In today's headline, am going to share with you, Senate probe CCT chairman, Chadian Military picks Idriss Debys son as his replacement, 19 children and others rescue from human trafficking and fuel scarcity hits Abuja.
Senate probe CCT chairman
Recall that the chairman of CCT, Umar Danladi was caught on camera physically assaulting a security guard over parking space, which the chairman allegedly said that it was some members of IPOB members that first started throwing stone on him, due to public outcry the Senate decide to probe him.
Chadian Military picks Idriss Deby's son as his replacement
Just some hours ago, the news of Chadian President Idriss Debys dead was all over media house. The Chadian Military as already picked Idriss Deby's son as his replacement.
19 children and others rescue from human trafficking
The police rescued the victims suspected to have been trafficked from Ebonyi, Imo, Abia, Anambra, and Akwa Ibom state.
Fuel scarcity hits Abuja
Again, fuel scarcity hits Abuja. Fuel which is the most consumable product goes scarce in Abuja as most of the filling station operation has long ques of cars.
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