of other genocides recognised by the international community and courts or individual states: – Namibia: first genocide
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