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Saturday live news (245 new cases of COVID-19,20 persons are killed by Gunmen in fresh Kaduna attack,Uzodinma abolishes pensions and gratuities for former governors) Read in full details



The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control has reported 245 new cases of COVID-19 within the country, bringing the entire number of active infections to 7,261.

2007 cases are discharged and 221 deaths are recorded in 34 states and therefore the Federal Capital Territory.

The 245 new cases are reported from 22 states, namely: Lagos (131), Jigawa(16), Ogun (13), Borno (12), Kaduna (9), Oyo (9), Rivers (9), Ebonyi (9), Kano (8), Kwara (7), Katsina (5), Akwa Ibom (3), Sokoto (3), Bauchi (2), Yobe (2), Anambra (1), Gombe (1), Niger (1), Ondo (1), Plateau (1), FCT(1), Bayelsa(1).

2. 20 persons are killed by Gunmen in fresh Kaduna attack.



Awema Maisamari, The National President of the Adara Development Association, has said, gunmen again attacked Kajuru communities, in Kajuru government Area of Kaduna State, killing a minimum of 20 persons.

3. Uzodinma abolishes pensions and gratuities for former governors.



Governor Hope Uzodinma of Imo State has assented to a bill repealing the law that created pension allowances and gratuities for former governors, deputy governors, assembly speakers and deputy speakers.

While signing the bill into law in Owerri, the governor noted that the law runs contrary to the 1999 Constitution as amended, which stipulates that a pensioner must have worked for a minimum of 10 years and must be up to 45 years aged .

4. Ex-Militants tells Buhari to reinstate Prof Dokubo as presidential Amnesty boss.



The concerned Niger Delta Ex-militants has called on President Muhammadu Buhari, and Babagana Monguno, the National Security Adviser, demanding for the immediate reinstatement of Professor Charles .Q. Dokubo to the Presidential Amnesty Programme.

the ex-militants also added that, Dokubo’s reinstatement will correct many mistakes within the past within the Presidential Amnesty Office.

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