FG To Pay Jobless Youths N20k Monthly, Davido Buys Banana Island Mansion + 135 COVID-19 Patients Discharged

Good evening. Here are the top news headlines for today;

 

FG To Pay Jobless Youths N20,000 Monthly To Sweep Markets, Clear Gutters

In a bid to curb the high rate of unemployment in the country, the Federal Government has rolled out a scheme which will see unemployed youths in rural areas earning N20,000 per month, The PUNCH reports.

The youths will be engaged in the clearing of drainages, sweeping markets, road maintenance, traffic control, and cleaning of public infrastructures like health centres and schools…READ MORE>>>

 

Davido Buys Mansion In Banana Island

Davido [Instagram/DavidoOfficial]

Nigeria music star, Davido has gotten for himself a new mansion located in the Banana Island axis of Lagos.
In a series of videos shared via his Instagram stories on Friday, May 29, 2020, Davido took his friends on a guided tour of his new home…READ MORE>>>

 

Borno Discharges 135 Coronavirus Patients At Once

Borno State Government has discharged 135 COVID-19 patients. The patients, who initially tested positive for the virus, later tested negative twice upon treatment…READ MORE>>>

 

Oshiomhole May Not See 2023 As APC National Chairman – Primate Ayodele

The leader of INRI Evangelical spiritual church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, has warned Adams Oshiomhole, National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, APC, to be cautious of his activities.

Ayodele warned that Oshiomhole may not be APC’s National Chairman in 2023 if he is not careful…READ MORE>>>

 

Buhari Trusts Women More Than Men – Garba Shehu

Buhari trusts women more than men - Garba Shehu

Garba Shehu, the Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity to President Muhammadu Buhari, has disclosed that his principal trusts women more than men. The Presidential Spokesperson disclosed this while making an appearance in an NTA programme on Friday May 29…READ MORE>>>

 

5th Anniversary: Buhari Has Led Nigeria Backward By 60 Years, Says HURIWA

The Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA) has lamented that the current government has dragged Nigeria backward in terms of all identifiable human development indices by about 60 years or more…READ MORE>>>

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