Naij.com made a compilation of the most interesting and important news stories for November 4. Check out all the things you might have missed this Wednesday below.
President Buhari in the letter directed the panel to wind down the operations of SURE-P on or before October 31, 2015 and submit a comprehensive report of its activities to the presidency.
Musa Jack Ngonadi, the son of former Nigerian president, General Yakubu Gowon, has been released from a California prison after 22 years.
Soldiers of 5 Brigade Task Group on November 4, Wednesday, destroyed five more Boko Haram camps at Hausari and Baranga in Marte local government areas of Borno state.
Adams Oshiomhole, has ordered a probe of alleged removal of $13 million from the coffers of the government during his reign.
The Nigerian Senate has announced the chairmen of the various committees in the upper chamber today, November 4.
Former national security adviser Sambo Dasuki canceled his medical trip abroad as security agents reportedly planned to re-arrest Col. Dansuki at the airport on his way out of the country.
The motion which was sponsored by Sen. Philip Aduda (PDP FCT) was turned down by a massive shout of ‘’no, no’’ in the house.
President Buhari received Burundian envoys, Maj.-Gen. Evariste Ndayishimiye and Ambassador Dieudonne Kwizera, at the state house in Abuja.
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