Experts Fault CBN Governor, NESG Says N60bn Printing Not Susutainable
Former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Dr. Obadiah Mailafia, and a professor of Polical Economy, Utomi Pat, have faulted Central Bank governor's, Godwin Emiefele, justification of printing more money to aid the Federal Government.
In an interview with Punch Newspapers on Sunday, Mailafia and Utomi said that there was no basis for comparing what Nigeria did to what other foreign countries are doing.
Gunmen Attack Police Divisional Headquarters In Abia, Release Inmates
On Monday, unknown gunmen attacked the Uzuakoli Divisional Police Station In Bende Local Government Area of Abia state on Monday, freeing suspects that were held in detention.
According to a report by Punch Newspapers, the incident happened around 2:00 a.m. on Monday. The gunmen attacked the police station with sophisticated weapons and freed several Inmates that were held by the police.
As at the time of filing this report, Abia state police spokesman has not been reached to speak about the incident.
Three Cross River Communities Get Transformers After 11 Years Blackout
Last weekend, three communities in Apkabuyo Local Government Area of Cross River State, Esuk Ekpo Eyo, Ikot Nakanda and Ifondo, were installed with Electric Transformers after 11 years of living in darkness.
After the vandalization of the communities' Transformers about6 11 years ago, Senator Gershom Bassey representing the southern senatorial district installed the three communities with Electric Transformers bringing an end to the 11 of blackout in the communities.
IPOB Denies Involvement In Anambra Zone 13 Attack
The Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) have denied involvement in the recent attacks of security personnels and agencies in any part of southeast region and Nigeria as a whole.
In a statement that was released by the IPOB's Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, the group denied involvement in the attack on Anambra Police Zone 13. According to Emma Powerful, the IPOB group is not aware of any attacks on security agencies and their formations across Eastern region and Nigeria in general.
Ekiti Cult Killings: Police Arests 35 More Suspects
On Monday, the police command of Ekiti State arrested thirty five more suspects that are connected to Sunday's bloody Cult Clash in Ikere Ekiti community of Ikere Local Government Area, Ekiti State.
According to the Police Public Relations Officer of the state, ASP Sunday Abutu, the new arrest that was made by the police command has brought to total number of arrest to 45.
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