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The Nigeria Police Force has snubbed an order of a Federal Capital Territory High Court which granted Kogi West Senator, Dino Melaye, bail.

It was gathered that the police refused to release the lawmaker on Monday despite the fact that Melaye had fulfilled the bail conditions.
Dino Melaye Detained By Police As They File Fresh Charges

The Punch learnt that the FCT Commissioner of Police, who was served the bail order, declined to release the senator.

Findings showed that the police had filed fresh nine charges against the embattled lawmaker and one Silas Omenka.

The charge dated January 14, 2019,was co-signed by Kehinde Oluwole, Malik Taiwo and Seyi Otunla, all of the force legal office, Abuja.

Melaye was accused of illegal obstruction of lawful arrest, resisting arrest and accusing the erstwhile Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, of planning to “inject him to death.”

One of the charges read in part,
 “That you Senator Dino Melaye, 45years, representing Kogi West… at about 11am, at your residence… inform the public on Twitter that the police detectives are trying to plant guns in your cars outside, an information you know to be false… thereby committing an offence punishable under Section 392 of the Penal Code."

INEC AdHoc Shortlisted Candidates 2019 PDF (Full List Updates)

INEC AdHoc Shortlisted Candidates 2019 PDF will be uploaded on this blog as soon as the full list is out. The reason we wrote this article is because of the much complaints we are receiving from our readers asking us when INEC Adhoc Shortlisted Names for the 2019 election would be out and how to access the full list. 

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INEC AdHoc Shortlisted Candidates 2019 PDF (Full List Updates)

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Nigerian Newspapers Today (22nd January 2019) - Vanguard, Punch, Dailypost, Thisday

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Vanguard Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (22nd January 2019)

  • 2019 POLLS: Don't return treasury looters to power ' OSINBAJO
  • Handle Amina Zakari with caution, PFN tells INEC, security agencies
  • N6.9bn fraud: Obanikoro testifies against Fayose
  • Benue Assembly suspends 8 LG bosses
  • A-Ibom guber poll, referendum on Emmanuel 'Ekere
  • Fake news: Court stops EFCC, DSS from arresting Fani-Kayode, Odumakin
  • Obasanjo benefitted from my father's death 'MKO Abiola's son
  • Imo gov: Why we won't vote Uche Nwosu ' Nkwerre Ieaders
  • 89 political parties endorse Wike

Punch Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (22nd January 2019)

    • APC leaders are liars, says Atiku
    • Buharis abscondment, Atikus boycott and our hyper-hypocrisy
    • Buhari, Atiku and the missed presidential debate
    • Ex-NOA boss accuses politicians of instigating violence
    • Fallen window from hotel kills tourist
    • Mnangagwa returns to Zimbabwe after protest crackdown
    • Presidential debate: The art of speaking, the grammatical errors (1)
    • CSOs petition AGF over detention of Abuja activist
    • Minister begs striking unions to be patient with FG

    ThisDay Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (22nd January 2019)

    • LCCI Urges WBank to Review Ease of Doing Business Indicators
    • Jaiz Bank to Relax KYC Requirements to Boost Financial Inclusion
    • Shindi: Nigerias Oil and Gas Industry Remains Attractive
    • Interswitch Announces New Offerings
    • Konan: Africa Assured of Economic Prosperity with Efficient Border Control
    • CEO Alleges Award of Contracts to Incompetent Firms by IOCs
    • NERC: Togo, Others Owe Nigeria N37bn for Electricity
    • Akinwuntan: Ecobank Committed to Improving Lives in Nigeria
    • Dangote Foundation Donates Food Items to 30,000 IDPs in Zamfara

    The Sun Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (22nd January 2019)

    • Ronaldo misses penalty kick as Juve beat bottom side Chievo
    • FC Barcelona make surprise Boateng signing
    • Nobody can rig the coming elections ' INEC
    • ASUU Strike: FG releases N163bn
    • Respect rule of law, Osun APC tells Obasanjo
    • Polls: We'll resist use of N-power personnel as ad-hoc staff, Wike vows
    • Hausa community endorses Ugwuanyi for second term
    • Abia'll go into extinction if PDP returns to power 'Otti
    • Araraume: I'll recover illegal acquired lands, assets in Imo

