Good morning everyone. Here are top 10 things you should know this Monday morning in Nigerian newspapers.
1. Chief Olu Falae has further released email evidence to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission that links former president, Goodluck Jonathan to the N100m election fund he received Chief Tony Anenih, saying the fund was transferred to him as directed by Mr Jonathan.
2. Country’s currency, naira has further experienced further fall of 414 against United States dollar and economic experts has attributed this to scarcity of forex in the market and the nine commercial banks that were banned by CBN from participating in the forex market for none compliance with Treasury Single Account of remitting NNPC’s N2.334bn.
3. Former governor of Borno state, Senator Ali Modu Sheriff has again been linked to Boko Haram insurgents. Attorney General and Commissioner of Justice of Borno state, Barrister Kaka Shehu Lawan has stated 40 reasons to back his claims that Modu Sheriff precipitated the terrorism.
4. Niger Delta Avengers has dissociated itself from Professor Wole Soyinka on the basis that he was nominated by the group to head their dialogue team with the government.
5. A divisional group of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, known as Reformed Indigenous People of Biafra, RE-IPOB, as alleged the Biafra leader, Nnamdi Kanu, to be using the group struggle to gain popularity, gain wealth. RE-IPOB further says Kanu has betrayed the original intention of Biafra and has sacked the his as its leader.