Nigeria’s oldest Monarch dies at 141

Onilua of Ilua, Samuel Durodola Afolabi, whose age was recorded as Nigeria’s oldest king at 141 years of age has joined his ancestors. The death of the centenarian threw residents of the community situated in Kajola Local Government Area of Oyo State into mourning. The monarch, who is believed to be the oldest in the inland state of Oyo in south-western Nigeria, joined his ancestors on the morning of Saturday, May 23. Born in 1879 during the reign of Adeyemi 1 of Alowolodu, who was the last independent Alaafin to…

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Beware! Using Chloroquine to treat COVID-19 may lead to cardiac arrest -Study

Administering chloroquine or hydroxychloroquine to treat Covid-19 may be harming patients more than it is helping them, a large-scale study has found. The study, published in the journal Lancet analysed data of patients admitted for Covid-19 in 671 hospitals across six continents. The patients positively diagnosed for Covid-19 were hospitalised between December last year and April 2020. Researchers behind the study were “unable to confirm a benefit” of hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine when used alone or with an antibiotic for Covid-19, they reported in the Lancet. Instead, they found the regimens…

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Updated: Gen. Diya’s wife, dies of COVID-19

One of the wives of Gen. Oladipupo Diya, (rtd) a former Chief of General Staff and ex-Ogun State governor, Sade is dead. National Infinity reports that Sade Diya was reportedly confirmed dead yesterday as a result of complications from coronavirus. A very reliable source told National Infinity that “she died yesterday and unfortunately, most members of the General’s household are infected. The house at Ikeja is now vacant and undergoing fumigation. May God rest her gentle soul.” NB: Earlier report mentioned Mrs. Josephine Diya as the woman who died. Sources…

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Medical Experts warns about dangers of prolonged use of facemasks

Medical professionals have warned that people with chronic asthma who use face masks, especially the surgical and clothing type, are exposing themselves to hypoxia. Hypoxia is a condition in which the body or a region of the body is deprived of adequate oxygen supply at the tissue level. The World Health Organisation described asthma as a common lung condition that causes sporadic breathing difficulties, adding that its strongest risk factors are inhaled substances and particles that may provoke allergic reactions or irritate the airways. Speaking exclusively with PUNCH HealthWise, Senior Registrar,…

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OGD mourns as media aide dies

Former Governor of Ogun State, Gbenga Daniel, has lost his Chief Press Secretary, Ayo Giwa. Giwa was reported to have died on Sunday night following a brief illness. The former governor confirmed the news to The PUNCH in a text message on Monday. He said, “I  received the very shocking news of the sudden death of our own Ayo Giwa last night after a brief illness. “Ayo Giwa was one of the original Gateway Front Media team since 2001. “After the election in 2003, he emerged as the Chief Press Secretary of…

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Ewedu can stop coronavirus -Arabian Scientist confirms

As the world is frantically searching for a cure for rampaging global pandemic; Coronavirus, hope is coming from the Middle East as a consultant for Internal Medicine and Digestive system at the Thunyan Al-Ghanem Centre at the Amiri Hospital, in Kuwait, Dr. Fahd Al-Najjar confirmed that scientific studies have proven that Moloikhia leaves scientifically known as Corchorus Olitorius contains a substance known as Flavnoid that can stop the spread of coronavirus. Corchorus Olitorius is Jute leaves, otherwise known as Ewedu in Yoruba and a Nigerian Don, Prof Jesse Otegbayo, the…

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COVID-19: Another prominent Emir dies

The Emir of Kaura-Namoda in Zamfara State, Alhaji Mohammed Ahmad Asha. He was said to have died of suspected coronavirus-related complications in the early hours of Sunday. The Emir, according to the Publicity Secretary for the Control and Prevention of COVID-19 in the state, Alhaji Mustafa Jafaru Kaura, went into isolation at the Yariman Bakura Specialist Hospital, Gusau three days ago. Mustafa stressed that his blood sample had been sent to Abuja for the COVID-19 test, explaining, however, that “the result is still being awaited”. He said the remains of…

