Tag Archives: Ogun State

Student, Three Others Kidnapped In Ogun

Four persons, including a 400-Level student, were kidnapped in separate operations in Ogun State between Wednesday and Saturday. The first abduction, which occurred within Ijebu-Ode, Thursday night, involved Mrs B. L. Abimbola, Deputy Director, Information Communication Technology of Tai Solarin University of Education, TASUED, Ijagun, Ijebu-Ode. The other abduction took place on a farm located at Abule Itoko village in ...

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Internet Access & Broadband Connectivity Compulsory For Growth – Osinbajo

The recognition that internet access and broadband penetration will become existential in the nearest future and will determine Nigeria’s competitiveness in the global economy, among others, is the driving force behind the Buhari administration’s initiative on broadband connectivity for all, according to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN. Prof. Osinbajo stated this yesterday in his remarks delivered virtually at the launch ...

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Resist Attempt To Destroy The Unity Of Nigeria — Osinbajo

“We must resist any attempt to destroy the unity of this country. Our people have lived and worked together for decades, even centuries. While we must attend to the cries of communities, and the cries of our people for justice, equity and fairness, we can do so within this same union. Ultimately we are stronger together than apart.” These were ...

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We’ll Flush Killer Herdsmen Out Of Ogun, Sunday Igboho Boasts

The Ogun State Government on Monday declined comment on the visit of Yoruba rights activist, Sunday Adeyemo, aka Sunday Igboho, to the state. It, however, denied reports that it had enlisted him to combat crime in the state. Earlier on Monday, Igboho stopped briefly in Abeokuta, the state capital, on his way to the Yewa-North Local Government of the state. ...

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Army Conniving With Herdsmen To Attack Our People – Ogun monarchs

Traditional Rulers in Ketu communities of Yewa North Local Government Area of Ogun State have petitioned the Nigerian Army over alleged connivance of its officers with herdsmen to harass villagers in the state. The traditional rulers are the Oniggua of Iggualand, Oba Micheal Dosumu; the Eselu of Iseluland, Oba Akintunde Akinyemi; and the Alademeso of Igan Alade, Oba Gabriel Olalowo. ...

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