Hello Readers, VILLA UPDATES presents to you the trending news in Nigeria this Wednesday morning.
1. Laborers in Ogun State have set out on a one-week cautioning strike, VILLA UPDATES reports.
The workers are requesting the portion of the N30,000 the lowest pay permitted by law allowed by law as ensured by Governor Dapo Abiodun as well as the settlement of their agreeable derivations, installment of leave rewards, among others.
2. SARS in Osun chased four boys to death over alleged claims that they were into internet fraud; “yahoo boys”. 3. President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday made an announcement of his support on his administration’s move to borrow more loans.
The Nigerian President, made this announcement on Tuesday at a gathering with individuals from the Presidential Economic Advisory Council (PEAC) at the State House, in Abuja, expressed that his government needed the money to solve the shortcomings in the infrastructure of the country. 4. President Muhammadu Buhari, Tuesday, said Nigeria would have experienced difficulty at this point if not for the intervention of his administration to embrace farming.
President Buhari at a virtual gathering with individuals from the Presidential Economic Advisory Council (PEAC) at the State House, in Abuja on Tuesday, focused on the situation of farming as the administration’s plan to lessen joblessness, sufferings and poverty in the state.
5. The Lagos State House of Assembly has signed into law the Lagos State House of Assembly Service Commission (Amendment) 2020.
The bill is a revision of the Lagos State House of Assembly Service Commission Law of 2015.
6. The All Progressives Congress (APC) says it isn’t absent of the budgetary strains brought by the expansion in fuel siphon cost and power rates.
Yekini Nabena, the APC representative in an announcement he made on Tuesday, said the increment was a tough decision by the legislature. 7. Oyo State governor, Governor Seyi Makinde has endorsed the resumption dates for public and private educational institutions in the State.
Commissioner for Education, Barrister Olasukanmi Olaleye, who made the declaration in an announcement on Tuesday, said that schools will currently work morning and early evening time.
8. The Police in Anambra State have saved eight youngsters suspected to have been kidnapped from various states across Nigeria.
Representative for Anambra State Police Command, SP Haruna Mohammed who revealed this to reporters on Tuesday, said the alleged suspects involved in the crime comprises of two ladies and three men who were also detained.
9. One individual was killed yesterday in Ilupeju-Ijan Ekiti, Gbonyin Local Government territory of Ekiti State, as a resigned United States of America armed force official, Major Jide Ijadare and one other were abducted in the town.
Ijadare, a local of Ijan Ekiti was seized at his palm oil-delivering production line situated along Ijan-Ise Ekiti street.
10. Prof. Wole Soyinka, has upheld claims made by previous President, Olusegun Obasanjo, that Nigeria is more separated under President Muhammadu Buhari than any time in history.
Soyinka, who made his thoughts known in an announcement delivered on Tuesday named, “Between ‘Dividers-in-boss’ and Dividers-in-law, said in spite of the fact that he was not a fanatic of Obasanjo, he agrees with the obligation of pointing out the issues of the country
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