Today’s Headlines:NAS backs ASUU, blasts FG over disdain for education, Borno crowd excites me-Rabiu Kwankwaso


Today’s headlines:NAS supports ASUU, blasts FG for contempt for education, Borno crowd excites me-Rabiu Kwankwaso, #dnes039 #TitulkyNAS #backs #ASUU #outbursts #pohrdání #vzdělávání #Borno #dav #vzrušuje #meRabiu #Kwank BLOG 50MIND SHere’s the latest broadcast news and trends we’ve got for you today: :

NAS supports ASUU, criticizes FG for disdain for education

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The National Association of Sea Dogs (Pyrates Confraternity) has accused the Federal Government of contempt for education as the cause of the prolonged industrial action by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).

She therefore asked the federal government to pull itself together and take immediate steps to resolve the impasse by acceding to the union’s demands.

The NAS Capoon, Mr. Abiola Owoaje, in his statement titled “FG’s Hollow Arrogance Prolonging ASUU Strike” described the arrogant attitude of the Federal Government as “ill-conceived, reckless and insensitive to the plight of students, parents, the university system and Nigeria as a country.”

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Borno crowd excites me-Rabiu Kwankwaso

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The presidential candidate of the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP), Rabiu Kwankwaso said he was thrilled with the large crowd that received him in Maiduguri, Maidugu, boosting his party’s 2023 hopes.

Mr. Kwankwaso, who spoke to newsmen in Maiduguri on Sunday, said the crowd that braved the heavy downpour to welcome him showed how eager the people of Borno wanted to change the status quo.

“Look how people got along; I was so excited, I was so happy that the people of Borno are now very ripe for change.

The 45-year-old monarch of Gombe dies

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The Emir of Funakaye, Mu’azu Muhammad-Kwairanga, died at the age of 45.

Muhammad-Kwairanga was installed as the Emir of Funakaye by Governor Muhammadu Yahaya in May 2021, following the demise of the previous traditional ruler.

Our correspondent reports that the late monarch’s reign of one year and three months witnessed development, especially peace in the area of ​​local government.

Reps praise FG for releasing trapped funds of foreign airlines

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The Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Aviation, Honorable Nnolim Nnaji, has commended the Federal Government for responding to the call and concerns expressed by the leadership of the House of Representatives and its Committee on Aviation by releasing more than half of the funds of the stranded foreign airlines.

Nnaji also commended the efforts of the Ministries of Aviation and Finance as well as the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) for their role in enabling the release of funds.

The House Committee Chairman similarly expressed his gratitude to the Speaker and the leadership of the House of Representatives for always responding quickly to matters affecting the industry.

The report of the violence does not reflect the whole country, Osinbajo says

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The Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, said it was not appropriate to compare the reality of the Nigerian economy with that of other smaller African states.

He claimed that at least 10 Nigerian states “have a larger GDP than these countries”.

Osinbajo also noted that the violent news coming out of Nigeria did not reflect the reality of the country as a whole, which he said was too vast.

Peter Obi supporters hold mega rally in Onitsha

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Supporters of the Labor Party (LP) presidential candidate, Peter Obi, on Sunday staged a rally in the commercial city of Onitsha, Anambra State, where most streets in the city were closed.

Young men and women wearing white polo shirts with Obi’s picture and his party’s inscription started gathering at Zik Avenue around 11:30am, from where they moved to other parts of the city.

Holding placards with several inscriptions in support of Obi, the group marched peacefully through most of the streets ending at the Chinua Achebe Stadium in Fegge, Onitsha.

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