Osun State Governor, Adegboyega Oyetola, has advised the Federal Government on possible ways of tackling the security challenges bedevilling the country.
Oyetola, while speaking at the 2nd Annual Colloquium of the Sultan Maccido Institute for Peace, Leadership and Development Studies, University of Abuja on Wednesday, urged the Federal Government to decentralise Nigeria’s policing system to meet the nation’s current realities.
The governor who lauded the government for establishing Community Policing, argued that the effort could not yield good results due to how the system is centralized.
Oyo APC Chieftain Speaks
A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Oyo State, Mr Abisoye Fagade, has said that all leaders, members and other stakeholders of the party have resolved to work together “like never before to make our party stronger and more cohesive” towards achieving victory in the 2023 general elections and beyond.
Fagade, who stated this at a reception organised in his honour by the leadership of the party in Lagelu Local Government Area, expressed delight at what he called the enduring unity and togetherness in the local government chapter of the APC even “during the crisis that engulfed the state chapter of the party and cost it the 2019 gubernatorial election.”
Yoruba To Honour Okorocha In Oyo
The Olubadan, His Royal Majesty,Oba Saliu Akanmu Adetunji (Aje Ogungunniso I) and the Central Council of Ibadan Indigenes (CCII), will on Saturday honour foremost philanthropist.and former Governor of Imo State, Senator Rochas Okorocha with an Award as ‘The Outstanding Friend of Ibadanland”.
According to the letter of notification, the Award is in recognition of the former governor’s contribution to the education of indigent children through his free education programme and establishment of tuition-free schools, Rochas Foundation Colleges in Ibadan, Oyo State.
Buhari Group Sends Strong Message To Jonathan
Almost six years after leaving office, former President Goodluck Jonathan, is still being blamed by a Buhari support group for the poor state of Nigerian hospitals.
The Buhari Media Organization (BMO) made the case in response to the criticism by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) of President Buhari’s medical tourism to UK.
BMO rather put the PDP in the dock, asking it to explain to Nigerians the justification for opposing Buhari’s UK trip.
It claimed the party woefully failed to establish a functional health service infrastructure despite earning trillions of Naira during sixteen years in office.
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