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Good day! Below are News stories around Nigeria and abroad:

1. The management of Kaduna Electric has said it was forced to disconnect power supply to all Ministries, Departments ,Agencies and other facilities belonging to Sokoto and Zamfara state governments after the two states were issued Demand as well as Final Disconnection Notices by the company three weeks ago.
DAILY POST

2. The Independent National Electoral Commission’s Director for Voter Education and Publicity Victor Aluko has described as false allegations that its staff are colluding with certain people to prevent eligible Nigerians from collecting their Permanent Voters Cards, PVCs. DAILY POST

3. The Coalition of South East Youth Leaders has condemned the attack and assassination attempt on the Spokesperson of the Conference of United Political Parties, CUPP, Ikenga Ugochinyere in Akokwa, Imo State.Gunmen suspected to be assassins in large numbers attacked Ikenga at his home in Akokwa, Ideato North Local Government Area of Imo State leading to the killing of his uncle and two other persons.properties in his compound were set ablaze by the assailants.
DAILY POST

4. Flying Eagles head coach Ladan Bosso will now submit his final 21-man list for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations on January 25.
All the 12 participating countries were earlier expected to submit their final list on January 20. DAILY POST

5. Malawi police have arrested two women in their mid-20s after they used kwacha bank notes as decorations for a cake they had baked and posted it on social media.
A police spokesman said the pair had posted the image of the cake festooned with 70 500-kwacha notes – worth 35 dollars on social media as they advertised their cake-making business. DAILY POST

6. Popular Nigerian singer and actor Olawale Ibrahim Ashimi best known as Brymo has tendered an apology to the Igbos over an offensive tweet he made against the ethnic group. DAILY POST

7. Veteran Nollywood actor Femi Ogunrombi, known by the name of the series he led, Papa Ajasco, has passed on.
According to the report, the veteran actor passed away in the late hours of Saturday, January 14. Procyon News

8. Nigeria’s Under 18 and 20 male handball teams have jetted out of the country for the IHF Trophy Continental Championship which will hold in Congo Brazzaville from January 16th to the 20th, 2023. PULSE

9. A court in London has dismissed an attempt by Friends of the Earth to get the British government’s financial support for a gas project in Mozambique to be declared unlawful. BBC

10. Former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has admonished politicians in the country to allow the judiciary to perform its constitutional functions saying society is dynamic. PULSE

Procyon News 

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