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Ondo State Governor, Mr Oluwarotimi Akeredolu (SAN), has dared workers in the state to continue with their protest over the non-payment of leave allowance, declaring that he cannot change his position on the matter.
A People’s Democratic Party Presidential aspirant, Taminu Turaki, SAN, on Sunday met with Ijaw leader, Chief Edwin Clark, Afenifere chieftain, Pa Ayo Adebanjo and other members of the Southern and Middle Belt Leaders Forum in Abuja.
Teachers of public schools in Edo State, under the aegis of the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), have condemned the State Government’s education policy of keeping pupils in public schools beyond 1.45 pm.
President of the Senate and Chairman, Peoples Democratic Party’s Presidential Council on Osun State Governorship Election, Dr. Bukola Saraki, has faulted the declaration by the Independent National Electoral Commission that the results of the election held on Saturday were inconclusive.
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) says only the votes of the people of Osun will determine the next governor of the state.
The National President of the Nigeria Union of Journalists, Comrade Waheed Odusile, says the Union is in dire need of a review of its Constitution to accommodate the New Media.
Senator Ademola Adeleke, the PDP governorship candidate in the Osun election on Saturday may not be qualified to run for the office and his attempt to make things up, has landed him in Police trouble.
Tottenham open their Champions League campaign at Inter Milan on Tuesday bidding to banish the growing belief that they lack the steel to win major silverware.
Pope Francis on Sunday paid homage to Holocaust victims who perished in the Vilnius ghetto, 75 years to the day after the Nazis liquidated it, and warned 100,000 Lithuanians gathered for mass against “pernicious attitudes” leading to genocide.
Angolan authorities arrested and charged Mr Augusto da Silva Tomás, a former transport minister, over corruption allegations.
Twice in less than a year, the federal government has lost track of nearly 1,500 migrant children after placing them in the homes of sponsors across the country, federal officials have acknowledged.