Charm fails OPC members, leader arrested for attempted murder of colleague
Haruna Babajide is now in the hospital from gunshot wounds sustained during test of charm.
900 passengers escape death in Lagos train accident
The accident, a third this month, brought destruction in its wake but bore no fatality.
Pipeline Explosion: PPMC shuts Atlas Cove pipeline
PPMC has shut down a major network that pumps petroleum products to depots in the South-West
Several burnt, as pipeline fire breaks out in Ogun
A fire broke out killing some persons in Arepo village as pipeline vandals attempted to steal petroleum products
Man docked for allegedly removing another’s teeth in fight
A 28 year old student knocked out four teeth off his opponent’s mouth during a fight
Federal Government can never be efficient- Ajimobi
The Oyo Governor wants the FG to hand over road construction and agriculture to states.
Why I resigned from PDP Board of Trustees – Obasanjo
Former president Olusegun Obasanjo, says he resigned to enable him attract business opportunities to Africa.
Court adjourns case of alleged murderers of Cynthia Osokogu
Cynthia Osokogu’s alleged murderers have been arraigned for an eight count charge including Murder and robbery.
Yoruba group set to tackle Boko haram’s rumoured incursion
According to the Yoruba Unity Forum, proactive measures are being taken to halt the entry of Boko Haram into the South-West
Foreign Investment crucial for Nigeria’s development, Aregbesola says
Aregbesola holds that his administration has strategically positioned Osun State for development.
Badagry celebrates International Day For Slave Trade Remembrance
The horrors of the slave trade era were again condemned in Badagry on Thursday.
Aregbesola’s free rail transportation grounded our businesses- Commercial drivers
Ironically, the governor of Osun State’s effort at goodwill stalls the livelihood of commercial drivers in the state.
Atlantic Ocean surge: Tourists boycott Lagos beaches
The Bar Beach, usually full on public holidays, was a shadow of itself.
PDP blames Lagos Government for ocean surge, deaths
The PDP asks the Lagos State Government to stop the Eko Atlantic project
Ogun worried over invasion of territory by “25,000 cattle”
Oladimeji Kayode The Ogun State Government has expressed concern that not less than 25,000 cattle are being brought into its territory by Fulani herdmen via Benin Republic and Northern Nigeria. The state commissioner for Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Muyiwa Oladipo, raised the alarm in Abeokuta during a peace meeting with herdsmen and community leaders. […]