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Today's Headlines: Kano To Redeploy 5,000 Civil Servants To Classrooms, Jonathan Breaks His Silence Over T.B. Joshua's Death.

Kano to Redeploy 5,000 Civil Servants To Classrooms

The Kano State Executive Council has directed the state’s head of service to redeploy about 5, 000 civil servants with requisite qualification in education to the classrooms.

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The commissioner for Information, Muhammad Garba, announced this at a press briefing in his office on Sunday.

He said the directive followed the recommendation of a technical committee set up to look into the teaching staff challenges bedeviling the government’s free education policy,

“While adopting the report of the committee established by the Office of the Secretary to the State Government to identify such categories of civil servants with NCE, B ED or diploma in Education, the council, at its weekly meeting on Wednesday, also accepted the immediate establishment of an implementation committee.

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Jonathan Speaks About TB Joshua

Former President Jonathan has joined millions of Nigerians who have expressed grief over the untimely death of Prophet TB Joshua.

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The ex-president in a condolence message said the deceased was a committed cleric who served humanity with passion

Jonathan sympathised with the late cleric's family and church, praying to God to grant them the strength to bear the loss

FCT, Abuja - Nigeria's former president, Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, has expressed sadness over the death of Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua, the founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN).

''We won't oppose Christian Presidential Candidate" - Islamic Group

The Muslim Rights Concern, MURIC, on Monday assured that it would not oppose a Christian president in Nigeria.

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MURIC, an Islamic human rights organisation, made the remark while clarifying its call for the Southwest to produce a Muslim presidential candidate in 2023.

The Islamic group had said 2023 was the right time for the Southwest to produce a Muslim presidential candidate.

The group said its demand is hinged on the condition that political parties zone the presidency to the South West.

A statement signed by the body’s Director, Professor Ishaq Akintola and forwarded to DAILY POST, said it would not oppose a Christian presidential candidate if the position is zoned to any other zone.

Anti-Corruption Group Demands Details of N9.4bn Digita Expenditure

The Minister of Information, Alhaji Lai Mohammed has been asked to release details of expenditure on payment to key Digital Switch Over, (DSO) stakeholders.

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In a letter addressed to the minister last week, Nigeria’s foremost anti-corruption coalition, Civil Society Network Against Corruption, (CSNAC), asked the minister to make available to the public how the N9.4billion funds released to the stakeholders was spent.

The letter with the caption “Request for information on the N9.4b approved by the Federal Executive Council (FEC) Pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act (FOI ACT 2011)” was sent to the Minister last Monday

Another Popular Pastor Is Dead

 Worshippers of the Redemption Ministries Worldwide are mourning the death of their general superintendent, Reverend Stephen Akinola.

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The death of Reverend Akinola has come as a surprise to the Christian community in Nigeria which was still dealing with the death of Prophet TB Joshua

The Redemption Ministries Worldwide had its headquarters in Port Harcourt, the Rivers state capital

Port Harcourt, Rivers state - Reverend Stephen Akinola, the general superintendent of the Redemption Ministries Worldwide has died.

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