Police Confirm Soyinka House Invasion,But Not By Herders

Police in Ogun State have confirmed that three cows strayed into the premises of Professor Wole Soyinka at Ilugun Village, Kemta Idi-Aba, Abeokuta on Tuesday, February 9th, 2021.


Kebbi state Governor, AGF Malami Revalidate APC Membership in Birnin Kebbi


Says APC Has Done Well 

Commends PMB Exemplary Leadership 

Urge Party Members To Turnout Fo

Kebbi state Governor  Atiku Bagudu has described the  revalidation and reregistration exercise of  the All Progressives Congress  APC as a tool of strengthening  democracy and good governance that should be supported by all party members.



Members of the Non Academic Staff Union and Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities, University of Ilorin chapter this morning blocked the main gate to the university, causing gridlock at entrance of the institution. 


VIDEO: Osun Declares24 hour Curfew in Irepodun & Orolu LGAs


Osun State Government has declared a 24-hour curfew in Irepodun and Orolu Local Government Areas of the State, following the violence that broke out between Ilobu and Erin-Osun communities on Saturday.

VIDEO: Wamakko revalidates APC membership,


Says Buhari Working Hard For Progress, Development of Nigeria 

Says APC will come out stronger 

Former Sokoto state  governor and Senator Representing  Sokoto North Senatorial district Aliyu Magatakarda Wammako says Nigerians are proud and appreciative of the effort of president Muhammadu Buhari towards  repositioning the country. 

Ondo records highest cases of COVID-19

Ondo State has recorded the highest daily infection of coronavirus since the outbreak of the disease in Nigeria last year, topping the list of states with new infections.

FG set for Kano-Maradi Ground Breaking 9th February.

The Federal Government is set for the Ground Breaking ceremony of Kano-Maradi rail line on Tuesday, 9th February,2021  to commence the 284km  standard gauge rail project by the contractor,  Messrs Mota-Engil Nigeria Ltd, a Portuguese firm.

Missing boy: Sotitobire founder appeals conviction, hires two SANs


The founder of Sotitobire Praising Chapel, Akure, Prophet Babatunde Alfa, has approached the Appellate court to appeal his conviction over the disappearance of one year old Gold Kolawole in his church in November 2019.

The Ondo state high court had

three months ago sentenced Prophet Sotitobire to life imprisonment over his complicity in the disappearance of one year old Gold Kolawole.

Court documents obtained by newsmen indicate that hearing will begin on Monday at the Appeal court in Akure, the Ondo state capital.

The prophet had engaged the services of two Senior Advocates of Nigeria to lead his new legal team.

Two senior advocate of Nigeria, chief gboyega awomolo and his wife, Victoria will be leading 6 other lawyers to quash the conviction of the cleric and his church teachers by the lower court.

The documents revealed that a notice of appeal with 5 grounds was first filed on November 5 2020 while an additional 12 grounds was filled on December 12 2020.

Prophet Alfa is contending among other things that the judge erred in law as the court lacked jurisdiction to hear the case while the DSS also has no powers to investigate the matter that should have been handled by the police.

Investigation also revealed that parties including the Ondo state ministry of justice are abreast of the development and ready to begin another round of ligation in one the most celebrated cases in the history of Ondo state judiciary.


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