Summary Of Today’s News:Top Stories You Can’t Avoid To Miss This Morning

 

Summary Of Today's News:Top Stories You Can't Avoid To Miss This Morning
Summary Of Today’s News:Top Stories You Can’t Avoid To Miss This Morning

Good morning esteemed readers! The summary of today’s update is here,

1. The All Progressives Congress (APC) has cleared all 38 chairmanship and 177 councillorship seats in Saturday’s local government election in Ekiti State. The election was held in all 16 local government areas and 22 Local Council Development Areas and across the 177 wards in the state.

2. Imo State Police Command, on Sunday, disclosed that it had arrested the killers of the Divisional Police Officer of the Ahiazu Mbaise Local Government Area of the state. Briefing journalists at the command headquarters, the Commissioner of Police in the state, Danjuma Aboki, said the arrest of the suspects followed a coordinated operation by operatives of the command.

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3. Edo State Government has refuted a purported appointment letter addressed to the State Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Dr Tony Aziegbemi, naming him Special Adviser Political (Esan North East/Esan South East). In a statement on Sunday, Secretary to the State Government, Osarodion Ogie, declared that “the letter is fake, fabricated, and the product of mischief makers with the intention of stirring a crisis.”

4. Chargé d’Affaires of the U.S. Embassy in Nigeria, Mr David Greene, has revealed that they have interviewed over 150,000 Nigerians and about 30,000 students this year. He urged persons desiring to travel to the U.S. to apply early and ensure that the visa requests are tied to events.

5. Operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) have thwarted crooked attempts by drug syndicates to export illicit substances, including various quantities of methamphetamine and opioids concealed in hems of new jeans trousers, dolls, buttons, local soap and tins of milo beverage at some courier firms in Lagos State to Europe, United Arab Emirate and Asia.

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