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 I Am Now Jobless -Wike To Wife

The Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike has revealed a romantic conversation with his wife, Eberechi Wike.

The governor, who spoke on Monday night during a dinner/reception organized in his honour to celebrate the ‘Distinguished Award in Infrastructure Delivery’ recently presented to him, said he has delivered his campaign promises.

Wike, who claimed he no longer has a job as governor, revealed that he earlier promised his wife full attention saying, “you will kiss me till you get tired”.

The governor expressed delight that he had fulfilled his promise to the people of the state, stressing that he would be leaving the government house in 2023 with excitement.

Buhari Meets Former UN Sec-Gen In South Korea

President Muhammadu Buhari has met with Ban Ki-Moon, former secretary-general of the United Nations (UN) and chair of Ban Ki-Moon Foundation for Better Future in South Korea.

The meeting was held on the sidelines of the 2022 World Bio Summit, a gathering of health experts, heads of international organisations and leaders of top biopharmaceutical firms, currently taking place in Seoul, the country’s capital.

The Korean government and the World Health Organisation (WHO) are jointly hosting the


Buhari Woos New British Prime Minister

President Muhammadu Buhari has congratulated the new British Prime Minister, Hon Rishi Sunak, on his appointment.

The president in a congratulatory message to the incoming British Prime Minister said he looked forward to the sustenance of the age-long relationship between Nigeria and Britain with Sunak coming into office.

Buhari, according to a statement issued by his spokesman, Garba Shehu, also expressed optimism that the two countries would vigorously pursue the global war against terrorism and food crisis.

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PANDEF Sets Up Flood Relief Committee

The Pan Niger Delta Forum (PANDEF) has announced the constitution of a committee to coordinate relief efforts for victims of flooding in the Niger Delta.

The development comes amid flooding across the country, with hundreds of persons killed and millions displaced.

According to a statement issued on Monday by Ken Robinson, national publicity secretary of the forum, the decision was taken at PANDEF’s “extraordinary meeting” held on October 20.

Zamfara Lifts Ban On Political Rallies

Following improvement in the security situation in some areas, the Zamfara State Government has lifted the ban it imposed on political activities and reopened markets in three local government areas.

The Commissioner for Information in the state, Ibrahim Dosara, disclosed this in a statement on Monday in Gusau.

According to the commissioner, the state government lifted the curfew imposed on Gummi, Anka, and Bukkuyum local government areas due to the resurgence of banditry and kidnapping.

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