Here are the top five stories that drove conversation today.
It seems the whistleblowing policy introduced by the Federal Government is about to lead to some serious issues.
After the Federal Government promised to pay the whistleblower who pointed the EFCC to the cash in an Ikoyi apartment, 9 different Nigerians have approached the agency, claiming the reward.
In a move that could lead to widespread criticism, the Senate has approved President Muhammadu Buhari’s request to borrow $5.5 billion.
Despite threats from IPOB, President Muhammadu Buhari has launched his first visit to the South East since he was elected in 2015. Buhari arrived Ebonyi today and is expected to commission some projects by the state government.
The Federal Government has angered human rights lawyer, Femi Falana again, and he won’t let it slide. The lawyer has vowed to sue the Federal Government after he sustained injuries following his fall into a manhole on his way to his office.
The Super Eagles caused a major upset, after coming from behind to defeat Argentina in a friendly match today.
See names of the goal scorers here.
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