Good afternoon and welcome to Brainnews latest news updates for this afternoon, Friday, January 8, 2021.
Below are all the latest updates this afternoon;
1. NUC Orders All Universities To Re-Open On January 18, 2021
This is in accordance with the directive of the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19.
The directive was contained in a statement signed by NUC’s Deputy Executive Secretary (Administration), Chris Maiyaki, on behalf of the Executive Secretary, Professor Abubakar Rasheed. CONTINUE READING..
2. War Front: Nigerian Soldiers Sing, Dance And Deliver The Most Patriotic Speech (Video)
Nigerian soldiers in the war front has sang, dance and deliver the most patriotic speech while in the spirit. CONTINUE READING WITH VIDEO..
3. Yul Edochie Reveals That He Will Run For Presidency In 2023
Nollywood star and politician Yul Edochie, has indicated his interest to run for the 2023 presidential election.
Edochie who clocked 39 on January 7, 2021, disclosed his interest to run for president after he shared a picture of himself on Instagram. CONTINUE READING..
4. [PHOTOS] More Than 100 Kidnapped Persons Rescued In Katsina State
The government of Katsina State has revealed that more than 100 persons that were kidnapped has now been freed.
The Katsina government has announced that no fewer than 104 people kidnapped by bandits in the state have been rescued. CONTINUE READING WITH PHOTOS..
5. Court Stops Gov Ganduje From Deducting Judiciary Workers’ Salaries
Governor Abdullahi Ganduje has been stopped from deducting salaries of judiciary workers in Kano state following an exparte motion filed before the court by the workers under the aegis of Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria, Kano State chapter.
Justice Usman Na’abba of the High Court in Kano on Thursday January 7, granted the order in the lawsuit which has the Kano State governor, Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Commissioner for Finance, Head of Service and Accountant General as defendants. CONTINUE READING..
6. Bayo Salami: Nigerian Senator Dies In United States [Photos]
The Osogbo-born politician, it was learnt, died in the United States of America after a brief illness.
Salami, who was elected on the platform of the Alliance for Democracy, it was gathered, had been in the US since March last year. CONTINUE READING WITH PHOTOS..