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Nigerian Newspapers: Breaking News This Morning, Friday April 29, 2022

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Top Nigerian newspaper headlines and breaking news this morning, Friday April 22, 2022.

Police arrests Rivers governorship aspirant, Farah Dagogo at screening venue

Front line Rivers State governorship hopeful, Farah Dagogo was on Thursday arrested at the screening venue for aspirants on Thursday.

The federal lawmaker was whisked away by police the moment he appeared at the venue.

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2023: Saraki, Obi, 15 others for screening today

A total of seventeen presidential spirits will be screened by the People’s Democratic Party today, ahead the party’s primaries on May 28 and 29.

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The exercise will be carried out by a committee chaired by former Senate President, David Mark.

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ASUU: Minister begs striking lecturers to return to classroom

The Minister of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba has stated that the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) cannot dictate to the Federal Government the platform to be used in paying their salaries.

The minister who noted that the Federal Government is working to address some of their concerns, appealed to striking lecturers to return to the classroom.

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Terrorists release photo of baby delivered by kidnap victim Kaduna train attack

Terrorists who attacked an Abuja-Kaduna train in March have released a photo of a baby delivered by one of their kidnap victims.

The victim, who was heavily pregnant prior to her abduction, gave birth on Wednesday in the terrorists camp.

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APC breaks silence on $50,000 stolen from national secretariat

The ruling All Progressive Congress has reacted to the report of a large sum of money stolen from its National Secretariat in Abuja.

A party official from Enugu had raised the alarm of being robbed $50,000 following the commencement of sales of forms.

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Soldier arrested for joining Boko Haram commits suicide

A Nigerian soldier identified as Lance Corporal Jibrin, who was arrested for allegedly working with Boko Haram terrorists has committed suicide.

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Jibrin, was In the Intelligence Corps before becoming a weapons instructor with Army Battalion in Geidam, Yobe state.

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Police nab drug dealers, armed robbers in Delta

Three suspected illicit drug dealers and two armed robbers have been arrested by the Delta State Police Command.

According to the Spokesperson of the Command, DSP Bright Edafe suspects were arrested at different locations in the state.

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Councillors suspend Kano Council Chairman

The Chairman, Bichi Local Government Area, Prof. Yusuf Muhammad Sabo, has been suspended for three months.

Sabo was suspended on Wednesday April 27, by the Kano Council Councilors over negligence to duty.

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Police invites pastor who charged members N310k heaven flight ticket for questioning

The Police Command in Ekiti State has invited a Nigerian pastor for allegedly charging his members the sum of N310,000 to fly them to heaven.

Pastor Ade Abraham of Christ High Commission Ministry, also known as Royal Christ Assembly, in Kaduna State, a few days ago convinced his church members to relocate with him to a camp in Ekiti State in preparation for the end time.

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2023: Other PDP aspirants must step down for Peter Obi

The convener of Concerned Nigerians, Deji Adeyanju, has called on presidential aspirants on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, to step down their ambition for former Anambra state governor, Peter Obi.

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The Abuja-based activist urged presidential aspirants like Governor Aminu Tambuwal of sokoto, Governor Nyesom Wike, Bala Mohammed, Emmanuel Udom, and others to close ranks and present Obi as the flag bearer of the party in 2023.

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Those are the top Nigerian newspapers headlines and breaking news for today.

Read more Nigerian news on Daily Report Nigeria. See you again tomorrow.

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