Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Top 10 News That Broke This Wednesday

our team has gathered the most important news for January 6, Wednesday. Find all the important things you might have missed but still need to know below.
Labaran Maku, ex-minister of information, advised Nigerians to
appreciate a former president Goodluck Jonathan for sacrificing his ambitions for the unity of the country.
The Senator who represented Ekiti central senatorial district in the upper legislative chamber of the 7th National Assembly, collected his letter of appointment late Tuesday, January 5.
Amidst tears and outcry, the Lagos state government carried out a major demolition on the Owonifari part of the Oshodi market.
The chair of the anti-graft commission during the forum with online and broadcast media managers has disclosed that more famous Nigerians would soon be arrested to face prosecution.
The MASSOB leader said that the polls will hold on February 22 into wards, provinces, districts, regions and zones of the Southeast and Southsouth.
Tony Anenih, a former Peoples Democratic Party Board of Trustees chairman has written to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, explaining how he disbursed the N260 million.
Witnesses and security sources confirmed that the town, which is about 123km southwest of Maiduguri, the Borno state capital was attacked by a male suicide bomber.
Femi Adesina, Muhammadu Buhari’s media aide, has reacted to accusations that he collected N50 million from the Office of the National Security Adviser.
Dokpesi, the founder of DAAR Communications, has said that the investigation of the abuse of security funds under the immediate past government is a clear witch hunt.
Oyo-Ita, 51, was inaugurated before the commencement of today’s Federal Executive Council meeting presided over by Buhari at the presidential villa, Aso Rock.