Good afternoon and welcome to top 10 trending news in Nigeria today, Wednesday, June 9, 2021.
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Below are the top 10 trending news in Nigeria you need to read this afternoon:
1. Bayelsa State Arrests 34 Cows Belonging To Herdsmen For Violating Ban On Open Grazing In The State
As gathered in a statement by Brainnewspaper Governor Diri said, “by assenting to the law, any person found engaging in open grazing of livestock on CONTINUE READING..
2. Wizkid Doesn’t Deserve To Be Called A Grammy Nominee – Seun Kuti
Seun Kuti shocked not a few internet users, when he released a short Instagram video on Tuesday, in which he indirectly asked Wizkid to CONTINUE READING..
3. Gov Bala Mohammed Sacks Commissioners, SSG, CoS
The termination of appointment was contained in a statement by the CONTINUE READING..
4. Citizens Continue Tweeting,As Nigeria Twitter Ban Backfires
Our examinations demonstrate that the public authority order has blown up as the resident keep on getting to Twitter through Virtual Private Organizations (VPNs) to CONTINUE READING..
5. Biafra: Sheikh Gumi Tells Buhari To Discuss With Nnamdi Kanu’s IPOB
Talking with Brainnewspaper, the Kaduna-based minister said the public authority ought honestly in haggling with the CONTINUE READING..
6. Batch C: Federal Govt Shortlists 500,000 Applicants For N-Power Program
The Federal Government has said that it has shortlisted 500,000 applicants for CONTINUE READING..
7. Woman Breaks Record, Gives Birth To 10 Babies (See Photos)
Reports further indicate that the Sithole and her husband Teboho Tsotetsi were expecting eight babies but two babies had apparently missed the scan due to the CONTINUE READING..
8. “I Should Have Banned Twitter and Facebook While I Was President” – Former U.S President, Donal Trump Says In Regret As He Supports Nigeria’s Twitter Ban
According to Donal Trump, more countries should adopt the policy of Nigeria. Why Donald Trump said about the ban of Twitter is CONTINUE READING..
9. One Million To Receive N5,000 Stipends For Six Months – Federal Govt
The government explained that a pilot scheme commenced earlier this year with 3,115 beneficiaries in Lagos and Abuja, saying the intervention will be CONTINUE READING..
10. APC Warns Nigerian Against Using VPN To Access Twitter
The gathering brought the alarm up in an explanation gave by Sen. John Akpanudoedehe, the Public Secretary of its care-taker and CONTINUE READING..