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Top 10 Stories You Cannot Afford to Miss This Wednesday Evening

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Lagos Reduces BRT, Other Fares By 50% To Ease Hardship

The governor said that more Cowrie cards would be provided at bus terminals to assist more Lagosians in getting on board and benefit from the service introduced in response to the yearnings of the residents. Read More

INEC Chairman Briefs FEC, Says Election Will Hold As Scheduled

“We took members of the council through all the preparations that we have put in place for the elections and the few challenges that we are facing and the steps we have taken to address them. Read More

Naira Redesign: Tinubu Hails APC Governors For Pulling Nigeria Back From Precipice

“I want to salute the courage of our governors and most especially the progressives governors in APC who acted to save our country from avoidable and dangerous political crises and social unrest which the central bank policy on new naira notes has brought on our country,” he said. Read More

Naira Crisis: After Supreme Court Ruling, Buhari Receives Emefiele In Aso Rock

While what was discussed between the two men is yet to be made public, insiders in the corridors of power disclosed that the visit by the apex bank’s chief is in connection to the ruling of the Supreme Court. Read More

Alleged N3bn Fraud: EFCC Arraigns Yahaya Bello’s Fugitive Wife, Nephew

 In a statement by Wilson Uwujaren, EFCC spokesperson, the agency said the duo were docked alongside three other persons on an 18-count charge “bordering on criminal misappropriation and money laundering to the tune of N3,081,804,654″. Read More

Sanwo-Olu Approves Lafiaji-Okunneye’s Appointment As LASUED VC

The letter reads in part, “I am happy to convey the approval of Mr. Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu, the Governor of Lagos State of your appointment as Vice-Chancellor, Lagos State University of Education (LASUED) for a single term of Five Years with effect from 1st March, 2022”. Read More

IMF Weighs On Deadline For Old Naira Notes, Advises FG To Extend It

“In light of hardships caused by disruptions to trade and payments due to the shortage of new banknotes available to the public, in spite of measures introduced by the CBN to mitigate the challenges in the banknote swap process, the IMF encourages the CBN to consider extending the deadline, should problems persist in the next few days leading up to the February 10, 2023 deadline” the Fund stated. Read More

INEC appeals Osun Tribunal judgement, lists 44 grounds

Also, in the Notice of Appeal signed by counsel to INEC, Prof. Paul Ananaba (SAN) and 17 others, the Commission challenged the decision of the Tribunal on the grounds that the panel erred in law by claiming that Adeleke did not score the majority of the lawful votes, saying the petitioners only called two witnesses who did not prove that the PDP candidate did not win the election. Read More

S’ Court Judgement: Protesters halt movements at Abuja CBN, AGF offices 

“The Supreme Court exparte application has no legal basis. We are rejecting it, because it is a plot to open the bank vaults to enable vote buyers and holders of illicit wealth to have cash to buy votes. We ask the CJN to hurriedly vacate the exparte order in the overall interest of the Nigeria election. Read More

Ighalo gets N122m as Saudi Al-Hilal reach club W’Cup final

Quoting a Twitter user, @jacobsBen, the post stated, “Saudi billionaire Prince Al Waleed bin Talal Al Saud has pledged one million Saudi Riyal (£222k) to each Al-Hilal player for reaching the Club World Cup Final and a further one million if they win the tournament.” Read More

Again, EFCC arraigns social media influencer, Adeherself

 “My lord, this case was heard before Justice Sherifat Solebo before she retired, and when it was transferred to this honourable court, I informed my learned friend that the case would be coming up on Jan. 25. “He said he thought it was the day before. Read More

IMF lists Nigeria among nations with lowest food security

“The spillover effects of the war in Ukraine, which have been transmitted mainly through higher domestic food prices, worsened the effects of the pandemic, particularly on the most vulnerable— with Nigeria being among the countries with the lowest food security.” Read More

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