Bukayo Saka's Yoruba gesture, white traditional dress in Lagos spark reactions among Nigerians
Bukayo Saka, an England national team footballer of Nigerian descent, is presently in Lagos, the bustling urban center of the country, causing enthusiastic responses across various social media platforms. On May 31, 2023, the talented 21-year-old striker arrived at Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos and has been generating significant attention since then.
Reactions As Arsenal Star, Bukayo Saka Shares A Video From His Visit To Lagos On Instagram
Arsenal star, Bukayo Ayoyinka Saka, who is well known as Bukayo Saka has generated a lot of reactions on Instagram with the latest video he uploaded a few moments ago on the social media platform. Taking to his official Instagram handle, the Nigerian-born English professional footballer shared a new video where he was spotted walking on the street of Egbeda, Lagos in a striking all-white outfit.
Former Oyo Transport Leader, Auxiliary Declared Wanted by Nigeria Police
Mukaila Lamidi, also known as Auxiliary, was fired as Chairman of the Oyo State Park Management System (PMS). On Friday, the police in Oyo State, in southwest Nigeria, said they were on the hunt for him. At a meeting with the reporters, police officials told the public about this.
Violence: 'Auxiliary' escapes, one is dead as Police parade 78 alleged PMS members in Oyo
The state Police Command has detained 78 suspected Oyo State Park Management System, PMS, members due to violence. Guns, 724 live cartridges, 25 cutlasses, seven jack knives, 33 mobile phones, one laptop, charms, two vehicles, and more over N3 million in cash were among the items seized from the accused during the arrest.
Today's Headlines: Lamidi Apapa Booed At Tribunal, I'm a Superhero for paying Salaries - Ayade
Lamidi Apapa Booed At Presidential Tribunal The appearance of a factional chairman of the Labour Party (LP), Lamidi Apapa at the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal on Wednesday in Abuja was greeted with boos and jeers as members of the party in the camp of the National Chairman of the party, Julius Abure taunted Apapa.
Today's Headlines: Court upholds FG’s ‘no work no pay’ rule against ASSU; Auxillary: One Killed As Police arrest 78 suspects During Oyo Raid
Courts upholds FG’s ‘no work no pay’ rule against ASUU Source: Punch Newspapers The National Industrial Court has upheld the ‘no work no pay’ policy by the Federal Government in the suit filed against the Academic Staff Union of Universities. In a judgment delivered today (Tuesday) by the President of the Court, Justice Benedict Kanyip, the court held that it is within the right of the Federal Government to withhold the salaries of workers who embark on industrial action.
Auxiliary: One killed as police arrest 78 suspects during Oyo raid
Oyo state police confirmed the arrest of 78 people suspected of trying to cause trouble in the state after the state government abolished the park management. State Police Press Secretary Adewale Osifeso said in a statement that State Police Commissioner Adebowale Williams examined the suspect at the State Police Station and was arrested at the Diamond Hotel in Alakia-Isebo, Egbeda county, state.
BBC report uncovers electoral manipulation in Rivers, reveals Peter Obi defeated Tinubu
A BBC probe has discovered indications indicating possible manipulation of certain outcomes in the Nigerian presidential election. Bola Tinubu, the victor, is set to be sworn in on May 29th, but the opposition is contesting this outcome. Rivers state, a crucial battleground, has revealed noteworthy irregularities according to the BBC' s findings.
Reactions As BBC Investigation Shows Evidence of Heavy Manipulation In The2023 Presidential Election
The Nigerian Presidential Election, held on February 25, 2023, remains mired in controversy and is currently being examined by the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal (PEPT) in Abuja. An extensive investigation conducted by the BBC and reported by IgbereTV suggests compelling evidence of significant manipulation in certain election results.
Sacked Oyo park chairman escapes as Police raid hideout, arrest his 78 thugs, recover weapons
Mukaila Lamidi, popularly called Auxicillary, the embattled former chairman of the Park Management System Disciplinary Committee, and his thugs led an attack on the residents of Alakia- Isebo, and its environs in Egbeda local government area in an act of retaliation for his abrupt removal from office in the early hours of Tuesday.
