I will defend, retain my victory-Osun governor-Adeleke
This is as he declared that his emergence as governor-elect was entrenched in total compliance with the law and will of the people.
Ayede's govt worst ever-Imoke's former aide, Oti
This assertion was made by the former special adviser to the immediate past governor of the state, Liyel Imoke, Dr Peter Oti.
Team Nigeria set for medal haul in boxing
Team Nigeria is now expected to win four medals in the boxing event at the ongoing 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Four boxers; Elizabeth Oshoba, Cynthia Ogunsemilore, Ifeanyi Onyekwere and Jacinta Umuannakwe have already qualified for the semi-final in different categories.
Frederick Nwabufo:South-East should not repeat 2015 mistake
The Igbo are loyal, giving and unwavering. They have a predilection for going to the grave with a corpse if need be. They are a dependable ally. If you have the Igbo as a consociate, you have an unrelenting sentinel.
The Igbo, on the other hand, are cursed by their devotion to a cause, friend, or comrade. They simply do not know when to abandon the corpse and seek self-preservation. They don't seem to notice when the endgame has already been played. They do not realize that there is still more to live for, many expeditions to embark on, battles to fight, and victories to be had beyond the present realities.
I don't make mistakes-Toke Mikanwa
Media personality, Toke Makinwa, has said she does not consider certain things mistakes. Rather, she sees them as an opportunity to learn.
"For me, it's all about doing what I have to do and in the end, it turns out alright," Makinwa, who returns as the host of the second season of Showmax's exclusive talk show, 'The Buzz,' which is dedicated to Big Brother Naija, told Saturday Beats. Even when things don't go as planned, I learn my lesson and move on, confident that there are no mistakes in life. I believe that everything happens for a reason, and that one takes those experiences to the next level."
We are working to rescue kidnapped children - Kogi
Kogi State Government says it is working round the clock to rescue three children kidnapped by unknown gunmen on Wednesday, 3rd August 2022.
The Kogi State Commissioner for Information and Communications, Kingsley Fanwo disclosed this in a statement issued to journalists on Saturday.
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