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Today's Headlines: Salvador Defects From APC To LP, Buhari Mourns Slain Kaduna Catholic Priest

Salvador Defects From APC To LP

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Members of the Conscience Forum of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Lagos State have defected to the Labour Party.

Former chairman, APC Conscience Forum, Hon. Moshood Salvador at the official declaration ceremony also declared his intention to run for the governorship seat in Lagos State on the platform of the Labour Party.

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Buhari Mourns Slain Kaduna Catholic Priest 

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President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday condemned the killing of a Catholic priest, Rev. Fr. John Cheitnum of the Kafanchan Catholic Diocese.

The Catholic Priest was murdered four days after gunmen abducted him.

Ortom, Peter Obi Meet Behind Closed Doors

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Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue state and the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, LP, Mr. Peter Obi Wednesday met behind closed doors in the Governor’s private residence in Abuja.

The meeting came less than 24 hours after the Governor returned from his two weeks working leave and trip to the United Kingdom and United States of America.

Buhari Hails Shettima As Tinubu's Running Mate

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The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), on Wednesday, hailed the Vice Presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress, Kashim Shettima, following hi unveiling by the party’s presidential flagbearer, Bola Tinubu.

The statement is titled ‘President Buhari to Kashim Shettima: I will respond to you when I am handing over to you and your boss.’

Senate Passes Electricity Bill

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The Nigerian Senate on Wednesday passed the Electricity Bill, 2022.

It was passed following the Committee on Power’s examination of a report.

When signed into law, the bill would improve the utilisation of generated power through increased investments in new technologies to enhance the transmission and distribution of generated power to minimise aggregate value chain losses.

Court Fines Nigerian Customs N5 Million For Violating Lawyer's Right

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The Federal High Court in Abuja on Wednesday ordered the Nigerian Customs Service to pay N5 million to Chikaosolu Ojukwu as damages for violating his fundamental rights.

Mr Ojukwu, accused the customs service of unlawfully detaining him and seizure of his personal effects – four iPhone 13 Pro phones

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