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Topnaija latest news updates for today, 4th July, 2024



Topnaija latest news updates

Start your day right with Topnaija latest news updates. Get the latest news headlines from Nigerian newspapers for Thursday, July 4, 2024, exclusively on Stay informed with the latest in local and global news.

Shatta Bandle apologies to EFCC over abuse of Naira (VIDEO)

Ghanaian social media personality Shatta Bandle has publicly apologized to Nigeria, Nigerians, and the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) amid reports of his abuse of the Naira note during Mr. Ibu’s funeral.

In his apology, Shatta Bandle pleaded for leniency, explaining that he was unaware of the regulations prohibiting such actions and did not intend to violate any laws. Read more here.

EFCC warns public of planned protest by shadowy group

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has alerted the public about a shadowy group’s plans to instigate a protest against the Commission. This group has recently been active on social media, recruiting young Nigerians, including students, to mobilize against the EFCC.

Emerging evidence suggests that corrupt elements under investigation or prosecution by the EFCC may exploit this protest to orchestrate a national uprising, potentially threatening Nigeria’s peace and security. Read more here.

Abuja Court Orders Cleric to Pay N10 Million for Rights Violation

Federal High Court in Abuja has ordered Rev. Onokogu Hezekiah, founder of Living Christ Mission, to pay N10 million in damages to Polaris Bank manager Hezekiah Duru for violating his fundamental human rights.

This decision follows Duru’s wrongful arrest and detention, which was instigated by Hezekiah’s petition accusing him of financial misappropriation and breach of trust. Read more here.

New Zealand tightens Work Visa restrictions

In a bid to control unsustainable migration, New Zealand has introduced additional restrictions on work visas, specifically targeting workers in lower-skilled occupations. The move aims to reduce the number of dependents accompanying workers on Accredited Employer Work Visas (AEWV).

According to the New Zealand Immigration website, the new rules affect individuals employed in occupations classified as levels 4 and 5 by the Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO). Read more here.

Star of Amazon Prime series ‘The Boys’ accused of being a bully on set

Serious allegations faces one of Amazon Prime’s superhero show ‘The Boys’ star as Instagram account releases insider scoop online.

Toxic working environments have been a consistent problem in Hollywood for as long as time goes on. Rumors and leaks have at some point come out of alleged improper conducts on set or off set by actors, directors or producers depending on the reports that get leaked to the media. Read more here.

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