Breakfast News; (1-6, September 2019)

LEADERSHIP

  • Zimbabwe president, Robert Mugabe dies at 95. 
  • Nigeria, Botswana, Lesotho and Zambia issue travel alert to citizens going to South Africa.
  • House of Representatives will authorise legal funding for victims of xenophobia attack in SA. 


ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

  • Fasola says access to housing is now much easier.
  • South Africa temporarily shuts down high commission in Nigeria.
  • Nigeria boycotts world economic forum in South Africa due to the recent xenophobia attacks in its citizens.
  • To ensure no officer dies fighting criminals, Nigerian policemen to get body amour.
  • Air peace delays airlifting of Nigerians in South Africa due to expired travel documents of most citizens willing to leave the country.


SECURITY/INSURGENCY

  • Two more suspect on FBI list, Chika Augustine and Godspower Nwachukwu were arrested by EFCC.
  • EFCC arrest Ponzi Scheme operators in Kano, recovers firearms. 
  • Nigerian police arraign 83 people over shoprite looting.
  • 16 years old, Shahid Lawal drowns in Kano. Body found floating in a pond.

MEDIA

  • United States media organisation has called for the release of Sowore.
  • Nigeria’s reacts on recent attacks and murders in South Africa. Shoprite hijacked by protesters.
  • Tiwa Savage drops stunning visuals for her new single "49.99".
  • Miss Nigeria to crown 43rd queen. Admissions are open to 19-27 years of age. 
  • Clash between herders and farmers leave one dead in Jigawa.

GOSSIP

  • Police seal venue of Bobrisky’s birthday party. 
  • Ahead of her engagement in Ilaro, Ogun state, big brother Bambam holds bridal shower.
  • Cross River state; Angry youths beat a pastor and sets his church ablaze for being a fake man of God.
  • Truck destroys bridge in Bayelsa. Cuts off a community. 

HEALTH
WHO- Improvement in nutrition could save the lives of 3.7m people in 2025

Quotes

Only true friends leave footprints in your hearts when problem arises. Cherish them, as you cannot buy the right support system.

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