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Today's Headlines: Buhari's Regime Begs US Government For Money, NSCDC Arrests 2 Drug Traffickers

Buhari Sends Another Message To US Government

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The regime of President Muhammadu Buhari has voiced out an appeal to the United States, United Kingdom and several other developed countries to pay the 100 billion Dollars they promised.

The countries had promised to support developing countries like Nigeria with $100 billion in order to attain the 'Nationally Determined Contributions' (NDC) target.

Mohammad Abubakar, the minister for environment under the Buhari administration, solicited for help from the UN to persuade developed countries to redeem the pledge they had made.

The environment minister made this plea at Abuja when the UN Deputy Secretary-General, Amina Mohammed visited on Tuesday.

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Buhari to host Team Nigeria

Photo Credit: Daily Post

The Federal Government of Nigeria under the leadership of President Muhammadu Buhari will on Monday play host to Team Nigeria at the Presidential Villa.

Team Nigeria, set to depart for Tokyo for the Tokyo Olympics will be treated to a send-forth ceremony held in their honour. This was confirmed by the minister of Youth and Sports, Sunday Dare on Tuesday in the state capital.

Katsina NSCDC Nabs 2 Suspected Cannabis Traffickers With 173 Parcels

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Two suspected drug pushers wee arrested in Katsina state with 173 parcels of Cannabis Sativa otherwise known as Indian Hemp.

DSC Mohammed Tukur, spokesman of the NSCDC in Katsina state disclosed this while the suspects were handed over to the NDLEA today.

As narrated by the NSCDC spokesperson, they received a tip-off about suspected drug pushing activities at around 7:30 p.m yesterday. This helped immensely with the successful apprehension of the suspects.

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