Oluwo Shares The Mystery Of Living Above ‘gods & dieties’ And the Need to Protect Our Heritage

During an interview session with the Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale Akanbi on Thursday, the revered monarch explained his relationship as a king with the ancestors and the ancestral powers that be. The monarch had always maintained that his representation supersedes any ancient god due to the fact that he enjoys the royal priesthood as ordained by God. He emphasized his supremacy in this interview. See excerpts from interview and video below; “Today, I stand tall to say; I will, I should and I must be greater than my…

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“You Made It Through Good Character, Hardwork” – Ooni Rates Akinwumi for Emerging 2nd Term AFDB President

“YOU MADE IT THROUGH GOOD CHARACTER, HARD WORK” – OONI CELEBRATES AKINWUMI ADESINA’S RE-ELECTION. The Arole Oduduwa & Ooni of Ife, Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, has congratulated Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, over his re-election as the President of the African Development Bank (AFDB). Ooni Ogunwusi expressed his heartfelt joy through a statement signed by his Director of Media and Public Affairs, Comrade Moses Olafare, explaining that Dr. Akinwunmi’s re-election is a product of his good character and hard work. “Omoluabi is the name we descendants of Oduduwa call good…

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“Appointment or Sack of Service Chiefs is a Presidential Prerogative” Buhari Responds As Senate Calls For Resignation of Service Chiefs

President Muhammadu Buhari has reacted to a call by the Senate asking Service Chiefs to resign their respective positions for alleged non-performance in the fight against insurgency and the recent killing of soldiers as well as mass resignation from the military. The President through a statement by the Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina explained that the best action to retain or fire the security men will be promptly communicated to Nigerians soon. “The Senate on Tuesday adopted a resolution calling on the Service Chiefs to resign…

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UK Blackouts Huawei 5G Mobile

The United Kingdom has barred all service providers in the country from buying new Huawei 5G equipment over national security concerns. Oliver Dowden, the UK’s Digital Secretary, told the House of Commons of the decision on Tuesday, the BBC reports. The service providers must also remove all the Chinese firm’s 5G kit from their networks by 2027 under the new regulations.

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Fayemi Is A Governor With Developmental Soul, Oba Onikun Says As He Lauds Ekiti Governor

The Onikun of Ikun Amure – Ekiti, Oba Olusola Olatunde, has described the Governor of Ekiti State, Dr John Kayode Fayemi, as a man whose life ambition is to develop and add value to humanity. “I must confess to the fact that Governor Fayemi is a thoroughbred humanist whose activities and acts as a governor are geared toward the development of this state and upliftment of humanity. He is a God-fearing human being whose development initiatives in the town are legendry. Such a man is an inestimable asset both for…

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More Than 3600 Rape Cases Were Recorded During The Lockdown, Minister For Women Affairs Claims

More than 3,600 rape cases were recorded across Nigeria during the lockdown, the Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development, Pauline Tallen, stated. The Minister made this revelation during a courtesy visit to the Deputy Senate President, Ovie Omo-Agege, on Monday. The exposition was contained in a statement by Mr Omo-Agege’s media office. Her comments comes amidst increase in the number of reported rape cases. The UN Women recently reported a rise in Gender-Based Violence in Lagos State, indicating a 300 per cent increase between March and April. Also in…

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Boko Haram Hit Gomari In Maiduguri.

According to our correspondent S’Teller, Boko Haram terrorists attacked Gomari area of Maiduguri, capital of Borno State, on Monday night. A security source disclosed that the insurgents came into the village around 11:05pm, shooting sporadically and killing several persons. “Gomari, near Airport Road is presently under attack, they have started burning buildings and killing civilians trying to flee.” Incessant killings by insurgents have been recorded in the area in recent times. The terrorists have made several attempts to overrun a military base located within the area lately also.

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Nigeria Government Releases Guidelines For Reopening Schools

The Federal Government of Nigeria has released guidelines ahead of the resumption of schools at every level in the country. The guidelines for the safe reopening of schools and learning facilities after the COVID-19 pandemic outlines actions, measures, and requirements needed for resumption. The document was released by the federal Ministry of Health and the National Centre for Disease Control education emergencies working group and signed by the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, on Monday. The federal government required that learners should be supported to stay two metres apart. However, the government…

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COVID-19: Related Death Toll Rose To 744 As Nigeria Records Slight Decrease In Number Of Infections

According to the report from the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, the new figures indicates that the death toll from the coronavirus rose to 744 after four people succumbed to the deadly disease in the last 24 hours. However, there was a slight decrease from the 571 infections recorded Sunday. The NCDC in a tweet said the new cases were reported in 20 states. The states are: Lagos-156, Oyo-141, FCT-99, Edo-47, Kaduna-27, Ondo-22, Rivers-20, Osun-17, Imo-13, Plateau-10, Nasarawa-8, Anambra-8, Kano-5, Benue-5, Borno-5, Ogun-4, Taraba-3, Gombe-3, Kebbi-1, Cross Rivers-1. All 36…

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COVID-19: More Than 3000 Health Workers Have Lost Their Lives

Amnesty International in its new report documenting the experiences of health workers around the world on Monday said, governments must be held accountable for the deaths of health and essential workers, who they have failed to protect from the COVID-19 pandemic. The organisation’s analysis revealed that more than 3000 health workers are known to have died from COVID-19 worldwide, a figure the organisation believed is likely to be underestimated. According to report, the countries with the highest numbers of health worker deaths thus far are Russia (545), United Kingdom (540,…

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