Today’s Headlines: Group Condemns Nomination Of APC Members As INEC Officials, Osinbajo Meet Student

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Today’s headlines: Group condemns nomination of APC members As INEC officials, Osinbajo Meet Student, #Today039s #Headlines #Group #Condemns #Nomination #APC #Members #INEC #Officers #Osinbajo #Meet #Student Welcome to BLOG 50MIND SHere’s the latest broadcast news and trends we’ve got for you today: :

The group condemns the nomination of APC members as INEC officials

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A civil society organization known as the Transformation Monitoring Group (TMG) has hit out at the alleged nomination of members of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) as commissioners of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

The group, in a statement signed by its chairman Auwal Ibrahima Musa Rafsanjani on Saturday and made available to SaharaReporters on Sunday, described the nomination of members of the ruling party as electoral commissioners as a strategy to influence the conduct and outcome of the elections. in favor of the APC.

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Osinbajo meets Harvard students

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Vice President Yemi Osinbajo was off about 257,000 square miles when he claimed on Sunday that Nigeria’s Borno state is about the size of some major European countries combined, seeking to justify the administration’s inability to curb insecurity given the country’s vast geographical size.

Falana warns FG against plan to ban ASUU

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Femi Falana, a human rights lawyer, says the Federal Government has no legal backing to ban the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) over the ongoing strike.

Falana said this in response to speculation that the Federal Government was planning to ban ASUU for not calling off the strike.

Thousands of people hold a rally for Peter Obi after the church

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Supporters of Labor Party presidential candidate Peter Obi marched through Onitsha, Anambra on Sunday to register their support.

Supporters began a march dubbed the “Obidients Mega Rally” after the services.

Kumuyi advises the youth

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The General Overseer of Deeper Life Christian Ministry, Pastor Williams Kumuyi, has urged the youths in the country to shun drug addiction.

According to the cleric, there was a need for youth and teenagers to get closer to God and get divine guidance for their career and future.

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