Welcome to AllNews morning roundup of the top 10 latest Nigerian news today, Friday, September 30, 2022.
The signing of the peace accord ahead of the 2023 presidential election did not go as planned owing to the absence of the APC's Bola Tinubu.
According to reports, presidential candidates from the other political parties were present to ink the deal but Tinubu was represented by his running mate Kashim Shettima. Read more here.
The Federal Capital Territory Administration says it will not relent in its effort to dislodge the activities of scavengers popularly called 'babanbolas' from Abuja no matter how difficult the task seems.
The administration stated this on Thursday during the removal of another notorious scavengers colony in Katampe. Read more here.
A ghastly crash claimed the lives of four people on Thursday at Tashan Maialewa Village in Ganjuwa Local Government Area of Bauchi State.
Sector Commander, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Bauchi, Yusuf Abdullahi confirmed that seven others sustained severe injuries in the crash. Read more here.
Bandits have attacked soldiers at Kaura-Namoda local government area of Zamfara state, killing three while leaving one injured.
According to reports, the attack took place on Wednesday night. Read more here.
On Thursday, Tony Elumelu, the Chairman, Heirs Holdings recommended a sum of N50 million as a capital base for insurance broking firms operating in Nigeria.
Elumelu, also the founder of Tony Elumelu Foundation, said this at the 60th Anniversary Colloquium of the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB) with the theme, “60 Years of Insurance Broking: Redefining the Practice and Practitioners.” Read more here.
Super Falcons Captain Onome Ebi has completed a move to Spanish Iberdrola side Levante Las Planas.
She signed a one-year deal to start a new adventure in Spain. Read more here.
Apostle Johnson Suleman has finally reacted to the drama involving him and actress Halima Abubakar.
It is no longer news that the clergyman was allegedly involved in sexual scandals with numerous Nollywood stars, which led to brouhaha on social media. Read more here.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has chosen Doreen Bogdan-Martin of the USA as its new Secretary-General.
Bogdan-Martin became the first woman to lead the ITU after winning the position with 139 votes out of 172 casts, according to the organisation, which announced this on its website on Thursday. Read more here.
Spain’s treasury minister announced a significant reform to Spain’s tax policy on Thursday, which would see the richest people paying more taxes and millions of lower earners paying less.
Treasury Minister Maria Jesus Montero said; “Since we began governing, we’ve been working to make our fiscal system more progressive, efficient and strong enough to support social justice and economic efficiency.” Read more here.
25-year-old student, Samuel Raymond has been ordered by a Kaduna Chief Magistrates Court to sweep its premises on Thursday, Daily Post reports.
Raymond was sentenced without an option of a fine by Magistrate Ibrahim Emmanuel after he pleaded guilty to stealing electronic gadgets. Read more here.
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