FG Suspends Adeboye's helicopter from flying
According to reports, the private chopper was suspended from flying just because its papers has expired and some spare parts can't be trusted. I guess it's the sole responsibility of the Nigerian Government to ensure that every choppers in the country are in good condition because the lives of its citizens are at stake.
Earlier yesterday, Pastor Adeboye released a statement that suggests that a government personnel requested for a bride to allow him fly his chopper to Ibadan. That's just how terrible the situation of the country is! Why would a government official ask for bribe just to allow a citizen fly a chopper that's not in a good condition? It's clear that corruption is at its zenith in this country.
Former President, Olusegun Obasanjo paid a visit to Governor of Osun State, Oyetola earlier yesterday. Obasanjo claimed that he visitation wasn't planned and he only used the opportunity of being in Osun State to visit the Governor.
What was discussed during the visitation remains unknown. However, there is an assumption that both parties could have talked about the state of affairs in the country.
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