1) "More Than 100 Herdsmen have been Killed In Ogun State"-Seriki.
Seriki Fulani of Igua in Yewa North Local Government Area of Ogun State, Adamu Ibrahim revealed that more than 100 Fulani herdsmen were killed in the area within the last five years.
Seriki further stated that some communities like Asa, Agbon Ojodu and others along Oja-Odan axis had killed many cows and herders during the period.While speaking in an exclusive interview with "DAILY POST", he said he had lost count of how many cows were killed within the last five years, stating that over 100 herders were killed for no just reason.
2) FG Replies Monguno.
President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration, on Friday, stated that no funds released for arms were mismanaged by former military chiefs.
Retired Maj. Gen. Babagana Monguno, the National Security Adviser, had raised the allegation of missing money.
Reacting, Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media, Garba Shehu, said funds cannot miss under Buhari.
He said about $1billion, taken from the Excess Crude Account (ECA) with the consent of Governors and used for military procurements, was judiciously spent
Also, the presidency boasted that the ruling party in Nigeria (All Progressives Congress) is not the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) stating that Buhari probed arms procurement after he assumed office in 2015.
3) "39 abducted Kaduna students are still missing"-Govt. Reveals.
Thirty-nine students of "Federal College of Forestry Mechanization, Afaka" in Kaduna are still missing after Friday’s gunmen attack.
Samuel Aruwan, Commissioner for Internal Security, gave the update in a statement.
The government earlier announced the rescue of 180 students and staff of the college by troops.
However, the 39 missing students comprise of 23 females and 16 males. Aruwan said state authorities are maintaining close communication with the management of the college.
4) Enugu frontline health workers gets vaccinated.
The government of Enugu State on Friday, commenced COVID-19 vaccination in the state, starting with frontline health workers at ESUT Teaching Hospital Isolation Centre, Parklane, Enugu.
Speaking during the exercise, the Executive Secretary, Enugu State Primary Healthcare Development Agency, Dr. George Ugwu, stated that the decision to start with frontline health workers was in line with the protocol of the National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA) to give priority to those health personnel working in the isolation centres.
Dr. Ugwu confirmed that the state government received 65,410 doses of Oxford AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines.
So, what do you think about these health workers that received the covid-19 vaccine in Enugu state?.
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