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Tinubu Mourns Ex-Ogun Deputy Gov Ogunleye

…..Says He Was a True Progressive, Afenifere All Progressives Congress national leader, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has described the former deputy governor of Ogun State who died on Monday at 79 as a true progressive and an Afenifere to the core. In a statement on the demise of Ogunleye by his Media Office signed by Tunde Rahman, Asiwaju Tinubu said; “The progressive family lost another of its foremost leaders today with the passing of former Deputy Governor of Ogun State, Alhaji Abdul Rafiu Ogunleye, at 79. “Alhaji Ogunleye was an astute administrator, very principled…

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Police Seal Teslim Balogun Stadium in Lagos Over Tenure Crisis

The sports family in Lagos was on Monday shocked to find that state-owned Teslim Balogun Stadium in Surulere had been sealed off by policemen. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that a detachment of policemen and other security officials were stationed at the entrance of the stadium, preventing people from gaining entrance into the facility. The Lagos State Sports Commission (LSSC) had been engulfed in crisis following an April 23 circular singed by Adeniran Odeyemi, Permanent Secretary, Cabinet Office, directing heads government agencies to hand over by May 10.…

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Man Shocked His Lover Whose Rent He Was Paying Lives With Another Man

A Zimbabwe man made a heartbreaking discovery of his life, when he found out that his girlfriend, whose house rent he was paying, was living with another man. According to a newspaper; Bulawayo Metro, Jojo Tabengwa thought his girlfriend Samkeliso Dube was staying with her parents yet she had already moved in with another man. For three months, he paid rent for the family but was not allowed to visit. Tabengwa became suspicious because Dube would always switch off her phone when she got home. When the lie was finally…

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Lagos Seizes 30 Tonnes Of Poisonous ‘Ponmo’ Worth N10m

…Set Up Monitoring and Investigation Committee The Lagos State government through the Ministry of Agriculture,  State Task Force on Environment and Special Offences Enforcement Unit and officers of the Nigeria Police over the weekend seized 30 Tonnes of Cow skin popularly known as ‘Ponmo’ presumed to be poisonous and unhealthy for human consumption at a skin hide processing factory located at College Road in Igando area of Lagos State.  According to the Commissioner for Agriculture, Mr. Oluwatoyin Suarau,  the special operation which led to the arrest of operators of the factory …

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Press Freedom Essential For Democracy, Devt In Africa, Says Songwe

Economic Commission for Africa’s (ECA) Executive Secretary, Vera Songwe, on Thursday celebrated World Press Freedom Day by emphasizing the important role of the media in facilitating free and fair electoral processes on the continent. Speaking at a global conference to mark the day in Addis Ababa, held on the theme Media for Democracy: Journalism and Elections in times of Disinformation, Ms. Songwe said the media has an important role to play in enabling accountability in the democratic process. “We have seen for instance how in recent years vibrant media are increasingly…

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Minister Says Nigeria Safe For Tourism, Business After Foreign Bikers’ Tour

The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has said the successful, two-week tour of cultural heritage and historic sites across the country by local and foreign bikers, under the auspices of the Latin America Motorcycles Association (LAMA), has confirmed that Nigeria is now safe for tourism and business.   The Minister made the remarks in Abuja on Monday while bidding farewell to the foreign bikers at the end of the tour that took them to eight states covering four geo-political zones and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).  …

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Ooni Disowns ‘Outreach Foundation’, Describes Group Faceless

The Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwunsi Ojaja II, has dissociated himself from the activities of a group called “Ooni Outreach Foundation”. Ooni distanced himself from the group described as “faceless’’ in a statement by the Director of Media and Public Affairs his palace, Mr Moses Olafare, on Friday, in Ile-Ife. Olafare said the disclaimer became necessary due to reports the palace received on fraudulent activities of unscrupulous individuals who had been swindling the public under the guise of representing the Arole Oodua. He said the royal father had no link with with “Ooni…

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Widower Drags Mother In-Law To Court Over Inheritance

A widower, Isah Sulaiman, has sued his mother in-law at a Magajin Gari Sharia Court in Kaduna, over his late wife’s inheritance. Sulaiman told the court his mother in-law, Khadija Ibrahim, had allegedly confiscated his late wife’s inheritance meant for his children. The plaintiff is asking the court to compel the respondent to handover the house documents of his late wife, Aisha, to her surviving three children. But the defendant told the court that the issue in question had earlier been resolved by another court soon after the death of her…

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Why Young Singles In Japan Are No Longer Having Sex

….Abstinence From Relationships Worries Government It’s a difficult concept to imagine and a problem that’s leading to a national catastrophe. In an era where dating is at your fingertips, one part of the world is losing interest in conventional relationships altogether. For a country with more than 127 million people, very few are choosing to go on a date, or even get intimate with another person. In fact, the national “turn off” is growing so rapidly, that almost half of those under 40 in Japan are still virgins. Basically, sex…

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Kidnappers Release NTA Staff, Family After N5m Ransom Payment

Thirteen days after the Kidnapping of a journalist, his wife and two siblings, armed bandits terrorizing Birnin-Gwari have finally regained freedom after a ransom of five million naira was paid. They were released around 7.15am at Tasha Keji near Kuriga along Birnin-Gwari-Kaduna highways. Their freedom from Kidnappers’ den was possible after a hectic and painstaking negotiation with the Armed bandits for thirteen days. Armed bandits had on Monday 10th September 2018, kidnapped a Staff of NTA Kaduna, Yahaya Isa, and his wife and his cousin Sama’ila Buhari and another married…

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