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Today’s Headlines: PDP Members Decamp To Labour Party, Wike Receives Kwankwaso In Rivers (Details below)



PDP Members Decamp To Labour Party

Ahead of the 2023 general election, hundreds of members of the All Progressives Congress, Peoples Democratic Party and the All Progressive Grand Alliance in Umuahia East Constituency of Abia State, have joined the Labour Party (LP).

The party men claimed the economic and infrastructural deficits in Umuahia east state constituency, reportedly occasioned by poor representation of the constituency by those entrusted with people’s mandate at the local government and state levels were responsible for their move.

Wike Receives Kwakwanso In Rivers

The Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, continues to receive high-profile politicians at his residence in Port Harcourt.

The latest is the former Governor of Kano State and presidential candidate of the New Nigeria Peoples Party, Rabiu Kwankwaso, who paid a private visit to Governor Wike on Friday.

Both Wike and Kwakwanso were seen in front of the former’s residence exchanging pleasantries.

Police, Hunters Comb Ondo Forests For Kidnappers

Disturbed by incessant cases of kidnappings in Ondo, the Nigeria Police Force have embarked on a mission to comb forests in the Akoko area of the state.

The officers, attached to the Supare Divisional Police headquarters, are joined in the mission by local hunters from the region.

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Boris Johnson Speaks About Court

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday called a US Supreme Court ruling ending the federal right to abortion “a big step backwards”.

Johnson, in Kigali for a Commonwealth heads of government meeting, said the court’s rulings have “massive impacts on people’s thinking around the world”.

Secondary School Students Hail Lagos State Government

Some secondary school students in Lagos State, who just concluded Senior Secondary School Examination, have thanked Lagos State Government for free secondary education, which they said lifted them.

The students, who finished at Ojota Senior Secondary School, described the Lagos. government as a trailblazer, urging other states to emulate the state.

They spoke in interviews with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday.

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