Good Morning Nigerians! Here is today’s summary from Nigerian News Paper
1. Nigeria has recorded the highest Covid-19 cases in the Country, with the total number of 663 cases
The NCDC Nigeria confirmed it that Lagos state recorded 170, while State followed with 108 cases
2. The Defense Headquarters Gwoza Borno state has said that troop of 192 Battalion, conducted a well-coordinated commando raid on Boko Hara terrorist hideout in kwatara on the Mandara Mountains.
3. Kaduna State Governor, El-Rufai, said from Wednesday, 10th June 2020, the Quarantine Order will be amended to permit a significant reopening of the state worship and business places.
4. The Niger State Government Relaxes Lockdown imposed on the State, after almost three months, stop help stop the further spread of COVID1-19 in the State.
5. The House of Representatives urges the Federal Government to end the illegal entry of herdsmen into Nigeria from Other African Countries.
6. The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has prepared a proposal, which includes guidelines that would ensure the safe and efficient conduct of its operations.
7. The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kafin Kuka, Kofar Gabas ward of Katagum Local Government Area of Bauchi State, has suspended the Senator representing Bauchi North senatorial district, Adamu Bulkachuwa, over his alleged absenteeism from the constituency since he was elected.
Addressing journalists at the party’s Bauchi North zonal secretariat in Azare, the APC chairman in the ward, Sa’adu Muhammed, alleged that since being inaugurated as a senator, Bulkachuwa had deserted the party and his constituents.
8. A law firm, Rachael Adakole & Co (Lighthouse Chamber), on Tuesday, took possession of the Abuja Headquarters office of Telcom Satellite Ltd. Television (TSTV).
Owned by West African Business Platform Ltd., the claimant, the property was retrieved concerning the judgment by Justice Yusuf Halilu of the FCT High Court in November 2019.
9. The Kano State government has announced the discharge of 46 coronavirus patients from the treatment center in the State.
The State’s Ministry of health, in a tweet via its Twitter account on Tuesday, said the patients were discharged after showing full recovery from the virus.
10. Burundi’s President, Pierre Nkurunziza is dead.
Nkurunziza reportedly died of heart failure on Tuesday, the government said in a statement.
NYSC Director of Press and Public Relations, Adenike Adeyemi, quoted the Director-General of NYSC, Brig. General Shuaibu Ibrahim, as making the comments when the DG of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, Dr. Chikwe Ihekweazu, paid him a courtesy visit in Abuja.