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Today's Headlines: US To Impose Visa Ban On Nigerians Undermining Democracy, Obi, Atiku, Tinubu, Hail Hilda Baci For Showcasing True Nigerian Spirit

US To Impose Visa Ban On Nigerians Undermining Democracy

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The United States has taken steps to impose visa restrictions on specific individuals in Nigeria for undermining the democratic process during the just concluded 2023 general elections.

The US Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken, disclosed this on Monday.

In a statement, Blinken said the administration of President Joe Biden is committed to advancing democracy in Nigeria and around the world.

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Obi, Atiku, Tinubu, Hail Hilda Baci

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Encomiums have continued to pour in for Hilda Bassey, popularly known as Hilda Baci, who on Monday, broke the world record for the longest cooking time by an individual.

Lending their voices and adding their tributes to the collection of panegyric for this feat, the three top runners in the February presidential race, have all hailed Hilda Baci for what might now be termed the showcasing of the true Nigerian spirit. On his part, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Peter Obi, has lauded the world record feat attained by Hilda, saying that the young chef’s effort is a perfect example of the nation’s core essence.

120 Heads Of State Interested In Attending Tinubu’s Inauguration – Adamu Garba

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Adamu Garba, a former presidential aspirant on the platform of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), has said over 120 heads of state have expressed interest in attending the inauguration of Nigeria’s president-elect, Bola Tinubu, on May 29, 2023.

He stated this while speaking on Arise TV on Monday. He said that despite stiff opposition, the May 29th inauguration will go ahead.

Saraki Cautions Outgoing Govs To Avoid Undue Interference With Successors

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Former President of the Senate, Sen. Bukola Saraki, has advised outgoing governors to avoid unnecessary influence on their successors after leaving office on May 29.

The former governor of Kwara gave the advice at a farewell dinner for outgoing governors organised by the Nigeria Governors Forum (NGF) on Sunday in Abuja.

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