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This are the following news headlines to know what is happening in Nigeria today.
The Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt. Gen.Yusuf Tukur Buratai, have stated that 99% of Terrorists are Nigerians.
The Business Executive Management and Public Officer, Ismaila Isa Funtua Confirmed Dead.(Comfirmed to Okay.ng).
The Ondo Coastal Road To connect Lagos of N19bn Begins, NDDC.
Gov. Akeredolu Declared Winner for The APC Primary Election, Ondo State.
The 12Billion Naira Bridge Collapse in Bayelsa State, Constructed By Apkabio (NDDC).
Apkabio Identified that 60% NDDC Contracts Are Awarded to National Assembly Members.
The Executive Director of project, Niger Delta Development Commission, Dr. Cairo Ojougboh, stated How NDDC gave N340m to Indigenes.
These are the top breaking news in Nigeria this Tuesday 21 July, 2020. Stay tuned and follow for more updates.
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