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Woman Found Dead in Ekiti

By Amos Ogunrinde A trader whose name could not be identified has been found dead in Ogbese, a settlement under Ise Ekiti along Ise/Ikere road. The woman was said to have come from Ikere Ekiti to purchase vegetables in the settlement for resale before she was declared missing. However, her decomposed corpse was later found […]Continue Reading

Entertainment Industry is growing so fast and so well – Entertainment Guru, Otunba Dayo Adeneye

Spicy & Trendy With Adetutu Adetule/Taiwo Akinola Media entrepreneur and a politician, Otunba Dayo Adeneye popularly known as D1, has expressed a heartfelt joy over how successful the industry is growing. He made this known during an interview with Trendy & Spicy. He said, the music, language and culture of Nigeria have been exported globally, […]Continue Reading

Tanker Driver Suspends Strike

The two-day suspension of operations concerning the lifting of petroleum products by the Nigerian Association of Road Transport Owners, NARTO, has been called off by the oil transporters. NARTO confirmed this in Abuja on Tuesday evening after the intervention of the Federal Government through the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources (Oil), Heineken Lokpobiri. Continue Reading

Abiodun Hails Stakeholders On Standardization of Yoruba Language Orthography

By Oluseye Arowolo There is need for all stakeholders to work together towards enhancing the standardization of Yoruba Language to ensure its preservation, continuity and global recognition. Ogun State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun stated this while inaugurating the International Conference on Yoruba Language Orthography Committee organized by The Yoruba World Centre in Continue Reading

AU Bans ‘Brutal’ Donkey Skin Trade

Animal welfare charities have welcomed an Africa-wide ban on the controversial donkey skin trade. It will make it illegal to slaughter donkeys for their skin in 55 countries across the continent. Demand for the animals’ skins is fuelled by the popularity of an ancient Chinese medicine called Ejiao, traditionally made from donkey hides. African state […]Continue Reading

Ogun Demolishes Shanties, Warns Monarchs

By Oluwatoyin Adegoke Ogun State Government has warned traditional rulers in the state against allocating road setbacks and public spaces to unauthorized users for pecuniary gains. Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Environment, Alhaji Farook Akintunde gave the warning when he led the state Taskforce on Environmental Compliance and Enforcement to carry out the Continue Reading

Farm Settlements Come Alive in Ogun

By Olusegun Folarin Ogun State Government has approved the revitalization of the farm settlements, to attract more youths to farming and to further boost the state’s food production status. The commissioner for Agriculture and Food Security, Mr Bolu Owootomo announced this while speaking with Radio Nigeria in Abeokuta. Mr Owootomo, who noted that a team […]Continue Reading