The Big 5: Pensioner’s protest march, the concern for Ikoyigate’s whistleblower and, other stories

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

There is a scheduled friendly match between Argentina and Nigeria today in Russia and the Super Eagles, Gernot Coach has assured that he has a game plan.

He said this as Lionel Messi has been dropped for the game, where Aguero and Dybala lead the Argentina strike.

We await the outcome of the game.

The House of Representatives has responded to the Maina issue and have written a letter to the EFCC to immediately arrest the former pension boss.

The PACAC Chairman, Prof Sagay has said the Federal Government is interested in making sure the whistleblower who led the EFCC to the Ikoyi cash does not spend his commission lavishly.

He said the money might cause mental issues and so, the disbursement has to be handled carefully.

As President Buhari is set to visit Ebonyi and Anambra state, the Presidency has insisted that the South East has not been marginalised in the present administration.

Thousands of pensioners in Oyo marched yesterday to protest 56-month arrears owed them.

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