Nigeria News Today: Top Naija news from Nigerian newspapers for November 4, 2022 – NewsOnline Nigeria


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1. Chief Ayo Adebanjo has been named the acting leader of the Pan-Yoruba sociopolitical group Afenifere, according to Pa Reuben Fasoranti, the group’s leader.


Additionally, he stated that the group’s meetings will still be held in Chief Adebanjo’s country house in Ogbo-ljebu, Ogun State.

2. The Federal Government is allegedly seeking to fracture the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) by choosing particular medical lecturers for payment of their unpaid salary while other academic staff are ignored.

3. Indigenous People of Biafra, also known as IPOB, and Anglican Bishops have both expressed their displeasure and concern at the destruction of Eastern rail lines.


After some unnamed individuals working with security services continued to remove and carry away train tracks over the whole Eastern Corridor, this took place.

4. In an effort to stop the ongoing vandalism of the assets, the Federal Government conducted a workshop on Thursday to set up a framework for the concession of petroleum product pipelines to private investors.

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5. Mubarak Muhammad and Nazifi Bala, two males, were charged with defaming Dr. Abdullahi Ganduje, the state governor, on Wednesday before the Kano Magistrate’s Court 58.

The pair allegedly said in a video posted on Facebook that the governor oversleeps and sells people’s land, according to the Information gathered.


6. Due to a further weakening of the naira and soaring inflation, which have rendered the 2023 budget all but unaffordable, the Federal Government may submit a supplemental budget to the National Assembly.

7. On Thursday, the Indigenous People of Biafra said that they have re-ignited hope in the Supreme Court to overturn the Court of Appeal’s decision delaying the execution of the court’s decision freeing their leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

Ifeanyi Ejiofor, the lead attorney for IPOB and a proponent of human rights, made these remarks in a statement made available to Newsmen.

8. The Certificate of Occupancy for the land given to the former senator Lee Maeba along the Golf Course axis of GRA in Port Harcourt has been withdrawn by the Rivers State Government.

According to our source, the People’s Democratic Party’s presidential campaign council in Rivers State is led by Senator Maeba, a fervent supporter of the party’s nominee.

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9. At a military installation in Fort Knox, Kentucky, the US Army has promoted Amanda Azubuike, a woman of Nigerian origin, from Lieutenant Colonel to Brigadier General.


10. On Thursday, some young people in Ikun Akoko, Akoko South-West Local Government Area of Ondo State, protested various disasters that befell the neighbourhood.

According to reports, the demonstrators are upset with the traditional leader for what they perceive to be his lack of interest in finding a solution to the community’s untimely death of promising sons and daughters.

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