Late Nollywood Actor, Ernest Asuzu's Burial Date Revealed
Months after popular Nollywood actor, Ernest Chidozia Asuzu passed away, members of his family has announced his burial arrangement.
Naija News reports that Asuzu slumped and died on Tuesday, January 26 at the age of 36.
The Nollywood actor who had suffered a stroke since 2015 made headlines when a video of him pleading for alms went viral on social media. The Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) had set up a committee to raise funds for Asuzu when he was sick.
The AGN President, Emeka Rollas, said that the body has set up a committee to raise funds for its ailing member, Asuzu.
An obituary released, however, revealed that Asuzu will be laid to rest on April 13, 2021. A service of songs will be held on Monday, April 12, Naija News understands.
Court Adjourns Fayose's Trial Until April 26
A Federal High Court in Lagos on Thursday, adjourned until April 26, the trial of former Governor of Ekiti, Ayodele Fayose, charged with alleged N6.9 billion money laundering.
Fayose is being prosecuted by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
He was first arraigned on Oct. 22, 2018, before Justice Mojisola Olatoregun, alongside his company, Spotless Investment Ltd, on 11 counts bordering on fraud and money laundering offences.
He had pleaded not guilty to the charges and was granted bail on Oct. 24, 2018, in the sum of N50 million with sureties in like sum.
Christians Send Warning To Muslims
The President of Kwara Baptist Conference, Reverend Victor Dada, has warned the Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq administration and Muslims in the state not to take the gentleness of Christians for weakness.
He stated this while describing the Kwara government as government of the Muslim, by the Muslim and for the Muslim.
Dada said this in a statement on Wednesday following the clash between Christians and Muslims at the First Baptist Church Surulere, Ilorin, Kwara State.
The President of Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria, Mazi Ohuabunwa says the ethnic groups complaining of injustice and marginalisation in Nigeria will always demand self-determination.
He stated that agitations for independence across the globe are tools used by federating units of a country to seek justice from the central government.
Ohuabunwa told Sahara Reporters on Wednesday while speaking about different agitations across the country prominently from Igbo and Yoruba people, seeking Biafra nation and the Oduduwa Republic respectively.
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