Sunday, February 5, 2023


Good day! Below are News stories across Nigeria and Abroad :

1. President Muhammadu Buhari has received an award for strengthening peace in African.He was given the award in Mauritania by the Abu Dhabi Peace Forum. NAIJA NEWS

2. The spokesperson for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential campaign council, Daniel Bwala has said that former President Olusegun Obasanjo is trying to fulfill his third term agenda through Peter Obi but warned that their plans for a third term can’t succeed. NAIJA NEWS

3. The Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment Otumba Adeniyi Adebayo has expressed the Federal Government’s commitment to promoting the development of the cotton subsector of the economy. GUARDIAN

4. An Abuja-based legal practitioner and head of Tax Advisory and Regulatory Services ‘Andersen Nigeria’ Michael Ango has been elected the first African president of the Ethics Committee of Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA). GUARDIAN

5. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has signalled that he intends to bring the next general election forward by one month to May 14. GUARDIAN

6. Popular Hausa skit maker Kamal Iliyasu known as Kamal Aboki has passed away.
The comedian died in a fatal motor accident on his way from Borno to Kano State on Monday. LEADERSHIP

7. The 2023 edition of Miss Universe has caused outrage on social media.
R’Bonney Gabriel became the new Miss Universe 2023 on Saturday at the 71st edition since the pageant was first held.
The 28-year-old fashion designer who represents the United States won the crown in a tightly contested competition that has been trailed by controversy. LEADERSHIP

8. Tottenham’s manager Antonio Conte believes that he should not be held solely responsible for the team’s poor performance.
Antonio Conte who left at least three elite clubs before he joined Tottenham over a season ago said that other people at Tottenham should also be held accountable for the club’s poor run. NAIJA NEWS

9. DR Congo’s President Felix Tshisekedi has accused Rwanda of being the source of instability in the region in a sharp response to comments made by a Rwandan cabinet minister Claire Akamanzi at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

10. The Executive Secretary of the National Commission for Colleges of Education Paulinus Chijioke Okwelle has said that the commission has trained 600 Colleges of Education lecturers on ICT to ensure they combine the conventional methods of teaching and digital to align with global best practices. LEADERSHIP




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