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HOUSE FOR SALE:2 Flats Of Luxury 3 Bedroom @ Obaretin Off Sapele Road

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HOUSE FOR SALE:2 Flats Of Luxury 3 Bedroom @ Obaretin Off Sapele Road

The property is on:

1. 100ft × 100ft
2. 2 flats of Three-bedroom en-suite
3. A security post
4. Extral land to do anything of your choice.
5. All the House is made of quality POP.
6. Neat environment and very easily accessible.
7. Survey Plan and Deed’s of Transfer

Location: Obaretin Off Sapele Road, Benin City Edo State.

Asking Price: 35m

Contact :+234 703 884 2755 Godspower. (serious buyers only)

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US States Sue Joe Biden For Allowing Wave Of Asylum Seekers Into America

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A number of US states are suing Joe Biden over the president’s decision to allow a new wave of Mexican asylum seekers into America.

 

Texas, Arizona and Missouri have all filed federal court lawsuits against the Biden administration for reversing former President Donald Trump’s controversial so-called ‘remain in Mexico’ policy.

 

In February, Biden relaxed the terms of Trump’s Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) and began allowing asylum seekers enrolled in the program to come to America and stay there while their claims are decided.

 

According to lawsuits filed Tuesday, April 13, the attorney generals in Texas and Missouri claim Biden’s undoing of Trump’s work is responsible for a surge of illegal immigrants and crime in their states, reports the New York Post.

 

Arizona’s attorney general Mark Brnovich argues in court papers that migrants “crossing into our country: are having a “devastating impact on the environment”.

 

Brnovich told the Post that each asylum seeker that crosses into America “leaves approximately six to eight pounds of trash in the desert”.

 

US states sue Joe Biden for allowing wave of asylum seekers into America

 

He said: “I think it’s imperative that we do everything we can to try to address the crisis at our border, so I’m using the tools that I have in my toolbox.

 

“When I look at what is happening in our desert when I look at the record amount of people crossing illegally into our country, I can’t help but know that this is having a devastating impact on our community, but it’s also having a devastating impact on the environment.

 

“It has been estimated that each border crosser leaves approximately 6 to 8 pounds of trash in the desert. The trash could be anything from human waste, to backpacks, to drugs, to plastic bags.

 

“And this trash, in and of itself, is a threat to wildlife and natural habitat.”

 

The suit also claims that the increase in population caused by migrants would lead to the “release of pollutants, carbon dioxide, and other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, which directly affects air quality.”

 

US states sue Joe Biden for allowing wave of asylum seekers into America

 

Under Trump, more than 70,000 migrants who were enrolled in the MPP program were sent back to Mexico for months, and sometimes years, while their claims were dealt with.

 

Texas’ lawsuit says the unravelling of the rules by Biden is “arbitrary and capricious” and has caused thousands of children to come to the border with “meritless asylum claims”.

 

“MPP played a critical role in addressing” the immigration border crisis and it also “discouraged aliens from attempting illegal entry or making meritless asylum claims in the hope of staying inside the United States”, the court papers say.

 

It also claims Texas has incurred costs “as organized crime and drug cartels prey on migrant communities and children through human trafficking, violence, extortion, sexual assault, and exploitation”, the court documents claim.

 

Similarly, Missouri’s suit claims the state has to spend significant resources as a result of the rollback to fight human trafficking.

 

The court papers say the state is a “destination and transit state for many human traffickers”, the court papers allege.

 

The states are asking for a judge to set aside Biden’s January 20 order that suspended the MPP.

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Protesting Plateau State University Student Falls Off Vehicle And Dies

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A 100 Level student of Plateau State University (PLASU), Bokkos, Emmanuel Isreal, who fell off a vehicle during a student protest on Tuesday, April 13, has died.

 

According to reports, the deceased who is said to be the class Rep of the Mathematics Department of the university died from the head injuries he sustained after he fell off the car.

 

Students of the institution filed out on Tuesday to protest the alleged rape of four female students of the institution. During the protest, Emmanuel who was on top of one of the cars used during the protest march fell off. He sustained a head injury and was rushed to the Bokkos Cottage hospital where he later died.

 

His body has since been deposited in the morgue.

 

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It Is Not A Fact – FG Replies Governor Obaseki On Printing Of N60bn

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The federal government has countered Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State’s claim that it printed N50 to N60 billion for states to share in March 2021.

 

Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Hajiya Zainab Ahmed denied the claim while answering questions from state house correspondents.

 

Ahmed also defended the government’s borrowings despite the concern expressed by Obaseki by stating that “the country’s debt is still within sustainable limits.”  She said what was distributed at the monthly FAAC meetings were generated revenue from government institutions available to the public at the ministry’s website.

 

The Minister said;

 

“The issue that was raised by the Edo State Governor for me is very, very sad. Because it is not a fact. What we distribute at FAAC is a revenue that is generated and in fact distribution revenue is a public information.

“We publish revenue generated by FIRS, the customs and the NNPC and we distribute at FAAC. So, it is not true to say we printed money to distribute at FAAC, it is not true.

“On the issue of the borrowing, the Nigerian debt is still within sustainable limit. What we need to do as I have said several times is to improve our revenue to enhance our capacity to service not only our debt but to service the needs of running government on day to day basis.

“So, our debt currently at about 23% to GDP is at a very sustainable level. If you look at all the reports that you see from multilateral institutions.”

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