The Late 5: President Buhari’s rejection of Bills sent to him, the resignation of Mugabe, other stories

These are the top five stories that drove conversation today.

Embattled President of Zimbabwe who was removed as the leader of the ZANU-PF party has finally resigned.

This was announced to lawmakers by the Speaker of the Parliament.


President Buhari has chosen not to sign two bills forwarded to him by the National Assembly.

The two bills are the University of Wukari establishment bill, 2017 and Chartered Institute of Treasury Management establishment bill 2017.


While Nigerians were anticipating speedy passage of the Appropriation Bill, the Nigerian Senate postponed deliberation on the Bill.

The details here.


After winning the election, the ruling party in Anambra, APGA, has praised President Buhari for making sure the recently conducted election in the state went on free and fair.


Ahead of the Calabar Carnival, twenty-six countries have shown interest in participating in the said Carnival.

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