Today's Headlines: EFCC Invites Peter Obi For Questioning; Two APC Chairmen Emerge In Enugu.

EFCC Invites Peter Obi For Questioning.

The former governor of Anambra State, Peter Obi, whose secret and illegal offshore activities Premium Times reported in the ongoing Pandora Papers series, has been summoned for questioning by the EFCC, Nigeria’s anti-corruption agency.

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The presidency has directed that Nigerians exposed in the reports be investigated, those with knowledge of the directive have told this paper

According to report, EFCC communicated the invitation to Mr Obi during the week and he has been asked to report at the agency’s Abuja headquarters on October 27 to face investigators.

Two APC Chairmen Emerge In Enugu.

The nationwide congress held by the All Progressives Congress, APC, across the States of the federation has produced two chairmen in Enugu State.

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According to report, a former commissioner in Enugu State, Chief Ugo Agballah was announced as winner in one of the locations in the State. He belongs to a faction of the party which has the backing of former Senate President, Ken Nnamani.

However, while he was jubilating, an election was taking place at the Enugu State Secretariat of the APC, where the pioneer Deputy Chairman of the Party in the State, Comrade Adolphus Ude emerged winner.

Enyimba Record Vital Away Win In Senegal.

Enyimba International Football Club of Aba on Saturday recorded a precious win away in the 2021/2022 CAF Confederation Cup’s second preliminary round first leg match.

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Cyril Olisema scored from the penalty kick spot three minutes from time to give Enyimba a precious away win over Senegal’s ASC Diambars in Thies.

They were awarded a penalty kick after 87 minutes, and Olisema kept his nerves to give The People’s Elephants the match-winner.

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