InformationNG brings you the top 5 trending stories for the past 7 days.
SENATOR ABBO ASSAULT VIRAL VIDEO
A viral video of Senator Elisha Abbo surfaced the internet as he was seen assaulting a pregnant woman in a sex toy store. The Senator has since apologized, but critics posit his apology does not reflect that he was remorseful. He was invited by the Police for interrogation and has been granted bail on Friday.
2 RUGA SETTLEMENT:
Rural Grazing Area (RUGA) is the latest plan by President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration to put an end to a conflict between Fulani herdsmen and farmers in the country. This proposed initiative met a brick wall from Southern and some Middlebelt Governors who vowed not to cede any part of their land to herdsmen. Following condemnation from various quarters, the federal government announced its suspension on Wednesday.
READ MORE: Finally, Buhari Suspends Ruga Initiative
BIG BROTHER NAIJA SEASON 4
The most anticipated reality TV show in Nigeria, Big Brother Naija season 4 tagged ‘pepper Dem Gang stormed the TV with loads of reactions on social media and blogs, The reality show which will be aired for 99days in the house will produce another winner from the 21 housemates. The winner, InformationNg understands, will be going home with approximately 60 million naira.
THE DAKOLO’S VS PASTOR BIODUN FATOYINBO
Busola Dakolo, wife of music entertainer, Timi Dakolo set social media on fire when she levelled an accusation of rape against the senior pastor of Commonwealth Of Zion Assembly, Biodun Fatoyinbo. Amid the allegation, another former worker of COZA granted an interview with Ynaija, accusing same Gucci pastor of molesting her.The embattled pastor has since stepped down from his position in the church.
Supreme Court Judgment on Senator Adeleke and Governor Oyetola
On Friday, an apex court sitting in Abuja upheld the decision of the appellate court by dismissing Senator Adelekesuit against Governor Oyetola of Osun State. The outcome of the final judgment set social media agog with several backlashing and praises of President Buhari and APC led government. Reacting, Senator Adeleke announced h has accepted the court ruling.