Nigeria News Today: Top Naija news from Nigerian newspapers for November 7, 2022 – NewsOnline Nigeria
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1.This online newspaper reports that 19 people had lost their lives in the Tanzanian passenger plane disaster that occurred on Sunday, while 24 people managed to escape the wreckage alive as at the time of filing in this report.
This was made clear by Precision Air in a statement that was issued not long after the accident, which was initially attributed to adverse meteorological conditions.
2. Peter Obi, candidate for president of the Labour Party; Musa Kwankwaso, candidate for president of the New Nigerian Peoples Party; and Kola Abiola, candidate for president of the Peoples Redemption Party; squared off against one another on Sunday in Abuja during the Arise tv Presidential Town Hall Series on Security and Economy. At the event, security and the economy took centre stage.
However, the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar, and his counterpart from the All Progressives Congress, Bola Tinubu, did not show up at the debate that was held at the Transcorp Hilton in Abuja by Arise TV in collaboration with the Centre for Development and Democracy.
3. Mr. Ojo Joseph, a 54-year-old father, was detained by Ondo State police detectives after he allegedly lit five of his stepchildren on fire in the Fagun Crescent neighbourhood of Ondo City.
The suspect claimed that for months, his wife, who is also the mother of the kids, has been refusing to have intercourse with him.
4. Dr. Walton Liverpool, a former permanent secretary of the Bayelsa State Ministry of Education, passed away at the University of Benin Teaching Hospital, UBTH, in Edo State, due to health issues while visiting the region on business.
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5. Police in Rivers State have verified that five people were killed and other others were injured yesterday in the state as two most lethal cults, the Icelanders and the Greenlanders clashed.
6. The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development, Sadiya Umar Farouk, came under fire from the Ijaw Elders Forum (IEF) yesterday for claiming that Bayelsa State is not among the top ten states hit by flooding.
7. The Anambra State government has given the proprietors of 30 housing estates in the state’s capital 35 days to comply with the regulations or risk legal repercussions.
8. The lengthy period it took to end the union’s industrial action was caused by the personality conflict between Senator Chris Ngige, Minister of Labor and Employment, and Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke, National President of Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU.
Thorough Investigation by Newsmen indicates that the conflict is also to blame for the academics’ seven-month pay being withheld.
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9. Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, received the support of a delegation of pastors and bishops from Abuja on Sunday. They praised him for having the right mindset to lead the nation.
Hours after the endorsement, however, the Christians Association of Nigeria protested the action, claiming that CAN was sticking to its former position of opposing the “same faith ticket.”
10. In Abuja, the Academic Staff Union of Universities’ National Executive Council will convene on Monday (Today).
The union’s offices are located at the University of Abuja, where the meeting will take place.
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