Today's Headlines:Pregnant Woman Slumps After Governor's Aide Slapped Her, GEJ Consoles Pastor Enoch

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1) Bandits kills 14 People In Niger State.

Recently, about 14 persons were killed by bandits at "Yangalu" community in Magama Local Government Area of Niger State.

It's important to know that bandits stormed the community on motorcycles and shot sporadically as people scampered in various directions.

However, an eyewitness said that the bandits destroyed properties including foodstuff of villagers before moving out of the community.

The source explained that the bandits invaded the community killing seven villages and destroyed their properties.

While reacting to the incident, the Chairman of Magama Local Government Council, Sufiyanu Yahaya commiserated with the people affected by the attack and he assured them that steps will be taken to improve the security situation in the council.

2) GEJ Consoles Pastor Enoch.

Recently, Goodluck Jonathan commiserated with Pastor Enoch Adeboye over the death of his son, Pastor Dare.

Jonathan in his condolence message to Adeboye expressed sadness over the passing of the pastor, describing him as a loved clergyman.

Also, Jonathan noted that the late man of God lived a life that was a pattern of good works and finally, Jonathan prayed that God will grant his soul eternal rest.

3) Pregnant Woman Slumps After Governor's Aide Slapped Her.

An environmental security guard known as Mrs Adeola Egbebi slumped on duty at Oja Oba market after she was allegedly slapped by Dr Doyin Odebowale (The Senior Special Assistant to Ondo state governor on special duty)

It's important to know that the worker who is heavily pregnant, was reportedly assaulted by Odebowole for not standing up to greet him like her other environmental workers.

According to a local tabloid within the state (SUNSHINE TRUTH), the governor’s aide was infuriated by the woman’s action and gave her a slap.

4) Nigeria's democracy Must Not Fail —Gbajabiamila warns.

Recently, speaker of the House of Representatives (Femi Gbajabiamila) said that Nigerians must rededicate themselves to the protection of democracy.

He also said that all Nigerians must see nation-building as a ‘joint task,’ saying that each Nigerian has a critical role to play in order to achieve the best vision for the country.

It's important to know that Gbajabiamila made these statements while speaking on Wednesday night in Abuja at the 2021 Press Freedom Awards organised by the "national body of NUJ.

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