North Begins Search For Buhari’s 2023 Successor, 22 Dead As Farmers, Herdsmen Clash

2023: Northern Group Begins Search For Buhari’s Successor

 

Northern group under the auspices of Progressive Movement for Democracy (PMD) on Saturday inaugurated steering committee members who were given the mandate to begin the search for  Buhari’s successor come 2023.

They were also given the mandate to search for a credible and reputable candidate that has the interest of the North and will succeed the president.

According to them, the need to commence the process of searching for Buhari’s successor now is to avoid tension, disunity and political crisis that are capable of creating crack in the North.

Speaking during the inaugural meeting of the movement on Saturday, the Interim chairman,  Hon Muhammad Auwal Musa noted that today no northerner is happy over what is happening in the country especially the region.

 

Source: Nigerian Tribune

 

 

Twenty-two People Have Died In Clashes Between Farmers And Herdsmen In Chad

At least 22 people have been killed in clashes between Arab herdsmen and farmers in the southern province of Kabbia.

The rift is believed to be rooted in cattle rustling between the two communities.

Chadian Communications Minister Cherif Mahamat told the AFP news agency that several villages had been set on fire during the clashes and 66 people were arrested and a curfew was in effect in the area.

Clashes between the groups have been raging in the Sahel region off the coast of Chad for decades.

 

Source: Naija News

 

 

Mahrez grabs hat-trick as ruthless City put Burnley to sword

Riyad Mahrez scored his first Manchester City hat-trick as Pep Guardiola’s side beat Burnley 5-0 at Etihad Stadium for the fourth time in a row. The Algerian curled two first-half efforts into the corner to ease any concerns about a perceived City scoring drought.

Benjamin Mendy drove home Kevin de Bruyne’s cross for his first City goal before half-time and Ferran Torres turned home his first Premier League goal after the break following a brief period of Burnley pressure. Mahrez steered the hosts to their biggest win of the season by completing his first treble since scoring all three for Leicester City in a victory at Swansea City in December 2015 as the Foxes marched towards the title.

It could have been worse for visitors Burnley – and their keeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell, who was making his Premier League debut with first-choice Nick Pope missing because of injury. In addition to De Bruyne slamming a shot against a post in the final minute, Torres and Gabriel Jesus both had goals disallowed for offside – with both having involved major mistakes from the Northern Ireland keeper.

 

Source: BBC

 

Kiddwaya’s mum calls for prayers for him and Erica

 

 

Susan Waya, the mother of Reality TV Star Kiddwaya, has called for nation wide prayer following her son and Erica’s Sierra Leone tour.

Sharing photo of her son with Erica, on her official Instagram page, the mom asked fans to pray for the couple, as she said hashtag.

“#plsprayforthem” she wrote.

Kiddwaya’s mother Susan and her husband Terry Waya have always supported their son’s relationship with Erica since they met inside the Big Brother Naija house.

During Erica’s meet and greet in Abuja, Susan Waya also spoked about the couple’s relationship, as she gave her blessings, while declaring she is a “Kidderica” fan.

Source: Lailas News

 

Lagos Judicial Panel: Man recounts how SARS officers allegedly shot at him and killed his girlfriend

 

A man identified as Emmanuel Akomafuwe, appeared before the Lagos state Judicial Panel of Inquiry on Saturday November 28 where he recounted how he was allegedly shot at and his girlfriend simply identified as Adaugo, was allegedly killed by men of the disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) around 7 pm on April 13, 2019.

Akomafuwe, who was the first petitioner in today’s hearing, said he was driving with his girlfriend when men of the disbanded police unit stopped him. He told the panel that when he sought to know why they were stopped, an argument ensued and he was shot in the head by a police officer, he later came to know as Inspector Dan Ojo. He said the inspector also shot his girlfriend, Adaugo in the stomach and leg.

According to Akomafuwe, after the shooting, the police officers who were six in number, took to their heels and left them at the scene to die. He said he survived the incident but his girlfriend died after she was rushed to the hospital.

 

Source: Lindaikeji