LATEST NEWS IN NIGERIA THIS MORNING, SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 2021

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Good morning and welcome to latest news updates for this morning, Saturday, June 5, 2021.

Aisha Buhari's twitter handle deactivated

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Below are the latest news updates you need to read this morning:

1. [Photos] UNICROSS Shut Down Over Killing Of Student By Suspected Robbers

UNICROSS Shut Down Over Killing Of Student By Suspected Robbers

It was reported that the Applied and Fine Arts student was allegedly stabbed to death on campus by suspected hoodlums on.. CONTINUE READING

2. [Photos] Lagos State Govt Rescues Little Girl From Her Abusive Father

Lagos State Govt Rescues Little Girl From Her Abusive Father

The Director, Citizens Rights, Mrs. Oluwatoyin Odusanya, who disclosed this on Thursday, June 3, said officials of the Ministry of Justice gathered that the.. CONTINUE READING

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3. Catholic Church Suspends Fr Mbaka,From Commenting On Any Partisan Politics

Fr Mbaka

In a duplicate of the letter to Mbaka got by The Nation, the Catholic minister of Enugu Diocese Callistus Onaga declared the transformation of the.. CONTINUE READING

4. Court Denies National Assembly From Fixing Own Salaries

National Assembly

The virtual judgment by Equity Obiozor followed the merged suits brought by Monday Ubani and John Nwokwu on one hand and Socio-Economic Rights and.. CONTINUE READING

5. Twitter Ban: Aisha Buhari’s Handle Deactivated

Aisha Buhari's twitter handle deactivated

The Twitter handle of Nigeria’s First lady, Aisha Buhari, has been deactivated. This comes hours after the Buhari-led government announced the.. CONTINUE READING

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6. Kidnappers That Captured Tegina Pupils, Increases Ransome To N200m

Kidnappers of pupils

The scoundrels reached out to the guardians Thursday evening educating them that the payment had ascended to N200million with similar danger of killing the.. CONTINUE READING