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Today's Headlines:Why All Housemates Should Be Evicted-MC Galaxy, 4 Igboho's Aides Detained In Abuja

Singer, MC Galaxy, has revealed why all housemates in the Big Brother house should be evicted from the Big Brother Naija Season 6 show on Sunday.

The singer, in a post via his Instagram account on Monday, called on organizers of the reality show to put all housemates up for eviction this week.

MC Galaxy complained that lively housemates shouldn’t be made to leave while others ”sleep their way to the top.”

According to him, since the show started, some housemates have not been nominated while some are busy sleeping away their careers and opportunities.

PHOTO CREDIT: Daily Post/goggle

The Umbrella body of Yoruba Self-Determination Groups, Ilana Omo Oodua, has expressed displeasure over the detention of four associates of Yoruba Nation agitator, Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as Sunday Igboho, in Abuja.

The group made the complaint while reacting to the release of eight associates of Sunday Igboho on Monday.

The statement was issued by Communications Secretary, Ilana Omo Oodua Worldwide, Maxwell Adeleye, and titled, ’60 Days After Illegal Detention, Incarceration, DSS Releases eight Igboho’s Associates’.

Adeleye described the reasons given for the detention of the remaining Igboho’s aides as a “fallacy”.

He also accused the security operatives of planning to cover up their “crime against humanity” by detaining the “innocent” Nigerians.


The Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) has dismissed a viral video purporting that gunmen attacked its operatives at Umueri, Anambra East Local Government Area on Monday.

The video alleged the targeting of NSCDC personnel and the burning of their operational vehicle.

In a statement issued on Monday by the NSCDC Anambra Command, the organisation said there was no truth in the viral video.


Women in Management, Business, and Public Service (WIMBIZ) has decried the proportion of female representation and participation in public service and politics (elective and appointive positions) in the country.

In a communiqué released at the weekend by Executive Director of WIMBIZ, Hansatu Adegbite, it described as undeniably disheartening the national average of women’s political participation, which remains a mere 6.7 per cent both in elective and appointive positions, far below the Global Average of 22.5 per cent, Africa Regional Average of 23.4 per cent and West African Sub Regional Average of 15 per cent.


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