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Procyon Radio Major bulletin for Tuesday 21, 2022

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

1. The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has urged media practitioners to avoid landmines and breaking news syndrome, while reporting the 2023 general elections. CONTINUE READING

2. The chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Arewa Consultative Forum, Ambassador Shehu Malami, is dead. CONTINUE READING

3. The Federal Road Safety Corps has said that from January to December this year, it recorded 9,483 crashes with 4,427 deaths. CONTINUE READING

4. Akwa Ibom State High Court in Okoita, Ibiono Ibom Local Government Area, as sentenced one Kingsley Etim Eyo, to 10 years in prison for abducting his six-year-old cousin, Goodnews Essien. CONTINUE READING

5. The Minister of State for Health, Ekumankama Nkama has lamented the acute shortage of doctors, nurses and other health professionals in government hospitals across all levels (local, state and federal) including tertiary health institutions due to the increasing migration syndrome. CONTINUE READING

6. A former Senior Special Assistant to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Dr Doyin Okupe, was on Monday found guilty of receiving over 200 million naira cash from a former National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki. CONTINUE READING

7. Oluwatobiloba Amusan has been named the best women’s athlete in Africa and fifth best in the globe by the World Athletics. CONTINUE READING

8. FIFA went against its rules by allowing Qatar to dress Argentina’s Lionel Messi in a black Arab robe before the World Cup trophy presentation, as pointed out by former Tottenham Hotspur defender, Ramon Vega, on Twitter. CONTINUE READING

9. The founder and CEO of the failed cryptocurrency exchange FTX, Sam Bankman-Fried has agreed to be sent to the United States to face fraud charges. CONTINUE READING

10. The Commercial Bank of Ethiopia said it has resumed financial services in some towns in the war-torn region of Tigray, enabling residents to access their funds after a shutdown lasting more than a year. CONTINUE READING



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