Naij.com has gathered the most important news for June 8. Find all the things you should know for this Monday below.
The governors of the All Progressives Congress have called an emergency meeting to find ways of settling the major crisis over the choice of new leaders for the position of Senate President and Speaker House of Representatives.
2015 batch A National Youth Service Corps member have reportedly died on her way home after the compulsory three weeks orientation camping in Delta state.
Nigerian military has reportedly relocated command and control centre to Borno state capital, Maiduguri, the epicentre of Boko Haram terrorism.
Nollywood actor/producer turned politician, Desmond Elliot, who recently won election into the Lagos state House of Assembly will be inaugurated today, June 8, 2015.
President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday arrived to Germany for the G7 Summit.
Exactly 17 years ago today, General Sanni Abacha died, but not without leaving Nigerians some memories to think about.
In a bid to frustrate the leadership of their party over their support for Senator Ahmed Lawan’s candidacy for the 8th session of the Nigerian senate, Senator Bukola Saraki and his supporters have devised a new plan.
Following President Muhammadu Buhari plans to cut his own salary to reduce cost of governance the Federal Government has started the review of the Remuneration Act which will affect what the president, vice president, governors, and others will earn.
Reports coming to us states that many unburied corpses have been discovered on the mountains surrounding Gwoza town, Borno State.
The post Naij.com Digest: Top 9 Must-Read News For This Monday appeared first on NEWS.NAIJ.COM – Nigerian & worldwide news..
Get more trends like this
Subscribe to our mailing list and get latest Nigeria trends in your inbox.