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1. insists on terror alert as major mall shuts operation

Despite assurances from the federal that the country was secure, the UK government maintained yesterday on its terror alert.


A major mall in the FCT, Jabi Lake Mall, shut down operations yesterday in an effort to protect its workers and customers, according to the management, prompting the latest notice.

2. Court hears Nnamdi Kanu’s N20bn suit against Malami, NIA boss Nov 18

Nnamdi Kanu, the head of the Indigenous People of (IPOB), a group that has been declared illegal, filed a N20 billion lawsuit against Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF) Abubakar Malami, SAN, and a Federal High Court in Abuja has set November 18 for the hearing.

3. Public schools in 24 states lack adequate classrooms

There is now a shortage of 260,551 classrooms in public primary schools throughout 24 states in .


The information, which our correspondent got on Thursday from the Universal Basic Education Commission, contained the amount.

4. UK licenses 91 Nigerian doctors in 15 days

91 new Nigerian-trained physicians have received licences from the General Medical Council of the .


Our source learned that the 91 doctors were accredited over a period of 15 days, from October 10 to October 25, 2022.

5. FG detains 35 suspected fighters, tension heightens

Five commanders of the Islamic State West Africa Province and 30 fighters were detained as a result of a joint operation initiated by the Department of State Services, the National Intelligence Agency, the police, and other security agencies that was effective in dismantling a terror cell.


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6. Terror alert: assures security, releases emergency numbers

Usman Baba, the Inspector-General of Police, has reaffirmed the Nigeria Police Force’s commitment to ensuring the safety of all citizens in the nation through working with other security organisations. Read More

7. Nigeria committed to stabilising democracy – Buhari

On Thursday in Seoul, South Korea, Nigeria’s underlined Nigeria’s commitment to stabilising the nation’s democratic system.

8. Why we didn’t invite Jonathan for questioning –

Shehu Shuaibu, an investigating officer for the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, testified before the Federal High Court in Lagos on Thursday that the N4.6 billion purportedly put into a Joint Trust account was used to fund the 2015 campaign of former President .

In his testimony before Justice Daniel Osiagor during the trial of Senator Nenadi Usman, a former minister of finance, Femi Fani-Kayode, a former minister of aviation, and two other defendants for alleged money laundering and other fraud-related offences, Shuaibu made this claim.

9. American Soldiers Didn’t Raid Abuja Estate – Resident

A resident of Abuja explained that the US soldiers were not involved in the attack on Trademore Estate in Lugbe, Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

Only one foreigner was identified among the operatives who carried out the operation, according to the resident who acknowledged that there had been a raid at the estate.

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10. Adeboye Visits Borno, Says ‘God Wants Me To Step On This Land’

Pastor Enoch Adeboye, General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God stated that prayer is still the best way to bring about peace in Nigeria and put an end to the Boko Haram insurgency in the country’s North-East.

On Thursday, Adebayo visited Usman Kadafur, the deputy governor of Borno, at the Government House in Maiduguri as a courtesy.


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