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Emir joins Kano high profile deaths

The Emir of Rano in Kano State, Dr Tafida Abubakar Ila ll, is dead. He died on Saturday at a hospital in Kano at the age of 74. Turakin Rano and the lawmaker representing Rano, Kibiya, and Bunkure Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, Alhaji Kabir Alhassan-Rururm, confirmed the death of the monarch to The PUNCH. He said the late emir is survived by 17 children and two wives, adding that the deceased would be buried Saturday evening in the emirate. The Rano Emirate Council earlier confirmed that the Emir…

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COVID-19: AIT founder, Dokpesi, 7 other family members test positive

DAAR Communications’ founding chairman, High Chief Raymond Aleogho Dokpesi, his daughter-in-law, and six other members of his family have reportedly tested positive for coronavirus. This came three days after his son and Chairman of the board of the company, Raymond Dokpesi Jnr, also tested positive for the virus and has since gone into isolation. Dokpesi Jnr had tested positive for COVID-19 after having symptoms of malaria. However, after persistent bouts of cough, Dokpesi jnr. was said to have contacted the NCDC, which later confirmed that he had the infectious virus.…

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Dele Giwa’s Doctor, Tosin Ajayi is dead

Dr. Tosin Ajayi, late Dele Giwa’s doctor and husband of ex-beauty queen, Helen Prest Ajayi, is dead. Ajayi, in whose hospital, First Foundation Medical Centre, Dele Giwa, the late Editor-in-chief of Newswatch magazine, died in 1986 after he was parcel-bombed in his Adeniyi Jones residence, died today, Tuesday, April 28, 2020, after a protracted illness. Though details of his death is not yet public as at the time of writing this report, the late medical practitioner, who also founded the Africa Future, had been ill for some time. The Elites…

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Relax, no coronavirus for Tinubu

National Infinity reports that National leader of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, and his wife, Remi, have tested negative to COVID-19 Virus. According to a statement on Monday by the spokesperson to Tinubu, Tunde Rahman, the late CSO, Lateef Raheem whose death was announced last Friday died of the virus and this necessitated Tinubu, his wife and aides going for the mandatory test. The statement reads, “Following the death of our well-respected and beloved Chief Security Officer, Alhaji Lateef Raheem, NCDC medics took the wise precaution of taking samples from…

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Covid-19 Palliatives In Ososa: A Community Social Responsibility

The novel Coronavirus which started in China but now become a global pandemic had made it glaringly clear that governments worldwide alone, can not meet all the requirements of citizens hence the need of an individual community to come together and forge a way ahead. The COVID -19 pandemic that locks down the whole world socially, economically, emotionally and what not had actually exposed our weaknesses and lack of social cohesion. President Muhammad Buhari of the Federal Republic of Nigeria announced Total Lockdown in some parts of the country (Lagos,…

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How COVID-19 Patient attempted to escape from Isolation Centre

A COVID-19 positive patient reportedly attempts to escape from the isolation centre in Kaduna in the early hours of this morning. Narrating the development, Corps Assistant Joshua Philip who was posted to Infectious Disease Control Center, Down Quarters, Kaduna South to provide security services in and around the isolation centre.  The suspected COVlD-l9 patient tried to leave the Center for morning prayers without the permission of doctors.  A confrontation ensued between our personnel and the patient who forcefully picked the keys of the gate of the Center and tried to…

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Last moments of Sosoliso Airline’s boss, Victor Ikwuemesi

Founder And CEO Of Sosoliso Airlines, Victor Ikwuemesi died in a London earlier after testing Positive for COVID-19. He was admitted to the hospital on Saturday. The Chairman of the defunct airline died a few days after he was admitted and diagnosed with Coronavirus. A source close to the family told newsmen that Ikwuemesi was admitted to an unnamed London hospital after a brief illness. He later tested positive for COVID-19 in the result that was released on Tuesday. Founder of Sosoliso was in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) on oxygen since he arrived at the hospital. The source added; When the oxygen was removed for…

