Excellent morning! This is these days’s abstract from Nigerian Newspapers:
1. Captain Ezekiel Bala Agaba, a former Govt Director, Nigerian Maritime Management and Protection Company (NIMASA) was once on Wednesday sentenced to seven years imprisonment for laundering N1,541,408,666.00. Justice Ibrahim Buba of a Federal Prime Courtroom in Lagos State convicted the previous Govt Director of the seven counts of conversion and felony breach of accept as true with.
2. The Clerk of the Nationwide Meeting (CNA), Alhaji Mohammed Sani-Omolori has been sacked. Sani-Omolori was once disregarded via the Nationwide Meeting Carrier Fee (NASC) on Wednesday. The clerk was once proven the go out door along 149 others. Secretary of NASC, Olusanya Ajakaiye was once amongst the ones sacked as contained in a letter via the Fee.
3. The Clerk of the Nationwide Meeting (CNA), Alhaji Mohammed Sani-Omolori has been sacked. Sani-Omolori was once disregarded via the Nationwide Meeting’s Carrier Fee (NASC) on Wednesday. The clerk was once proven the go out door along 149 others. Secretary of NASC, Olusanya Ajakaiye was once amongst the ones sacked as contained in a letter via the Fee.
4. The Federal Govt (FG) has insisted that it’s not but secure for tutorial actions to renew in colleges around the nation. The Minister of state for training, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, stated this whilst addressing reporters on the finish of the 8th digital federal government council assembly, on Wednesday. Nwajiuba additionally disclosed that WAEC is negotiating with different West African international locations to take a look at a conceivable shifts in date for the 2020 WASSCE.
5. The Nigerian Air Power (NAF) has defined the cases that ended in the dying of the rustic’s first feminine fight helicopter pilot, Flying Officer Tolulope Arotile. In an in depth free up via the NAF’s Director of Public Family members and Knowledge, Air Commodore Ibikunle Daramola, the overdue younger officer was once killed via a reversing automobile pushed via an excited former Air Power Secondary College classmate whilst seeking to greet her.
6. The suspended appearing Chairman of the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu, has been launched from detention. Magu was once picked up on July 6, 2020 via officers of the Division of State Products and services (DSS). He spent 10 days in detention. He has now returned to his Abuja place of abode.
7. The six South-West states have expressed readiness to reopen colleges for college kids to take a seat for the 2020 West African Senior College Certificates Exam (WASSCE). This was once a part of the resolutions reached via the state governments on the finish of a digital assembly arranged via the Construction Time table for Western Nigeria, DAWN Fee, in collaboration with the discussion board of South-West Schooling Commissioners, Particular Advisers on Schooling and the State Common Fundamental Schooling Board Chairmen on Tuesday.
8. The suspended appearing chairman of the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu, has labelled the allegations levelled towards him as “nonsense” and a ‘case of canine consuming canine’. Talking after his free up, he expressed surprise on the allegations, which he claimed have been trumped-up to tarnish his symbol.
9. The Minister of the Niger Delta Affairs, Senator Godswill Akpabio, has addressed the allegations of sexual harassment towards him via Pleasure Nunieh, a former Managing Director, Intervening time Control Committee, IMC, of the Niger Delta Construction Fee, NDDC. The Minister described the allegation as a cornucopia of false, malicious, and libelous giving cases the place he appointed girls to different prime positions however had by no means been accused of any type of harassment.
10. The Senate on Wednesday in an followed movement requested the Federal govt to direct the putting in place of a committee to check age limits into the general public provider in Nigeria. This adopted a movement subsidized via Senator Ibrahim Gobir, who expressed fear that teeming Nigerian youths had been denied public provider appointments because of age barrier.