Good morning! Here are the top 10 Nigerian news you need to know this Tuesday morning. This 10 news have been gathered from headlines in Newspapers around the country today. So, lets begin our day with vital information.
1. Justice O. Efreti Abang of the Federal High Court sitting in Asaba, Delta State has ordered that Mrs. Fidelia Omoile, a serving Independent National Electoral Commission’ s ( INEC) official in Isoko- South Local Government Area of Delta State, be remanded in prison custody following her arraignment on Monday, on a two- count amended charge, bordering on conspiracy and money laundering, by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC. PoliticsNgr
2. The Federal High Court in Lagos on Monday ordered the temporary forfeiture of a 12-storey building at 27 Marine Road, Apapa, belonging to Senator Peter Nwaoboshi (PDP-Delta North Senatorial District), until the conclusion of investigations. The order followed an application by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and argued by its counsel, George Chia-yakua, against Senator Nwaoboshi and his two companies: Golden Touch Construction Project Limited, and Bilderberg Enterprises Limited. Sahara Reporters
3. It has been revealed that an arrested internet fraudster, Abiodun Joseph, who impersonated the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, on his Facebook account, duped two Nigerian ladies based in the United States of America of various sums of money. Lailas Blog
4. Angry mourners at the Ede residence of Senator Isiaka Adeleke attacked and injured a prominent Ede indigene, Idiat Babalola, who is one of the commissioner-nominees of Governor Rauf Aregbesola for coming to pay her last respects to the departed politician. Punch
5. The Presidential Committee on Ease of Doing Business has slashed deadline for registration of new businesses from 10 to two days and effected a 24-hour timeline for registration of companies. Fabinfos
6. A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos, yesterday, struck out the suit by former Minister of State for Defence, Senator Musiliu Obanikoro against the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, challenging the seizure of his property by the commission. Vanguard
7. The Presidency, last night, rebuffed allegations of selectiveness in the war against corruption made against Muhammadu Buhari’s administration by the erstwhile military governor of Kaduna State, Col. Abubakar Umar, describing him as a frustrated man. Vanguard
8. The naira stabilised against the dollar at the parallel market yesterday. The currency traded between N380 (buying rate) to N385 (selling rate) on Monday afternoon, maintaining the same rate as of Friday. Fabinfos
9. The Lagos State Government has approved the sealing of a Lekki-based Church, This Present House, for violating building regulations.
The church, christened ‘The Dome’ is on Freedom Way, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos. It belongs to a popular pastor, Dr. Tony Rapu. The Nation
10. THE Kano Emirate Council yesterday debunked allegations that Emir Muhammadu Sanusi II inherited N4 billion from his predecessor, the late Alhaji Ado Abdullahi Bayero. The Nation
There you have it on “Fabnews: 10 Nigerian news you need to know this Tuesday morning.” Check back tomorrow for news update.