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This is the abstracts of today's Nigeria newspapers: Polytechnics has cancelled the award of HND certificates by the Government of Nigeria. It was decided on Wednesday by the Federal Executive Council FEC, where a major overhaul of the higher learning system in Nigeria was decided. On Wednesday President Muhammadu Buhari declared the 29 May as the yearly Day of Democracy in Nigeria.

As Buhari said in a Wednesday evening news item, the yearly ceremony will now be held on June 12 in memory of the vote, which was cancelled on that date. MKO Abiola, the celebrated winners of the cancelled elections of June 12, 1993, will be honored with the country's highest award, the Grand Commander of the Federal Republic, GCFR, in posthumous fashion, Buhari also heralded.

Represented by Kachia/Kagarko Federal Constituency, Hon Adams Jagaba, a member of the House of Representatives, has announced that the vast majority of Nigeria's legislators are prepared to initiate a trial against President Muhammadu Buhari. Buhari will be deleted if he does not swiftly respond to the 12-point resolution against him.

Nigeria's Super Eagles were beaten in another friendlies against the Czech Republic on Wednesday afternoons. Despite their efforts in the second half, the Nigerian World Cup side did not react to a Czech first half strike. Naira, on Wednesday, dropped by a point, trading at N361.5 against the greenback on the Lagos cross.

Nigeria's greenback was at N360.50 on Tuesday. And even as the message of the charges against President Muhammadu Buhari by the Nazis continues to create tensions, the legislators have now rejected such a plan. House Committee on Judiciary Chairman Hon Razak Atunwa said that the common law enforcement meeting of the two Houses of the Assembly was convened to discuss domestic matters, and that Buhari's indictment was not mentioned.

The president of the Nigerian Labour Congress, NLC, Comrade Ayuba Wabba, said that if all members of the stand commit themselves to do the right thing and work within the time frame already fixed, the new reserve can be reached in September. This he explained on Wednesday when he addressed journalists at the current 107th meeting of the International Labour Conference (ILO).

On Wednesday, the People's Democratic Party (PDP) said that the nation's honor to be bestowed on the celebrated 12 June 1993 winners, Chief MKO Abiola, by President Muhammadu Buhari, aroused a touch of pre-2019 whiffs of dissimulation and sobriety. The PDP states that President Buhari's actions were merely aimed at using Chief Abiola's name and character to obtain real respect and appreciation for him, and not out of heirloom.

The spokesperson for the Greens, Kola Ologbondiyan, said this in a declaration to the journalists in Abuja. The Enugu state government has declared the death of Uwakwe Abugu, the governor's chief press officer. Abugu was named Chief Press Secretary in June 2015.

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