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Nigerian Newspapers: Top 10 headlines you should keep up with Today

Good morning fam,

In case you missed it, here is today’s summary of the major headlines that trended on Kemi Filani News yesterday, January 17.

1. Adekunle Gold finally reveals why he privately married Simi in an exclusive mail sent to Kemi Filani.

2. The true identity of Bisade Ologunde popularly known as Mr Lagbaja has now been unveiled.

Lagbaja’s real face has really never been known since the inception of his musical career in early 90’s, because the singer has managed to keep his identity hidden by always wearing a mask, with many still yet to understand the reason behind it.

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3. Comedian Alibaba reveals why Nigerian politicians are not sharing money for the upcoming elections as they used to, in the previous elections.

4. Ekiti King dies, few days after tragic Ekiti accident that killed many.

5. The video of Adekunle Gold and Simi’s private wedding has been released by the former YBNL singer, on his YouTube channel.

6. Last night, Kadaria Ahmed, the moderator of The Candidates, a live Town Hall Meeting for presidential candidates and their deputies in the 2019 elections, interrupted VP Osinbajo while he was trying to save his boss, Buhari an upteempth time.

7. Nairobi Attack: 20 touching and dramatic photos from Dusit complex terror.

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8. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has released the final list of candidates for the 2019 general elections.

9. The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar arrived in Washington on Thursday despite the corruption charges he’s being faced with. This was reported by the Boss Newspaper and confirmed by Dele Momodu on Twitter.

10. The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, has asked for the release of N50 billion as a sign of good faith from the Federal Government.

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