Today's Headlines: UK to grant asylum to ‘persecuted’ IPOB Members, Nigeria under siege- Senate says
1) BREAKING: Newly re-elected Chad’s president Idriss Deby is dead Chad’s President Idriss Deby Itno has died on the battlefield after three decades in power, the army announced on state television on Tuesday.The shock announcement came only the day after the 68-year-old was proclaimed the winner of a presidential election that had given him a sixth term in office.
Allow States To Develop Mineral Resources And Pay A Royalty To The Federal Government- Governor Wike
Governor of River state, Governor Nyesom has suggested to President Buhari on what to do with the mineral resources in the country so they can yield maximum productivity and help reduce the over dependence on oil.Yesterday, Governor Wike made some suggestions to the president when minister of State for Mines and Steel Development, Uchechukwu Ogah visited him in the government house in porthacourt.
Death is something every living soul shall face, and nobody knows the time or hour he or she will leave this world.Bringing us to the fact of the sad news that had been trending online, the sad news based on the death of Chad president with the name Marshal Idriss Déby Itno.
The United Kingdom Visa and Immigration (UKVI)has a ton of serious decisions concerning IPOB and MASSOB members to be granted asylum.The UK has decided to grant asylum to persecuted members of IPOB and MASSOB, groups which Nigeria has termed as a terrorist group, and this decision of the united kingdom didn't go down well with the minister of culture and information, Lai Mohammed.
Information reaching our news desk now has it that Chadian President who just won sixth tenure in this April, has died after he sustained injuries in a battlefield while fighting Boko Haram insurgents who tried to make their way into the capital of the country, N'Djamena by launching an attack.