This is a round-up of some-breaking news in Nigeria, Today, Tuesday, 26th, May 2020.
INEC To Redesign Election Process Due COVID-19
This the commission stated, while explaining that the move was in a bid to ensure substantial compliance with the COVID-19 protocols established by health authorities, amongst many other things.
Buhari Nullifies Appointment Approved By Late Abba Kyari
President Muhammadu Buhari may have directed his new Chief of Staff, Professor Ibrahim Gambari to cancel all appointments and approvals made by the late Chief of staff Abba Kyari without his permission, The Guardian report claims.
According to the report released by the Guardian Newspaper, no reason was given for the President’s action, however, reports indicated that no less than 150 memos without the President’s authorization may have been uncovered. The Nigerian presidency has also refused to react to the report
NCDC Reports 229 New Cases Of Coronavirus
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, NCDC, has confirmed two hundred and twenty-nine new cases of Coronavirus in Nigeria.
The NCDC on confirmed the new cases on its official Twitter account on Monday night at about 11:36 pm. This brings the total number of Coronavirus cases in the country to 8068.
We Will Jail Any Parent Who Enrolls Their Children In Almajiri System – El-Rufai Fumes
Kaduna governor, Nasir El-Rufai has frowned at parents who are in the habits of enrolling their children into the almajiri system.
The governor today warned that parents who indulge in such may end in jail.
Nyesom Wike Makes Massive Move To Compensate Victims Of 2019 Election Crisis
The governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike has fulfilled the.promise he made to victims of the crisis during 2019 Presidential election in Abonnema, Akuku-Toru Local government area of the state.
Gov. Wike, who was represented by Dr. Tammy Danagogo, Secretary to the State Government, gave out a sum of N450 million, while explaining that the move was in fulfilment of his promise to the people of Abonnema at the Church service to honour those who lost their lives, the injured and those who lost properties during the crisis.