digest: Our top ten stories that broke this Tuesday

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The team has gathered the most important news stories that hit the headlines on Tuesday, May 24.  You can find all the important things you might have missed but still need to know below in today’s digest!


Former president Goodluck Jonathan’s cousin received a wire transfer of $40 million and the EFCC is already investigating.


One of the founding fathers of Ebonyi state, revered Senator Ofia Nwali, died today at the age of 74.


The Buhari administration has reiterated that the poorest of Nigerians will receive a government grant of N5000 each.


Justice Ibrahim Buba of the Federal High Court ordered Ali Modu Sheriff, the erstwhile chairman of the PDP, to continue serving as the party’s chairman today.



Reports emerged today that the Central Bank of Nigeria will make the decision to devalue the Naira.


A university professor in China has been caught on camera having sex with one of his students in a classroom.


The former deputy governor of Osun state has been arrested over the Ekitigate election scandal.


Eastern brides are said to be the most expensive brides in Nigeria, in terms of what is reportedly demanded of the potential groom on the ‘list’.


For many men it is important to be the first one with their wife. So, they are looking to marry virgin girls. But how does find out about such a thing without carrying out a virginity test?

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