Good afternoon and welcome to Brainnews latest updates for this afternoon, Monday, January 4, 2021.
Below are all the latest news updates this afternoon;
1. Aide: Atiku Selling His Investments In Intels
Vice President Atiku Abubakar and co-founder of Integrated Logistics Services Nigeria Limited (Intels), has been selling his shares in the company over the years.
In a statement on Monday by his media aide, Paul Ibe, the former vice president said the divestment has assumed greater urgency in the last five years. CONTINUE READING..
2. Lady Found Dead In Delta Hotel After She Was Seen With Internet Fraudsters
It was learnt the victim in the company of two suspected internet fraudsters lodged into a hotel along Efeizomor road.
It was learnt that the alleged internet fraudsters left the girl while they checked out of the hotel. CONTINUE READING..
3. Federal Govt Arraigns Sowore, Four Others Over New Year’s Eve Protest
Sowore and the four others are being arraigned on three charges of Criminal conspiracy, unlawful assembly, and attempting to incite others against the government.
Sowore had earlier before the protest charged Nigerians on Twitter to hold a crossover protest by picking up a candle and a placard showing their grievances against the Buhari administration. CONTINUE READING WITH PHOTOS..
4. Magistrate And Her Two Children Protest In Front Of Gov Ayade’s Office Over Non-Payment Of 2-Year Salary
Safiya Iyeh Ashipu, of the Chief Magistrate Court Odukpani and her two sons on Monday, January 4, staged a peaceful protest in front of the Cross River State Governor’s office over alleged non-payment of 2 years salary.
The single mother is one of the 29 Magistrates that Governor Ben Ayade has not paid for over two years. CONTINUE READING WITH PHOTOS..
5. Anambra Commissioner Dr Christian Madubuko Resigns Over Corruption
Dr Christian Madubuko, the Anambra Commissioner for Diaspora Affairs, Indigenous Artworks, Culture and Tourism, has resigned from his appointment.
Madubuko’s letter of resignation was dated Dec. 11, 2020, and was made available to newsmen on Monday in Akwa. CONTINUE READING WITH PHOTO..