    Daily Times Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (22nd January 2019)

      • Osinbajo to Nigerians: PDP are Treasury looters, Dont vote for them
      • Afe Babalola reveals secret behind ABUADs giant strides recorded
      • Niger State Port Comes alive, as FG Commissions Baro River Port.
      • Obasanjo has no dignity to be a Patriot, elder statesman, Shango queries former President
      • Police still with Dino hours after release
      • Fayemi kicks off Ekiti free health mission today
      • Breaking: Dino Melaye regains freedom
      • Court restrains EFCC, Police, and DSS from arresting Fani-Kayode, Odumakin
      • Daily Times Newspaper, Tuesday, January 22, 2019

      Leadership Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (22nd January 2019)

          • God Will Not Forgive You If You Don't Vote For Ortom- Senator Mark
          • Education Reform: Expert Trains Edo Poly Students, Staff On Innovative Product Design, Deployment
          • Sack Of 63 EBSU Staff, Govt Commences Public Hearing
          • Election: Monarch Warns Politicians Against Divisive Actions, Utterances
          • 2019: Gombe PDP Launches State Rally, Vows To Win Elections Again
          • FCTA To Spend N2.6bn On Karu Roads
          • Group Condemns Exclusion Of Candidates From Presidential Debate
          • MEMMCOL Partners Ikeja Electric On Substation Enhancement
          • LCCI Urges World Bank To Review Ease Of Doing Business Indicators

          The Nation Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (22nd January 2019)

                • Nasarawa begins fertiliser production at 100 tonnes per hour
                • Shelve plan to arrest Atiku, group tells President
                • Osinbajo, Oshiomhole, Tinubu attack Obasanjo
                • Ethno-religious jingoists are deceiving Nigerians, says Buhari
                • Ex-president under fire over remarks
                • What are Obasanjos legacies
                • Oil rises to $62 on OPEC cuts, supply outlook
                • Opposition plots to truncate polls
                • Obasanjos attack onTraderMonireflects ignorance, mischief, says VP

                The Herald Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (22nd January 2019)

                        • 2019 election: We won't allow N-power personnel as INEC adhoc staff ' Wike
                        • What Buhari Said About Festus Keyamo At 49
                        • Court Restrains EFCC From Arresting Fani-Kayode, Odumakin
                        • ASUU vows to continue strike as meeting with FG ends in stalemate
                        • Police allegedly torture 28-year old trader to death in Enugu
                        • Fire razes Onitsha paper shops, destroys N500m worth of goods
                        • Osinbajo attacks Obasanjo over comments on TraderMoni
                        • India offers Nigeria $5bn credit facility
                        • Disgusting Passenger Allegedly Forces Flight Attendant to Clean His Bum

                        New Telegraph Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (22nd January 2019)

                                  • Hope rises over new minimum wage
                                  • Terrorists to unleash violence in 10 northern states 'FG
                                  • Assets declaration: Fireworks in courts over Onnoghen
                                  • Uba brothers square up over Anambra senatorial seat
                                  • IG reorganizes SARS, disbands SIP, STS, other operations outfits
                                  • IMF revises Nigeria's growth projection downwards to 2.0%
                                  • How I delivered Dasuki's $5m to Fayose, by Obanikoro
                                  • Study links secondhand smoke to irregular heart beat
                                  • ASUU: Buhari gives ministers marching order on strike

                                  Daily Independent Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (22nd January 2019)

                                              • APGA Will Surprise Nigerians In 2019 Elections, Says Anazodo
                                              • We'll Engage Retired Medical Personnel To Improve Healthcare ' Mrs. Sanwo-Olu
                                              • Gas Explosion Kills Four In Akwa Ibom
                                              • Buhari Sacks TETfund Boss, Reinstates Ex-Official Accused Of Fraud
                                              • Several Feared Dead At APC Maiduguri Rally, Buhari Grieves
                                              • Confusion Over Lagos 2019 Budget Presentation
                                              • Opposition Mobilising B/Haram, Bandits To Scuttle 2019 Polls ' FG
                                              • IGP Orders Reorganisation Of SARS
                                              • How I Handed $5m To Fayose Three Days To Ekiti Poll ' Obanikoro
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                                                    Army, DSS Pledge Security for Corps Members During 2019 Nigeria Elections

