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Lightning Strikes 100lvl Ojukwu University Student To Death (Photo)

An 100-Level student of the Ojukwu University, Igbariam, was yesterday, killed by lightening during a downpour in the State. According to reports, Vincent Uche Mbanefo, a student of Agric Extension, was alone in his room at Achalla, when the incident happened around 5pm. . Police detectives visited the scene and rushed the victim to the hospital where he was certified dead by a medical doctor. The deceased parents were immediately contacted and they have gone to convey the corpse for burial in [...]

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Obasanjo never forced me to resign as PDP chairman ―Ogbeh

THE Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Chief Audu Ogbeh has refuted the recent trending story in the social media, on how he was forced to resign as PDP Chairman by former President Olusegun Obasanjo; describing the report “as trash fit for the dustbin”. The Minister who described the social media narrative as a product of the fertile imagination of those who concocted the story grieved at the festering manner that falsehood and wicked lies are being peddled in the [...]

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Fayose causes stir, confronts security chiefs at CSO event

GOVERNOR Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State caused a stir when he confronted the Commissioner of Police in the state, Mr Ahmed Bello and the Director of the Department of State Services (DSS), Mrs Promise Ihenacho, with allegations of complicity in alleged plans to rig the July 14th governorship election in the state. Governor Fayose, while speaking at a town hall meeting convened by the Nigeria Civil Society Election Situation Room, in Ado Ekiti on Tuesday, charged the atmosphere at the Afe [...]

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Disregard call for sack of service chiefs, Yoruba group urges Buhari

The National Committee of Yoruba Youth has urged President Muhammadu Buhari, to disregard the calls being made in some quarters, for the sack of the nation’s Service Chief over increasing violence being witnessed in some part of the country. The group said it based his position, on the politicization of the violence being witnessed in some parts of the country, whereas, “people who are supposed to work with government and the affected communities, as stakeholders, have resorted into making political [...]

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GOV ABIOLA AJIMOBI VOWS BODIJA MARKET PERPETRATORS WILL ARRESTED AS HE REOPENS THE MARKET

Governor Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State has vowed that those involved in the Bodija market mayhem that led to the burning down of a police station would be arrested and prosecuted. The governor said this on Friday during an assessment visit to Bodija market and also the new central abattoir at Amosun Village in Ibadan. The news agency of Nigeria recollects that there was mayhem at Bodija market in ibadan on Thursday as suspected hoodlums allegedly clashed with some law enforcement [...]

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FIFA NOMINATES AHMED MUSA GOAL AS THE BEST GOAL OF THE TOURNAMENT

The second goal scored by Leicester City striker, Ahmed Musa against Iceland has been tipped as one of the contenders for the 2018 World Cup Goal of the Tournament by FIFA. FIFA has selected the best goals from the first two rounds of games and the Musa’s 75th minute goal against Iceland at the Volgograd Arena on June 22 made the shortlist. Musa surged clear of Iceland defender, Arnason, went past Halldorsson and took his time before finding the bottom corner [...]

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“You Cannot Steal From 180millon People And Say You Won’t Be PUNISHED” – Sowore, At Town Hall Meeting In Benin

Omoyele Sowore, who is apsipring to rule Nigeria In 2019,was at Benin yesterday, April 21, for a town hall meeting, with the Benin traditional rulers. Sowore had also paid visit to Other towns in Nigeria, earlier this year At the town hall meeting, Omoyele Sowore made some outstanding statements, in which one of them, speaking to the Nigerian looters, was “You Cannot Steal From 180 millon People and say you won’t be punished”. Also to the Niger Deltas, he said [...]

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OMOYELE SOWORE : THE RESTORER

Have you ever considered why Nigeria was good in the past and now getting worse? The answer is simple, let’s take a trip down the memory lane These are Nigerian presidents and their age when they assumed office Nnamdi Azikwe 56 years J.T.U Aguyi 42 years Yakubu Gowon 32 years Gen. Murtala Ramat Muhammed 36 years Gen. Olusegun Obasanjo 38 years Shehu Usman Aliyu Shagari 54 years Maj. Gen. Muhammadu Buhari 41 years Gen. Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida 44 years Ernest Shonekan 57 years Gen. Sani Abacha 50 years Gen. Abdulsalami Abubakar 56 years Chief Olusegun Obasanjo 61 years Umaru Musa Yar’Adua 56 years Goodluck Jonathan 57 years Muhamadu Buhari 73 years As we [...]

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