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Madness: see one of the importance of madmen as displayed in Ekiti State

The saying that disability only exist in the mind is no doubt a thoughtful saying. This has been justify in many instances in our contemporary society. We have seen the efforts of many disabled person excelling in their various careers. Been physically unfit is no doubt different from mental malfunctioning. When a man has issued with his/her head, he/she is said to be of no value to the society. This was the general beliefs of the populace but this was proven wrong today in Ekiti State when a madman settled

  1 year ago ago
Madness: see one of the importance of madmen as displayed in Ekiti State

CRIME

EKSTMA Arrests 100 Drivers Because They Didn't Use Face Masks, But Were Forgiven

Not less than 100 drivers were apprehended by EKSTMA, Ekiti State Traffic Management Agency operatives, on the ensuring observance of obedience to the compulsory wearing of face mask, as a precautionary protocol to resist the spreading of COVID-19. Wale Fapohunda, The Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice announced on Friday that motorists, motorcycle riders, and citizens, who forbid to use the face mask or violates the protocol from July 20, will be apprehended and litigated. Beginning the enforcement

  1 year ago ago
EKSTMA Arrests 100 Drivers Because They Didn't Use Face Masks, But Were Forgiven

CRIME

Over 100 motorists arrested in Ekiti for not using face mask.

The Ekiti state traffic management (EKSTMA), arrested not fewer than 100 motorists yesterday in the state capital as the state begins mandatory use of face mask to fight the spread of corona virus in the state. Wale Fapounda the state Attorney General and commissioner for justice had announced last Friday that commuters, commercial motorcyclists and every citizen of the state must wear a face mask while outside or in public places, and anyone who refuses to do so or any commuter who carries a violator as from

  1 year ago ago
Over 100 motorists arrested in Ekiti for not using face mask.

ACCIDENT

Ekiti bans roadside trading.

The Ekiti State Government has banned roadside trading and indiscriminate parking of vehicles. To this end, the government said it would commence the full enforcement of the road traffic laws from Jan. 1, 2020, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports. The Head of the State Road Traffic Management Agency (EKSTMA), Mr Olufemi Olanrewaju, in a statement issued in Ado Ekiti on Monday said the action had become necessary to reduce incessant cases of avoidable accidents. He said that this would also ensure free

  1 year ago ago
Ekiti bans roadside trading.

POLITICS

See new Ekiti State law on roadside trading and indiscriminate parking

Roadside trading and indiscriminate parking of vehicles has been banned by the Ekiti State Government. The government said it would commence the full enforcement of the road traffic laws from Jan. 1, 2020. Mr Olufemi Olanrewaju, the Head of the State Road Traffic Management Agency (EKSTMA), in a statement issued in Ado Ekiti on Monday said the action had become necessary to reduce incessant cases of avoidable accidents. Adding that this would also ensure free flow of traffic in all parts of the state. “Be

  1 year ago ago
See new Ekiti State law on roadside trading and indiscriminate parking

POLITICS

Ekiti government bans roadside trading, indiscriminate parking of vehicles

The Ekiti State Government has banned roadside trading and indiscriminate parking of vehicles. To this end, the government said it would commence the full enforcement of the road traffic laws from Jan. 1, 2020, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports. The Head of the State Road Traffic Management Agency (EKSTMA), Mr Olufemi Olanrewaju, in a statement issued in Ado Ekiti on Monday said the action had become necessary to reduce incessant cases of avoidable accidents. He said that this would also ensure the f

  1 year ago ago
Ekiti government bans roadside trading, indiscriminate parking of vehicles