The Late 5: Firdaus’ case gets the attention of Reps, David Mark faults EFCC’s claims and, other top stories

These are the top five stories that drove conversation today.

The main opposition party, PDP has claimed that President Buhari is building prisons for its members. Most likely on the premises that the President wants to ‘disturb’ the party’s planned take over in 2019.

Then, in another development, a faction of the PDP opened a new secretariat in Abuja and called the new faction, “Fresh PDP”.


Former Senate President, David Mark has described as baseless, an accusation by the Federal Government that he purchased his house in Apo Legislative Quarters Abuja illegally.

Mark said the EFCC was chasing shadows because he duly bought the property in line with the Federal Government’s monetisation policy.


Still on the #EndSARS issue, lawyer, Femi Falana has said the operatives of the said Police Unit are recruits from other armed forces, and so, they are trained to kill.

Also, reacting to the campaign, PCRC in Cross River faulted the call to scrap SARS as they have been very useful.


While Nigerians are still worried over the fuel scarcity in the country, NNPC has revealed plans to help in power generation.


The House of Representatives has waded in to Ms Amasa Firdaus’ issue.

The House directed its Committees on Justice and Judiciary to investigate the matter and make appropriate recommendations to the floor.

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published.

cool good eh love2 cute confused notgood numb disgusting fail