FULL TRANSCRIPT OF REUBEN ABATI’S INTERVIEW WITH STATE HOUSE CORRESPONDENTS ON THE SUNDAY PUNCH FRONT PAGE STORY OF APRIL 19, 2015 TITLED “JONATHAN DEMANDS N2tn ELECTION FUNDS REFUND, AUDIT”
The front-page story of the Sunday Punch of April 19 alleging that the Presidency spent a whopping N2 trillion on the 2015 General elections, and that a Committee of Five has been set up by President Jonathan to conduct an audit of how the funds were disbursed by party members and state officials is mischievous, false and embarrassing.
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Popular Wazobia FM on-air personality, Steve Onu known as Yaw, recently took to his instagram page to recount his grass to grace story.
"It started from being the 7th child out of ten from Anambra State and heading to Lagos State University for a diploma course in 1995/1996. I began to hustle and do shows and finally, I went back for a degree course in 2000. I remember
Just one day after running to Pastor Adeboye for prayers at the just concluded RCCG UK Festival of Life, UK's Prime Minister, David Cameron visits a Sikh Temple donning their trademark orange "patka" headscarf all for a re-election bid.
Born on 18 March 1986, Tayo Faniran celebrated his 29th birthday last month, but birthday celebration is not over yet for the 2014 Big Brother Africa runner up as fellow BBA Hotshots (Rwanda rep; Frank Rukundo, Uganda rep; Esther Small pepper and others) arrived Nigeria recently to turn up for him.
Another birthday party was held last night, 18th April at Ember Creeks, Ikoyi after a visit to an Orphanage home during the day, to celebrate his birthday
His fans, tagged Tayo Nation, from all over the world ( Lagos, Ghana, SA, Abuja, London) were also present.
Laboratory tests have confirmed that the strange illness ravaging the Ode-Irele community in Ondo state, which is now known as #OndoX, is not Ebola virus disease.
Samples taken from victims and tested in a laboratory in Lagos tested negative to Ebola and five other deadly diseases; Yellow Fever, Lassa Fever Virus, Rift Valley Fever Virus, Dengue Virus, West Nile Virus.
Nigerians in South Africa have expressed their fear of attacks relating to the current xenophobic attacks on Africans in parts of the country.
In a phone interview with Sunday Punch, some Nigerian migrants revealed that death threats were being circulated on social media.
Itunu Bodunrin, who on Monday had attended his master’s degree graduation ceremony at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, told Punch correspondent that he was unable to leave the school campus afterwards due to the violence in the town.