‘I am afraid, we are watching Nigeria slip into Anarchy’ Rita Dominic laments
Popular Nollywood actress and filmmaker Rita Dominic has taken to social media to lament about the country’s high rate of insecurity.
The rate of insecurity over the past months has been on the increase, with kidnapping and banditry being the order of the day.
Rita Dominic, who seems not too pleased with the development, took to her official Twitter account, stating clearly that the country is slipping into anarchy.
According to her, elected leaders should work harder to stop the tension going around the country.
”I am afraid that we are watching Nigeria slip into anarchy. It is surreal. Our elected officials need to work harder to douse the tension in the country. We need peace to reign. Harassing and killing innocent citizens can never solve anything.”
CONMEBOL on Monday, announced Brazil as the hosts of the 47th Copa America.
The decision was taken less than 24 hours after the football governing body confirmed Argentina would no longer stage the tournament that is due to start on June 13 until July 10.
“The CONMEBOL @CopaAmerica 2021 will be played in Brazil! Tournament start and end dates are confirmed.
“The venues and the fixture will be informed by CONMEBOL in the next few hours.
“The oldest national team tournament in the world will thrill the entire continent!” a CONMEBOL statement read.
CONMEBOL president, Alejandro Dominguez, noted it was a unanimous decision that the council took to have Brazil as the host nation.
The Governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodinma has expressed sadness over the murder of Ahmed Gulak on Sunday.
Ahmed Gulak, a former adviser to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, was on his way to the Sam Mbakwe Cargo Airport when he was murdered.
Uzodinma said he did not deserve to die the way he did and vowed that the perpetrators would pay.
Security agencies have accused the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) of the assassination.
He sympathized with the families of those who lost their lives through stray bullets “during this period”.
“The death of this compatriot is a personal loss to me because he was an invaluable friend and brother whose sense of justice, fairness and uprightness…
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has ruled out further extension of registration date for candidates that will sit for the 2021 U
JAMB on Monday said only candidates with genuine proof of failed efforts, will be allowed new dates.
The board noted it had traced a large number of individuals seeking an extension to the UTME registration deadline to fraudsters who are hell-bent on subverting and bypassing the decision of the Federal Government to make the National Identification Number (NIN) a requirement for JAMB registration.
Recall that the board had on May 15, 2021, in response to the pressure from the public, announced a two-week extension of the registration period of the 2021 UTME/DE exercise from Saturday 15th to Saturday 29th, May 2021.
Source: Kemi Filani News
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