The fourthteen Emir of Kano and a Former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi on Wednesday, called for a proper audit of the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited, adding that the President of Nigeria should not be the Minister of Petroleum.
Sanusi made this known while delivering his remarks at the Bank Directors Summit in Abuja. The former Emir who was CBN governor from June 2009 to February 2014, also noted that his insistence for the Audit of the NNPC, was what cost him his job at the apex bank.
The minister of the federal capital territory, Nyesom Wike, has reacted to protesters who called for his resignation on Wednesday, saying that they have been paid.
The protesters had accused Wike of being inconsiderate of the plight of FCT residents, adding that his actions have been controversial, In the meantime, a video has emerged showing the minister singing and dancing to Tinubu’s song of allegiance “on your mandate, we shall stand”.
Two officers of the Nigeria Police Force were caught on camera, demanding money from a Dutch woman who was on her way to Abuja on a motorcycle.
In the now-viral footage, the officers appeared surprised to see the woman traveling alone on a motorbike, unaware that they were being filmed they stopped her and asked what she brought from her country. Raja, Founder of Happy Town Projects’, a non governmental organization looking to bring happiness to market women and men around Ghana have discovered a talent who goes by the name Mama Toli.
Mama Toli has caught the attention of millions by singing incorrect lyrics of famous songs, one of her viral lyrics was a rendition of ‘Lonely at the Top by Asake.