Adeleke Sets Osun Ablaze

By Bayo Bernard Senator Isiaka Adeleke loomed large in the politics of Osun state while he was alive , but in death the one popular as Sherubawon continues to upset the apple’s cart in Osun state politics, despite the face efforts by the state government to unravel the cause of his death. The inquiry has now opened up more posers than it was initially envisaged by the Governor Rauf Aregbesola Administration, which the magazine learned is already weighing the option of suspending the panel of Enquiry set up by the…

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Security: Experts favor Crime prevention to reactionary measures

By Chibuike Osuji Security experts converged in Lagos recently to jaw-jaw about the security situation in the country, as well as inculcate security consciousness into the younger generation. The target was to bridge the security lapses within the polity. Addressing students at the occasion, the Lagos Commissioner of Police, Fatai Owosheni, insisted that for any society to develop politically and economically, the place of security is very vital. “Security is not solely for Uniform policemen or Military officers.As students, you must not steal, lie or cheat. Security emanated from the…

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Chocolate City Boss Sues Gov. El-Rufai for N10billion

Chocolate City boss, Audu Maikori, has instituted a N10bn lawsuit against Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna State for gross violation of his rights. In the suit filed by his lawyers, Ballason’s Chambers, at the Federal High Court, Abuja, Maikori prayed the court to enforce his fundamental rights against undue harassment and intimidation by the Kaduna state government, the state governor and the Nigeria police. The suit came up for hearing before the trial judge, John Tsoho on Tuesday. Maikori, a native of Southern Kaduna, had been at the forefront of…

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Moji Olaiya, Another Nollywood Actress Dies

By Akinwale Kasali The Nollywood world has once again been thrown into mourning. Few weeks after the death of Pastor Ajidara and Olumide Bakare, another Nollywood actress and daughter of highlife music legend, Victor Olaiya, Moji Olaiya has been reported dead. She was 42 years old. Moji Olaiya Multiple sources said she died of heart attack in Canada, where she gave birth to a baby girl in March. The baby was her second child. Her first daughter is 18 years old. The beautiful actress, who had featured in many Yoruba…

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Rohr Calls off France Camping for Super Eagles

The Super Eagles will no longer hold a training camp in Paris before their African Cup of Nations qualifier against South Africa on June 10. Gernot Rohr, the coach of the national team disclosed that the proposed friendly with the Togolese National Team has been cancelled, though it was never approved by the Nigeria Football Federation in the first place. Super Eagles manager Rohr had specially requested to play Togo in a friendly before the meeting with South Africa. ‘’The coach called off the friendly in Paris so as to…

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Senate Gives NNPC, CBN and Others 14 days to Submit Budget

THE Senate has given Acting President Yemi Osinbajo a two-week ultimatum to direct all government agencies that have failed to submit their 2017 budget proposals to the National Assembly in line with extant laws for consideration and approval, to do so or the affected agencies would be made to face the full wrath of the law. The Senate also promised that once it gets the budget, it will make it public, work on it diligently as well as turn it around as quickly as possible. Similarly, the senate has summoned…

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Coup Scare: The Untold Story

By Chidiebere Onyemaizu   Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt-General Buratai Tukur’s veiled coup warning has provoked a plethora of postulations. This Magazine has been told that the uncertainty surrounding President Muhammadu Buhari’s health was at the heart of the COAS’ warning to his men to stay away from politicians and politics. It has been learnt that a section of the political class is frenetic about who becomes the beneficiary of Buhari’s possible absence from the political turf in 2019 in the mould of not contesting for a second term.…

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Agents of Confusion

By Stephen Ubanna Those who think that the  strike by members of the  Association  of Nigeria License Customs Agents , ANLCA,  and other Associations  against the bad state of the Apapa road and alleged extortion   by Customs personnel  which paralysed operations at the ports and land  borders for almost two days had  an impact may have to do a rethink. This is because  the strike made no impact on the Nigeria Customs Service, NCS,  revenue collection  or the shipping Companies and the terminal operators as it is still business as…

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