The residents of Ogunrun-Ori community in Ogun State have lamented the Federal Government’s failure to notify them before marking their houses for demolition. One of the residents, Sunday Gbokiti, claimed that in 2019, the government had told the community they wanted to construct a bridge but without proper notification, they started markin
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VIDEO: How my husband was shot dead by killer MOPOL -Wife of Lagos businessman killed at birthday party10th May 2022
The wife of a Lagos businessman, Vivian Obieshi, narrates how her husband, Chikere, was shot and killed by a MOPOL in Lagos State. Obieshi said, her husband went to honour his friend, Asiwaju’s birthday invitation, to celebrate with him at a bar. She added that although her husband didn’t like the environment, he went. Obieshi’s
A 12-year-old boxer, Mariam Ademodi, has narrated how she started boxing at the age of six and her intentions to pursue her boxing career. Mariam reveals that she loves boxing for self-defence and would want the government to support and pay more attention to other female athletes in sports like boxing, karate and football.
An Ogun mother, Taiwo Tijani, narrates her side of the story as to how her daughter, Mary, was set ablaze. She also denied setting her child ablaze, laying the blame on cooking gas. Tijani pleaded to be let go so she can take care of her ailing daughter in the hospital, given the father’s inability to stay with her at the Olabisi Onabanjo Un
The former Chief Imam of Apo Legislative Quarters Mosque, Sheikh Muhammad Nuru Khalid, has reiterated his stance on the government’s reluctance or inability to deal with the issue of insecurity in Nigeria. Khalid was fired from his previous position over an anti-government sermon and not showing remorse. He said he doesn’t mind having
In this episode of So this Happened, we reviewed the Abuja-Kaduna train attack. Last Monday, terrorists had gunned down at least nine persons, while many others sustained different degrees of injuries. The Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, had disclosed that he warned about possible attacks on the rail if certain measures were not put in