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Procyon Radio Major bulletin for Thursday 15, 2022

Good evening! Below are the major bulletin for 6pm news on procyon radio

1. The Federal Government has temporarily opened the entire Abuja-Kaduna-Kano road in a bid to ease traffic movement for commuters during the forthcoming Christmas and New Year seasons. Continue Reading

2. Gombe State Governor, Muhammadu Yahaya, has cautioned residents to ensure the maintenance of peace to enable uninhibited exploration in Kolmani fields. Continue Reading

3. The Patriotic Elders Forum For Peace group, has accused the American government of serially trying to dampen the morale of the Nigerian military in their fight against insurgency and other criminalities in the nation. Continue Reading

4. The elders worried that accusing the military unjustifiably of mass killings of 60 children, without cogent evidence by Americans was yet another means to slow down the victories the Nigerian Army is recording in their effort to keep Nigeria safe. Continue Reading

5. The National President of the Patriotic Elders, Bature AbdulAziz, said in a release he signed that, this was not the first time America is coming with heavy allegations against the military but which could not be justified. Continue Reading

6. The African Export-Import Bank and United State Eximbank have signed a 500million dollar Memorandum of Understanding to boost trade and investment, especially to help revive and strengthen African airlines through re-fleeting. Continue Reading

7. The Federal Government, on Wednesday, approved a new whistleblower draft bill. It also lamented that the existing whistle-blowing policy launched on December 21, 2016, was losing momentum. Continue Reading

8. Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA), on Wednesday, challenged the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to publish the details of politicians buying and storing up Permanent Voter Cards to rig the 2023 general elections. Continue Reading

9. A Kano Upper Shari’a Court sitting at Kofar Kudu, Kano State, today, sentenced to death by hanging an Islamic cleric, Abduljabbar Nasiru Kabara, who was charged with blasphemy. Continue Reading

10. The Nigeria Football Federation has expressed interest to collaborate with countries with pedigree in the game to ensure real growth for Nigerian football at the grassroots. Continue Reading

11. Arsenal has no plan to recall Nigerian-born forward Folarin Balogun from Reims in January. Continue Reading

12. The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, has said his uncle was murdered by Eritrean troops in Ethiopia’s war-torn northern Tigray region. Continue Reading

13. President Vladimir Putin says Russia will expand trade with new partners, including switching gas flows to eastern neighbours. Continue Reading

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