1: Peter Obi speaks again : Ex governor of anambra state has finally spoken on the corruption rate in the country.
According to transparency international Nigeria is ranked as the second corrupt country . Nigeria occupy the 149th position out of 180 countries in corruption reports.
According to federal government they said the record of the TI might not be accurately correct .
Speaking with Arise news Pete Obi said
" We don't need Transparency international to tell us that Nigeria is corrupt . We see it everyday we witness it everyday. Corruption in Nigeria is getting worst ..
2 : FG extends NIN registration : The federal government has extend the NIN registration by 8 weeks and the new deadline is on the 6th of April 2021 .
3: Open grazing in Southeast is banned : According to Nnamdi Kanu he said
" In less than two weeks the ESN will start the enforcement of Anti-grazing in the east .
The IPOB issued seven days ultimatum to the southeast governors to banned open grazing or else the ESN will do it their way .
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