Falana weighs in on name debate in Osun
Human rights attorney, Femi Falana, is trading legal tackles with the Secretary to the Federal Government, Anyim Pius Anyim, who, Thursday in Abuja described the appellation, “State of Osun,” as illegal and unconstitutional. The decision by the current administration in Osun State to characterize itself as “State of Osun,” rather that “Osun State” has been the subject of contention between […]
Lagos shuts 13 more companies for N140m tax evasion
Lagos state clamps down on serial tax defaulters.
Oshiomhole demands judicious use of Ecological Fund
Three local governments in Edo have suffered from the flood that has affected 23 states
Ogun University to issue 6yrs backlog certificates
Over forty thousand students of the Olabisi Onabanjo University who graduated years ago, will finally get their degree certificates.
Lagos agency introduces video conferencing for customer relations
LASAA will introduce Skype, a platform to make calls over the internet, in its customer relations.
Ondo election: PDP candidate, Olusola Oke, debunks corruption allegation
Reports that Olusola Oke mismanaged his position as OSOPADEC chairman have been denounced as mere rumour.
Flood victims trapped on treetops in Kogi as humanitarian crisis worsens
The humanitarian crisis caused by the flood in Kogi State has worsened with residents taking refuge on treetops
Ogun to renovate site of October 2005 Bellview plane crash
The Lisa Memorial Arcade can rake in huge revenues for Ogun State, commissioner said.
Ogun polytechnic expels 14 students over election violence
The students were expelled on allegations that they were involved in the election violence that occurred at the polytechnic.
Violence erupts in Ogun polytechnic over Students Union election
Some of the protesting students were armed with dangerous weapons including guns.
Lagos Chief Judge frees 130 Kirikiri awaiting trial inmates
The released inmates have spent between four and twelve years in prison without trial
Ogun asks Christian Pilgrims to give detailed biodata
The comprehensive data is needed to ascertain the genuine intention of those performing the pilgrimage.
Ogun seeks partnership with Nigerian-Danish Chamber on Agriculture
Denmark produces more food than its citizens can consume Nigeria.
NDLEA arrests palm wine tapper, wife over Indian hemp farm in Osogbo
The suspect said he ventured into the more profitable trade to raise funds for his father’s burial.
Stakeholders divided on planned introduction of Chinese language
Members of the public have expressed different opinions on the plan to introduce Chinese language in public schools.