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Today's Headlines: Rev. Mbaka Warns Buhari; Obiano Seeks NCAA Approval To Open Anambra Airport

Your fighter jets will be used to collapse Nigeria – Mbaka warns Buhari

The Spiritual Director, Adoration Ministry Enugu, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, has warned President Muhammadu Buhari that the fighter jets he is purchasing will be used to destroy the country.

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The cleric stated this during a sermon at his church on Sunday.

According to Mbaka, Buhari should rather focus on building more industries

“The jets you are buying are going to be used to collapse Nigeria.

“Please, the first person to meet President Buhari after this message, should tell him that all these jets he is buying will be used to destroy Nigeria.

“God told me to tell him that,” he said.

“Let him stop buying more jets and begin to build more industries.”

Obiano seeks NCAA approval to open Anambra Airport

Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra says he is seeking approval of the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) to open the state’s cargo and passengers Airport for operations on Oct. 21.

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Obiano disclosed this at a news conference after a tour of the airport and the International Conference Centre in Umueri and Awka respectively on Sunday.

FRSC alerts travellers on Kabba-Omuo Ekiti federal highway

The Federal Road Safety Corps has alerted motorists travelling to and from the South-West through Kabba-Omuo Ekiti Federal highway of a failed section of the road at Iyamoye, Kogi State.

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The Corps Public Education Officer, Bisi Kazeem, said this in a statement on Sunday in Abuja.

Kazeem said that the development had inhibited free flow of traffic at the affected portion of the road.

“In view of the foregoing, motorists, travellers, and the general public are hereby advised to use alternative route from Ekiti which is Ikare/Ayerel/Kabba/Lokoja.

Nigeria’s problems caused by social media, fake news: Ribadu

Achieftain of the ruling All Progressives Congress, Nuhu Ribadu, has blamed most of the country’s challenges on fake news peddled by social media.

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“Social media is today, partly responsible for what is going on in our country by trying to promote things that are not true and creating division based on religion and ethnicity among others things,” said Mr Ribadu at a news conference on Sunday in Abuja.

Mr Ribadu called the conference to debunk reports on social media that he accused some top government functionaries of sponsoring banditry in the country. He noted that he has been inundated with enquiries from friends and associates seeking his confirmation on the allegations.

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