Today's Headlines: Another Top Politician Dies, CBN Dragged To Court
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Another Top Politician Dies, CBN Dragged To Court, PMB Urges Senate To Confirm His Nominations
Here are some of the top stories making our headlines today.Another Top Politician Dies
The Senate aspirant during the Cross River North bye election, Dr Mary Iji has been confirmed dead. Reports claim she died at the general hospital Ogoja after she was rushed to the hospital over complains of headache and body weakness. She contested under the People's Democratic Party during the bye elections.
CBN Dragged To Court
The Central Bank Of Nigeria (CBN) and the Security and Exchange Committee (SEC) has been dragged to court by the Digital rights lawyers over the ban on cryptocurrency dealings. The suit was filed on behalf of tge group by its counsel but has not yet been assigned to any judge.
Buhari Urges Senate To Confirm His Nominations
Reports claim that President Muhammadu Buhari has called on the Senate house to confirm the ambassadorial nominations of the immediate past service chiefs.
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