A Government Official Has Been Assassinated In Ekiti State

A Director of Administration at the Local Government Service Commission in Ekiti State, David Jejelowo has been killed by gunmen. Mr. Jejelowo was killed on Monday morning at his residence in the Igirigiri area of Ado Ekiti, the capital of Ekiti State. Our correspondent S’Teller gathered that, “the incident occurred between 12:30am and 1:00am today and the police have taken his corpse to the morgue. The immediate family are still grieving and could not be reached for specific narrative. The Police spokesperson in Ekiti State, Sunday Abutu, confirmed the killing…

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Ondo 2020: Akeredolu Makes Election Promises As He Was Welcomed By The Oluoke Of Okeigbo.

ONDO 2020: WE WILL MAKE OKE-IGBO A LOCAL COUNCIL WITHIN ONE YEAR” Gov. Oluwarotimi Akeredolu “Mr Governor, despite the COVID 19 pandemic, our people still troop out en masse to welcome. This is a sign of our love for you. “Our community, before now, lacked portable water; our roads are abandoned; our school infrastructures are blot on the landscape; our health centres were in moribund; but today, everything is receiving attention from the Akeredolu led administration. “We used to have a problem of insecurity here, especially in our farms, but…

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Ondo LG Election: Bloody Party Clash, Other Parties’ Withdraw

A bloody clash erupted between the supporters of the All Progressives Congress and the African Democratic Congress on Friday in Ondo town, Ondo West Local Government Area. A similar incident has also been reported in Ilaje local government where members of the All Progressives Congress were allegedly attacked by hoodlums. The incidents occurred 24 hours to the council election, scheduled to hold on Saturday, August 22. The police in Ondo State are still investigating the cause of these unrest. According to the police spokesperson, Tee Leo-Ikoro, who confirmed the incident…

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Ondo State Set Date For Local Government Elections

The Ondo State Independent Electoral Commission has slated August 22 as the date for local government elections in the state. This was disclosed on Monday by the chairman of the commission, Yomi Dinakin, at the headquarters of the commission in Akure, the state capital. The election, which was first set for April, was suspended indefinitely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. On Monday, Mr Dinakin said “since the pandemic has come to stay, the commission under Section 25 of the Electoral Act has the power to determine the date of the…

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