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Today's Headlines: Monarchs Endorse Tinubu For 2023 Polls, BBNaija-Maria Apologises To Angel's Dad

PHOTO CREDIT: Daily Post Nigeria

Lagos monarchs within the Badagry Division have endorsed the All Progressives Congress (APC) leader, Bola Tinubu for the 2023 presidency.

They described Tinubu, a former Lagos Governor, as the best candidate to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari.

The traditional rulers made the pronouncement at a town hall meeting organised by the South West Agenda (SWAGA’23) on Sunday.

PHOTO CREDIT: Daily Post Nigeria

Former Big Brother Naija, BBNaija housemate, Maria has apologized to Angel’s dad for making some comments about his daughter.

Recall that Maria while on the show had a conversation where she alongside Nini and Peace gossiped about Angel.

In the conversation, Maria said Michael sees Angel like a ‘prostitute‘.

PHOTO CREDIT: Punch Newspapers

THE National Coordinator of the All Progressives Grand Alliance Media Warriors Forum, Chinedu Obigwe, has denied speculations that the state Governor, Willie Obiano, has plans to handover 50 hectares of Anambra land to herdsmen for ranching.

Obigwe who spoke in Awka, on Sunday, described the story as childish blackmail which he enjoined people of the state to discountenance.

He said, “The report that Governor Obiano wants to handover 50 hectares of land to herders for ranching is childish blackmail and a lie from the pit of hell.

PHOTO CREDIT: The Guardian Nigeria

The 16 contestants jostling for the next vice chancellorship position of the University of Ibadan (UI) will today present their agenda to the university community via Zoom (virtual platform).

The forum, tagged: “The Voice of the Next UI VC, Who is Next?” offers a platform for members of staff, students and other members of the university community to meet with the aspirants, listen to them and ask them questions.

The event is organised by the Academic Staff of Union of Universities (ASUU), Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU), Students Union Government (SUG), Non-Academic Staff Union of Universities (NASU) and the Non-Academic Technicians (NATS).

PHOTO CREDIT: Vanguard Newspapers

The Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) has called off its month-long strike, set to resume on Wednesday.

Recall that in August, the doctor’s union embarked on strike following a disagreement with the federal government over the non-availability of medical equipment at public tertiary hospitals.


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