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January 5, Top National News You Need To Know

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Chelsea manager, Frank Lampard, has insisted he is “unconcerned,” by speculation surrounding his future at the club and his only focus is turning around their slump. The Blues have now won only one of their last seven matches in all competitions, after losing 3-1 to Manchester City on Sunday.


The governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the 2019 election in Enugu State, Senator Ayogu Eze, has said the party would take over the Government House in 2023. Ayogu spoke at the weekend when he presented foodstuff and cash to party members for the New Year. According to him, two more governors in the Southeast were on their way to join the APC.



Ebonyi State Governor David Umahi on Monday ordered the arrest of circulators of a video on social media that Fulani herdsmen were being attacked and chased out of the state. The governor said at a news conference in Abakaliki that the video was faked. He ordered security agencies to investigate the source of the video and arrest the circulators.


Emir of Daura Umar Faruq has lost his younger brother Abdullahi Umar in an auto crash along Katsina/Daura Road. Umar died in the road accident on Sunday along with his two friends. Katsina State Governor Aminu Masari arrived in Daura on Monday to condole with the emir over the loss.


Minister of Information and Culture Lai Mohammed has again ruled out any plan to impose a fresh lockdown on the country. He stated this on Monday as the country battles the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. On the issue of lockdown, I don’t think there is any time when the Federal Government has said it is going to have a second lockdown,” Mohammed said at a conference in Lagos.



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