Nigerian Newspapers headlines for today Wednesday, June 14, 2023: 10 things you need to know

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David Adeleke, better known by his stage name Davido, has revealed that his late son Ifeanyi has a younger sibling.

This was disclosed by Davido in an interview with YouTuber Anas Bukhash.

During the interviewer’s discussion of his daughters, Davido interjected, “I also have a son. Similar to, Ifeanyi has a younger brother.”



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1) Thousands of Nigerian Women and Girls Trapped in Mali, Reveals NAPTIP

The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons reports that at least 25,000 Nigerian women and girls who have been trafficked are trapped in Mali. Mr. Nduka Nwanwenne, commander of the Benin Zone of NAPTIP, revealed the figure on Tuesday at a workshop for media professionals held in Lagos.



2) Ondo State Governor Rotimi Akeredolu Takes Medical Leave, Hands Over to Deputy Governor

The Ondo State Governor, Mr. Rotimi Akeredolu, notified the state House of Assembly on Tuesday that he would be taking a 21-day medical leave. The governor also informed the Assembly that he had delegated Mr. Lucky Aiyedatiwa, the deputy governor, to act as governor during his absence.


3) Senator Godswill Akpabio Assumes Presidency of Senate, Benjamin Kalu Emerges Deputy Speaker

Senator Godswill Akpabio was elected President of the Senate on Tuesday, while Senator Jibrin Barau was elected Vice President of the upper legislative chambers. Tajudeen Abbas won the election for Speaker of the House of Representatives, while Benjamin Kalu emerged as Deputy Speaker.



4) Tragic Boat Accident Claims Lives of 103 Wedding Guests in Kwara State


The families of 103 wedding guests, including a father and his four children, have been thrown into mourning after a boating accident in Egbu village, Patigi Local Government Area, Kwara State, claimed their lives. The victims were returning from a ceremony in the village of Egboti in the state of Niger when the boat carrying them to their destinations capsized.


5) Nigerian Bar Association Reminds President Tinubu of Court’s Authority on “Illegal Orders”


The Nigerian Bar Association informed President Bola Tinubu on Tuesday that the determination of what constitutes “illegal orders” remains the exclusive domain of the courts of law. The NBA stated this in a letter penned by its president, Yakubu Maikyau, SAN, in response to a statement made by the President during his Democracy Day address, which stated that “unnecessary illegal orders used to stifle or restrict democracy will no longer be tolerated.”


6) Nasarawa State Doctors Issue 21-Day Strike Ultimatum Over Poor Welfare Packages


The Nasarawa State chapter of the Nigeria Medical Association has given the state government an ultimatum of a 21-day strike over the poor welfare packages for doctors in the state’s 13 local governments.


7) Naira records stability at the parallel market after Emefiele’s suspension


On the first business day after former Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor Godwin Emefiele was suspended by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the naira recorded marginal gains at the parallel markets and remained stable at the official. The local currency recovered from the N767/$1 it traded at the weekend to close at N754/$1 on the parallel markets, as more dealers expressed confidence in the new government’s policy direction.


8) Former US President Donald Trump Pleads Not Guilty to Federal Charges


Donald Trump, former president of the United States, pleaded not guilty to federal criminal charges that he unlawfully retained national-security documents after leaving office and lied to officials seeking to recover them. Trump was permitted to leave court without conditions or restrictions on his travel, and no cash bond was required. Read More


9) Labour Party Presents Additional Evidence of Malpractices in Presidential Election


On Tuesday, the Labour Party (LP) and its candidate, Peter Obi, submitted 191 additional exhibits from 157 Local Government Areas (LGAs) of the federation, including INEC Result Viewing Portal (IReV) reports obtained from five states, as evidence of alleged election irregularities during the February 25 presidential election.


10) Hilda Baci Sets New Cooking Record, but GWR Adjusts Total Time


On Tuesday, Guinness World Records announced that Hilda Baci holds the record for the longest cooking time by an individual. However, the GWR deducted nearly seven hours from Hilda’s final time in her attempt to break the 100-hour record because she mistakenly took extra minutes for one of her rest breaks early in the attempt. Read More


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