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Today Headlines: Fire Guts Lagos Airport; Ex-Benue Governor's Brother Assassinated

"Arrest Shelkh Gunmi Now"— Ohanaeze

The president of Ndigbo Youth Council (OYC), Ohanaeze, has demanded immediate arrest of Shelkh Gunmi, a cleric currently negotiating with bandits in the northern part of Nigeria.

He said this night glaring evidence that gomi was in deep romance with terrorists the security agencies add looked the other way white things worsened in the country.

He however opined that Buhari's Government should arrest Gumi now before things getting worse.

Breaking: Fire Guts At Lagos Airport

According to Sahara reporter, apart from the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, was gutted by fire.

They gathered that the incident occurred at the departure hall of the Kenyan highway on Wednesday.

The cause of the fire has yet to be ascertained as the present time as investigation is still ongoing.

Killing Sunday Igboho Will Rise Another Boko Haram In South-West— Prophet Iginla Warns Buhari GovtI

The General Overseer of the Champions Royal Assembly, Prophet Joshua Iginla, has warned the Federal Government against killing Yoruba activist Sunday Adeyemo popularly known as Sunday Igboho.

The pastor warned that killing Igboho will lead to the rise of another Boko Haram from the southwest.

The pastor however urged the Federal Government to exercise caution and wisdom over the issue of Igboho.

Ex-Benue Governor's Brother, Terkula Suswan, Assassinated

The benue state police command has confirmed the killing of Dr Terkula Suswan, an elder brother of senator Gabriel Suswan, who was killed by gunmen on Tuesday evening.

The confirmation is contained in a statement signed by the Commands Public Relation Officer, DCP Catherine, on Wednesday in Makurdi.

The Police State Command however said investigation will be ongoing to know the actual killer of the deceased.

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