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Wednesday

Buhari confirms Saraki, Dogara visit, thanks Nigerians for their prayers, House of Reps member, Bello Sani is dead and other major headline stories you missed today



Dear KFBers, we have got loads of interesting stories in tonight's #MajorHeadlinesYouMissedToday feature...enjoy!


House of Reps member, Bello Sani is dead




Member representing Mashi/Dvisi federal constituency of Katsina state in the House of Representatives, Bello Sani, is dead.

The legislator, believed to be 51 years old, reportedly died on Wednesday.

According to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Rt. Hon. Yakubu Dogara, the late Bello was compassionate, principled, and interacted freely with all members.


While announcing the death, Dogara said: “With great sadness, I receive the news of the death of Hon. Bello Sani, who represented Mashi/Dvisi federal constituency of Katsina state.


“Our colleague was compassionate, principled, and interacted freely with all members. Our heartfelt condolences go to his immediate family, government and people of Katsina state.
We pray that God gives all the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.”




Beautiful baby found dumped in dustbin in Abuja finds temporary home




A baby said to be about a month old was found in a dustbin bin, was rescued and taken to Abuja Children's Home. 







Lamborghini is recalling over 5,000 supercars due to a risk of fire



If you own a Lamborghini, then you should be afraid. The legendary Italian automaker is recalling close to 5,900 supercars, including its ultra-rare Veneno model, because of a fire risk.


In a recall notice published by the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the company says, "In certain driving conditions while the vehicle has a full gas tank, gasoline may contact the exhaust system and this can increase the risk of a fire,"

Lamborghini also confirms that it's aware of seven cases of fire worldwide. The recall includes all 12 Venenos currently on the roads.

Lamborghini, which is owned by Volkswagen Group had only just recently announced a record global sales for 2016 where It delivered 3,457 cars last year, up 7% from 2015.






Buhari confirms Saraki, Dogara visit, thanks Nigerians for their prayers [PHOTOS]



President Muhammadu Buhari has confirmed that he was visited by Senate President Bukola Saraki, Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara and the Senate Leader Ahmed Lawan on Wednesday night.

The lawmakers arrived at the Abuja House in London a few minutes before 8pm Nigerian time.


Tweeting from his official handle@MBuhari along with images, the President wrote: “Pleased to receive Senate President @bukolasaraki, Speaker@YakubDogara and Senate Leader Ahmed Lawan, tonight.

“I thanked them for visiting. I’m also grateful to Nigerians, Christians and Muslims alike, for their prayers and kind wishes for my health.”

Buhari has been in the UK on medical vacation since January 19.

He was initially scheduled to return February 5, but he sent a letter to the Senate asking for an indefinite extension of his vacation




Fayose accuses FG of withholding Ekiti state's January allocation


Ekiti state governor, Ayo Fayose, has accused the Federal government of withholding the January allocation of the state. Fayose at a press conference in the state capital Ado-Ekiti, alleged that the state allocations are being withheld by the Buhari-led administration because of his constant criticisms of their policies. He said “After the Federal Allocation Committee meeting, it is sad that Ekiti Federal Allocation for January has not been released. Secondly, the budget support, for which we signed an ISPO for all states in Nigeria, Ekiti remains the only state not paid for the month of January, no excuse or explanation has been given. I have written to the Federal Ministry of Finance, my Commissioner has been there, as well as the Central Bank of Nigeria, nobody is ready to talk to us. We contacted the Honourable Minister, all the Directors at the Ministry of Finance, everybody is shying away from talking to us for the last 10 days now. I want to appeal to the Federal Government, I want to appeal to the Ministry of Finance not to allow the civil servants in Ekiti to suffer".
The Federal government is yet to react to this claim.





7 persons kidnapped in Epe, Lagos


Armed men suspected to be kidnappers have abducted seven persons in the Igbodu, Epe area of Lagos state. According to reports, the victims, 5 of them workers on a farm and two others who are members of the Oodua Peoples Congress, were kidnapped yesterday morning as they made their way to the farm. No word has been heard from their abductors.
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