Today’s Daily Brief: Orji pledges to Ikpeazu | Okorocha advises Buhari | More

There is report that Boko Haram attacked the College of Administrative and Business Study (CABS), Potiskum, in Yobe State killing three students with at least twenty others injured.

It was gathered that the insurgents stormed the school around 8:30am Friday.

A reliable source who witnessed the Book Haram onslaught said the heavily armed insurgents numbering about five entered the school through the main gate after killing the security guard and opened fire randomly on students killing three of them.

YNaija

Governor Theodore Orji of Abia State has pledged he will not dictate to his successor, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu, after he vacates the Government House in Umuahia as the state governor on May 29.

Orji says he will encourage Ikpeazu to use his discretion to run the affairs of the state.

The Governor, who stated this at the Government House, Umuahia, when he received in audience, the Ukwa Peoples Assembly on Friday, said he would prove wrong his critics, who had insinuated that he would continue to meddle in the affairs of the state, after handing over power.

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Rochas Okorocha has advised President-elect, Muhammadu Buhari, to prosecute individuals who have stolen from the nation’s coffers.

While lamenting the inability of state governors to pay their workers’ salaries on Thursday, the Imo State Governor who spoke through his Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Sam Onwuemedo, argued that Minister of Finance, Okonjo-Iweala should not have shifted the blame on state governors.

YNaija

As the race for the Senate Presidency gathers momentum, a group, North Central People’s Development Initiative, has called for retention of the position in the North Central geo-political zone.

The group stated this at a press conference in Abuja addressed by its Chairman, Abdulmalik Isah and the Executive Secretary, Ibrahim Ado-Iliyasu.

David Mark, from Benue State in North Central, currently holds the position.

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Oba of Lagos is a lot of things and now, he’s about to be a whistleblower and/or snitch for President-elect, Muhammadu Buhari. Oba Rilwan Akiolu has indicated his intention to expose the people who worked against Buhari during the 2015 election.

YNaija

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