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Naija News Headlines: 10 Things from Nigerian Newspapers You Need to Know Today, December 7, 2023

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Good morning Nigeria! Here’s a roundup of the top headlines from various for .

1. Benin Republic President Visits Tinubu In Aso Rock.

President Patrice Talon of Benin Republic visited President Bola Tinubu at the Presidential Villa in Abuja.
The visit followed President Tinubu’s return from the 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) in Dubai.

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2. NJC Recommends Appointment Of 11 Supreme Court Justices, Other Judicial Officers.

The National Judicial Council (NJC) has recommended the appointment of 11 persons as Justices of the Supreme Court.
The NJC also recommended the appointment of 1 Justice of the Court of Appeal, 6 heads of Court, and 26 other judicial officers.

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3. 2024 Budget: There Is No N10bn Allocation To Renovate My Residence – Gbajabiamila Speaks.

Femi Gbajabiamila, Chief of Staff to President Bola Tinubu, denies reports of a N10 billion provision in the 2024 budget for the renovation of his official residence.
Clarifies that the sum is for renovating the Presidential Quarters and Vice President’s Lodge, information management facilities, and providing vehicles for the Presidency staff.

4. Gunmen Stole Kogi Governorship Election Petitions From Tribunal Secretary – Police.

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Gunmen attacked the secretary of the state governorship election tribunal, stealing sensitive documents related to the recent gubernatorial election.
Petitions filed by political parties, including Action Alliance, Action People’s Party, PRP, and SDP, were among the documents taken.

5. Protesters Storm National Assembly, Seek Wike’s Resignation.

Thousands of protesters demand the resignation of Nyesom Wike, the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, citing incompetence and lack of vision for FCT development.
Adamu Kabir Matazu, representing civil society groups, urges an investigation into Wike’s land allocation policies in FCT.

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6. Court Of Appeal Relocates Kogi Governorship Election Petitions Tribunal To Abuja.

Justice Monica DongbanMensem orders the relocation of the Kogi Governorship Election Petitions Tribunal from Lokoja to Abuja.
The move is reportedly due to security concerns following attacks on tribunal staff in Lokoja.

7. ‘Minister Of Defence Is Incompetent’ –

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Protesters Storm National Assembly, Make Demands Over Kaduna Village Bombing
Protesters demand justice for victims of the Kaduna bombing and call for the resignation of the Minister of Defence, Abubakar Badaru.

The bombing in Tundun Biri village claimed over 120 lives, with Amnesty International threatening legal action against the Federal Government.

8. Court Orders Ondo Assembly To Investigate Akeredolu’s Health Situation.

Ondo State High Court orders the state House of Assembly to constitute a medical panel to assess Governor Rotimi Akeredolu’s health.
A coalition of civil society groups initiated the suit, emphasizing the need for transparency in addressing public concerns.

9. Kaduna Bombing Wasn’t Deliberately Carried Out To Wipe Out Particular Ethnic Group – CDS Musa
Chief of Defence Staff, General Christopher Musa, refutes claims that the Kaduna bombing aimed to wipe out a particular ethnic group.
Musa describes such claims as unfortunate and an attempt to turn people against the military.

10. Shettima Reveals Approach To End Insecurity In SouthEast.

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Vice President Kashim Shettima advocates for a nonkinetic approach to end insecurity in the South East.
Shettima receives a delegation presenting the Peace In South East Project (PISEP) and emphasizes the importance of negotiation over endless war.

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