SERAP Sues Tinubu over Ex-Governors’ Retirement Benefits
The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has taken legal action against President Bola Tinubu for his alleged failure to prevent former governors, who now serve as ministers in his administration, from receiving life pensions and other retirement benefits from their respective states.
FCTA To Demolish Illegal Stalls At Area 1 Shopping Complex
The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has unveiled its plans to begin demolishing unauthorized shops located next to the Area 1 shopping complex, starting Monday. Muktar Galadima, who heads the Department of Development Control under the FCTA, stated this during a meeting with traders and shop owners at the complex.
Unical Harassment Scandal: Minister Apologizes For Comments In Leaked Audio
Minister of Women Affairs, Barr. Uju Kennedy-Ohanenye has issued an apology for her comments in a leaked audio conversation regarding an alleged sexual harassment controversy at the University of Calabar (UNICAL).
Congo Debunks Coup Rumours
The Congolese government has denied rumors of a coup attempt against President Denis Nguesso, dismissing them as baseless. Thierry Moungalla, the country’s Minister of Information, took to social media to address the issue and clarify that there is no truth to the claims and assured the public that the situation is under control.
Tobi Amusan wins Diamond League Trophy Again
Tobi Amusan has won the Diamond League trophy for the third consecutive time. In a fiercely contested race held in Oregon on Sunday, Amusan crossed the finish line with an impressive time of 12.33s, silencing her critics after a disappointing performance in Budapest.