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Security guards shut down Glo stations in Ondo

Subscribers of the Globacom mobile network in four local government areas of Ondo State were unable to use the network for the past two weeks as the 33 stations in the areas have been shut down by the security men manning them.

200 Ondo female students receive training on solar energy

No fewer than 200 female students from various secondary schools across the state have been admitted into the first batch of Intensive Solar Energy Training, organised by the office of the wife of Ondo State Governor, Mrs Betty Akeredolu, in collaboration with a Non-governmental Organisation Ashadam Solar Initiative.

My morale to rule has been bolstered – Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has said the support and prayers offered by Nigerians while he was away on medical vacation in London, has bolstered his morale to serve the country.

Suspected herdsmen rape 72-year-old woman in Ondo

A woman identified only as Victoria has been allegedly raped by some suspected Fulani herdsmen in Ore, in the Odigbo Local Government Area of Ondo State.

Suspected herdsmen rape 72-year-old woman in Ondo

A 72-year-old woman (name withheld) was allegedly raped by some suspected Fulani herdsmen on her farmland in Ore, Odigbo Local Government Area of Ondo State.

Policeman kills senior colleague, commits suicide in Ondo

A policeman, identified as Abraham Arowogun attached to the Kajola Divisional Police Station, Kajola town in Odigbo Local Government Area of Ondo State has committed suicide by jumping into a deep well in the police station.

APDA urges Akeredolu not to play politics with salary payment

The Advanced Peoples Democratic Party (APDA) in Ondo State on Wednesday advised Gov. Oluwarotimi Akeredolu not to play politics with the workers’ salaries and emoluments.

Ondo govt calls on NBC for fairness in boundary dispute

The Ondo State Government has urged officials of National Boundary Commission (NBC), Abuja, who are in the state for the ethnographic study on boundary crisis between the state and Ogun State to be fair in carrying out its exercise.

We won’t borrow to pay workers – Ondo govt

The Ondo State Government has denied the report that it had promised to pay the remaining 20 per cent of the outstanding salary of September 2016 by the end of August.

Ondo govt, workers settle rift over salary

A promise by the Ondo State government to pay the 20 per cent of September 2016 salaries owed workers as soon as possible has ended the standoff between it and the workers.

Jubilation shows Buhari more popular – Groups

Zonal Coordinator of the National Committee of Buhari Support Groups, NCBSG in the South-West, Professor Ajayi Boroffice, said the nationwide jubilation over the return of President Muhammadu Buhari from medical vacation in London after 104 days showed that he is now more popular and accepted by Nigeria.

Nigeria’s unity not negotiable –Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has warned those trying to foment trouble in the country, saying Nigerian’s unity not negotiable.

Ondo workers reject fractional payment of salary arrears

The Organised labour unions in Ondo state at the weekend rejected the introduction of fractional or percentage payment of salaries by the state government, saying the 80 per cent September 2016 salary arrears paid by the state government to the workers was a mere gift to them.

Anambra guber: Shun sentiments, propaganda – Uba tells APC delegates

Senator Andy Uba has called on delegates to the All Progressives Congress (APC) primaries not to be unduly influenced by sentiments in determining the party’s flag bearer for the November governorship election.

Restructuring call, not attack on the North – Mimiko

The former governor of Ondo State, Dr. Olusegun Mimiko, has lent his voice to the call for the nation’s restructuring, saying it is not an attack on the North.

Fed govt gets $1.5bn to tackle water problems in states

The Federal Government has secured over $1.5 billion to address the problems associated with the provision of urban water in some states.

Elizade varsity exceeds our ‘minimum eligibility criteria’ – ICAN

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) has described Elizade University, Ilara Mokin, Ondo State as one of the best universities in Nigeria training future accounting professionals.

Southwest assemblies adopt uniform standing rules

Houses of Assembly across the Southwest states of Nigeria will now have a uniform standing order and rules that will be guiding conduct of their legislative businesses.

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