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Today's Headlines: Nnamdi Kanu Attacks Uwazuruike; Obaseki Lambast Finance Minister.

Nnamdi Kanu Attacks Uwazuruike.

The leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu has lashed out against the founder of Movement for the Actualisation of Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) Ralph Uwazuruike over his recent claims on the Eastern Security Network (ESN).

Kanu on Wednesday said Uwazuruike is under the influence of drugs and acts like a possessed person.

Obaseki Lambast Finance Minister.

Edo Governor Godwin Obaseki has faulted the Minister of Finance, Budget, and National Planning, Zainab Ahmed, for denying that the Federal Government printed N60 billion in March to support allocation to states.

The governor, who accused the Federal Government of “monetary rascality’, also tackled the finance minister for “playing the Ostrich”.

Obaseki said this in a series of tweets to react to the denial by Zainab that his claim on FG’s printing of N60bn was “untrue”.

Hold govt accountable with our audit reports — NEITI.

The Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative on Wednesday charged Nigerians to use data contained in various NEITI audit reports to hold the government accountable to its citizens.

NEITI’s Executive Secretary, Ogbonnaya Orji, gave the charge at the capacity building programme for the media on the Implementation of the Emerging Issues in the EITI/NEITI Process in Nigeria.

He also charged the media to fully come on board and take up their expected roles in the EITI implementation process by engaging with NEITI reports.

Riot: French embassy urges citizens to leave Pakistan.

The French embassy in Pakistan on Thursday advised all French nationals and companies to temporarily leave the country, after violent anti-France protests paralysed large parts of the country this week.

“Due to the serious threats to French interests in Pakistan, French nationals and French companies are advised to temporarily leave the country,” the embassy said in an email to French citizens.

“The departures will be carried out by existing commercial airlines.”

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Federal Government Godwin Obaseki Obaseki Lambast Uwazuruike Zainab Ahmed

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