List Of Roads To Be Closed As President Buhari Visits Lagos On Wednesday

As President Buhari prepared to visit Lagos tomorrow, 24th April 2019, the State has issued out guidelines for a free flow of traffic. The one-day visit will see the president Buhari commission a number of state projects including the rehabilitated 10-lane Oshodi – Muritala Muhammed International Airport Road; the 170-Bed ‘Ayinke House’ (Maternity Hospital)) at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) Ikeja; the Lagos State Theatre at Oregun, Ikeja; new 820 Mass Transit Buses and the multi-level Oshodi Transport Interchange along the Apapa-Oshodi Expressway. The State Ministry of Transportation…

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Sunday Karimi Blasts Governor Yahaya Bello For Failing To Pay Workers (Read What He Has To Say)

  A member of the House of Representatives, Sunday Karimi, challenged the Kogi State Government to name projects completed in the state. Karimi spoke on Wednesday on a Channels Television program Politics Today, where he accused the government of raiding the state over the past three years. “What has occurred in Kogi State over the past three years is a situation in which luckily someone came into governance because the people of Kogi did not vote for him first. “He took a number of loans from banks, no infrastructural development…

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8 Nigerians Executed In Saudi Arabia, 20 Others On Death Row Over Drug Offences

Abike Dabiri, chairman of the National Diaspora Commission has said that eight Nigerians have been executed by the Saudi Arabian government over drug-related offences. Daily Trust reports that Dabiri revealed this on Tuesday, April 2 at the State House while also speaking about the execution of a Nigerian woman in the same country for drug trafficking. Dabiri lamented the execution of the Nigerian woman which took place on Monday, April 1. She also revealed that 20 other Nigerians were on death row in Saudi Arabia awaiting execution over drug offence.…

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APC, Oyetola Appeal Osun Tribunal’s Judgement

The All Progressives Congress (APC) and Osun State Governor, Adegboyega Oyetola, have asked the Court of Appeal in Abuja to reverse the judgment given by the Osun state election tribunal on March 22nd. The tribunal had declared PDP candidate Ademola Adeleke, winner of the September 28th 2018 governorship election in the state and asked the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to issue him a certificate of return. In a 39-ground notice of appeal filed by their team of lawyers, led by Wole Olanipekun (SAN), the APC and Oyetola faulted the…

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Man Caught Stealing Pants & Bra In Oyo, Stripped Unclad And Forced To Wear Them

A young man was severely dealt with after he was nabbed stealing female underwear in Technical area of Ogbomoso in Oyo state. According to Radderpoint, the suspect was caught red handed after stealing some pants and bra which he planned to sell for alleged ritual purpose. The young man was severely beaten by the residents who caught him as they stripped him unclad and forced to him wear the stolen underwear in a bid to humiliate him. It was gathered that the alleged underwear thief was later handed over to…

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Cultists Arrested During Robbery After Engaging Police In Gun Battle.

Following reported complaints of cult activities in Yenagoa metropolis, the Commissioner of Police Bayelsa State directed the tactical teams to embark on vigorous stop and search operations and patrols within the metropolis. On 17 March, 2019, four armed men operating in a tricycle with a locally made pistol robbed one Kelly Effiong ‘f’ at Ebis Road, Biogbolo of one Techno phone valued at N45,000, and an ITEL phone valued at N4.500. On sighting a patrol team the the armed robbers engaged the policemen in a gun battle, the policemen fired…

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Success’ Viral Video: Delta Government To Sanction School Head And Others

Following Success’ viral video which has attracted attention of many Nigerian celebrities after she was was sent home for her school fees, the Delta Government has threatened to sanction the little girl’s school head and others found culpable. The state Commissioner for Education, Mr Chiedu Ebie who spoke on behalf of the Delta government, said that they operated a free education policy, hence the threat to sanction the school head and others who have been demanding examination levy or any other unauthorised levies from pupils. “The fact is that we…

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