Ondo Journalist sets to release new album “Fuji Revolution”

Ondo Journalist sets to release new album “Fuji Revolution”

The Ikare Akoko born and bred Fuji maetro, King Kakaki Adebola Muili, a journalist turned fuji artist, who is better known by his stage names, Kakaki Oba, Irorun Fuji, Anobi Orin and Elere Ibile has said his style of Fuji music is not about sound and vibe but messages that sit well with music listeners. Kakaki the I DON COM crooner who is set to release a new album titled FUJI REVOLUTION from the stable…

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Even Akeredolu’s enemies can’t abuse him of nonperformance —Alex Ajipe

Even Akeredolu’s enemies can’t abuse him of nonperformance —Alex Ajipe

……. Says Akeredolu is securing Prosperous future for Ondo State. ….. Insists ‘AKETI’ has gone beyond Alias, but now a Movement. As political strategies for the reelection of Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu thicken for July 20 APC primary and October 10 governorship election in Ondo state, the Convener of Ibi Giga Ambassadors, Chief (Dr) Oluremi Alex Ajipe has declared that majority of the governor’s projects are set up to secure future for generations yet unborn in…

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Buhari, Oronsaye Report & Tension among Federal Workers

Buhari, Oronsaye Report & Tension among Federal Workers

Opinion: How Buhari Should ‘Deconstruct Oronsanye Report’– Martins Oloja May 17, 2020 Inside Stuff By Martins Oloja “It is now more complicated, especially if the SGF doesn’t have any civil or public service experience – as the current one. I began to draw attention to this anomaly in 2016 even in the first “Inside Stuff” article. I had then drawn attention to the fact that the President Buhari’s first SGF, Babachir David Lawal was a…

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Ondo Maj Leader, Maito marks Unique 50th Birthday at Orphanage

Ondo Maj Leader, Maito marks Unique 50th Birthday at Orphanage

By: Oluwatosin Adesola While many organised high class birthday party, the Majority Leader, Ondo State House of Assembly, Hon. Jamiu Sulaiman Maito, yesterday celebrated his day in a unique manner as he put smiles on the faces of the orphans at the Ondo State Children’s Home, Oba-Ile, Akure, by donating food items and cash to the Home as a way of marking his 50th birthday. Maito who led his wife and children to the Children’s…

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‘Uncommon’ Gboye, former Ondo Commissioner honoured in Lagos

‘Uncommon’ Gboye, former Ondo Commissioner honoured in Lagos

By: Oluwatosin Adesola It was a celebration of excellence, hard working, kindheartedness, trustworthiness and outstanding performance in a chosen career as friends, kinsmen and business associates rolled out drums at the weekend to honour one of the illustrious sons of Ondo state, Engr. Gboye Adegbenro at an event held in Lagos. Always quiet but serene environment of Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Lagos was agog on Saturday with people from all walks of life gathered to…

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10yr-Old NIMI GRACE: Nigeria’s emerging Musical Sensation

10yr-Old NIMI GRACE: Nigeria’s emerging Musical Sensation

By: SUNSHINETRUTH Nimi Grace: Nigeria’s musical kid sensation Like the proverbial goldfish that has nowhere to hide, the innate talent of tenderly and innocent looking 10 year- old budding musical artiste Nimi Grace has continued to expose her musical prowess on all fronts. Nimi, a professionally dexterous Violin player combines and effortlessly too; education with her musical obsession. Asked how she is been able to combine the two, her answer was “I love music so…

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In One day, Rainstorms Destroy Over 545 Houses in Ondo State

In One day, Rainstorms Destroy Over 545 Houses in Ondo State

By: Oluwatosin Adesola In Ondo State, Few days after rainstorm wrecked havoc at Ugbe-Akoko, residents of Supare and Ikare Akoko are now counting their losses as a result of devastating downpours in the areas. SunshineTruth Correspondent who visited the affected towns, gathered that people were running helter skelter for their lives during the rainstorm that lasted for several hours where over 70 percentage of structures at Supare-Akoko and about one hundred buildings at Ikare were…

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