Today's Headlines: Thugs flog PDP members at Ogun tribunal, I was misquoted, I never said I’d work with Tinubu – Bode George
Thugs attack, flog PDP members at Ogun tribunal premises as security agents watch The Ogun State Election Petition Tribunal sitting in Isabo, Abeokuta on Monday commenced hearing of the petition filed by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship candidate, Ladi Adebutu, against Dapo Abiodun of the All Progressives Congress (APC).
He Robbed Strange Oil On His private Part Before Making Love To Me- Lady Cry Out While Running Mad
A beautiful young woman was seen running down the streets of Abeokuta, barking like a dog, after being dropped by a Yahoo boy. The girl has not yet been identified, but there are also reports that she may have been exploited by suspected cybercriminals for her financial needs.
Ogun Community Leader Runs Away As University Students Burn Down Houses Over Colleague's Death
There was a bloody clash between residents of a host community and the students of Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun, Ogun State, leaving four houses burnt. Violence broke out in the Imaweje community around Ijagun, Ijebu-Ode when a 300-level student, yet to be identified, was reportedly killed by the community.
Today's Headlines: Only Tinubu bold enough to stop petrol subsidy regime – Gbenga Daniel, PDP can expel Wike, but only according to law, court rules
Only Tinubu bold enough to stop petrol subsidy regime – Gbenga Daniel Photo Credit: Vanguard Senator-elect representing Ogun east district, Otunba Gbenga, has hailed President Bola Tinubu for his courage and the political will to declare the petroleum subsidy regime over. Dainel noted that Tinubu was the only President, who was “bold enough” to stop the petrol subsidy regime.
Atiku, PDP present first witnesses to testify against Tinubu, APC, INEC
Atiku Abubakar and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Thursday called up their first three witnesses against the Bola Tinubu presidential victory. PDP had previously informed the tribunal that it had 100 witnesses ready to testify against Mr Tinubu, the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
Heavy rainfall worsens Lagos traffic
Residents of Lagos and Ogun had to endure terrible traffic jams on Tuesday due to both heavy rain and fuel scarcity, which resulted in long queues of vehicles waiting at petrol stations. As transportation companies increased rates by 50% to 100%, many commuters had trouble reaching their workplaces.
Recent Photos Of Nigerians Queuing For Fuel At Different Filling Stations In Ogun State
In a report on Leadership News, it has been observed that queues at fueling Stations have resurfaced in Ogun State. In some of the photos shared by the news outlets, hundreds of Nigerians could be seen queuing for fuel at different fueling Stations in the South Western State.
Tinubu Challenges Evidence From BVAS Machines At Election Petition Court
" In a significant twist at the Presidential Election Petition Court (PEPC) in Abuja, President Bola Tinubu, through his legal team led by Wole Olanipekun, SAN, vehemently opposed the admission of evidence extracted from the Bimodal Voter Accreditation System (BVAS) machines used in the 2023 presidential election.
Subsidy Removal: Former Presidents Were Not Bold Enough To Remove Subsidy But Tinubu Did It- Otunba Daniel
The senator-elect Otunba Gbenga Daniel from Ogun East senatorial district has expressed his belief that none of the former presidents of Nigeria had the courage to remove fuel subsidies, unlike the current president, Bola Ahmed Tinubu. In an interview on Arise TV, Sen. Gbenga Daniel emphasized that every president in recent years acknowledged the unsustainability of the subsidy but lacked the boldness to eliminate it.
Court Jails 40-year-old Manager in Ogun For Allegedly Stealing Company's Goods and Money
A 40-year-old man, Damilola Isheniyi, was arraigned on Friday at an Abeokuta Chief Magistrates’ Court, for allegedly stealing his employer’s goods and money to the tune of N1.1 million.The defendant, whose address was not disclosed, is accused of stealing and unlawful conversion.
Primate Ayodele: Gov. Dapo Abiodun Should Not Take Things Easy Or As a Joke, Else I See His Victory Shaking
Primate Elijah Ayodele, the founder and general overseer of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, recently shared a message with the public, via a video on his Tiktok profile. He also discussed the Nigerian governors who had just been sworn in. The clergyman stated in the video that, "I also want to speak about the recent gubernatorial election.
Hajj 2023: Second batch of Lagos intending pilgrims airlifted
Flynas, a Saudi Arabian airline, flew 428 pilgrims from Lagos State to Madinah, Saudi Arabia, in preparation for the 2023 holy journey. There were 286 men and 242 women on board the airline with flight number XY 5680 last Thursday as it departed from Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Ikeja at 5:21 p.m.
Kidnappers Leave Trail of Death and Abduction in Ogun Farm Raid
According to Punch News report, A tragic incident unfolded on Wednesday when gunmen, suspected to be kidnappers, launched a brazen attack on a farm in Awo village, Orile-Imo, located in the Obafemi-Owode Local Government Area of Ogun State. During the raid, the assailants shot dead a security guard and another individual, while two persons were abducted from the scene.
Gang of Robbers Strikes Ogun, Steals $11m from Hausa Trader
In a swift operation lasting just three minutes, a gang of four robbers stole $11 million from a trader in the Oke-Sokori area of Abeokuta, located in the Abeokuta North Local Government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria. The armed suspects targeted the victim, a Hausa trader, who was traveling in a Toyota Venza salon car with the registration number ABC 565 GN.
Ogun Robbery: Armed robbers steal $11m from businessman in broad daylight
Four Armed robbers targeted a businessman and stole an estimated $11m in cash. The robbers were all dressed in black and brandished their firearms for three minutes while stealing the cash stashed in Ghana-Must-Go bags from the Toyota Venza car of the unsuspecting victim. The robbers also took the victim's car key and drove away in a tinted Toyota Camry car.
Traditionalists want May 29 swearing-in done with native deity
According to Punchng. In a bid to tackle the issue of corruption and mismanagement of public funds in Nigeria, adherents of traditional religion have recently advocated for a change in the swearing-in process for elected and appointed officials. During a press conference at the Osemeji Temple in Ibadan, Oyo State, the proponents of this movement called for the adoption of Ogun, the god of iron, as the entity to be sworn upon instead of the Bible and Qur'an.
Today's Headlines:Traditional Worshippers Want Tinubu To Swear On God Of Iron, Rather Than Bible Or Qur'an;Wike Dissolves Cabinet
Traditional Religion Worshippers Want Tinubu, Others To Swear On God Of Iron Rather Than The Bible, Qur’an On May 29 Traditional religion have called on the Nigerian government to adopt Ogun, the god of iron, to swear in all elective and appointed office holders instead of the tradition of using the Bible and the Qur’an.
Ogun Robbery: Armed robbers steal $11 million from a businessman In broad daylight,
A businessman was the target of four armed robbers who grabbed an estimated $11 million in cash. The thieves, who were all clothed in black, displayed their weapons for three minutes while robbing the victim's Toyota Venza vehicle of the cash hidden in Ghana-Must-Go bags.
Traditionalists want May 29 swearing-in done with native deity
On Thursday, proponents of traditional religion demanded that, "in order to prevent the theft of public finances, all elected and appointed officials in Nigeria be sworn in using Ogun, the god of iron, rather than the Bible and Qur'an." At a press conference to announce the 2023 edition of the annual Ifa festival, which would take place in Ibadan, Oyo State, they made this call.
Traditionalists wants swearing in on May 29 done with native deity
According to punchng (26 May, 2023).Traditional religion practitioners in Nigeria are urging the adoption of Ogun, the god of iron, to swear in all elective and appointed office holders in the country rather than the Bible and Qur’an. This comes as a move to curb misappropriation of public funds, which has plagued Nigeria.