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Today's Headlines: It’s An Insult To Zone Deputy Speaker To South East, Tinubu Lauds Chef Hilda Baci

It’s an insult to zone Deputy speaker to S/East

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THE Coalition of South East Youth Leaders, COSEYL, has described as a charade the decision of the leadership of All Progressives Congress, APC, to zone the position of deputy speaker in the 10th national assembly to the South East, saying it is an insult to the Igbo.

President of the group, Comrade Goodluck Ibem and publicity secretary, Comrade Okey Nwaoru said the people of the South East would not accept the zoning arrangement by the ruling party.

Their statement read: “This charade by the APC is an insult to the political sensibility of Ndigbo and we reject it in its entirety, no matter those behind it.

The circumstances surrounding the emergence of Benjamin Kalu, who the party has micro zoned the office of deputy speaker to, following the February 25 presidential and national assembly elections, are still mired in a lot of controversy.

Tinubu Lauds Chef Hilda Baci On New Marathon Cooking Record

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The President-elect, Bola Tinubu, has congratulated chef Hilda Baci's new Guinness World Record feat.

Tinubu revealed this in a post he shared on his Twitter page on Monday.

Tinubu hailed her for showing the spirit to make Nigeria proud

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Murphy Afolabi to be buried at Ikorodu residence Monday evening.

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The remains of the late Nollywood actor and producer, Murphy Afolabi will today be buried by 4 pm at his residence in the Ikorodu area of Lagos State.

Murphy Afolabi died on Sunday after he sustained injuries from a bathroom fall in his home.

Confirming the burial arrangement during an interview with journalists, the family head of Fetuata, Afolabi’s family compound in Osogbo, Yusuf Lateef, said the actor’s remains would be laid to rest later today.“

We were initially planning to bury him here in Osogbo but his children insisted he should be buried in Lagos, where he resides with his family. We will be sending representatives to Lagos today.”

Meanwhile the president of the Theater Arts and Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria, TAMPAN, Murufudeen Lawal, who was at the Afolabi family compound in Osun on a condolence visit, said the actor’s death was a big loss to the Yoruba film industry.

Emir Of Fika Pledges Support Of Traditional Institutions In Ending GBV

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The Emir of Fika and Chairman Yobe State Council of Traditional Rulers Dr Muhammadu Ibn Abali Muhammadu Idrissa has pledged to continue supporting the UN Women and other partners towards ending Gender Based Violence (GBV) among the people.

The Royal Father pledged today in Abuja at the post elections conference titled ‘where do we stand regarding the Electoral Gender Based Violence’.

He used the forum to congratulate the UN Women, Spotlight Initiative, Federal Government of Nigeria and Canada for bringing the issue of Gender Based Violence GBV on board.

According to him “the UN Women has carried us along in all their activities in promoting this very important issue of GBV. Last Wednesday, we were in Lagos also for a conference on GBV, the facilitator was there also, the UN Women were there.

“On behalf of Council of Traditional Leaders of Africa COTLA and the National Council of Traditional Rulers of Nigeria NCTRN, I welcome you very much. On the dangers of GBV alot has been to address it, we hope that with this conference, we will get solutions to improve the course of Women in Nigeria.

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