Naij.com team has gathered the most interesting and important news on November 10. Check out all the news you might have missed today below!
Following the recent sack off 17 permanent secretaries on November 9, President Muhammadu Buhari has announced the names of the new replacements for the federal government.
The new governor-elect of Taraba state, Aisha Alhassan, popularly known as Mama Taraba, hosted the APC’s national women leader, Ramatu Tijani Aliyu, in her Abuja mansion.
Chairman of the national conference of the PDP, Chief Raymond Dokpesi, has said that the party made a huge mistake by fielding former president, Goodluck Jonathan, in the 2011 and 2015 presidential elections. The Edo high chief insisted that the party imposed Jonathan on them and it may have been responsible for the party’s dismal performance in the last elections.
The former president Goodluck Jonathan arrived in the United States of America as a guest of the Presidential Precinct in Charlottesville, Virginia. The Presidential Precinct, a global institution designed to empower the next generation of leaders, is currently hosting Jonathan for his role in Nigeria’s smooth democratic principles, peace and people-oriented governance.
One of the key promises of Muhammadu Buhari during the presidential campaign was to eradicate corruption in Nigeria. Barrister Leo Ekpenyong writes open letter to the president, advising him to strengthen anti-graft campaign with incorruptible helmsmen.
Chief Charles Idahosa, the special adviser on political matters to the Edo state governor, Adams Oshiomhole, has said that the reason why the PDP keeps failing at the election petition tribunals is that the party never believed in a free and fair election for the sixteen years it was in power.
The national leader of the APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, has described the Taraba state governorship election tribunal’s judgment as a victory for all women. He congratulated the people of Taraba for having the first female governor-elect in Nigeria, but futher said the battle was not yet over.
A young but talented boy from Enugu state has constructed an aeroplane with the help of locally sourced materials. Although the mini airplane has no engine, it looks like a real jet and even can contain two or three passengers.
Twenty years after the death of the late Nigerian writer and environmental activist, Ken Saro Wiwa, his memories still stay fresh in the minds of many Nigerians, especially the people of Ogoniland.
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