                                                    The Nigerian Army and Department of State Services have promised adequate security for Corps Members, NYSC Officials and other electoral officials during the forthcoming 2019 General Elections.
                                                    Army, DSS Pledge Security for Corps Members During 2019 Nigeria Elections
                                                    NYSC DG, Major General SZ Kazaure (middle), Oyo State Director, Department of State Services, Mr Bulus Achi, (4th right) and officials of NYSC and DSS during Kazaure's visit to the latter.
                                                    The General Officer Commanding, 2 Division, Nigerian Army, Ibadan, Major General Okwudili Fidelis Azinta and Oyo State Director, Department of State Devices, Mr Bulus Achi, separately stated this today when they hosted the Director-General, Major General Suleiman Zakari Kazaure in their offices in Ibadan.

                                                    Kazaure, who was in the State to solicit support for Corps Members' security during the 2019 general elections said management of the Scheme places high priority on the lives of its Corps Members.

                                                    While at the 2 Division, General Kazaure thanked the Division for its support for NYSC Oyo State Secretariat especially during Orientation periods.

                                                    In his response, the Commanding Officer, 2 Division, Nigerian Army, Ibadan, Major General OF Azinta described Corps Members as National Assets adding that the NYSC Scheme is bridging the gap of disunity among Nigerians.

                                                    "We will do everything to make sure that Corps Members are protected during election periods. We will also work together with other security agencies in order to ensure that the election is violent free and credible", he said.

                                                    General Azinta also urged the traditional rulers to sensitize their subjects especially politicians not to endanger the lives of any Corps Member on election duties.

                                                    In a similar vein, Oyo State Director, Department of State Services, Mr Bulus Achi said the synergy between the service and NYSC Scheme would be strengthened.

                                                    "The safety of Corps Members is one of our priorities. We shall strengthen the partnership between us and NYSC, and we don't want to lose any Corps Member during the elections" he said.

                                                    Sumamary of the JAmb Novel Sweet Sixteen Bolaji Abdullai PDF

                                                    “Sweet Sixteen” by Bolaji Abdullai is the official novel to be read by every JAMB candidate in the 2019 UTME, irrespective of the course you intend to study.

                                                    We will therefore be embarking on Exam Revision to study this novel by giving summaries, possible questions and important information that would help you pass every single question set by JAMB from this novel. Please always check this publication for new updates on this revision class.

                                                    Every candidate registering for 2019 UTME is entitled to this novel, “Sweet Sixteen” by Bolaji Abdullai, so ensure you demand for it at the centre where you are registering for UTME. It is compulsory, and it is your right to have it.

                                                    Sumamary of the Jamb Novel Sweet Sixteen Bolaji Abdullai PDF

                                                    Author of Sweet 16: Bolaji Abdullai

                                                    Genre: The Genre of Sweet Sixteen is Fiction

                                                    Number of Pages: Pages is Sweet Sixteen: 157

                                                    Publication Year: Sweet sixteen was published on February 1, 2017

                                                    Desciption: Aliya has to constantly remind her father that she is not a child but ‘a young adult.’ He does not always agree with her.

                                                    But now that she is turning sixteen, he is sitting up and taking notice. The expected birthday card from him is replaced by a present and no holds barred letter – a page for each year she has lived.

                                                    It chronicles the lessons he has tried to teach her and the wisdom he has attempted to pass to her. It unburdens the burning questions she has about life and sometimes shows through the cluelessness of parental units.

                                                    Aliya questions who she is and why she is; with her father as a guide on this journey of discovery. An engaging coming of age guide on life and love for the teenage girl.

