Top Breaking News Tonight, Monday 29th Of June 2020
1. President Buhari’s Appoints New Chief Personal Security Officer View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
President Muhammadi Buhari has approved the appointment of his new Chief Security Officer, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Aliyu Musa. Buhari is ECOWAS Champion
This was announced by the President’s Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr Garba Shehu on Monday 29 June 2020.
CPSO Aliyu Musa is from Niger State, was the Deputy Commissioner of Police from Zone 5 of Nigeria Police Force in Benin City, Edo State capital.
2. Oyo State Teachers Resume Work Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
Teachers in Oyo state have resumed back to work despite the growing numbers of coronavirus in the state. The state government ordered teachers to resume back to work this week in preparation for the students who will join later in the week.
The teachers said it is difficult to resume work amidst the pandemic but they are ready to put in all necessary safety measures to ensure that the students are duly protected. She said an appeal has been put out to the PTA, the state government and other well meaning people to support the schools in providing all safety kits needed by the teachers. The teachers also appealed to parents to educate their wards on the coronavirus and the ways they can stay protected against the virus as they return to school.
3. Barcelona Midfielder Arthur Melo Set To Join Serie A Giants Juventus View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
La Liga Champions Barcelona have agreed a deal to sell Brazilian midfielder Arthur Melo to Serie A defending champions Juventus.Arthur Melo
The deal set to cost the Serie A table-toppers a whopping £66m, including bonuses that could add up to as much as £10m, the Catalan giants confirmed the news on Monday June 29, on it official website.
4. Update: Lagos State Discharges 93 COVID-19 Patients View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
The Lagos State Government today announced that it has discharged 93 more coronavirus patients in the state.
This was made known through the Ministry of Health’s official Twitter page, revealing that the recovered patients are 16 females and 77 males.
5. Iran Set To Arrest Donald Trump over The Murder Of Iranian General, Qassem Soleimani View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
The president of the United States of America, Donald Trump popularly known for his dogged mode of leadership has been caught in another web of tragedy as the Iran government has issued a search warrant against him and also asked the interpol for their support in ensuring that Trump and several others are detained over the drone strike that killed a top Iranian general Qassem Soleimani in Baghdad.
6. Nigerian Billionaire Chief Bode Akindele Dies Age 88 View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
Chief Bode Akindele, the billionaire businessman and father of one of Nigeria’s most decorated and popular fashion designers, Folake Akindele-Coker has died.
The foremost industrialist and chairman of Madandola Group of Companies died Monday afternoon age 88. Till his death, he was the Parakoyi of Ibadan Land. He reportedly called his family members for Lunch on Sunday, June 28 before he passed away in the early hours of today.
7. Whistleblowers Get Paid For Recovered Funds, Not For Exposing Illegitimate Funds – AGF, Abubakar Malami View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
The Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, has brought to limelight clarification on the misconception of Nigerian whistle blowers who call out individuals who have been found wanting in the issue of money laundering and theft. According to him, whistleblowers are not paid based on the amount revealed but based on the amount recovered from looted funds.
Contrary to reports, whistleblowers are not duly reciprocated for their good deeds even after risking a lot to expose these criminal activities. This claim was strengthened by a letter written by one Aliyu Lemu, Esq. on June 22 on issues revolving around the payment of a whistleblower’s fees.