According to the news published by Politics Nigeria, A group of men and women carrying placards with inscriptions against the indigenous people of Biafra. The anti-biafra protesters storm National Assembly.
Source: Politics Nigeria
A protest against the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB was held today at the National Assembly in Abuja and it was led by Chukwuka Ofoegbu alias Ijele.
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Ondo Amotekun arrests Three herders, 180 cows for flouting anti-open grazing law
The Ondo State Security Network Agency, also known as Amotekun, on Tuesday, arrested three herdsmen and 180 cows for flouting the state government’s anti-open grazing law.
Source: Nigerian Tribune
The State Commander of the Corps, Chief Adetunji Adeleye, who disclosed this in Akure, the state capital, said the herders and cows were arrested around Oke Ala Area of Akure.
Adeleye said: “We arrested about 180 cows. They are in our custody as we speak. We intend to release them to the owners after complying with the regulations as contained in the anti-open grazing law
FG assures Gombe of Intervention on 40MW power project
The Minister of Power, Abubakar Aliyu, on Monday assured that the 40MW Dadinkowa Power project in Gombe State would soon receive the Federal Government’s intervention.
Source: Punch Newspaper
Aluyi added that he will review relevant papers pertaining to the project and provide appropriate recommendation for its completion a statement issued on Monday revealed.
The minister stated this during a courtesy visit by the Governor of Gombe State, Inuwa Yahaya to his office.
Ministry puts e-commerce spending in Nigeria at $13bn per annum
The Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment say current e-commerce spending in Nigeria is estimated at about $13 billion per annum and projected to rise to $75 billion in revenues by 2025.
Source: Nigerian Tribune
Dr Evelyn Ngige, Permanent Secretary of the ministry, disclosed this on Tuesday in Abuja, at the second National e-commerce Roundtable organised by the ministry.
“E-commerce in Post COVID-19 Economy, Potential Change in Business Process Outlook and Shifting Domestic and Global Policies on Commodity Trade,” is the theme of the roundtable.
Lagos roads to remain motorable despite rains — LSPWC boss
Lagos residents have been assured of a motorable road network in spite of persistent heavy downpours being witnessed across the state in the past couple of weeks.
Source: Vanguard News
This assurance came from the General Manager of the Lagos State Public Works Corporation, Engr. Olufemi Daramola while speaking on the implications of the torrential rainfall in many parts of the state.
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