A round of top news headlines across Nigeria this morning as they unfold, Bank robbery in osun state and other stories .
👉 According to osun state police command , two bank attacks in State around Apomu and Ikire communities by suspected armed robbers has led to the state of seven peoples including two police officers and two constables .
👉 House of Representatives has kept silent on the amendment of the Electoral Act ahead of the 2023 general elections.
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👉 Ohanaeze Ndigbo vice president Chief Damian Okeke-Ogene has praised twitter response to delete president Muhammadu Buhari controversial tweet on Nigerian Civil War from 1967 and 1970.
👉 panic in kwara community , as assassin’s invaded Lamba village in the Asa Local Government Area, and subsequently killed a Fulani leader, Alhaji Abdullahi Hardo-Buruku , while shops where also burgled .
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👉 In calabar , one Mr Emmanuel Friday Udofah has been accused of raping a minor who came seeking for a job in a hotel , where the said Mr Emmanuel was in charge .
👉 Gunmen kidnaps school attendant in Oba-ile Estate of Akure North Local Government Area of Ondo state in the early hours of Thursday .
👉 Mr. Abubakar Malami, the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, has described as false and fictitious, a report alleging that he sent a secret memo to President Muhammadu Buhari, urging him to suspend the 1999 Constitution and declare martial law in the country.
👉 A joint formed party by oppositions in Isreal , has agreed to work together to unseat veteran Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
👉 On wednesday troops of Operation Hadin Kai in conjunction with Air Component were said to have killed 50 members of the Islamic State West Africa Province in Borno state .
👉 FBI ( federal bureau of investigation ) has arrested one Mr Charles Onus of Nigerian decent for his alleged involvement in diverting $800,000 into prepaid debit cards.
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