These are the top five stories that drove conversation today.
The Christian Association of Nigeria, today, visited President Muhammadu Buhari at the State House and asked that payment of salaries be made paramount.
Meanwhile, the President has moved back to his abandoned office – an office the Presidency said was infested with rats a couple of months ago.
On the Ikoyigate saga, the Acting Chairman of the EFCC, Ibrahim Magu said the whistleblower who led them to the money had become a millionaire.
In reaction, Counsel to the said whistleblower debunked claims of any payment, saying his client has been abandoned.
Still on the Kaduna teachers issue, the NUT has condemned the said test that was carried out – failed by most of the teachers.
They also threatened a nationwide strike.
The court has dismissed attempts by the suspected billionaire kidnapper, Evans, to stop murder charges the Lagos State Government filed against him.