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Today's Headlines: ISWAP Allegedly Kills 12 Soldiers, Southern Govs Goofed On Rotation

ISWAP allegedly kills 12 soldiers, vigilantes in Borno ambush 

Islamic State of West Africa Province (ISWAP) have killed at least twelve Nigerian soldiers and local vigilantes in Borno.

The terrorists buried improvised explosive devices(IED) on the road a military convoy travelling to Maiduguri from Marte would pass.

The motorcade was escorting soldiers that were granted leave to pass from the Marte unit.

2023: Southern Govs goofed on rotation, North-Central must produce next President — Group 

A Pro-North Group, Congress for Better Nigeria (CBN) has berated the Southern governors over their insistence on power returning to the southern zone in 2023.

The group described the demands of the Southern governors as illogical as it does not conform to the principle of equity, fairness and justice upon which Nigeria is built.

The group who made the assertion on Saturday in Lokoja noted that the North should still retain the presidency, with the North Central best placed.

Iheanacho strike nominated for Goal of Round Three

KELECHI Iheanacho’s wonder strike against Millwall in Wednesday’s Carabao Cup game has been nominated for the competition’s Goal of Round Three.

This was revealed on the EFL website on Friday.

The Super Eagles striker scored his first goal of the season as the Foxes defeated Millwall 2-0 at the Den stadium.

Iheanacho, unleashed a fierce shot into the roof of the net to double the advantage two minutes from time.

The Nigerian forward faces competition from Brentford’s Yoanne Wissa, Phil Foden from Manchester City, Arsenal’s Eddie Nketiah, and Cheltenham Town’s Kyle Vassell for the award.

Obinna Akukwe: Fani-Kayode’s treachery, IPOB’s naivety and Pantami’s porridge 

The alluring of Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Isa Pantami’s porridge and the treachery of former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, has exposed the monumental naivety and tactlessness of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, and I have no apologies about my views.

In the wake of the avoidable arrest of the leader of IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, in Kenya, and the subsequent extraordinary rendition of legal jargon that has little place in international relations, IPOB High Command listed some alleged Igbo traitors and changed the list about five times.

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