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1. Organised labour walked out of a scheduled meeting with the Presidential Steering Committee on subsidy palliatives at Aso Rock Villa, Abuja. The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) President, Joe Ajaero, led the delegation but left the villa.


2. Lagos Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu forwarded a list of 39 commissioner-nominees, including politicians and technocrats, to the state House of Assembly for screening.

3. Vice President Kashim Shettima highlighted Nigeria’s new dawn to chart its destiny, praising the Tinubu administration’s measures to diversify the economy and address challenges.

4. President Bola Tinubu expressed the Federal ’s support to create one million digital jobs in Nigeria during a visit by Google Global Vice President, Mr. Richard Gingras.


5. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) directed security agencies to take action against violence and undemocratic activities, including vote buying, attacks on election officials, and electoral disruption.

6. Archbishop Emeritus John Cardinal Onaiyekan stated that Bola Ahmed Tinubu is not Nigeria’s President until the courts have declared the election winner.


7. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu ordered an end to all sit-at-home activities in the South East, including Mondays, according to a public announcement issued by his special counsel, Aloy Ejimakor.

8. The Edo State Police Command arrested a former banker, Gift Igbinosun, for allegedly defrauding two individuals of over N14.9m under the pretense of helping them get new notes.

9. The Bauchi State Police arrested a suspect who allegedly removed the hand of a 25-year old man and stabbed him on the head. The suspect had been on the command’s wanted list for two years over thuggery and causing grievous harm.


10. The family of Chinyere Awuda, a lady found dead near an abandoned swimming pool at a hotel in Anambra State, rejected the autopsy report stating drowning as the cause of death. They requested the police to release the CCTV footage, alleging foul play.

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