The past 24 hours have recorded interesting happenings both on the local, state, national, and international scenes. Below are top news
Former President Jonathan’s appointment as ISCP-Africa, an association of incumbent and former heads of state and their deputies, established in 2019 by the Universal Peace Federation UPF, an organization in general consultative status with the United Nations (UN), the party said in a congratulatory message “is in recognition of his leadership qualities as a democrat as well as his resounding success in peacekeeping efforts across the world.”
With 24-year-old Uche Eke, Nigeria will present a gymnast at the Tokyo Olympics, a thing that has never happened since 1952 when the country started participating in Olympics. Eke, who is Nigeria’s first gymnast at the Olympics, is expected to fly the Nigeria colours on Saturday, July 24.
With the draws for the preliminary round of matches for the 2021/22 CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup less than a month away, clubs in the Nigeria Professional Football League are faced with a heavy fixture schedule.
Gunmen have released a medical practitioner, Solomon Nidiamaka, who was kidnapped on Monday in Kogi State. Recall that Nidiamaka, who works at the General Hospital, Ugwolawo in Ofu Local Government Area of the state, was whisked away by gunmen from the premises of the hospital.
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The senator representing Anambra Central in the nation’s upper legislature, Senator Uche Ekwunife has given reasons for her absence during the voting for electronic results transmission. The senator said she is fully in support of electronic transmission of election results, adding that her absence was because she had scheduled programmes in her constituency.
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