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Nigeria Breaking News, Today, Thursday, 15th, June, 2021

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BREAKING: APC Supporters Barred As Judge Rules On Obaseki’s Certificate Case

This is a roundup of some breaking news in Nigeria for Today, Thursday, 15th, June 2021.

Prophet TB Joshua To Be Buried At Synagogue Church

The late founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Temitope Balogun Joshua alias Prophet TB Joshua will be buried at his church, in Lagos Nigeria.

This was made known in a statement released to newsmen on Monday.

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Jubilation As ISWAP Releases UN Staff, Nine Others

The Islamic State of West African Province (ISWAP) has released as a staff of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR), Abubakar Garba Idris, and nine others.

Naija News learned that UN staff was abducted by the insurgents on Maiduguri/Damaturu highway over five months of hostage.

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IPOB: Dreaded Bakassi Boys Re-emerge In South East

A notorious vigilante group in the South-east, the Bakassi Boys, have reportedly re-emerged in some parts of Awka, Anambra State capital.

It was gathered that the dreaded Bakassi Boys were seen in two vans, singing and warning criminals in the state.

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Restructuring: Give Each Region Vice-President – Umahi

Governor David Umahi of Ebonyi State has called for the restructuring of the country in a way that all geopolitical regions will have their own vice-president.

Speaking in an interview with Channels TV, on Monday, the governor said this would douse the tension in Nigeria.

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Insecurity: Aisha Buhari Calls For Recruitment Of More Security Operatives

The First Lady, Aisha Buhari, on Monday charged the Federal Government to recruit more security officers to tackle the security challenges in the country.

The media of the first lady, Aliyu Abdullahi, noted that she made this call while receiving wives of service chiefs during a courtesy visit at the State House on Monday.

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