Punch Newspaper Headlines Today Wednesday 8th November 2023

Punch Newspaper Headlines Today Wednesday 8th November 2023

Punch Newspaper Headlines Today Wednesday 8th November 2023

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IG deploys 15 CPs, others for Imo gov poll

Fifteen Commissioners of Police, 29 Deputy Commissioners of Police and 40 Assistant Commissioners of Police have been deployed to oversee this weekend’s governorship election in Imo State. The spokesperson for the state police command, Henry Okoye, who gave the update in an exclusive interview with our correspondent in Owerri on Wednesday, said the police were
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Court dismisses case against Sylva’s running mate

The Federal High Court sitting in Yenagoa has dismissed a case filed by Isikima Johnson seeking to disallow the All Progressives Congress governorship candidate from contesting the November 11 off-cycle election in Bayelsa State. The presiding judge, Justice B. O. Quadri, ruled on Tuesday that the case, marked FHC/YNG/CS/114/2023, was statute barred and the court,
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A’Ibom gov denies padding supplementary budget

Akwa Ibom State Governor, Umo Eno, has described as spurious and unfounded, the allegations of controversial appropriations in the 2023 supplementary budget. He said his administration will remain focused on delivering dividends of good governance to the people of the state in line with the ARISE Agenda. Policy Alert, a non-governmental organisation committed to the
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14,000 Nigerians meant for deportation lack identification cards -German Chancellor

The German Chancellor, Olaf Scholz, has explained why no fewer than 14,000 Nigerians living in the country risk deportation. Scholz said it is attributed to the spike in the number of Nigerians seeking asylum, with a great number of them without identification cards and Nigerians who have behaved well in their country to benefit Nigeria.
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Senate to probe purchase of N5bn yacht

The Senate has said it would probe the purchase of the N5 billion presidential yacht and the circumstances surrounding it The resolution was made known by the Senate Committee on Navy, chaired by the Senator representing the All Progressives Congress, Ogun East, Gbenga Daniel. This was made known in a statement by the media aide
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I’ll contest Ebonyi senatorial re-run, says LP candidate

The Labour Party Senatorial candidate for the Ebonyi  South zone in the February 25 National Assembly polls, Linus Okorie, said he remained resolute and motivated to contest the forthcoming re-run in the zone. He, however, added that his people would determine if he would re-contest for the position or not. This was as he stressed
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APC USA faults call for Tinubu’s resignation

The United States chapter of All Progressives Congress on Wednesday faulted the call for the resignation of President Bola Tinubu following his victory at the Supreme Court, saying it was uncalled for. This was even as the APC USA warned against intimidation of tribunal and apex court justices, who have also been targeted by some
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Nigeria, most dangerous place to be a Christian  – ICC

A non-partisan Christian organisation, International Christian Concern, has included Nigeria among the most dangerous places for Christians in the world. The organisation noted that extremists and militants have been killing Christians in the country and dispossessing them of their lands in the last 20 years. This was contained in the organisation’s 2023 report on Christian
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7.1-magnitude quake hits Indonesia’s Banda Sea

A 7.1-magnitude earthquake struck Indonesia’s Banda Sea on Wednesday, the United States Geological Survey said, with no immediate reports of damage or casualties. No tsunami warning was issued for the quake — initially reported as a magnitude 6.9 — which hit at 11:53 a.m. local time (0453 GMT), according to the USGS. The tremor was
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ISESE: Why we fired Tani Olohun’s lawyer – Group speaks

The coordinator of an indigenous religion practitioners group, Isese Welfare Association, Aderemi Ifaoleepin Aderemi, has disclosed the reason the association denounced Barrister Muftau Olobi, one of the counsel representing embattled traditionalist, Adegbola Abdulazeez, aka Tani Olohun, in court. Adegbola was arrested on August 16 and remanded at a correctional facility in Ilorin, Kwara State, for
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