TODAY'S HEADLINES: Igboho Sends Warning To FG, Archbishop Calls Out FG, Petrol May Hit N190/Ltr
By Legitkevin | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 7848 views
Igboho Sends Warning To FG, Petrol May Hit N190, Archbishop Calls Out FG.
Here are some of the top stories making the headlines today
Igboho Sends Warning To FG
Popular Yoruba rights activist, Sunday Igboho have reportedly sent a warning to the Federal Government over his frozen account. He said his account should be unfrozen to avoid nationwide protests.
Petrol May Hit N190
Following an increase in the global oil price, petrol marketers has earned that the price of petrol in Nigeria may hit N190 per litre unless the Federal Government subsidise it.
Archbishop Calls Out FG
The Catholic Archbishop of Lagos, Most Revd Dr Alfred Martins has called out the Federal Government to punish the Fulani herdsmen causing troubles in the country. He said the government needs to stop impunity and bring to book all those who are a threat to the peace of the Nation.
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