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Shehu Sani Reacts Over Accusation Of Fathering Six-Month-Old Baby Abandoned At Refuse Dump

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Former senator representing Kaduna Central at the National Assembly, Shehu Sani, has responded to the accusation of fathering a six-month-old baby abandoned at a refuse dump.

Earlier this year, the ex-lawmaker shared a photo of himself and a two-week-old baby abandoned on the street of Nasarawa State.

Sani said he kept the baby at an Orphanage Foundation in the state and pledged to provide the necessary support.

He also christened the child ‘Jordan Shehu’ and promised to support the child’s upbringing.

In a post shared on his Twitter page on Sunday, Sani revealed he paid a visit to the orphanage home where Jordan was kept, and he is currently six months old.

He wrote: “The little Baby Boy, Jordan who was thrown and abandoned in a Refuse dump by his unknown parents is now 6 months old.Today I visited the Orphanage.”

Reacting to the post, self-acclaimed investigative journalist, Kemi Olunloyo alleged that the baby belongs to the former lawmaker, stressing that they share some striking resemblance.

She wrote: “I’m an investigative journalist. This is your KID Senator.

“Hairline, Afro, forehead like Rihanna. Reconcile with your baby mama now‼️No kid needs to be in the trash #BabySani deserves a good life”

Responding, Shehu Sani, wrote: “Sister Kemi,as an expert how did you miss Calling American Actor Sherman Hemsley my father”

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British Airways Flight Grounded in Lagos Due to Technical Fault

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– British Airways flight delayed due to technical fault
– Passengers stranded at Murtala Muhammed Airport in Lagos
– Airline apologizes and re-accommodates passengers on other flights

A British Airways flight scheduled to depart for London from Lagos was delayed due to a technical fault, causing confusion and frustration among passengers.

The flight, which was scheduled to depart at 10:50 pm on Wednesday, June 19, was eventually canceled after 1:00 am, leaving many stranded.

However, most passengers have been re-accommodated on other flights, while the remaining affected passengers have been lodged in a hotel with their meals catered for since Wednesday.

According to a passenger, the airline is working hard to book the remaining customers on a flight as soon as possible.

The Regional Commercial Manager for Nigeria and Ghana, Mrs. Tutu Otuyalo, confirmed the development and apologized for the delay.

“We have been in contact with our customers to apologize for the delay to their flight, caused by a technical issue with the aircraft,” she said. “The safety of our customers is our top priority, and we would never operate a flight unless it is safe to do.”

In addition, Mrs. Otuyalo assured that the majority of customers have been re-accommodated on other flights, and the team is working hard to book the remaining customers on a flight as soon as possible.

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Federal Govt Puts Three Presidential Aircraft Up For Sale

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– FG puts three presidential jets up for sale
– Move aimed at reducing maintenance costs
– Proceeds to fund purchase of new aircraft

The Federal Government has decided to sell three ageing aircraft from the presidential fleet to reduce maintenance costs.

The aircraft, including a Boeing 737 BBJ, Gulfstream, and Falcon 7x, will be sold through a US-based airline marketer, JetHQ. The sale is expected to generate funds for the purchase of new aircraft.

Meanwhile, the presidential fleet has come under scrutiny due to its poor condition, with at least half of the aircraft deemed unserviceable or failing.

Legislators have called for the modernization of the fleet, citing safety concerns after several incidents involving the current aircraft. The government has received preliminary offers for the aircraft and is seeking optimal deals.

The sale of the aircraft is a controversial move, with some lawmakers arguing that it is insensitive to the economic hardships faced by the populace.

However, officials insist that the sale is necessary to ensure the safety of national leaders.

“We must press for a better deal instead of rushing to have a bad deal for the government,” an official involved in the process said.

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