✓ BREAKING: Nigerian Airforce reveals identity of Tolulope Arotile’s killer, hands case to police
However, the Nigerian Air Force has revealed the identity of the killer of the late Flying Officer Tolulope Arotile.
Meanwhile, the NAF Director of Public Relations and Information Ibikunle Daramola, made this known during a press conference on Sunday in Abuja.
Moreover, the late Flying Officer was Nigeria’s first female combat pilot. Also, Daramola identified Arotile’s ex-classmate who drove the car that hit her as ‘Mr. Nehemiah Adejoh’.
Whereas, he further noted that the matter will be handed over to the police.
✓ Politicians Sponsoring Banditry, Insurgency, Says Masari
However, the Katsina State Governor, Aminu Bello Masari, has attributed the prevailing cases of banditry and Boko Haram insurgency bedevilling northern Nigeria to the activities of some politicians who want to contest the 2023 general election
Meanwhile, he said such politicians believe that by sponsoring violence and other acts of criminality, they would be blackmailing the President Muhammadu Buhari administration in order to contest in the forthcoming general election.
✓ EPL: Southampton push Bournemouth closer to relegation
Meanwhile, bournemouth were pushed to the brink of relegation from the Premier League as Danny Ings inspired Southampton ’ s 2 -0 win over their south - coast rivals on Sunday .
However, Ings struck late in the first half at Dean Court before Bournemouth ’s Sam Surridge saw his dramatic stoppage-time equaliser disallowed for offside .
Moreover, Che Adams added Southampton ’s second goal with virtually the last kick to leave Bournemouth with nine defeats and only one win from their last 12 league matches.
✓ Ligue 1: Monaco confirm coach Moreno’s exit
However, Monaco announced on Sunday the departure of coach Robert Moreno after barely six months in charge , with former Bayern Munich boss Niko Kovac expected to take over at the Ligue 1 club .
Meanwhile, the Ex -Spain coach Moreno 42 , was appointed in December after Leonardo Jardim was dismissed by Monaco for the second time in just over a year .
✓ COVID-19: Anambra government organises e-teaching training for teachers
However, teachers in the public primary and secondary schools in Anambra are to participate in an e-teaching training being organised by the state government to sharpen their skills.
Meanwhile, the state government has scheduled an e-conference to hold early in August, which is free and compulsory for all 12,000 teachers in the state.
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