“We’re all Mortals, I wish Gov Akeredolu quick Recovery”

“We’re all Mortals, I wish Gov Akeredolu quick Recovery”

By: Ade Adeleke A lawyer and APC chieftain, Mr Tolu Babaleye on Thursday insisted that Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu is indisposed and wished him quick recovery. Babaleye said, “No one is a stone and no one is a ghost, anybody can fall sick as long as he/she is a mortal. This is not a hate speech! I wish Aketi quick recovery and save return to his duty post!” Babaleye stated this in a Statement issued in…

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Minimum Wage: How we arrived at new Salary Scales —Labour, FG

Minimum Wage: How we arrived at new Salary Scales —Labour, FG

LABOUR and the Federal Government have defended their positions on the new minimum wage table for workers’ salaries. They had last night reached an agreement on the consequential adjustment to the salaries of senior civil servants towards the full implementation of the new minimum wage. The agreement, after two days of talks, ended the strike threat. In addition to Federal Government workers on Levels 1-6, who already enjoy the N30,000 minimum wage, Grade Level 07…

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Voters’ Inducement breeding bad Leaders in Nigeria —says Expert, Dotun Ojon

Voters’ Inducement breeding bad Leaders in Nigeria —says Expert, Dotun Ojon

By: Ade Adeleke A leadership communicator and strategist, Dotun Ojon has attributed bad leadership in the country to increasing rate of voters’ Inducement during recent elections. Ojon, who is also a youth activist therefore urged electorate to resist and reject any form of inducement from politicians. Dotun Ojon who is an Ondo state born journalist gave the advice in Akure, at a LEAP Leadership summit organised for participants including youth leaders, market women leaders and…

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Our Stand on December 7 Ekiti LG Polls —PDP

Our Stand on December 7 Ekiti LG Polls —PDP

By: SUNSHINETRUTH Ekiti State Chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party, on Sunday, insisted that it will participate in the forthcoming Local Government elections scheduled for December 7. In a statement by the State Publicity Secretary of the Party, Mr Jackson Adebayo in Ado Ekiti, PDP maintained that there was no amount of shenanigan that would stop the party from its resolve to participate in the election. This position has also been corroborated by all the…

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Deplorable Federal Roads causing discomfort for our people —Ondo Govt

Deplorable Federal Roads causing discomfort for our people —Ondo Govt

By: SUNSHINETRUTH ……. We will continue to Fix poor Federal Roads in our State. Ondo State government has expressed its displeasure at the condition of federal roads in state and vow its desire to fix them. Commissioner for Works and Infrastructure, Mr. Saka Yusuf Ogunleye made this known during an inspection of the failed portion of the Araromi junction along Owo/Ilesa road in Akure. Mr. Ogunkeye remarked that though the roads are owned by the…

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Political Parties without Lawmaker should be deregistered —Senate tells INEC

Political Parties without Lawmaker should be deregistered —Senate tells INEC

By: SUNSHINETRUTH The Senate, yesterday, said that it would reduce the number of political parties participating in elections in the country from the current 91 to five through legislation. The Senate stated this at a meeting with the leadership of INEC led by its chairman, Professor Mahmood Yakubu, in the National Assembly, Abuja. The apex legislative chamber expressed dissatisfaction over the number of political parties fielding candidates in the forthcoming governorship elections in Bayelsa and…

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ASUP drags Ondo Poly to Court over new Rector, Sack of Union’s Chairman

ASUP drags Ondo Poly to Court over new Rector, Sack of Union’s Chairman

By: Ade Adeleke The crisis rocking Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo (RUGIPO) has taken a new dimension as the embattled Chairman of the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnic, RUGIPO chapter, Comrade Oluwadare Ijawoye and his Secretary, Comrade Ade Arikawe allegedly dismissed by the management of the institution on Tuesday, have described the sack as a joke and illegal. In a reaction to the decision of the authorities, Ijawoye said the issue was already in court and…

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2020: Buhari presents N10.7 Trillion Budget to N’Assembly Today

2020: Buhari presents N10.7 Trillion Budget to N’Assembly Today

By: SUNSHINETRUTH President Muhammadu Buhari is scheduled to lay the 2020 Budget proposal before the joint sitting of the National Assembly on Tuesday (today). A statement issued by the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Chief Femi Adesina, on Friday night, had said an emergency meeting of the Federal Executive Council held yesterday was to put finishing touches to the 2020 budget proposal. The Federal Executive Council (FEC) on Monday accepted the…

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2023 Presidential Poll: Anybody above 70year-old may be Banned from Contesting

2023 Presidential Poll: Anybody above 70year-old may be Banned from Contesting

A member of the House of Representatives, Bede Eke, has proposed creation of a law that disqualifies Nigerians older than 70 from contesting in presidential election. According to Eke, who is representing Aboh Mbaise/Ngor Okpala Federal Constituency of Imo State, with the passage of the ‘Not Too Young To Run’ bill by the National Assembly, and the assent into law by President Muhammadu Buhari, there is the need to also have a maximum age of…

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Nigeria @59: Electricity Customers from Ondo, Edo, Delta, Ekiti Set for Mega Protest Against BEDC

Nigeria @59: Electricity Customers from Ondo, Edo, Delta, Ekiti Set for Mega Protest Against BEDC

By: SUNSHINETRUTH BEDC LIED ABOUT THE 190, 000 METERS ROLL OUT IN EDO STATE WE NEED ELECTRICITY INDEPENDENCE FROM BEDC NOW …residents of Edo, Delta, Ondo and Ekiti holds mega rally in Benin City on October 1st. It is a known fact that, Nigeria has attained independence from the colonialists on the 1st of October, 1960, however, our leaders have assumed the role of the colonialists after their exit 59 years ago. Electricity is a…

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