Why we assisted Widows with food items, Cash —Ondo Female Journalists

Why we assisted Widows with food items, Cash —Ondo Female Journalists

The Nigeria Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ), Ondo State Chapter today distributed cash and food items to some widows in the state. The gesture is part of the association’s contributions to cushion the effects of the sit at home directive of government aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. NAWOJ Chairperson in the state, Mrs Doris Olumoko, explained that the gesture was to cushion the effects of COVID-19 lockdown on the selected widows….

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Buhari may consider El-rufai, SGF, Marwa, Customs Boss as Kyari’s replacement

Buhari may consider El-rufai, SGF, Marwa, Customs Boss as Kyari’s replacement

The next Chief of Staff to the President is likely to emerge from a field of nine notable public figures, as the seat of power tries to get over the shocking demise of the former occupant of the office, Mallam Abba Kyari. Kyari died on Friday night and was buried at Gudu Cemetery in Abuja on Saturday. The Nation gathered on Saturday that the search for Kyari’s replacement has to get underway as early as…

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Pandemonium as Man kills Amotekun official

Pandemonium as Man kills Amotekun official

Pandemonium broke out today in Erijiyan Ekiti, in Ekiti West Local Government area of Ekiti State as a middle aged man known as Kehinde Awosusi was said to have allegedly murdered a motorcyclist believed to be an official of newly formed Amotekun Corps. Some youths of the community who were angered by the development went on rampage destroying houses and attacking innocent people. Members of the community were seen running helter skelter for the lives….

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We’re targeting 37,000 People for First Phase of Palliatives —Ondo Committee

We’re targeting 37,000 People for First Phase of  Palliatives —Ondo Committee

By: Ade Adeleke The Ondo State COVID-19 Palliative Committee has so far distributed food items to vulnerable people in 14 local government areas across the three senatorial districts. The Committee was set up by the State Governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN, two weeks ago, to tackle food insecurity arising from restrictions on movements and economic activities to tame the spread of Coronavirus infections. In a Press Statement signed by Alex Kalejaye, the Committee’s Spokesman, explained that…

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Curfew: Uneasy Calm in Ilaje as Residents protest against Navy

Curfew: Uneasy Calm in Ilaje as Residents protest against Navy

By: Oluwatosin Adesola There is uneasy calm as some residents of Igbokoda in Ilaje local government area of Ondo state have staged a peaceful protest to demand justice and compensation for the owner of a Medicine Store allegedly set ablaze by men of the Nigerian Navy few days ago amidst COVID-19 curfew. An eyewitness account indicates that the protest was staged by some residents against the Naval officers over the incident. “Residents of Omonira street,…

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ONDO 2020 GUBER RACE & OLUSOLA OKE’S AMBITION

ONDO 2020 GUBER RACE & OLUSOLA OKE’S AMBITION

ONDO 2020: WHO IS AFRAID OF CHIEF OKE, SAN? Recently, the contest for the Commission of Ondo state governorship has witnessed unprecedented deployment of vulgar abuse, name-calling and irresponsible act of fiction writing to assassinate character of a perceived opponent. These elements with a small heart in the gubernatorial ambition of their sponsor, have written series of baseless moonlight stories about Chief Olusola Oke, SAN believing that their unbelievable lies will bring him down and…

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COVID-19 Curfew: Don’t add to People’s grief —Ondo CP warns Policemen

COVID-19 Curfew: Don’t add to People’s grief —Ondo CP warns Policemen

By: Ade Adeleke The Ondo state Commissioner of Police, Mr Undie Adie, has warned officers of the Command who are posted on patrol to ensure citizens maintain strict compliance with the dusk to dawn curfew, to be exceptionally professional in the discharge of their duties. Mr Adie in a Statement signed by the Police Public relations officer, Mr Tee-Leo Ikoro, said the warning became imperative as a result of the avalanche of complaints at his…

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