Good morning and welcome to a brand new day! Here are the hottest stories making the headlines of the dailies across the nation.
NAF Begins Investigation Into Tolulope's Death, Two Suspects Held
The Nigerian Air Force has begun carrying out investigation on the death of flying officer Tolulope Article.
Also, two suspects involved in the road accident leading to her death are said to be currently held, possibly for questioning.
She was said to have been hit mistakenly by an old school friend who was trying to reverse a vehicle.
The Burial of the country's first-ever female helicopter combat pilot is scheduled to take place on Thursday,y July 14.
PDP Worried Over Integrity of Magu Probe
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has shown concern on the integrity of the probe against suspended EFCC chairman Ibrahim Magu.
This worries have arisen after Magu's legal counsel Wahab Shittu boasted of his clients innocence and claimed that he'll be reinstated.
The Party are now concerned if the ongoing probe is just a show to the gallery, as the charges against Magu are clear and lucid.
Ekiti Postpones Opening of Religious Centers
The State Government of Ekiti has postponed the opening of churches and mosques to August 14.
This is due to the inability of most religious centers to meet the prescribed health conditions and guidelines for opening.
Some of the guidelines include; wearing of face masks, availability of running water, testing of congregants, and fumigation of worship centers.
Battle For Wembley
Arsenal will be taking on defending champions Manchester City in the first semifinal of the FA Cup tonight.
The encounter is a one-legged tie, and both teams will be looking to pick up the previous ticket for the final at Wembley.
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