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Kogi Govt Urges Residents To Shun Violent Protests

The Kogi State Government yesterday advised residents of the state to shun any violent protests against President Bola Tinubu’s administration. The information Commissioner, Mr Kingsley Fanwo, who gave the advice in a statement issued in Lokoja, urged the residents to rather join the Not+My-State Movement Against Violent Protest. Fanwo said any protest that could negatively affect the nation’s economy should vehemently be resisted by all and sundry. He said the protests would have been understandable if we were not gradually moving out of the hopeless situation. “But a protest at this point is an attack on the foundation of our

Group To APC: Stop Blaming Lawal For In Security In Zamfara

The Concerned Patriotic Citizens Forum (CPCF) has slammed the Zamfara State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for blaming Governor Dauda Lawal for the security situation in the state. In a statement, President Moses Toro berated the comments by the APC accusing Lawal of disregarding insecurity and "celebrating" at the People Democratic Party (PDP) Governors Forum meeting in Enugu. Toro stated that if anyone is to be blamed for the security situation, it's the APC, not Lawal. The group said: "The attempt by the APC to lay the blame for the dire security situation in Zamfara entirely at the

Lagos Govt Not Imposing Parking Fees On Worshippers, Churches –LASPA

Lagos State Government has clarified that the state’s parking policy will only affect motorists who intend to utilise the newly created 1,800 parking slots of the Lagos State Parking Authority (LASPA). General Manager, LASPA, Mrs Adebisi Adelabu, made the clarification in a statement yesterday in Lagos. Adelabu said the authority was concerned about a recent social media post regarding parking charges for churches and worshippers in Lagos State. She said: “The post incorrectly stated that LASPA on Saturday announced it will from October charge churches and worshippers in Lagos State, who parked vehicles on designated streets around places of worship.

Ban On Unauthorised Use Of Military Camouflage Still In Force –Army

The Nigerian Army (NA) has reiterated that the ban on the unauthorised use of military camouflage remains in full effect. The Director of Army Public Relations, Maj.- Gen. Onyema Nwachukwu, said this in a statement yesterday while reacting to a video depicting a soldier molesting a civilian for wearing Army Desert Camouflage uniform. Nwachukwu said the video footage was a stale audio-visual being circulated by individuals with malicious intent to create tension between the military and the civilian populace. He said only personnel of the Armed Forces of Nigeria and the Nigeria Police Force were legally permitted to wear military

Adamawa Deputy Gov Seeks Infrastructure Protection

Adamawa State Deputy Governor Kaletapwa Farauta has urged residents to protect state infrastructure. Farauta gave the advice during an interaction organised by the Principal Special Assistant to Governor Fintiri on Social Mobilization, Victor Dogo, on Saturday. She said: "It gladdens my heart that we are here today to celebrate the name of the man who has changed the name of Adamawa to gold and as citizens, we have seen and appreciated the development of the state. "Our responsibility is to ensure we protect government infrastructures, I also want to remind us that the governor has policies of infrastructure at heart."

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FG Lauds Diri’s Commitment To Sports

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