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Friday, January 15, 2016

updates:Top 10 Must-Read News For Today

The Naij.com team has gathered the most important news for January 14, Thursday. Find all the important things you might have missed below.
“Usually one [baby] a week pops out. I reckon I’ve got about 800 so far, so within four years I’d like to crack 1,000. I’ve got kids all the way from Spain to Taiwan, so many countries. I’d like to get the world record ever, make sure no-one’s going to break it, get as many as possible.”
Parents of the abducted Chibok school girls have marched to the Presidential Villa in Abuja to protest the whereabouts of the missing school girls, Naij.com can authoritatively reports.
In a shocking statement, the former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has revelaed that the 2016 budget presented by President Muhammadu Buhari was the same as the one presented by immediate past president, Goodluck Jonathan.
A suspect, Edet Asuquo, has revealed how he killed a pregnant woman for the purpose of using her foetus for rituals in Akwa Ibom state.
“Our Leader will be energized by seeing all of you hard core Biafrans and lovers of freedom in court,” the statement by IPOB read further.
Okpara was dragged to court for allegedly stealing N90,000 from a 38-year-old sex worker, Caroline Ibrahim, after having sex with her and paying her in a Lagos hotel on December 30, 2015.
“Nobody except the president can withdraw the budget. As far as we know, he hasn’t done that. The copies in their hundreds have been delivered to both chambers of the National Assembly.”
Bishop Amaechi Agbo, the general overseer of Bethel House of God Mission, Awkunanaw in Enugu has warned President Muhammadu Buhari that the continued detention of Nnamdi Kanu, the director of Radio Biafra would throw Nigeria into crises.
Amidst speculation that Justice Mahmud Mohammed, the chief justice of Nigeria had fallen out with President Muhammadu Buhari over the continued detention of high-profile detainees, a source close to the chief justice has denied the claim.
The alleged tearing up of the confessional statement shouldn’t affect the EFCC’s prosecution. The EFCC as an organisation will most likely have other evidence to support its case before it proceeds to court. It should have other things in store that’ll prove that the crime it alleged was committed was indeed committed by the defendant.”