Biafra Civil War Immoral &Regrettable- Kaigama
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The Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, His Grace Most Revd Ignatius Kaigama, onSunday, regreted that the 1967-1970 Biafra civil dispute has actually continued to posture important issue to social cohesion within the country.
He mentioned the dispute marked an awful chapter in Nigeria’s historic past, explaining it as inappropriate, unethical, and a fight that should by no ways have actually been combated.
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Biden Falls From Bike
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United States President Joe Biden took a tumble as he was driving his bike near to his seaside home within the state of Delaware Saturday early morning, nevertheless was unhurt.
A video from a White House swimming pool report verified the 79-year-old president quickly getting up after his fall.
He was cycling with First Lady Jill Biden in a state park near to their seaside home in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware and had actually stopped to talk to observers when he fell.
Tinubu Speaks About Home
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The governmental prospect of the All Progressives Congress, Bola Tinubu, has actually shown up in Lagos following his success on the significant election of the APC.
The prospect, who landed in Lagos on Sunday, was invited by an ecstatic crowd from the airport.
On his Instagram story, Tinubu well-known that it felt excellent to be once again home, as he was seen waving at happy fans who hailed him.
INEC Results Correct- Yiaga Africa
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Yiaga Africa, a Civil Society Organisation (CSO), mentioned the Ekiti governorship election result presented by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) falls inside its Parallel Vote Tabulation (PVT).
Mr Ezenwa Nwagwu, Board Member, Yiaga Africa, made this determined within the group’s closing confirmation assertion on the Ekiti election on Sunday in Abuja.
Yahaya Bello Hails Oyegbanji
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Yahaya Bello, guv of Kogi, has actually praised Biodun Oyebanji on his election as guv of Ekiti state.
Oyebanji, previous secretary to the state authorities (SSG), was stated the winner of the Ekiti governorship election on Sunday after effective 15 out of the 16 LGAs within the state.
Oyebanji protected 187,057 votes, beating his 2 closest oppositions– Segun Oni of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) who surveyed 82,211 votes, and Bisi Kolawole of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) who got 67,457 votes.
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