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More Nigerians have reacted to the ministerial nomination list sent to the Senate by President Muhammadu Buhari 30th September.

Senate President, Bukola Saraki, yesterday, opened the sealed envelope containing the list and read on the floor of the house. The reading however put an end to speculation and unauthorised list flying across the country.

The list according to the Presidency is the first batch and the Senate would receive another list soon.

President Muhammadu Buhari has applauded support the country has got so far from Britain and Switzerland over the recovery and return of stolen fund stolen from Nigeria.

As the war against terror continues, Nigerian troops have recorded another feat by the arrest of a financier of Boko Haram terrorist group in Borno State. The arrest is another deadly blow on the group that has wrecked havoc in the north eastern part of the country for several years. The Presidency has given a mandate to the military to put an end to terrorism by December.

In Lagos State, the governor, Akinwumi Ambode has disclosed that his government is currently saving 3 Billion monthly by a strategic reduction of cost of governance.

This saving is expected to help the government of Lagos State, the economic nerve centre of the country in providing more amenities for the population.

Nigeria’s senior national football team, the Super Eagles has commenced training in Belgium ahead of the team’s friendly matches against Cameroon and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

According to the teams’s Media Officer, Mr. Toyin Ibitoye, training has also commenced in the camp of the home based Eagles in Port Harcourt.



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