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Sheer luck or abrupt survival instincts, whatever comes to mind regarding Senator Ifeanyi Ubah’s near-death experience and how he narrowly escaped the sporadically fired shots by gunmen in Enugu State, is still a shock to many Nigerians.

The Muslim-Muslim Ticket conversation that has been ongoing since the conclusion of party primaries in the country brings a lot of possibilities to mind, and one of those outcomes has more to do with the future of Nigerians.

Statistics show that over 40% of Nigerians suffer low power supply and even lack access to electricity, as the research from the Power Dialogue team further described the situation as unreliable and insufficient supply.

Nigerians took to Twitter once again to express their dissatisfaction with the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration and have been lamenting that everything he touches collapses at the end of the day.

Fuel scarcity causing hardships and destabilising business activities across various parts of the country is only getting worse as Nigerians have started feeling the financial burden from the incessant hike in the price of petroleum and transportation fare.

Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, National Leader of the All Progressives Party, APC and Presidential hopeful in the 2023 General Elections, has been caught up in a controversial act that seemed quite embarrassing in the eyes of the public.

Mr Babatunde Fashola, the Minister of Works and Housing, called on Nigerians to join hands with the government to promote peace and security in the country, saying that it is the only way to keep alive the memories of those compatriots who paid the supreme sacrifice to preserve the peace and unity of the country.