Saturday, February 4

Why we picked James Ibori upon arrival from UK – DSS, Trump order: US State Department reverses travel ban and other major headline stories you missed today!

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Nigeria Police Force advise 2face Idibia, others to shelve the February 6th protest

The Nigeria Police Force have released a statement advising 2face Idibia and others to shelve the February 6th protest.

According to the police, they got information that another group is planning to hold a pro-government protest in the same venue as 2face's group and this may lead to break down of law and order

Increase Corps members allowance from N19k to N50k- Fayose tells FG

Sports minister, Solomon Dalung's late wife, Briskila, buried in Plateau

The first wife of the Minister of Youths and Sports, Solomon Dalung, Briskila, who died on Sunday January 29th, has been laid to rest in his compound at Sabongida, Langtang South LGA of Plateau state. May her soul rest in peace. Amen. 

Why we picked James Ibori upon arrival from UK – DSS

The Director General of the Department of State Services, DSS, has explained that he discussed issues of national interest with former Delta State Governor, James Ibori immediately he arrived from the United Kingdom, UK.
Daura made the disclosure while addressing newsman in Abuja, on Saturday.
According to the DSS boss, “He met me for a short debriefing session and way forward; also, to welcome him back to his fatherland. We are also meeting soon to discuss issues of interest affecting the nation.”
Recall that Ibori had arrived the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, earlier today, following his release from a UK prison after serving his sentence.
Upon his arrival, he was picked by operatives of the secret police and taken to their headquarters in Abuja, where he had a meeting with Daura.

Trump order: US State Department reverses travel ban

United States has announced that it will comply with a federal judge’s temporary halt on President Donald Trump’s travel ban.
The development will restore travel for refugees and people from seven Muslim-majority countries.
On Saturday, US State Department said it had reversed visa revocations meaning that thousands of people whose visas were not physically canceled after the issuing of the executive order last week may now travel freely.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) assured it would comply with the court order.
“In accordance with the judge’s ruling, DHS has suspended any and all actions implementing the affected sections of the executive order,” said acting press secretary Gillian Christensen.
“DHS personnel will resume inspection of travelers in accordance with standard policy and procedure”, he added.

Kano DSS Director dies at Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital

The Director of the Kano office of State Security Service, SSS, Abdullahi Chiranchi, has died. He died today at the Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital following complains of stomach cramps. He will be buried today in Katsina state according to Islamic rites. May his soul rest in peace Amen.

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