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Today's Headlines: US Is Trying To Destroy Russia - Putin Ally, Atiku Declares To Run For President

The United States is attempting to destabilize Putin's ally.

Several prominent Putin supporters have accused the United States of attempting to humiliate, divide, and ultimately destroy Russia in a statement.

According to former Russian President and Security Council Vice Chairman Dmitry Medvedev, if such a proposal were to be implemented, it would have catastrophic global consequences.

He stated on Telegram that something like this would never happen in Russia.

Atiku Abubakar has declared himself president-elect.

Atiku Abubakar, who announced his intention to run for president of Nigeria in 2023 on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party, hopes that Nigerians will assist him in making his dream a reality.

Mr Abubakar held a commemorative event at the International Conference Centre in Abuja to mark the anniversary of his announcement. Mr. Abukakar is running for President of the United States for the sixth time in his career.

And he's run for president twice before, most recently in 2019, when he came in second to incumbent Muhammadu Buhari in a tight race for the presidency. He has been a candidate for president on behalf of the Social Democratic Party since 1992, when he first entered the race.

It has been postponed until April 27 the hearing on the motion to extradite suspended Deputy Commissioner of Police Abba Kyari to the United States to stand trial for suspected collaboration with a prominent cyber fraudster known as Hushpuppi. The hearing on Wednesday had been scheduled for April 27.

Kyari is wanted in the United States on charges of wire fraud, money laundering, and identity theft, among other things.

A grand jury indicted him on April 29, 2021, and the United States District Court for the Central District of California issued an arrest warrant for him the following day.

Section 84 of the Electoral Act will be challenged by the Senate (12)

On Wednesday, it made the decision to challenge the Federal High Court's decision to strike down Section 84(12) of the Electoral Act in its entirety.

Specifically, the motion stated that there was a "urgent urgency to appeal the judgment of the Federal High Court Umuahia on suit no.: FHC/UM/CS/26/2022."

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