The Big 5: These are the stories you should be monitoring today

These are the top five stories you should be monitoring today.

  1. Frozen $15m: Patience Jonathan demands N200m damages

Former first lady, Patience Jonathan has filed a $200m fundamental human rights against the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and Skye Bank over her frozen $15m.

2. This is why Bobrisky is ‘the most qualified speaker’ for a New Media conference

We want to assume that you already know, in detail, the kerfuffle over Idris Okuneye (Bobrisky) speaking at a New Media Conference – organized by Enough is Enough Nigeria, BudgIT and Paradigm Initiative Nigeria, happening tomorrow in Abuja.

3. I did not spend N2.1bn on sweet, juice in 2014 -Yero

Immediate past governor of Kaduna Alh. Muhktar Ramalan Yero on Wednesday said he did not spend N2.1b on sweet and juice in 2014, as alleged by the state’s Commissioner for Budget and Planning, Mohammad Abdullahi.

4. FG directs imediate release of N65bn for Social Investment Programme

The Minister of State for Budget and National Planning, Zainab Ahmed says the Federal Government has directed that the sum of N65bn be released immediately for the take-off of its National Social Investment Programme.

5. Army confirms return of missing soldiers

The Nigerian Army on Wednesday confirmed that some of its soldiers who were attacked in the border town of Gashigar in Borno, had returned.

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  1. Comment:her name is pationce.so she has to bear her name in this case.

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