Breaking News this Afternoon in Nigeria Tuesday 6th December 2022

Breaking News this Afternoon in Nigeria Tuesday 6th December 2022

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Owner missing as Police recover SUV in Lagos

    Operatives of the Rapid Response Squad unit of the Lagos State Police Command have recovered an SUV, 4matic GL 450 with the registration number KUJ 384 LY under the Otedola bridge. This was contained in a terse statement posted on its official Facebook page on Tuesday. The police unit disclosed that the car’s engine was …

Germany Team Director, Bierhoff, leaves role after World Cup debacle

  Germany team director Oliver Bierhoff has become the first casualty of their first-round World Cup exit in Qatar after agreeing to leave his post two years before his contract ends, the DFB said on Tuesday. Former Germany international Bierhoff, who had been in his post as team director for the last 18 years, was …

Buhari Re-Appoints Ahmad, Adamu As CBN Deputy Govs

    President Muhammadu Buhari has re-appointed Mrs Aishah Ahmad and Mr Edward Lametek Adamu as Deputy Governors of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). Ahmad and Adamu were first appointed as CBN Deputy Governors in charge of the Financial System Stability and Corporate Services Directorate respectively in March 2018. Buhari, in a letter, addressed …

Africans in diaspora remittances hit $95.6bn in 2021 – Adesina  

Abdulwahab Isa, Abuja Financial remittances by Africans in the diaspora hit $95.6 billion in  2021, higher than the $87 billion remitted in 2019. President, African Development Bank Group, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, who confirmed the figures described, diaspora Africans as critical to the continent’s economic development through remittances. An AfDB press statement on Tuesday quoted Adesina as stating …

Four Nigerians nabbed in UK, Sweden over alleged cybercrimes in US

    Four Nigerians have arrested in the United Kingdom and Sweden for allegedly committing cyber fraud and theft of public money in the United States. This development was made known in a press release issued by the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) on Monday. According to the DOJ, the defendants: Akinola Taylor, Olayemi …

SAPIEM Scandal: NBA, BOB draw battle lines as Bar President, Mikyau, boycots ceremony over Olanipekun  

SAPIEM Scandal: NBA, BOB draw battle lines as Bar President, Mikyau, boycots ceremony over Olanipekun Tunde Oyesina, Abuja The face off between the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) and the Chairman of the Body of Benchers (BOB), Chief Wole Olanipekun Tuesday got messier as the President of the Bar,  Yakubu Maikyau (SAN) refused to attend the Call …

Stay-at-Home: 2 shot dead as gunmen attack Police checkpoint in Ebonyi

  Two persons were gunned down Monday night when unknown gunmen attacked a police checkpoint near Presco Junction, Abakaliki, the Ebonyi State capital. The Ebony Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), SP Chris Anyanwu, who confirmed the attack, said one mobile policeman and one of the gunmen were killed. A shootout between the invading gunmen who …

Ronaldo eyes World Cup quarters as Morocco dare to dream

  Cristiano Ronaldo will aim to fire Portugal past Switzerland and into the World Cup quarterfinals on Tuesday as Morocco bid to derail Spain’s bid for a second global crown. Just two last-eight slots remain to be filled in Qatar after five-time winners Brazil swatted aside South Korea 4-1 and 2018 finalists Croatia squeezed past …

Emergency power shutdowns in Ukraine after attacks

  Ukraine is switching to emergency shutdowns to stabilise its power grid after Monday’s Russian missile attacks, President Volodymyr Zelensky has said. He said many regions were affected, and the local authorities warned that about half of the Kyiv region would remain without electricity in the coming days, reports the BBC. Overnight, more missiles hit …

Meta threatens to remove US news content

  Meta has threatened to remove news content from Facebook in the US. It objects to a new law that would give news organisations greater power to negotiate fees for content shared on Facebook, reports the BBC. A similar law, passed in Australia, led to news on Facebook being briefly suspended last year. Meta claims …

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