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(1) (Reply) (Go Down) 6 news that interested Nigerians Today by jchima14(: 4:44 pm On Oct 12, 2016

Moves by the Nigerian government to build up the nations proven oil reserve through exploration of new frontiers received a fresh thrust with the news that the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) as 21 oil wells out of the 23 drilled so far have potential of full prospects of oil.
2. Minister Udoma disgraces President Buhari
Udoma Udo Udoma, Minister of Budget and National Planning, during the 22nd Nigerian Economic Summit holding place in Abuja on October 10, disgraced the incumbent government when he was asked about country’s total debt profile.
3. Man p3n!s breaks while trying new sexual position
A 59-year-old Vietnamese man has been rushed to hospital in agony after he got his p3n!s broken during sex.
4. Price of rice will crash next month – FG
The federal government has said that the price of rice would start to fall from November this year.

Price of food stuffs crash

According to the government, more Nigerians have returned to their various farms and by the next harvesting season in November, the price of rice would start to crash, The Punch reports.
5. Breaking: Buhari forwards to Senate names of 2 Supreme Court Judges

President Muhammadu-Buhari

The names of Justice Sidi Dauda Bage and Justice Paul Adamu have been forwarded to the Nigerian Senate by President Muhammadu Buhari for confirmation as Justices of the Supreme Court.
6. BREAKING: Minister of justice supports arrest of judges
Mr. Abubakar Malami who is the minister of justice and the attorney-general of the federation has shown his support for the raid and arrest of some judges by operatives of the Department of State Service (DSS) insisting that “no one is or should be above the law.”

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