                                                    Before we really get started, Have you already finished reading the novel? We believe it should take you up to 10 days to thoroughly complete this novel, so we're throwing the flow open for those who have already finished the novel.  Download with the link below or send us a mail to get your own copy in PDF file

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                                                    Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni has ordered his government not to issue or renew licences for sports betting firms, the country's Finance minister David Bahati has revealed.

                                                    Uganda President bans sports betting

                                                    Mr Bahati said President Museveni issued the directive because of the negative impact the betting craze has had on young people.

                                                    “We have received a directive from President Museveni to stop licensing sports betting, gaming and gambling companies. The President has now directed the board which has been regulating them.
                                                                       
                                                    From now onwards, no new companies are going to be licensed. Those which are already registered, no renewal of licences when they expire,” Bahati said on Sunday.

                                                    New IGP Mohammed Adamu orders disbandment of FSARS


                                                    The Acting Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has ordered the immediate disbandment of the Federal SARS, Special Investigation Panel and Special Tactical Squad.

                                                    He announced this on Monday at his inaugural conference with Commissioners of Police and other senior officers in Abuja.

                                                    Based on the directive, FSARS will henceforth be domiciled under the direct supervision of the commissioners of police in 36 states of the federation.

                                                    New IGP of police ADAMU MUHAMMED Born in Lafia, Nasarawa State in November 1961, Adamu holds a Bachelor’s degree in Geography and he enlisted in the police in 1986. He was previously the Assistant Inspector General in charge of Zone 5, comprising Edo, Delta and Bayelsa states with its headquarters in Benin City. He was also a former director of peacekeeping operations at Police Headquarters; former Enugu State Police Commissioner; former Deputy Commissioner of Police Ekiti State and he once served with Interpol.

                                                    More details to come…

                                                    Mourinho failed to give Pogba free role at Manchester United Read - Ibrahimovic

                                                    Former Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has admitted that Portuguese football manager Jose Mourinho had problem with Pogba because he failed to give him a free role.

                                                    Mourinho failed to give Pogba free role at Manchester United Read - Ibrahimovic

                                                    Before the departure of Jose Mourinho at Manchester United in December 2018, he had serious bust up with Frenchman Paul Pogba and even some other players.

                                                    And now Zlatan Ibrahimovic who played with Pogba under Mourinho before he left, explained that the former Juventus star had no confidence during the reign of Jose at Old Trafford.

                                                    Since the arrival of interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United, Paul Pogba has been impressive for Manchester United with many suggesting that he never wanted to play good game for Mourinho.

                                                    ''There are these players that need to be free, they need to feel free to do what they are able to do under the disciple of the coach. ''Obviously, he has his tactics, he has that, but some players they go above these limits, and you need to let them be free, and I think Paul Pogba is one of them.

                                                    ‘'Paul didn’t feel confidence from the coach, and the coach didn’t feel confidence for Paul.

                                                    ‘'It’s difficult to perform as a player if you don’t have confidence from the coach and you don’t have that energy, that motivation, and Jose felt the same thing about Paul,'' Zlatan Ibrahimovic told ESPN.

                                                    Nigerian Newspapers Today (21st January 2019) - Vanguard, Punch, Dailypost, Thisday

                                                    Read today's Nigerian Newspapers headlines, All Nigerian Newspapers published are all available on SearchNGR

                                                    Nigerian Newspapers Today (21st January 2019) - Vanguard, Punch, Dailypost, Thisday

                                                    Vanguard Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (21st January 2019)

                                                    • Polls: INEC plotting to recruit N-Power beneficiaries as ad-hoc staff, CUPP alleges
                                                    • Lagos Assembly may receive 2019 budget today
                                                    • I'm in guber race to correct past injustices 'Uzodinma
                                                    • CCT trial: Fresh suit seeks to stop EFCC, DSS, Police from arresting CJN
                                                    • Nsima Ekere's Education, Health and Social Protection Agenda: A prospectus for Akwa Ibom rebirth
                                                    • Ikpeazu dedicates AIT award to Aba artisans
                                                    • Why some banks fail, others succeed ' Amangbo, Zenith Bank CEO
                                                    • As Dangote goes so does the Nigerian economy
                                                    • The pathetic destiny of pensioners in Nigeria

