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Today's Headlines: Housemates Khafi and Gedoni Welcome Baby Boy, Tinubu Supports Group Tackle Bello


Ex-Big Brother Naija housemates, Khafi Kareem and Gedoni Ekpata have announced the arrival of their first child, a baby boy.

Khafi on Sunday took to her Instagram page to announce the arrival of their newborn as she displayed the picture of herself and her baby.

PHOTO CREDIT: The Punch Newspapers

SUPPORTERS of the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu, under the aegis of Tinubu Support Group, have taken a swipe at the Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello, for asking Tinubu to drop his 2023 presidential ambition.

Irked by Bello’s suggestion, the TSG said Bello’s poor performance as governor was a betrayal of the Not-too-Young-to-Run campaign.

PHOTO CREDIT: The Guardian Nigeria

Northern Islamic scholar, Sheikh Ahmad Gumi, has criticised politicians who displayed opulence amid abject poverty in the country during the wedding of President Muhammadu Buhari’s son, Yusuf, in Kano State.

He said the leaders, just like bandits, milk Nigerians to live life of opulence, wondering where they got all the money they displayed at the wedding, if not from public purse.

PHOTO CREDIT: The Punch Newspapers

Super Eagles striker Victor Osimhen had a night to forget as he got a straight red card in Napoli’s 2-0 victory over newcomers Venezia in the 2021/22 Serie A opener on Sunday.

Osimhen was given his marching orders in the 23rd minute after he was adjudged to have punched Venezia defender Daan Heymans.

Heymans was marking Osimhen during a Napoli corner kick in Venezia’s box when the Nigerian shoved him away.

PHOTO CREDIT: Vanguard Newspapers

Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue state yesterday threatened to drag the Federal Government to court if the President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration insisted on implementing its grazing routes and reserves policy.

The governor who spoke at the Makurdi Airport on his return from Delta State, said the Land Use Act was explicit on land ownership and management in the country, stressing that any attempt to subvert his right as a Governor through creation of non-existent cattle routes and reserves would be challenged in court.

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