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Latest News In Nigeria, March 19, 2023: Top 10 Headlines For Sunday

Welcome to AllNews morning roundup of the top 10 latest Nigerian news today, Sunday March 19, 2023.

Elections: Soldier Shoots Former Councillor Over Ballot Box Snatching

A soldier keeping an eye on elections in Kano has shot dead a former councillor, Ibrahim Nakuzama for allegedly taking a ballot box.

Nakuzama was a councillor at Getso of Gwarzo local government area. Read more here.

Elections: Kano APC Asks Supporters To Flood Collation Centres

The Kano Chapter of the ruling All Progressives Congress has asked all the party's agents, supervisors, supporters and other stakeholders to go to their respective collation centres to guard their votes.

The Spokesperson for the Gawuna/Garo Campaign Council, Malam Muhammad Garba, made the call in a statement issued in Kano on Saturday. Read more here.

Ondo Assembly Election Marred By Voter Apathy

Reports reaching AllNews Nigeria indicates that the House of Assembly election in Ondo State has been marred by low turnout of voters.

It was observed in Akure, the Ondo State capital that few accredited voters turned up to vote at some of the polling units. Read more here.

Election: Food Vendors Lament Low Sales In Enugu

Some food vendors in Enugu South Local Government Area on Saturday lamented low patronage following the low turnout of voters for the Gubernatorial and State Assembly elections.

Some of the vendors who spoke with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) said they are disappointed over the low turnout of voters as it has reduced the profits they intended making. Read more here.

Elections: Soldiers Nab Thugs In Ogun

Personnel of the Nigerian Army have arrested suspected political thugs in Ogun State.

Information has it that they were nabbed on their way to some polling units in parts of Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun State. Read more here.

Ronaldo Nets Incredible Free Kick To Inspire Al Nassr Comeback Win

A thunderous effort unleashed by Cristiano Ronaldo was enough to inspire a comeback win for Al Nassr in the Saudi Pro League.

Al Nassr fought back from 1-0 down to beat Abha 2-1 on Saturday night. Read more here.

2023 Elections: Actress Iyabo Ojo Calls Out INEC

Actress Iyabo Ojo has called out INEC over their conduct during the current gubernatorial election.

The actress mentioned how there have been negative reports about their behaviour, mostly in Lagos. Read more here.

Digital Technologies: Ultimate Hope For Jobs In Nigeria, Others

Digital technology refers to the use of digital electronic devices, computers, computer apps, and other digital tools to store, process, and transmit data. 

It includes the use of digital media such as the internet, mobile phones, and other digital communication technologies to access, create, and share information. Read more here.

Turkey: President Erdoğan Announces Russia-Ukraine Grain Deal Extension

Turkey's President Recep Erdoğan on Saturday announced the extension of the Russia-Ukraine Black Sea grain deal.

The deal was mediated by Turkey and the United Nations, and was due to expire on Sunday. Read more here.

Bundesliga: Haller, Reus Brace Dortmund To 6-1 Win Over Cologne

Sebastien Haller and Marco Reus scored a brace each for Borussia Dortmund to the top of the Bundesliga table on Saturday with a stunning 6-1 victory over Cologne.

Dortmund started the game with high intensity, and it paid off as they scored four goals in the first half. Guerreiro, Haller, Reus, and Malen all got on the scoresheet before Davie Selke scored Cologne's first goal in five matches. Read more here.

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