                                                    Punch Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (21st January 2019)

                                                    • Raonic into Australian Open last eight as Zverev self-destructs
                                                    • No possibility of election postponement INEC
                                                    • Shortage of sand may affect global construction industry Report
                                                    • Lion mauls man to death after scaling zoo wall
                                                    • Obasanjo chides Osinbajo, says Tradermoni, an absurdity
                                                    • Be blind to personality, Lagos CJ tells new magistrates
                                                    • Army expresses readiness for general elections
                                                    • Femi-Pearse for burial
                                                    • Araraume unveils growth agenda for Imo

                                                    Thisday Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (21st January 2019)

                                                    • NCS Generates over N1.8bn in Sokoto
                                                    • EFInA Appoints Diei CEO
                                                    • CBN Tasks Varsities, Others on Agric Research
                                                    • NEM Insurance Rises 43% as AFIG Funds Acquire 29.9% Stake
                                                    • Limit Your Foreign Exchange Exposure in 2019, FSDH Tells Firms
                                                    • Insurers Seek Collaboration against Uninsured Vehicles
                                                    • Lokpobiri Urges Traders to Boycott Smuggled Products
                                                    • Data Authentication, Detection Will Boost Financial Inclusion
                                                    • Air Peace Emerges Airline of the Year

                                                    The Sun Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (21st January 2019)

                                                      • Crises in some APC states won't affect Buhari ' Abiola
                                                      • 2019: Akeredolu/Oshiomhole rift threatens APC chances in Ondo
                                                      • 2019: Atiku won't lose sleep over Miyetti Allah's endorsement of Buhari -Yedimakudon
                                                      • Presidential poll: How we'll deliver Delta to Buhari -Okorodudu
                                                      • 2019: Marwa tasks Buhari support groups on campaign
                                                      • Schalke 04 hunts for Victor Moses
                                                      • Invitational tourney: Falcons fly past Romania
                                                      • Ebi Egbe slams Pinnick critics
                                                      • Gov Ortom flags off first Tito 32kms marathon race

                                                      Daily Times Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (21st January 2019)

                                                          • Police arrest tricycle operator for defiling teenager in AIbom
                                                          • Buhari condoles Borno over Amb Giltimari death
                                                          • Quack journalists responsible for blackmail, fake news CISLAC
                                                          • Courts, victims creating difficulties in punishing rapists
                                                          • Yobe set to host President Buhari
                                                          • Why Im supporting Dapo Abiodun Gov Amosuns commissioner
                                                          • Vote Atiku, Obi, Chuba-Ikpeazu urges Ndigbo
                                                          • Why we have not opened Ashade level crossing to motorists NRC
                                                          • 10,000 APC members dump party for PDP in Bauchi as Speaker Dogara, Kaura kick against plan to manipulate votes

                                                          Leadership Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (21st January 2019)

                                                          • Europe's Most Important River Is Running Dry
                                                          • FERMA Rehabilitates Abuja/Keffi Road
                                                          • Trump Offers 'Compromise' To End Government Shutdown
                                                          • PDP Kwara North Stakeholders Sign Pact On Power Shift
                                                          • PMB Mourns Demise Of Bauchi Gov's Mother
                                                          • MAN Seeks Infrastructure Upgrade To Boost Export
                                                          • Dangote: Boosting Nigeria's Drive To Attain Self-sufficiency In Fertiliser Production
                                                          • 8.41m Workers Join New Pension Scheme
                                                          • Leadway Assurance To Train Journalists

                                                          The Nation Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (21st January 2019)

                                                          • Benue council worker commits suicide over unpaid salaries
                                                          • Falana urges NHRC to probe Rann IDP camp killing
                                                          • Why Nigerians cannot trust Atiku, by Presidency
                                                          • Northeast: $848m required for humanitarian projects, says UN
                                                          • Benue council chair under fire for shouting APC slogan at PDP rally
                                                          • Buhari, Obasanjo clash over election fraud alert
                                                          • Obasanjo, APC clash over poll plot alert
                                                          • Inflation, capital flow top agenda as MPC meets
                                                          • $9b Dangote Refinery: CBN reiterates support for indigenous firms

