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Today's Headlines: Buhari Should Resign If He Is Patriotic Enough –Adebanjo, Gunmen Attack Benue Monarch, Chief Atser

Buhari should resign if he is patriotic enough – Adebanjo 

Leader of the Pan-Yoruba Socio-Cultural Organisation, Afenifere, Pa Ayo Adebanjo has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to resign from office if he is patriotic enough.

Adebanjo said while Israel is using technology to combat war, Buhari is eulogising Nigerians to call on God to fight banditry, terrorism and kidnapping.

According to him, Buhari should be ashamed of himself for not taking the battle to bandits and others.

Gunmen attack Chief Atser:

Gunmen have attacked the palace of Kindred head of Jor Fada, Chief Terhile Atser, in Gboko.

They destroyed property worth millions during the attack at the weekend.

The palace of the Kindred head is located on No 36 Jooji Kyado street Gboko East in Gboko Local Government area of Benue state.

Confusion As 40 Cattle Die After Eating Poisonous Grass In Taraba:

Confusion has set in among pastoralists in Taraba state as 40 cattle died after allegedly eating a type of poisonous grass called ‘killer grass’.

According to Daily Trust, all the cattle belong to a pastoralist in Gamgam village in the Bali Local Government Area.

It was gathered that the incident occurred around 11am Sunday shortly after a boy simply identified as Ja’I led a herd of cattle into a grassland where the cattle ate the poisonous grass.

North Korea withdraw from 2022 World Cup in Qatar:

North Korea has withdrawn from next month’s qualifying tournament for the 2022 World Cup finals in Qatar.

This was confirmed by the Asian Football Confederation on Sunday.

North Korea had already pulled out of the Olympic Games in Tokyo this summer, because of concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic.

South Korea is due to host the remaining fixtures in Group H of the second round of Asia’s preliminary tournament in June.

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