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Today's Headlines: Tinubu Deserves To Lead Nation-NANS,Tinubu Seeks Atiku, Obi, Others’ Support For Greater Nigeria

NANS : Tinubu deserves to lead the nation

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The leadership of the National Association of Nigerian Students Southwest (NANS Zone D) has said President-elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu deserved to lead the nation when there is hardship in the land.

In a statement by its Public Relations Officer, Opeoluwa Awoyinfa, Tinubu deserved to be president because of his exemplary leadership and achievements when he was Lagos State Governor.

Nigerians has found Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu worthy to be the next President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria based on his exemplary style of leadership, his antecedents as the former Governor of Lagos State.

Tinubu Seeks Atiku, Obi, Others’ Support For Greater Nigeria

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President-elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has implored his major opponents in last Saturday’s presidential poll, Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Peter Obi of Labour Party (LP) and other candidates, to bury political as well as other divides to work with him in building a greater Nigeria.

He specifically told them as well as the citizens that his heart and door were open to all, saying his victory in last Saturday’s presidential poll cannot simply be a victory for one man or even one party, but must become a victory for all Nigerians who are committed to a greater society.

Nigerians in Diaspora with NINs rise by 563%

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The number of Nigerians in Diaspora with National Identification Numbers has risen by 563.57 per cent from 55,181 as of February 2022 to 366,164 as of February 2023, according to the National Identity Management Commission.

This is as the total number of individuals with NIN rose by 28.05 per cent from 75.36 million as of February 2022 to 96.5 million as of February 2023.

According to NIMC, the total number of persons with NIN hit 96.5 million as of February 22, 2023, a 28.05 per cent increase from the 75.36 million that was recorded as of February 21, 2022.

NLC Issues 14-day Ultimatum To Niger Dock To Recall Sacked Workers

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The leadership of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has issued 14-day ultimatum to the management of Niger Dock to recall sacked workers or face the wrath of the union.

This is just as the union expressed displeasure over the conversion of most workers in Lafarge Cement, which, in the past, used to be a very vibrant workplace, into casualisation and contract staff.

Citing the unjustified sack of about 10 workers as reason for the 14-day ultimatum, NLC vowed to mobilise against the Nigerian maritime company, if the management fails to recall the retrenched staff within the 14 days.

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