IG Orders Lagos CP To Investigate Portable
News source: Vanguard
The For e headquarters has launched a probe in response to the popular music star Portable's admission in a trending/viral video that he was one of individuals crucial to the founding of the notorious cultist group, One Million Boys in Lagos.
The statement read: "In response to the popular video of one Habeeb Okikiola, aka Portable, in which he claimed to have founded the One-Million Boys cult group terrorizing some areas of Lagos State, the IGP has directed CP Lagos to look into the accusatory statement and take appropriate legal action.
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Operations are suspended at Aero Contractors
News source: Sahara Reporters
The country's second-largest and oldest commercial airline, Aero Contractors Airlines, has temporarily halted operations, citing the economic crisis as the cause.
This was said in a statement issued by the airline, which also stated that the service would cease on July 20.
The company claimed that because the majority of their planes are now undergoing maintenance, they are unable to provide their customers with a seamless and effective service.
The development has no bearing on the operations of the Helicopter and Charter Services, the Approved Training Organization (ATO), also known as Aero Training School, or the Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO), also known as AeroMRO, according to the statement.
Osun 2022: Osun NIPR congratulates Adeleke
News source: Daily Post
Have of the candidates for governor in the 2022 election have been urged by the Osun State chapter of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) to abide by the terms of the peace charter they all signed.
This occurred as the institute pleaded with all the candidates and political parties that ran for office but lost to support the new administration.
Ademola Adesoji, the chairman of the Osun NIPR, complimented Senator Ademola Adeleke, the incoming governor of Osun, on the victory she had in the polls and promised the organization's support in a letter of congratulations made available to DAILY POST on Monday in Osogbo.
ASUU: Aviation unions issue warning to FG, join strike solidarity
News source: The Punch
The Academic Staff Union of Universities has been on a protracted strike, and the Association of Nigerian Aviation Professionals and the National Association of Aircraft Pilots and Engineers have urged the Federal Government to put a stop to it immediately and in the best interests of the country.
"The failure of the Federal Government to honor the agreement struck with the union since 2009 is quite troubling considering the harmful impact the protracted strike will produce in the life of these youngsters," said Umoh Ofonime T., the Deputy General Secretary of NAAPE.
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