Monthly Archives: October 2019

Tragedy As Flood Allegedly Washed away Final year student Of Ondo State University

#news# The torrential rainfall of almost eight hours on Monday evening claimed the life of a final year student of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba, Akoko Southwest local government. Sources said the deceased simply called ‘Doyin’, an Indigene of Ekiti state, was away to an unknown destination by heavy flood from a canal very close to her residence in the town.

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Trending-List of lectures accused for Sex for grade scandal

#news# By Alao Abiodun The BBC Africa Eye sex-for-grades video is not the first time lecturers are being accused of soliciting sex to help female students. The story is the same in virtually all citadels of learning – Universities, Polytechnics or Colleges of Education It is an open secret that so many female students have become victims of sexual harassment.

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Earlier Today When SP Said He Was Ready For The Presentation Of The 2020 Appropriations Bill By Mr President- Photos

#news#All is set for the presentation of the 2020 Appropriations bill by President Muhammadu Buhari which will by Gods grace takes place today at the Nat Assembly Abuja. President of the 9th senate, Ahmad Ibrahim Lawal disclosed, that he is fully ready for the days meeting as well as the presentation of the Budget. Lawal wrote on his Facebook page

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VP Osinbanjo To Attend Nordic-African Business Summit in Oslo Today

#news# Vice President Yemi Osinbanjo, said he will be attending a Nordic- African Business summit which is taking place in Oslo Today. According to the Vice President, he was personally invited by the then prime minister of Norway, Ema Solberg. The president who made this information known through his Facebook page wrote, “I will be attending the Nordic-African Business Summit

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Heads of Agencies Absenteeism To Meetings Will No Longer Be Tolerated, Gbajabiamila Warns

#news# House of Representatives Speaker Femi Gbajajiamila has frowned at the attitude of heads of government agencies who he said always send representatives to public hearings ordered by the House. He stressed that the House would no longer take such attitude lightly. Represented by the House Leader Ado Doguwa at the investigative hearing by an ad hoc committee on the

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