Dozens killed in attack in northern Nigeria – BBC News

Dozens killed in attack in northern Nigeria  BBC News Buratai briefs President on North East, confirms death of 1429 terrorists, arrest of 116 spies  Guardian Nigeria Buratai: Over 1400 Boko Haram Terrorists Neutralised In Two Months  Channels Television Insurgency: Buratai, Defence Minister in closed door meeting  The Nation Newspaper Buratai: Troops killed 1,429 Boko Haram insurgents in two months  TheCable

Tinubu: Why we disbanded political groups in Lagos APC – TheCable

Tinubu: Why we disbanded political groups in Lagos APC  TheCable Tinubu, Aregbesola shoot down rumours of rift between them  Guardian Tinubu denies fighting Aregbesola, Lagos APC bans groups  The Punch BREAKING: Tinubu bans Aregbesola’s political group in Lagos as cold war worsens  TheCable No cold war between Tinubu, Aregbesola — Aide  Vanguard View Full coverage on Google News

INEC Confirms Direct Primary For Edo APC, Indirect For PDP – SaharaReporters.com

INEC Confirms Direct Primary For Edo APC, Indirect For PDP  SaharaReporters.com Pressure Mounts on APC to Disqualify Obaseki from Governorship Race  THISDAY Newspapers Oshiomhole, Obaseki extend war to gov’s varsity certificate  The Punch Setback for Obaseki as INEC confirms direct primary for Edo APC  TheCable Alleged Forgery: Obaseki Duly Earned His Certificates – Osagie  Channels Television View Full coverage on

INEC Confirms Direct Primary For Edo APC, Indirect For PDP

The Independent National Electoral Commission has confirmed that the All Progressives Congress in Edo will select its candidate for the September governorship election through direct primary. INEC in a statement signed by its spokesperson, Festus Okoye, on Tuesday, said the APC leadership had indicated that direct primary will hold on June 22. The statement further

Restrict Movement Of Herdsmen From Other African Countries Into Nigeria To Stop Attack On Farmers —Reps Tell President Buhari

The House of Representatives has asked the President Muhammadu Buhari-led government to impose movement restrictions on herdsmen from other African countries to stop attacks on Nigerian farmers. Attacks by armed Fulani herdsmen continue to occur in farming communities all over Nigeria, leading to deaths, destruction and massive displacement. At plenary on Tuesday, Ndidi Elumelu (PDP-Delta)