Nigeria at this Hour: News Briefing

This is a small collation of news from Nigeria that are making the rounds at this hour!

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EFCC TO INVESTIGATE 12 ARMY OFFICIALS

The Nigerian Army has forwarded the names of 12 officers to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for investigation.

three serving and one retired Major Generals, three Brigadier Generals, four Colonels and one Lieutenant Colonel were in the list.

The Army stated that at the end of the Commission’s investigations those found culpable would be tried by a military Court Martial. MORE ON channelstv

How i handled criticism- Tiwa Savage

In her special one-on-one interview with Pulse TV, Nigeria pop queen Tiwa Savage opened up and spoke about how she learnt how to deal with criticism.

Early on in her career, Tiwa Savage got a lot of heat for her sexy videos  especially "wanted "and attires. Early on in her career, Tiwa Savage got a lot of heat for her sexy videos and attires. In those early days Tiwa Savage was sort of a polarizing figure as people argued if it was okay for her to flaunt her sex appeal. more on Pulse

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Any man-made law made by me will be destroyed - Kumuyi

Popular preacher, Pastor W.F. Kumuyi has allegedly stated that some of his church’s doctrines that are man-made will be destroyed.

Pastor Kumuyi, who is the founder and general superintendent of the Deeper Life Bible church, reportedly took to his pulpit, to deliver a message that left some, if not all of his members, shocked. more on Naij

The problem of Nigeria is budget- implementation- Saraki

The senate president, Bukola Saraki has made known his assessment concerning the state of the economy when he revealed that poor budgeting has been the problem of the country in the last 16 years. Saraki made this known in a statement released by his Chief Press Secretary Sanni Onogu, during an interactive session with Civil Society Organisations on the 2016 budget in Abuja.

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