Today’s Headlines: Rich people are biggest problem of Nigeria–Kwankwaso, Buhari arrives Abuja from Mauritania

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Today’s Headlines: Rich people are biggest problem of Nigeria–Kwankwaso, buhari arrives Abuja from Mauritania

Rich people’ are biggest problem of Nigeria – Kwankwaso

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Presidential candidate of the New Nigeria People’s Party, NNPP, Rabiu Kwankwaso said the rich people are the biggest problem of Nigeria.

Kwankwaso, a former two-term governor of Kano stated this while addressing stakeholders on his vision for Nigeria at Chatham House, a world-leading policy institute and think-tank forum.

He said, “Forget about the big people, who are actually the problem of our country…”

The presidential candidate of the NNPP further stated, “With supporters at the grassroots level, we are the only party today and we’ve succeeded …in Northern Nigeria today in terms of votes and support. Now we are working in the Southern part of the country.”

JUST IN: buhari arrives Abuja from Mauritania

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The President, Major General Muhammadu buhari (retd.), has arrived Abuja from Nouakchott, the Mauritanian capital where he attended the Third Forum of the African Conference for Peace.

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buhari’s Leonardo AW139 helicopter conveying him from the Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport arrived at Aso Rock Villa a few minutes before 04:00 pm; concluding his first foreign trip in 2023.

In Mauritania, the President revealed that his regime spent over $1bn to reclaim Boko Haram-held territories in Borno, Adamawa and Yobe since 2015.

Pope seeks prayers for slain Nigerian priest

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Pope Francis has called for prayers for the soul of a Nigerian priest who was murdered last Sunday.

He also seeks prayers for the suffering people of Ukraine.

At the General Audience on Wednesday, Pope Francis asked the audience to remember in their prayers the many Christians who suffer violence directly.

According to Vatican News, the pope spoke in particular about Father Isaac Achi of the Diocese of Minna in northern Nigeria, who was murdered last Sunday in his parish residence.

Ondo govt. grants 6 months maternity leave

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The Ondo State Government announced on Wednesday that maternity leave would be extended to six months as part of efforts to ensure a total child development.

Pastor Kayode Ogundele, the State Head of Service, said this while receiving members of the Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA), Ondo State chapter, in his office in Akure.

Ogundele said the move was to build a society where children raised had all that was required in terms of maternal care.

Medical experts, he claims, agree that breastfeeding should be limited to the first six months.

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