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  • PublishedJune 15, 2017


Senate Okays action against Arewa Youth
• As FG assures Igbo of safety
IMO State Governor Owelle Rochas Okorocha, yesterday, gave insight into the meeting South-east leaders had with Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, in Aso rock.


Don’t panic over quit notice – OSINBAJO
• Reassured Ndigbo, says FG’ll tackle issues decisively
• Odinkalu, Egwu, 71 others ask Govt to deal with hate agents
ABUJA – Acting President , Yemi Osinbajo asked Ndigbo not to panic over the quit notice given them by a coalition of Arewa youths to leave the 19 Northern states on or before October 1, saying the Federal Government has made adequate arrangements to Project every citizen of the country.


Senate calls for 2014 Confab report
• As 106 senators move motion for national unity, peaceful coexistence

The senate, on Wednesday, passed a resolution calling for the submission of the of the final report of the 2014 national conference in a bid to address the problems of growing ethnic tension in the country.


Presidency kicks as CCT discharges, acquits Saraki
• Fayose, Ahmed, Kashamu, others hail ruling
• Its sad day for anti-corruption fight, say TI, opadokun
The Presidency on Wednesday described as outrageous and travesties of justics the acquittal of Senate President Bukola Saraki by the Code of conduct Tribunal, which upheld the no-case submission of the Senate President.

19 govs owe teachers
• NUT vows to shut down schools
• Teachers: we’re dying
• Ogun NLC laments 84 months unremitted pension
• 140 Judges begin indefinite strike in Plateau
No fewer than 19 states in the federation owe teachers in public primary and secondary schools several months of accumulative salary arrears, the teachers’ union has revealed.

Osinbajo to Igbo leaders: condemn divisive remarks
• Ag. President meets with Southeast elders
• Fed Govt: no need to panic over quit notice
ACTING President Yemi Osinbajo yesterday took look at developments in some part of the country, urging elders to speak out against what is wrong.

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