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Top News headlines for Monday night

1. Fire Breaks Out At Katsina Federal Inland Revenue Office.

Fire has broken out at the Federal Inland Revenue Service Office in Katsina State.

Although it is yet to be ascertained what caused the fire, the Director of Communications and Liaison Department of the FIRS, Abdulahi Ismaila says, efforts are underway to cushion the effects of the damage on the building.

2. Angry Kano Residents Protest Shop demolition

Some aggrieved owners of temporary shops built along Ibo by market roads in Kano, North West Nigeria have been protesting over what they termed as the illegal destruction of their shops by the state government without prior notice.

The shop owners blamed the state government for deliberately giving them short notice at a time the market is just opening for business after about three months of lockdown.

The demolition exercise which was carried out by the Kano Road Traffic Agency, KAROTA, left many shop owners crying for help as their means of livelihood were brought down.

3. Buratai: 99 percent of terrorists are Nigerians

The Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant-General Tukur Buratai has urged all Nigerians to support the military and other security agencies to end insurgency and other security challenges confronting some parts of the country.

Buratai made the call in Abuja, the nation’s capital on Monday in an interview with State House Correspondents, after briefing President Muhammadu Buhari on activities of the Army in the North-Western part of the country.

4. NDDC Acting MD, Prof. Pondei faints at House investigative hearing

Pondei gasped for air as liquid was shoved down his throat.

The acting Managing Director of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) Prof Kemebradikumo Pondei, convulsed and lost consciousness as a House of Representatives committee probes allegations of financial mismanagement and fraud at the commission.

Pondei's eyes popped out as he appeared to lose consciousness. Cans of Pepsi, water and Malt were shoved into his mouth to resuscitate him.

A man in a grey suit could be seen shoving his fingers into Pondei's mouth in an attempt to return him to consciousness.

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