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News Headlines: Nigeria Can Never Be A Failed State - Lawan, Gunmen Shot Traditional Ruler In Ekiti

The 9th Senate President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Senator Ahmad Lawan, has on Saturday declared that Nigeria can never turn to a failed state despite the utterances and predictions of "dooms-day prophets".

Sen. Lawan, made this statement while flagging off 2021 empowerment project to 2,000 beneficiaries of Katsina Central sponsored by Senator Kabir Barkiya who is representing the district.



He said the current administration of President Muhammadu Buhari needs the support and prayers of Nigerians irrespective of their political affiliation or religious background.

"Those dooms-day prophets who were prophecing that Nigeria can never progress because of the present security situation across the country are missing the point because it can never be a fail state by the God grace.

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Suspected Gunmen Attack Traditional Ruler In Ekiti State:

Suspected armed gunmen on Friday shot the the traditional ruler of Ewu Ekiti in Ilejemeje Local Government Area of Ekiti State Oba Adetutu Ajayi. News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reported.

According to the NAN, Ajayi was shot on Friday night on his way to a neighbouring community, Ayetoro Ekiti in Ido/Osi Council Area of the state.

But Ajayi has luckily escaped with bullet on one of his legs, arms and stomach.

He is currently receiving emergency treatment in an unknown hospital according to the Vanguard News.

Ekiti State Police Command through its Public Relations Officer (PPRO) ASP Sunday Abutu, confirmed the incident to pressmen.

Recall Nigeria’s military and police forces, with the backing of local self-defense groups, are still making more efforts to combat the increasing insecurity in the country.

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