ALL THE RELEVANT NEWS: SUNDAY

ALL THE RELEVANT NEWS: SUNDAY

Ondo Election: Results declared by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) at collation centres of 14 local government areas show Akeredolu leads with 213,251 votes while Eyitayo Jegede of PDP has 159, 871 votes.

President Buhari has charged Nigerians to drop personal and sectional aspirations for the overall interest of the nation; he said this in an address at the Nigerian Defense Academy (NDA) Kaduna for the Passing Out Parade/Commissioning and Oath Taking Ceremony of the 67 Regular Course and Short Service Course 46 (Army).
* Also in Kaduna, he commiserated with the family of Yar’Adua over the death of Hajiya Rabi, mother-in-law of his late friend and classmate, General Shehu Musa Yar’Adua

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Accountant General of the Federation has in a letter to universities formally stopped salaries of lecturers not on IPPIS – the Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information System

CBN has directed all banks operating in the country to always observe strict compliance with SWIFT Universal Confirmation Requirements.
* Reports say the CBN on Friday debited banks of Cash Reserve Ratio (CRR) worth N462.7 billion for breach of its lending policy,

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The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission says power distributors that fail to supply the required quantum of electricity under the new service reflective tariff regime will compensate the affected consumers for defaulting in service delivery.

Over 2,000 participants are expected at the Nigeria Mining Week which kicks off next week Monday.

Anti-SARS protests continued in some states; one death reported in Oyo State

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COVID-19 Update: Nigeria on Saturday recorded 111 new cases.
So far, 60103 cases have been confirmed, with 51711 recoveries and 1115 deaths.
* President Trump’s physician, Conley has cleared him to return to an active schedule, but has not said whether he has produced a negative coronavirus test.
*The world has recorded its highest number of daily Covid-19 cases since the pandemic began, fueled by a second wave in Europe.
*The US saw its highest number of daily coronavirus cases since August, which physicians fear could be the start of the “dreaded second wave.”
*India topped 7 million Covid-19 cases Sunday, according to its Health Ministry, confirming 74,383 new infections in the past 24 hours.

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