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Today's Headlines: Ohanaeze Announces Igbo Day Of Mourning; Saraki Urges NASS Panel.

Ohanaeze Announces Igbo Day Of Mourning.

Apex Igbo socio-cultural organization, Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide, says its earlier scheduled Igbo Day celebration has been canceled.

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The Chief Chidi Ibeh-led Ohanaeze disclosed this in a statement signed by Comrade Temple Chika, its National Publicity Secretary.

He said the event would now be replaced with IGBO DAY OF MOURNING, with the theme Ozoemena.

Saraki Urges NASS Panel.

Former Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki has advised members of the Joint Conference Committee of the National Assembly to move fast in considering the different versions of the Electoral Act amendment Bill passed by both chambers and let their decisions be guided only by national interest.

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Saraki in a statement by the head of his Media Office, Yusuph Olaniyonu, stated that the harmonization of the versions of the Electoral Act (amendment) Bill and its eventual passage should be concluded on time so as to enable the law to be assented before 2023 general elections takes off in full gear.

FG Imposes Travel Ban On 2,000 Nigerians, Foreigners.

The Presidential Steering Committee, PSC on COVID-19 has banned over 2,000 Nigerians and foreigners from travelling abroad and into the country for evading the Coronavirus Polymerase Chain Reaction, PCR test at the country’s international airports.

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The national incident manager of the PSC, Mukhtar Muhammad, disclosed this at a briefing on Monday in Abuja. According to him, the ban is for one year.

Crude Oil Price To Hit $90 Per Barrel In 3 Months - Experts.

As the prices of crude continue to leap, due mainly to shortages in the United States and recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, experts have predicted further rise to $90 per barrel, from $78 in the global market.

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An energy analyst with Goldman Sach Group, Damien Courvalin, said the current global supply-demand deficit is larger than expected.

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