                                                          The Authority Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (21st January 2019)

                                                          • INEC Guidelines: 'Nothing like vote-and-go-home', Ekweremadu cautions
                                                          • Set up manufacturing plant in Nigeria, Shittu tells investors
                                                          • FERMA begins rehabilitation work on Abuja-Keffi road
                                                          • 18 bag first class as Abia Varsity graduates 4153 students
                                                          • Immigration Service warns against fake recruitment syndicate
                                                          • KEDCO blames power shortage to faulty transformers
                                                          • Dogara, 6 parties, others team up against Gov Abubakar's re-election bid
                                                          • NAFDAC seizes N400million unwholesome products in Nasarawa
                                                          • Prisons Service launches biometric digital admission of detainees, convict

                                                          New Telegraph Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (21st January 2019)

                                                          • NFF, LMC need tough measures to boost league
                                                          • EFCC recovers Range Rover Sport, Benz E350 from brothers
                                                          • How Buhari plans to rig elections, by Obasanjo
                                                          • Bakare: Nigerians have credible alternative to Buhari, Atiku
                                                          • Ezekwesili: I'll lift 80m Nigerians out of poverty
                                                          • Emefiele: CBN gives Dangote N75bn forex support
                                                          • Dogara accuses Bauchi Govt of arming thugs
                                                          • Presidency: OBJ can't speak on impunity, credible polls
                                                          • Extreme distress raises risk of dementia

                                                          Daily Independence Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (21st January 2019)

                                                          • Osun To Establish 12 New Farm Settlements
                                                          • Group Lauds Aisha Buhari, Ambode's Wife For Mobilising Women
                                                          • Benue PDP Faction Works Against Gov Ortom's Re-Election
                                                          • Urhobo Will Vote Massively For Okowa, Says Okumagba
                                                          • Don't Collect Rice, Money, Blind Cleric Warns Electorate
                                                          • Presidential Election: Vote My Husband For Nigeria's Greatness, Says Atiku's Wife
                                                          • Rivers Cleric Predicts Buhari's Defeat In February 16 Poll
                                                          • APC Grooming Another Saraki In Senate With Amosu, Okorocha, Says Ajibulu
                                                          • Two Years After, Investors Yet To Buy Into Arik Air
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                                                                        Nigeria Presidential Debate: Atiku Back to Nigeria from U.S. trip

                                                                        Nigeria Presidential Debate approaching in a shortwhile, The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar is back from the United States of America.
                                                                        Nigeria Presidential Debate: Atiku Back to Nigeria from U.S. trip

                                                                        Atiku, who arrived the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja at about 3:00pm was welcomed by associates and supporters, a statement by the Atiku Media said Saturday.
                                                                        “The trip to the United States by Atiku Abubakar is particularly significant because it provided an opportunity for the leading presidential candidate in the February 16 poll to take his message of getting Nigeria working again to Nigerians who are based in the United States and also to share his vision with investors and making a case to investors that Nigeria is the best destination for their capital,” the statement said.
                                                                        According to premium times, during his two-day visit to the United States, Atiku and his team, Director General of his campaign and Senate President, Bukola Saraki, had meetings with officials and business leaders in the United States including members of Congress, officials of the State Department and US Chamber of Commerce.

                                                                        Atiku arrived ahead of the Nigeria presidential debate today.

                                                                        Among those who received him at the airport are former governor of Niger State, Babangida Aliyu; Ben Obi, former governor of Cross River State and Director of Field Operations in the PDP Presidential Campaign Council, Liyel Imoke, and Tom Ikimi.

                                                                        The federal government said on Thursday Atiku would be interrogated on his return for alleged complicity in fraudulent activities at the defunct Bank PHB.

                                                                        However, Lai Mohammed said he would not be arrested but have to to take part in the Nigeria presidential debate.

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