The Late 5: Emir Sanusi recommends drug test for public office holders, CAF leaves out Victor Moses from its final list and, other top stories

These are the top five stories that drove conversation today.

The Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II has advised that public officers and traditional rulers surrender themselves to drug tests so to ascertain that the fight against drug abuse is real.


When Nigerians are thinking of a way out of the economic hardship, the DG of VON has said that President Buhari’s absence in the first part of 2017 was a problem for Nigeria.


CAF has released the final list of nominees for the African Player of the Year Awards and surprisingly, Victor Moses name is absent.


President Buhari has rewarded the Military Chiefs who have helped the country fight insurgency in the North East.

The president extended the tenure of the Military Chiefs.


Relieving Nigerians of the trauma they would have gone through trying to enjoy this festive period, PENGASSAN has called off its strike.

The strike began today but, after a meeting with Ibe Kachikwu and Chris Ngige, the strike was called off.

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