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The Peace Corps of Nigeria, who recently won a legal battle against the Nigerian Police have filed another case against the IG of Police of, Ibrahim Idris, this time for contempt of court.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF), visiting Nigeria, has said that Nigeria still remains a destination point for many investors.
The only concerns the delegation raised was that the investors showed concern for policies put in place to ensure that they would be able to take their money away when they are ready to leave.
The Nigerian Product Marketing Company (NPMC) has said that measures have been put in place to ensure that there is enough fuel to last till next year.
It also warned filling stations hoarding fuel that it would sanction them by distributing their fuel to motorists for free.
The Congress of Yoruba Sons and Daughters have reacted to a statement credited to the governor of Rivers, Nyesom Wike, who said that former President Olusegun Obasanjo was just a waste for Nigeria.
They also highlighted that they can no longer take the insult thrown to Yoruba people and the party’s constant sidelining of Yoruba members in its affairs.
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has asked motorists to drive carefully this season as more and more people travel across the country so that one does not have to mourn the death of a family or friend.
The Corps also asked motorists to try as much as possible to avoid night journeys.