Oyo Police Arrest 78 PMS Members Over Violence
Vanguard news reported that the Oyo State Police Command has arrested 78 suspected members of the Oyo State Park Management System (PMS) over violence. The suspects were arrested on Tuesday, May 30, 2023, in a raid on a hotel in Alakia-Isebo, Egbeda Local Government Area of the state.
Man narrates how FRSC official broke car windscreen, slapped his brother on Ibadan-Ife Expressway
A man on Tuesday gave details of how an official of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) allegedly broke the windscreen of a car belonging to his brother and also slapped the brother when they were on a journey on the Ibadan-Ife Expressway. The man, whose name is Kayode Emmanuel, with the Twitter handle @TheEmmanuelkay, disclosed in a series of tweets how the official, whose name he gave as M.J. Oni, from the Egbeda unit of the corps in Ibadan, allegedly slapped his brother and broke the windscreen of the car after his team stopped them on the highway.
We Don't Know Such A Person As Ariaga -Ekpa Speaks On Man Who Announced Oyigbo LGA Results In Rivers
The deputy provost, Moses Ekpa of the federal college of Education in Omoku has spoken regarding the man who reportedly announced the presidential election in Oyigbo local government area of Rivers state, where he revealed that they do not know anyone as Ariaga who had said that he worked for the federal college of Education in Omoku.
BBC Investigation Raises Concerns of Manipulation in Nigeria's Presidential Election
Image source: Peter Obi and Bola Ahmed Tinubu The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) conducted an investigation into Nigeria's presidential election held on February 25, focusing on Rivers State, where opposition parties had expressed grievances. By comparing voting tally sheets from over 6,000 polling stations in the state, the BBC uncovered substantial discrepancies in the results.
2023 Poll: BBC News says INEC result shows Peter Obi defeated Tinubu in Rivers State
More information has come to light regarding the events surrounding the presidential election on February 25. According to an investigation, Peter Obi of the Labour Party won the Rivers State presidential election. According to the information acquired by BBC, Bola Tinubu, the APC candidate who lost to Obi, had the election results rigged in his favor.
2023 Presidential Poll: BBC Says INEC Results Show Peter Obi Defeated Bola Tinubu In Rivers State
An investigative report by BBC confirmed that Labour Party predidential candidate, Peter Obi won the february 25 presidential election in Rivers State. According to the report, there is evidence suggesting that the election results may have been manipulated. The chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof Mahmood Yakubu, declared Bola Tinubu, the presidential candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), as the winner of the election and declared him the "president-elect" on March 1, 2023.
BBC Investigation Uncovers Possible Manipulation in Nigeria's Presidential Election
image source: Bola Tinubu and Peter Obi The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) conducted an investigation into Nigeria's presidential election held on February 25 and uncovered evidence pointing to possible manipulation of the results. The focus of the investigation was Rivers State, where opposition parties had raised multiple complaints.
Nigeria’s Presidential Poll: Result in Rivers State Was Significantly Manipulated —BBC Investigation
A BBC report entitled, "Nigeria Election: The Mystery of the Altered Results in Disputed Poll” says that its investigation has uncovered evidence suggesting that some results from Nigeria's presidential election may have been manipulated. The opposition is challenging the election result in court while the declared winner, Bola Tinubu, is due to be sworn in on May 29.
Nigeria election: The mystery of the altered results in disputed poll
A recent investigation by the BBC has uncovered potential manipulation of election results during Nigeria's presidential election on February 25, 2023. The investigation suggests that INEC and government officials may have altered the scores of presidential candidates Bola Tinubu and Peter Obi. Furthermore, the BBC found evidence indicating the involvement of an unreliable individual in reading out the election results.
FRSC To Probe Officers Caught On Video Assaulting Motorist
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has recalled its patrol team officer captured on video dehumanizing a motorist, who had confronted them for allegedly damaging his car’s windscreen in Osun State. In the video that went viral on social media on Tuesday, an FRSC officer is visible hitting the taken aback sufferer who's heard crying and time and again saying, “you slapped me.”