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Wednessday Jan. 30th 2019
Former CJN sues Buhari’s Govt over Suspension
The Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Walter Onnoghen, has documented a suit against the central government over his suspension. The intrigue was documented under the watchful eye of the Court of Appeal by his attorneys: Wole Olanipekun (SAN), Adegboyega Awomolo (SAN), Kanu Agabi (SAN) and James Onoja.
2. ASSU waned VC of Univeristies Over Non-Compliance on Strike
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has undermined that it would authorize some college Vice-Chancellors who may have been “uncooperative” in the progressing strike by the teachers. Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, ASUU President, said this on Tuesday in Abuja while responding to the charge that some bad habit chancellors have been threatening instructors in their establishment and have requested them back to the classroom, while some have purportedly started examinations.
The National Judicial Council, NJC, has issued a seven-day final offer to the suspended Chief Justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnonghe and the acting Chief Justice of Nigeria, Tanko Muhammad. This was unveiled after a crisis meeting in Abuja. Ibrahim Muhammad is to react to an appeal to against him over a supposed break of NJC rules. The body likewise alluded the appeal to composed against Danladi Umar, the Code of Conduct Tribunal executive, to the Federal Judicial Service Commission (FJSC).
4. AFenifere Approves Buhari Re-election
A group of Afenifere, a container Yoruba social-social gathering, on Tuesday in Ibadan, the Oyo state capital supported the candidature of President Muhammadu Buhari as its Presidential possibility for the February sixteenth decision. The group was driven by Chief Ayo Fasanmi. The gathering at the support which occurred at the International Conference Center, University of Ibadan contended that it embraced Buhari in light of the fact that he had performed well.
5. Reps Signed 30000 Minimum Wages to Law
The House of Representatives on Tuesday passed the bill raising the national the lowest pay permitted by law. The bill was passed after the House thought about the report of its impromptu board amid entire. Officials, while thinking about the bill, set out to leave the National Minimum Wage “as suggested by the tripartite advisory group”.
6. Nigeria ranked 144 in poverty rate
Nigeria has been recorded among nations positioned most noteworthy in defilement rehearses by Transparency International. In its most recent discharge on Tuesday, the nation in a graphical portrayal scored 27 more than 100, and was positioned 144/180 nations considered. Somalia, a nation situated in Sub-Saharan Africa was recorded as the nation with the most noteworthy defilement report.
Nigeria has been recorded among nations positioned most elevated in defilement rehearses by Transparency International. In its most recent discharge on Tuesday, the nation in a graphical portrayal scored 27 more than 100, and was positioned 144/180 nations considered. Somalia, a nation situated in Sub-Saharan Africa was recorded as the nation with the most elevated defilement report.
8. Police confirm the abduction of Abia APC Chairman
The police direction in Abia State has affirmed the snatching of the Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state, Chief Donatus Nwankpa, on Monday night. The Police Public Relations Officer, SP Geoffrey Ogbonna said the direction knew about the episode. In the interim, the Publicity Secretary of the gathering, Mr Benedict Godson, told newsmen that Nwankpa was captured by shooters around 11 am on Monday at Osisioma, while on his approach to Aba from Umuahia.
9. Tinubu Supports President Buhari over Onnoghen suspension
The national head of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, on Tuesday, bolstered President Muhammadu Buhari’s suspension of Walter Onnoghen as the Chief Justice of Nigeria. Tinubu, reacting to reactions over Onnoghen’s suspension said the individuals who were blaming the President’s choice, especially Alhaji Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party, clearly did not know the distinction among suspension and sacking.
10. Police selects new DIGs
The Police Service Commission (PSC) has affirmed another supervisory crew for the Nigeria Police Force, with the arrangement of eight Deputy Inspectors-General of Police, with impact from January 28, 2019. One of the new DIGs, Usman Yakubu, was, in any case, coordinated to continue on terminal leave, while the retirement of the seven previous DIGs was likewise affirmed.