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1) The Federal announced on Monday that pre-arrival or post-arrival COVID-19 testing is no longer required for travellers, regardless of their status with respect to vaccination. This announcement was made through the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority.


The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority sent a letter to airline operators on December 12, 2022, containing this announcement.

2) Abubakar Malami (SAN), the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, announced on Monday that the Federal Government would soon resume the prosecution of suspects who are currently being held in particular military formations in Nigeria.

This online newspaper reported that a similar test had been carried out in military facilities in the states of Niger and Borno a few years prior.


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3) The Peoples Democratic Party campaign office in Gombe State and the building in Owerri, Imo State were both violently attacked by suspected hoodlums on Monday, destroying both buildings and raising concerns about how the general elections in 2023 will be run.

At the same time, the bombed terrorist hideouts in Kaduna State’s three Local Government Areas of Birnin-Gwari, Igabi, and Chikun, killing numerous terrorists.


4) The Federal Government has labelled a Reuters report accusing the Nigerian Army of infanticide as fake news. Reuters is an international news agency.

This comes as the news organisation on Monday released a new report in which it accused the Nigerian Army of killing children while waging the ongoing war against terrorism.

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5) The Anambra State Ministry of Women and Social Welfare intervened to save a 13-year-old girl who had allegedly been impregnated by her guardian, Mr. Sunday Muoghalu, and had given birth to a child. Muoghalu was detained on Sunday and turned over to the police, according to Chidimma Ikeanyionwu, the ministry’s spokesperson, who made the announcement on Monday.

6) Suleiman Abdul Ahmed, the chairman of the in Kogi State, expressed his regret yesterday that the party had been denied the venue for its mega rally on Tuesday with Mr. , the party’s presidential candidate, by the state government on Monday at the last minute. The Confluence Stadium in Lokoja was to be the location of the rally, according to the party.


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7) Hope Uzodimma, the governor of Imo State, has stated that the Independent National Electoral Commission, , will receive adequate security for the planned distribution of permanent voter’s cards, , in the state. The governor blamed local politicians who had vowed to make Imo State unruly and to halt the election for the attack on the INEC office.

8) Nasir El-Rufai, the governor of Kaduna State, has declared that he will never serve in the National Assembly because he lacks the perseverance and diligence required to carry out legislative duties.


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9) Operators of Point of Sale terminals and Lagos-based human rights attorney Femi Falana have threatened legal action against the Central Bank of Nigeria if the policy limiting over-the-counter cash withdrawals by individuals and businesses to N100,000 and N500,000, respectively, per week remains in place.

10) Dr. Babachir Lawal, a former Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), has made it clear that he would never support ’s bid for the presidency. The former SGF issued a warning, saying that if Atiku got his way, it would signify racial dominance of one ethnic group over another.



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