Today’s Headlines: Dele Momodu Warns Wike To Apply Brakes, We’ve Convicted 1000 On Terrorism–Malami

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Today’s headlines: Dele Momodu warns Wike to put brakes on, We Convict 1000s of Terrorism-Malami Welcome to #Today039s #Headlines #Dele #Momodu #Warns #Wike #Apply #Brakes #Weve #Convicted #TerrorismMalami 50Mind S BlogHere is the latest breaking news and trending broadcast for you today: :

Dele Momodu warned Wike to put on the brakes

Former Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential aspirant, Dele Momodu has called on Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike to gently thread him before it is too late.

The remark comes against the backdrop of an internal tussle between the governor of Rivers and the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Abubakar Atiku.

“Many politicians survive only on power. I love you, my brother. But someone needs to be able to tell you the truth. Generals do not fight on many fronts. Please, put the brakes on before it’s too late,” he said.

We have convicted 1000 people on terrorism – Malami

The Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, has said that about 1,000 terror suspects have been convicted in 18 months.

Malami disclosed this at the 46th session of the Ministry of State for Interior organized by the Presidential Communication Team in Abuja on Thursday.

He said that during the period under review, the ministry has been involved in 312 cases ranging from terrorism to maritime crimes, armed robbery, cyber-crime and kidnapping.

‘Terrorists have taken over Kaduna, banning political activities ahead of 2023 general elections’ – Governor El-Rufai writes to President Buhari

Governor Nasir El-Rufai says terrorists are consolidating their grip on communities in the state with a parallel government and permanent operational base in the North-West state.

According to Premium Times, Rufai disclosed this in a memo he sent to President Muhammadu Buhari in late July.

The terrorists, linked to Ansaru al-Musulmina fi Bilad al-Sudan, are believed to have moved to Birnin Gwari in Kaduna State after they split from Boko Haram in 2012.

JUST IN: Education professors’ colleges call off strike

Nigerian lecturers led by the College of Education Academic Staff Union have suspended their ongoing strike for a period of 60 days, The Punch reports.

The decision was taken at the National Executive Council meeting held in Abuja.

PUNCH reports that COEASU had launched a strike on June 10, 2022 to push forward its demands and find a permanent solution to the challenges facing colleges of education in the country.

Unions like the Academic Staff Union of Universities urged the government to adopt a university transparent accountability system for salaries and allowances of lecturers.

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