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A Very good morning y’all and welcome to curated top Headlines on November 29, 2022.

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1) With one of them, Kemi Balogun, being readmitted to the State House of Assembly by the Olubunmi Adelugba-led Assembly on Monday, the ranks of lawmakers loyal to Gboyega Aribisogan, who was elected speaker of the Ekiti State House of Assembly on November 15, shrank.

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2) Ondo State Police Command announced on Monday that it had detained three Akure High School students for allegedly gang-raping a female classmate in a bush on the school’s grounds in Akure, the state’s capital.

According to information obtained by this online newspaper from a source at the school, the victim went into a bush to relieve herself, but as she was walking back, Idris Matthew, Olawale Tobi, and Ajayi Michael approached her and sexually assaulted her.

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3) Primary school retirees from all 25 local areas of Delta State barricaded the state capital on Monday because their pensions had not been paid for the past seven years.

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The protesting retirees, who were dressed in all black, carried placards bearing various slogans, including “Wicked Okowa, pay us our pensions” and “Okowa, you are owing the living and the dead.”

4) On Monday, the Academic Staff Union of Universities issued a warning to Nigerians, stating that if the Federal Government kept withholding their pay, a new crisis would erupt in ’s universities.

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It urged interested parties and well-intentioned Nigerians to exert pressure on the Federal Government to pay the withheld eight-month salaries of its members across the country. Read More

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5) The body of an unidentified man was discovered hanging at a flyover on Sunday in the Ekeki neighbourhood of Yenagoa, Bayelsa State, not far from the NNPC mega filling station.

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Some people thought he might have hanged himself on Saturday night.

6) , the governor of State, encountered a number of issues during his first day in office yesterday.

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In addition to suspending the chairman and members of the Osun State Independent Electoral Commission, OSIEC, and firing no fewer than 12,000 workers recently employed by Oyetola, he deposed three monarchs who had recently been enthroned by him. Read More

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7) Edozie Njoku and Chukwuemeka Nwoga have been remanded in Suleja Prison in Niger State by a Federal Capital Territory (FCT) High Court in Bwari Area Council of Abuja for alleged forgery. Read More

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8) , a 500-level student at the Federal University in Dutse, Jigawa state, was not detained by the FCT Police Command, according to the police department.

According to reports, Muhammad was detained for allegedly mocking , the first lady of Nigeria, in a tweet written in Hausa and posted along with a photo of the first lady. Read More

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9) Nigerians visiting the US, , and other European nations have been warned by the federal government to be cautious because thieves may target their passports, cash, and other valuables. The counsel was given by , Minister of Information, on Monday in Abuja at the fifth iteration of the Administration scorecard, 2015–2023. Read More

10) The new governor of Osun State, Ademola Adeleke, was criticized by the All Progressives Congress and the Osun State House of Assembly yesterday for the six executive orders he issued on Monday. They denounced the new governor for undoing some of Gboyega Oyetola’s appointments and hiring decisions. Read More 

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