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Good Morning!

Here is Summary of today’s newspaper – 6 things you need to know this Monday Morning.

  1. President Bola Tinubu has sanctioned severe penalties for civil servants who relocate abroad while continuing to draw salaries, as well as those complicit in facilitating such fraudulent activities.
  2. The health Minister of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Fahd al-Jalajel, has disclosed that 1,301 pilgrims died during the 2024 hajj. Speaking on state television, Jalajel said 83 percent of the deceased made the pilgrimage without the necessary permits.
  3. Dangote Group has accused International Oil Companies (IOCs) operating in the country of deliberately sabotaging Dangote Refinery’s plan to roll out petrol into the market. According to the company, the IOCs are doing this to ensure that the country remains dependent on petrol imports perpetually.
  4. Operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, have discovered a snake-guarded shrine used to store illicit drugs at the Igor community, Benin City, the Edo State capital. Mr Femi Babafemi, the spokesman of the agency, on Sunday in a statement noted that the operatives detected a specially constructed large hole storage in a wall covered with wallpapers and fetish objects.
  5. An early morning fire on Sunday razed the headquarters of the Christ Embassy Church located in the Oregun area of Ikeja, Lagos State. The police, Lagos State Fire and Rescue Service, other emergency responders and the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority, LATSMA, were able to put out the fire.
  6. The Organized Labour has warned some governors not to plunge the country into a state of resentment, misery and impoverishment through wrong advice to President Bola Tinubu. It also reiterated that the position taken by President Tinubu on the two proposals before him from the final report of the Tripartite Committee on the National Minimum Wage would determine its next line of action.
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