Good morning! Here is the present rundown from Nigerian Newspapers:
1. President Ashraf Ghani left Afghanistan on Sunday after Taliban warriors entered the capital Kabul, covering their re-visitation of force twenty years subsequent to being constrained out by U.S.- drove powers. A delegate of the Taliban said the gathering was minding Ghani’s whereabouts. Some neighborhood web-based media clients marked him a “quitter” for leaving them in chaos.
2. The Plateau state police order has captured an aggregate of 20 suspects regarding the killing of approximately 25 explorers in Rukuba space of Plateau’s Jos north LGA on Saturday. The Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Usman Baba, on Sunday requested the quick arrangement of Police Intervention Team to Plateau State to do an on-the-spot assessment.
3. The Minister of Labor and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige yesterday, said the FG set ban on business in light of the fact that the economy was not fit. The previous Anambra State lead representative talked on Saturday at his Abuja home while getting the Traditional Ruler of Nnewi town, Igwe Kenneth Orizu (III) who paid him a politeness visit.
4. Obscure shooters yesterday, assaulted a Fulani settlement in Dogon-Ruwa people group, Kwali Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory, FCT Abuja, captured four herders while others were left harmed. The Public Relation Officer, PRO, Ardo of Fulani of Gwomani chiefdom, Malam Haruna Gambo, affirmed the episode to newsmen on Sunday evening.
5. Around 21 military volunteers were killed in a mishap in Jigawa State after their vehicle lowered in water along the Gwaram/basirka street in the state. Police representative man ASP Lawan Shiisu Adam affirmed the accident.
6. Lead representative Babagana Zulum has said the continuous acquiescence of Boko Haram warriors has left the state with two amazingly tough spots. In an articulation by his extraordinary guide Isa Gusau, Zulum said the circumstance required assorted partners including agents of assaulted networks, to meet up and fundamentally audit the geniuses, cons and ramifications of the surrender.
7. The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) says the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) have initiated “underhand gear” in front of 2023. In an explanation on Sunday, National Chairman, Uche Secondus said each sign highlight the “deplorable reality” that President Muhammadu Buhari and the APC are not pursuing leading free and reasonable elections.
8. The All Progressives Congress (APC’s) competitor, Engineer Ahmed Manir, has been proclaimed champ of the Lere House of Representatives Federal Constituency by-political race in Kaduna State. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC’s) retuning official, Professor Wada Adamu Attah proclaimed the outcome on Sunday.
9. Barcelona won their first La Liga match of the post-Lionel Messi period with a 4-2 triumph that saw Real Sociedad mount a late meeting on Sunday night. Their season-opening match at Camp Nou comes following a show filled week that saw club legend Messi join Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer.
10. The Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Ibrahim Muhammad will on Monday swear-in Justice Husseini Baba-Yusuf as the acting Chief Judge of the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and five khadis for the Sharia Court of Appeal, FCT. As indicated by an assertion by the media assistant to the CJN, Ahuraka Yusuf Isah, the occasion is planned for 11 am at the Supreme Court.
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