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Today's Headlines: Wike’s relationship with Tinubu won’t last, cabals will fight him – Primate Ayodele ;FCT Police Rescue 22 Kidnap Victims In Three Days

Wike’s relationship with Tinubu won’t last, cabals will fight him – Primate Ayodele 

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The leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, has claimed that the relationship between Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state and the President-elect, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC would not last.

Primate Ayodele stated this in a statement by his Media Aide, Oluwatosin Osho.

His comment comes after Tinubu visited Rivers State to commission some state projects by the Wike-led administration.

According to the cleric, the cabals in the incoming government of the APC would fight Wike.

He said that the governor would be made to pay dearly for some of his actions in recent times.

FCT Police Rescue 22 Kidnap Victims In Three Days

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The anti-kidnapping outfit of the FCT Police Command has rescued at least 22 people who were abducted and taken across the borders of the Federal Capital Territory into neighbouring states.

The commissioner of police for the command, CP Haruna G. Garba, disclosed this during a press conference at the command’s headquarters on Friday.

He said a village chief who was part of those abducted on April 7 in Chida village, Kwali Area Council, Abuja, was also rescued during the operation conducted on May 3rd.

Fire Razes Alaba Shanties, Traders Turn Back Firemen

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There was panic on Friday after fire gutted some shanties in the popular Alaba International Market in the Ojo Local Government Area of Lagos State.

PUNCH Metro gathered that the fire started on Friday morning.

It was also learnt that some traders in the market resorted to self-help to put out the fire before the arrival of emergency responders.

Another Batch Of Sudan Evacuees Arrive Nigeria

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Another batch of Nigerians who fled crisis-ridden Sudan has returned to the country.

They returned two days after the first set of evacuees came back to the country via Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, on Wednesday.

A total of 130 evacuees returned to the country on Friday afternoon.

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