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Atiku To Use Detail In Tinubu’s Certificate Against Him

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Certificate Forgery: Tinubu Reveals How Atiku Implicated Him

Atiku is set to use detail in Tinubu’s certificate against him.

News ToGo gathered that the Presidential Election Petition Court, PEPC, admitted some documents against President Bola Tinubu. The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), and its candidate, Atiku Abubakar tendered the documents.

The documents include a Bachelor of Science certificate from Chicago State University, a National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Discharge Certificate, and a Certificate of Service from Mobil Nigeria Oil Plc.

Atiku and PDP, through their witness Mike Enahoro Ebah Esq, introduced these documents during the court proceedings. Specifically, Enahoro pointed out a significant detail in the documents. He stated that Tinubu got them under the name ‘Bola Adekunle Tinubu.’ This name arrangement differs from the generally known name order used by him.

Chris Uche (SAN), PDP’s lawyer guided the witness who also presented EC13 and EC9 nomination forms and corresponding letters sent to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

INEC’s lawyer, Abubakar Mahmoud (SAN), as well as the lawyers for Tinubu, Emmanuel Ukala (SAN), and the All Progressive Congress (APC), Lateef Fagbemi (SAN), all raised objections to the documents’ admissibility. The defense is preparing to cross-examine the witness.

Since the court admitted the documents, they would be considered and the PDP is ready to capitalize on the inconsistency. Tinubu, APC, and INEC are preparing to counter the point.
More development will be brought to you as events unfold.

 

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BREAKING: Tinubu Sacks Police Boss, Appoints Argungu As Replacement

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BREAKING: Tinubu Sacks Police Boss, Appoints Argungu As Replacement

President Bola Tinubu has named retired Deputy Inspector-General of Police Hashimu Argungu as the new head of the Police Service Commission.

News ToGo reports that Argungu replaces retired Inspector General of Police Solomon Arase.

The announcement was made on Monday via a statement by Ajuri Ngelale, the President’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity. The release, titled “President Tinubu appoints new leadership for Police Service Commission and Nigerian Police Trust Fund,” outlined the new leadership roles.

It stated, “President Bola Tinubu has approved the appointment of DIG Hashimu Argungu (Rtd) as the Chairman of the Police Service Commission.

“The President has also approved the appointment of Chief Onyemuche Nnamani as Secretary and DIG Taiwo Lakanu (retd.) as member of the commission.

“The appointments are subject to confirmation by the Senate.

“Other members of the Police Service Commission will be appointed in due course.

“Furthermore, the President has approved the appointment of Mr. Mohammed Sheidu as the Executive Secretary of the Nigeria Police Trust Fund with immediate effect.

“The President expects absolute demonstration of integrity, diligence, and patriotic zeal in the discharge of these important functions for the overall wellbeing of the Nigeria Police and the nation.”

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BREAKING: Finance Minister Pegs Minimum Wage At N105, 000, Submits It To Tinubu

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BREAKING: Finance Minister Pegs Minimum Wage At N105, 000, Submits It To Tinubu

Nigeria’s Minister of Finance, Wale Edun, has proposed a new monthly minimum wage of N105,000.

News ToGo learned that Edun has also submitted the N105, 000 minimum wage proposal to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu on Thursday.

President Tinubu is currently reviewing the proposal, and an official announcement is expected soon. This is in line with the dialogue the federal government had with the organised labour.

Earlier, the NLC and TUC had called for a worker’s strike in response to the government’s refusal to meet their demand for a higher minimum wage of N494,000.

However, after a day of striking, both parties returned to the negotiating table and reached an agreement. Following this, President Tinubu instructed Edun on Tuesday to develop a new minimum wage template by Wednesday.

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BREAKING: Organized Labour Rejects Small Extra Amount By FG

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BREAKING: Organized Labour Rejects Small Extra Amount By FG

The Organised Labour, consisting of the Trade Union Congress (TUC) and the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), has unequivocally rejected any minor increase to the proposed ₦60,000 wage offer from the tripartite committee.

News ToGo reports that the TUC President Festus Osifo conveyed this stance during an appearance on Channels Television’s “Politics Today” program on Tuesday evening.

This announcement follows Organised Labour’s decision to suspend its nationwide strike, which began at 12:01 am on Monday and caused significant disruptions across various economic sectors. The strike was prompted by the unions’ dissatisfaction with the government’s handling of wage negotiations.

In the interview, Osifo emphasized that while the strike was paused to allow for further negotiations, the labour unions would not accept a nominal increase.

“Our decision to suspend the strike was made in good faith to allow for more constructive dialogue. However, any minor addition to the ₦60,000 initially proposed will not be acceptable to us,” Osifo stated.

The ongoing negotiations aim to establish a new minimum wage that reflects the current economic realities faced by Nigerian workers.

“At the meeting on Friday, the tripartite committee stated they would not add anything more to the ₦60,000, but in the meeting yesterday (Monday), Mr. President committed to doing more than ₦60,000,” Osifo said.

When asked if Labour would accept a small increase to the last offer from the tripartite committee, which includes the Federal Government, states, and the Organised Private Sector, the TUC president responded, “No. We made it clear that we won’t accept minor additions like ₦1, ₦2, or ₦3000 as they were suggesting. We have received some good assurances that they will offer something substantial.”

Osifo stressed that Organised Labour is not insisting on ₦494,000 as the new minimum wage but expects the tripartite committee to offer a wage that is economically realistic and aligned with current inflationary pressures.

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