Oka is bounded in the East by Epinmi and Ipe, in the West by Akungba and Supare, in the North by Ise Iboropa and Ugbe, in the South by Oba and Ikun.The Quarters in Oka include Agba, Ikanmu, Ibaka, Ikese, Iboje, Owalusin, Koruwa, Ayepe, Ayegunle, Owake, Ebinrin, Idofin, Ebo, Owase, Okaodo, Okia, Simerin and Uba.
50 Cows Die Mysteriously In Ondo Community No fewer than 50 cows have died in mysterious circumstances in Akungba-Akoko, Akoko Southwest Local Government Area of Ondo state.It was gathered that the incident occurred on Monday evening at Ibaka area of the community.
Narrow Escape: Travellers Recount How They Survived An Ambush On Akure-owo Road Few weeks ago, Dangote truck crushed some students to death in Ondo State and ever since many students decided to the pay their last respect to their colleagues Yesterday some travellers has narrated how God almighty save them from the hands of Fulani Herdsmen who wanted to Kidnap them on Akure-owo Road Punch Newspaper shared a video of how travellers recount how they survived an ambush on Akure-owo Road In the video, one of the
In a recent interview with Alexander Okere, 25-years-old Charles Ojinni narrated how his brother, Ayokunle was making plans to travel out of Nigeria before he was killed in a truck accident. During the interview published by Punch today, Charles stated that he lost his two brothers and a female niece to the unfortunate accident which took place at Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba in January 2021. Of the three relatives that passed away from the truck accident, Charles stated that Ayokunle and Oluwaseun (also
It was indeed a black Saturday in Akungba in Ondo state as a Dangote truck carrying cement ran into several shops, ruining both lives and properties in the Process including 3 siblings from the same parents. The accident happened close to the Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba (AAUA) in Ondo state. Image: The Truck carrying was cement The vehicle which was coming from the Obajana cement company in Kogi state is alleged to have had break failure and in the process, the driver lost control, thereby running into
As part of efforts to ensure that people of Ondo state leave in a safe environment across the country and states, the Nigerian Union of Journalists NUJ, Ondo State has decided to hold a congress involving a lot of discussions on recent Herdsmen activities. The Congress, which just ended a few hours ago. They have resolved and taken the following decisions as highlighted below; Firstly, That the Union should condone the families of those who have lost their lives in the recent AAUA/Akungba Accident. Hence, Stakeholders,
In a very tragic road accident yesterday, scores of students of the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba, Ondo state lost their lives. The accident happened at the road just in front of the University. It was reported that a truck that lost its controls rammed into shops along the main road killing many people. About twenty four hours later, another road accident has been reported in Itawure-Ekiti. The accident was said to have involved students of the Federal University, Oye-Ekiti, Ekiti state. Luckily, there
A man identified as Oshk Fela Castro has advised the people of Akungba Local government area of Ondo State to stop buying beef for now following the mysterious death of 50 cows last night.The 50 cows were alleged to have eaten poison and died thirty minutes after.
The issue between the Fulani herdsmen and some farmers is still burning so strong is some part of the country, although some governors has banned the movement of cows in some public places, and as a result of this, the herders are trying their best in keeping their cow safe.
She Was Hoping To Write Her Final Year Exam But Eventually Died In Akungba Road Accident. According to what his friend wrote on twitter, she had gone for her birthday photo shoots that day when the accident happened. Topmost as she was popularly known by her friends was one of the victims of Akungba accident. Below Picture is supposed to be her pre birthday pictures coming up by February. Now it has been used for announcing her death, she was a 400 level student and the president of Buisness administration.
Some herdsmen are presently counting their losses as reports coming from Ondo State indicate that—no fewer than 30 cows have mysteriously died in Akungba-Akoko area in Akoko Southwest Local Government Area (LGA) of Ondo State.
Yesterday been the 23th of January, A fetal accident that occurs at Akungba, Ondo State, have claimed the lives of many people as moving trailer collides with vehicle in front of Adekunle Ajasin University leaving no fewer than eight person dead and also a pregnant lady was confirmed dead too. Even as the students and community people try to help out. The reporter of this news who goes by name Matthew E U. posted it on his twitter page this morning as he sympathizes with the victims of the accident. According
Not more than 50 cows was reported died after eating something suspected to be poisonous.This incident was reported to have been occurred on Monday in Ondo Community known as Akungba-Akoko in Akoko Southwest Local Government Area of Ondo state.
According to a recent report by Saharareporters, about 50 cows have died in a tragic accident in Akungba-Akoko, Akoko South West Local Government Area of Ondo State.It is learned that the incident took place on Monday evening in Ibaka area of the area.
Today 24th of January 2021, authorities has confirmed the Traffic collusion of Dangote's trailer truck, that killed at least 8 persons in front of Adekunle Ajasin University, in Akungba of Ondo state, southwest Nigeria. This incident was confirmed to had taken place on Saturday night. In a statement by the Nigeria Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), they said, five female and 3 male died at the scene. News had it that, the accident involved an industrial truck loaded with bags of cement which lossed it break when
After Dangote Truck Reportedly Killed 8 Students In Ondo State, See What Aisha Yesufu Has Said Popular opposition speaker Aisha Yesufu has made a short statement after a truck belonging to Dangote reportedly lost control and killed 8 students in Ondo state. A lot of persons have lost their lives through road accidents in Nigeria in the recent times. This sad events keeps happening as even on Saturday, it was reported that 8 students were killed by a truck belonging to Dangot groups. According to Peoples Gazette,
It is a very terrible experience for a mother to loose her children such pain can never be healed. It was a dark and gloomy day which we pray we will not see such again. In the city of Akungba in Ondo state. Where a Dangote truck crushed some student to death at the front of Adekunle Ajasin University Ondo state. The three siblings that was involved in the accident on Saturday were crushed to death, they are all undergraduate student of the University. Immediately their mother got aware of her children's death,
This is how Dangote's Truck killed three people of the same parent in Akungba. The incident occurred when a cement-laden truck, which was owned by Dangote Cement Company, smashed into shops in the university, killing many victims. Three children of the same mother were among the 12 people who died suddenly in the Dangote cement truck accident in Akungba, on Saturday night, this week. In their mother's shop next to the Adekunle Ajasin University Gate in Akungba, there the three of them were suddenly smashed
Students of AAUA protest against incessant accidents as School Management Closes school indefinitely
Students of the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba have come out massively in protest against the reoccurring incidences of road accident. This is coming in the wake of multiple casualties recorded on Saturday when a truck loaded with Cements crashed into Shops very close to the school's gate. Though the number of casualties are yet to be confirmed by authorities, unconfirmed chatters online by students of the institution put figures at around 40 persons. Students have accused the state government of negligence
The management of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba (AAUA) in Ondo state has shut down the institution after protests by students on Sunday. The students were protesting the killings of their colleagues who died after a Dangote truck rammed into vehicles outside the institution on Saturday evening. At least nine people died after the truck suffered a brake failure, Premium Times learned. The protesters accused the government and the institution of joking with student’s lives. Reference image The Acting