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EDF empowers Ekiti indigenes with cash, sewing machines, others

A non-governmental organisation, Ekiti Development Front (EDF), has said it decided to embark on aggressive empowerment of Ekiti indigenes to break the hard-biting poverty and culture of beggary brought by Governor Ayodele Fayose to the state.

President Buhari: I’ll win re-election in 2019

President Muhammadu Buhari has again re-echoed his decision to seek re-election in 2019, assuring his supporters that he is confident of winning.

Many injured in Okene as suspected thugs attack senator, others

The political crises engulfing Kogi state continued on Saturday as suspected thugs attacked the senator representing Kogi central senatorial district, Ahmed Ogembe, and scores of his supporters.

I won’t enact anti-open grazing law in Nasarawa – Governor Al-Makura

Governor Umaru Tanko Al-Makura of Nasarawa State has said that his administration would not enact Anti-Open Grazing law in the state, insisting that Nigeria belonged to everybody.

Ekiti 2018: Why Ekiti should embrace Governor Fayose’s deputy – Rep Agboola

A member of House of Representatives, Hon. Kehinde Agboola, has advised Ekiti State to replicate the succession plan in Lagos State by electing the Prof. Kolapo Olusola of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) as the next governor in 2018 to continue with the lofty programmes, policies and projects put in place by the Ayodele Fayose administration.

Governor Akeredolu’s wife Betty urges women to be involved in active politics

The wife of the Ondo State governor, Mrs Betty Akeredolu, has advised women and youths to be actively involved in partisan politics to enable them play leadership roles in the country.

Senator Akpabio restates commitment to quality education

The immediate past Akwa Ibom Governor tasked beneficiaries of the scholarship and bursary grants to renew their commitments to their studies, noting that hardwork, honesty and determination were virtues required of them as they position to lead the future of the district.

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