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Today's Headlines: "Politicians Are Not The Biggest Problem In Nigeria"- Omole, UNIJOS Shuts Hostels

(1) Charles Omole Speaks

Charles Omole who is legal practitioner and security consultant, said the biggest problem facing Nigeria are not Politicians, rather it is the civil Servant that are the problem of this country.

According to Charles Omole Civil Servants are the one teaching politicians how to steal money in this country.

(2) Nigerian Man Jailed In South Africa For Turning Underage Girl Into Sex Slave

A Forty-year-old Nigerian man Identified as Augustine Omini Oboni has been found guilty of human trafficking, two counts of rape, statuary rape, sexual exploitation, kidnapping and keeping a brothel, National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) spokesperson for the Gauteng north region Lumka Mahanjana said in a statement.

According to reports, gathered that Oboni was caught in 2016 and denied bail. According to police, the 12-year-old child was strolling to a nearby park to meet friends when she was confronted an unknown woman who convinced her to go to Oboni’s flat in Sunnyside.

(3) Governor Bello Metawalle Advises Workers

The Governor of Zamfara State, Governor Bello Metawalle has advised workers in the State, to get their own businesses before their retirement, which according to him they can fall back to after retirement.

The governor made this call on Friday when he hosted executive members of the 36 labour unions under the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) to the breaking of Ramadan fast at his Gusau residence.

He said, “l can assure you that if you start your own business, you will gain experience and be well established before you retire.

University of Jos Shuts Down Hostels Over Security threats

Due to the current security challenges facing the country, the Management of the University of Jos has directed the closure of all its students’ hostels over security threats to the school.

Abdullahi Abdullahi, Deputy Registrar, Information and Publications of the university disclosed this in a statement sent to newsmen early on Saturday in Jos, adding that the hostels would remain closed until further notice.

According to Mr Abdullahi, the decision followed an emergency meeting between management of the university and other stakeholders, including heads of security agencies in the state, the chief security officer of the institution, students representatives and others, held on Friday, April 30.

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