This is a roundup of some of the breaking news in Nigeria for Today, Friday, July 12, 2019
Biafra: IPOBs Nnamdi Kanu Releases Evidence On Plans By Buhari To Fulanize Nigeria
The IPOB leader who had always accused theBuhari administrationof plans to Fulanize Nigeria, carved out his new evidence from the newly introduced international passport.
Just In: Buhari Meets National Assembly Leaders Behind Closed Doors
PresidentMuhammadu Buharion Thursday met with leaders of the National Assembly at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
Naija Newsgathered that Senate President Ahmed Lawan led the leaders of the 9th National Assembly to the meeting with Buhari.
Appeal Court Fixes Date To Deliver Judgement On Buharis Certificate Saga
The Appeal Court has fixed tomorrow (Friday) to rule on a suit challenging the qualification of PresidentMuhammadu Buharito contest the 2019 Presidential Election.
Naija Newsrecalls that the Appeal Court had on Mondayreserved judgment in the suit after listening to the arguments by counsel to parties involved.
Buhari Makes Shocking Revelation On 1st Term Ministers, Says He Is Under Pressure
PresidentMuhammadu Buharihas stated that he is under tremendous pressure to name ministers for his second term in office.
He made this known while speaking at a dinner with leaders of theNational Assemblyon Thursday night at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
Femi Fani-Kayode Speaks On Hating Northerners
The Minister of Aviation under the Goodluck Jonathan administration,Femi Fani-Kayode, has denied the alleged motion by some northerners that hates the north.
Speaking on the allegation through his twitter handle, he stated that someone said he hates the north. He explained in his tweets that it is a false claim he hates any northerner.
Shiites, Police Clash Again At Federal Secretariat
The dramatic protest of the members of theIslamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN)against the federal government has continued earlier today.
The continuous faceoff of the Islamic movement has led to the injury of somesecurity operativesand arrest of nothing less than 40 members of the organisation.
Author: Enioluwa Adeniyi