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Today's Headlines: Nobody Can Stop Tinubu's Inauguration — Ayodele, Russia will be defeated just like Nazi Germany—Zelensky

Nobody can stop tinubu's inauguration, Peter Obi will fail - Primate Ayodele

The Leader Of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele has declared that the inauguration ceremony of the president-elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu will hold on May 29 unless God wants otherwise.

Source: P.M News

In a statement signed by his media aide, Osho Oluwatosin, Primate Ayodele noted that nobody will be able to stop the inauguration even though the Muslim-Muslim combination doesn’t correlate with God’s plan for Nigeria and it will lead to hard times for the country.

He noted that the candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi didn’t win the presidential election and that going to court will not have any positive impact on his ambition. He urged him to restrain from going to court because he won’t win. Primate Ayodele revealed that he warned Peter Obi before the election and told him some things he needs to do if he wants to win the presidential election but he didn’t do any, which was responsible for his loss at the polls.

Russia will be defeated just like Nazi Germany—Zelensky

Despite renewed Russian airstrikes across several regions of Ukraine on Monday, President Volodymyr Zelensky showed emphatic confidence in victory in a speech marking the anniversary of Nazi Germany's 1945 defeat in World War II.

Source: A News

"And all the old evil that is bringing back modern Russia will be crushed just as Nazism was crushed," Zelensky said in a speech as his country battles a full-scale invasion by the Kremlin's forces. "We don't know the date of our victory yet, but we know that this will be a celebration for all of Ukraine, for all of Europe, for all of the free world," Zelensky said.

At least five people were injured overnight in KKyivafter Russian attacks, Mayor Vitali Klitschko said. Ukrainian authorities also reported shelling in the Black Sea city of OOdesaby by Russian missiles. Monday marked the 78th anniversary of Germany's surrender to the Allies, which ended World War II in Europe. The anniversary, sometimes known as Victory in Europe (or VE) Day, is commemorated in some European countries which fought against Nazi Germany.

NMA offers free medical treatment to 1,150 persons in Taraba

The Nigerian Medical Association has provided free medical treatment to no fewer than 1,150 persons in Taraba State.

Source: Punch Newspapers

The free medical treatment includes surgeries, dental, and ophthalmological services, mass deworming for children, screening for Systemic Hypertension, Diabetes Mellitus, Human Immune Virus, and viral hepatitis B& C with screening & treatment for cervical cancer. This was disclosed in a statement signed by the association’s President and Secretary General, Dr. Uche R. Ojinmah and Dr. Jide Onyekwelu, respectively on Monday and made available to our correspondent.

The free medical service was carried out during the 63rd Annual General Conference and Delegates’ Meeting of the association held in Jalingo, the state capital, between April 30 and May 7, 2023. There was also a scientific session for the presentation of research papers. The AGC/DM was preceded by several humanitarian, social, and advocacy-oriented activities including the 2nd Dr. Stella Adadevoh Free Medical Outreach to Mutum Biyu in the Gassol Local Government Area of the state.

Abia workers begin indefinite strike Tuesday over unpaid salaries

The Nigeria Labour Congress in Abia State has concluded plans to commence an indefinite strike tomorrow (Tuesday) over several months and years of pensions owed its members by the outgoing state government led by Okezie Ikpeazu.

Source: Punch Newspapers

The state chairman of the NLC, Pascal Nweke, disclosed this to newsmen Monday, saying, “By midnight tomorrow, Abia workers will begin an indefinite strike over non-payment of salaries and pensions.” Nweke explained that Abia NLC had met with the state government and an agreement was reached and signed by both parties but “after that, nothing was done.”

“They invited me and our Secretary and explained that they had problems with their banks. We gave them time to solve their bank problems and later, nothing happened. “Last week to our surprise, the state government embarked on discriminatory salary payment by paying the Local Government staff their March salaries, whereas, others are owed more than 36 months’ salaries,” he added.

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