Four Latest News Today, Sunday, September 27, 2020 Good day, readers. Here are four latest news taken from reports today. Read through as follow.... 1. Nigeria records fresh COVID-19 cases in 13 states The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has disclosed another fresh cases of COVID-19. According to the report on its official twitter account handle dated on September 26, 2020, about 136 cases have been confirmed with 3 deaths. On that note, it was reported that 13 states have these new cases. The
Four Latest News Today, Saturday, September 26, 2020 1. Edo:I Can't Escape Blame For APC-Buhari Nigerian President, President Muhammadu Buhari said on Friday, September 25, 2020 that he can't escape blames for All Progressive Congress (APC) loss in the last election that was held in Edo state on September 19, 2020. According Buhari, he disclosed that it's very necessary to develop political culture based on integrity in the country. He mentioned this when Obaseki and his vice visited him. He added that he
Today marks the beginning of a new month, and it's time for some major news headlines, to know what is happening in the country. 1) 21 Dead as Jihadist invade DR Congo 21 people, have been killed by suspected Militants from the lslamic group ADF. The blood thirty men, killed members of Congolese military group, and then proceeded to attack a village, which they slaughtered soo many people, which included women. They burnt houses, and also kidnapped some Villagers, who could not defend themsleves. From statistics
2021 budget northeast has been short, changed governors cry out. The Northeast Governors Forum (NGF) has expressed disappointment over fact that the provision of N45.32 billion out of the proposed N13.02 trillion in the 2021 budget is for capital projects in the region,premium times reports. The governors who made their grievances known in a communique issued at the end of its meeting on Friday, November 27, called for the execution of more capital projects next year to ensure the rapid development of the region.
ASUU Nations president Prof biodun ogunyemi said members are making consultation regarding their next line of action. Ogunyemi explained that the consultation would go beyond this week. The government, in its latest offer to ASUU leadership, pledge to release N75 billion for the revitalisation of university and the payment of Earned academic allowance. ASUU president ogunyemi told vanguard early this morning. See the report below. ALSO The academic staff union of universities has explained why lecturers are