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COVID19: Nigeria’s cases rise to 254 as two states get first cases

Sixteen new cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Nigeria, bringing the total number of confirmed infections in the country to 254. Of the 16 cases, 10 were recorded in Lagos State, two in Oyo, one in Delta, one in Katsina and two in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. The new cases were announced by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control at 09.31pm on Tuesday. The NCDC also said Nigeria recorded one new death while nine more patients recovered. It tweeted, “Sixteen new cases of COVID-19 have been reported in…

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What I passed through to survive Coronavirus, SER boss, Osowobi

The Executive Director of Stand to End Rape, Oluwaseun Osowobi, who recently recovered from coronavirus, has narrated her experience in the Infectious Disease Hospital, Yaba. She also gave an account of how she lost a job and a contract worth millions on Twitter after being discharged on Monday. According to the survivor, she thought she would not survive the disease. Osowobi was the only female among the recently discharged five patients quarantined and treated at the isolation centre for two weeks after testing positive for the coronavirus, The PUNCH reports. The Governor…

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Coronavirus: 4 new cases confirmed in Abuja

Four cases of the dreaded Coronavirus pandemic have been reported in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. Some of the patients, who were said to have tested positive to the disease, were about to be moved to the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital as at press time and according to reports. With this, it is confirmed that Covid 19 is now in Abuja. One of the patients of the ailment is said to be working at the Headquarters of the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) in Zone 5, Abuja and he…

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Coronavirus: First index case cured, Italian now negative

The Italian who brought Coronavirus to Nigeria has been discharged after testing negative to the disease. The Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, made this known in a series of tweets on Friday. In a picture accompanying his tweets, the Italian was seen with the Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Prof Akin Abayomi, and other health officials. He tweeted, “As the COVID-19 Incident Commander for Lagos State, I am glad to inform you that the index case the Italian gentleman is now negative. “Through a combined effort of Lagos State,…

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Stop cooking with paracetamol, NAFDAC warns

The National Agency for Food and Drugs Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has warned food vendors and others against the use of paracetamol as a tenderiser in cooking meat and beans. Mrs Roseline Ajayi, the Kwara Coordinator of NAFDAC, gave the warning recently in Ilorin during sensitisation programme for fast food operators and food vendors on dangers of using the drug to cook. The NAFDAC coordinator noted that the use of paracetamol for cooking can cause kidney and liver failure. Ajayi said, “the use of paracetamol to tenderise meat and beans…

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Coronavirus: US President, Trump declares national day of prayer

US President Donald Trump has declared Sunday, March 15, 2020, as a ‘National Day of Prayer’ to seek God’s face and strength in the face of the Coronavirus pandemic. The POTUS encouraged all citizens of the United States to pray, believing that the nation and by extension, the world, would overcome the ravaging COVID-19. He said, “It is my great honour to declare Sunday, March 15th as a National Day of Prayer. We are a country that, throughout our history, has looked to God for protection and strength in times…

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Gbajabiamila hails Osinbajo at 63

The Speaker of the House of Representatives Rep. Femi Gbajabiamila has extolled the virtues of Vice President Prof Yemi Osinbajo as he marks his 63rd birthday on earth. Gbajabiamila said Osinbajo, who became a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) through the dint of hard work, is a very courageous and patriotic human being whose services to the nation would always be remembered. Gbajabiamila recalls with delight how Osinbajo served as the Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice in Lagos State for eight years to the satisfaction of all. In a…

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Ex-Egyptian leader, Mubarak dies at 91

Hosni Mubarak, former Egyptian President, ousted by the military in 2011, has died in hospital in Cairo aged 91. Mubarak spent three decades in office before the popular Arab spring that swept into Egypt. He was found guilty of complicity in the killing of protesters during the revolution. That conviction was overturned and was freed in March 2017. His death was confirmed by Egyptian state news on Tuesday. Earlier in the day, the Al-Watan website reported that he died at a military hospital. Mubarak underwent surgery in late January. His…

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Oniru Stool: Ogunyemi ruling house lay claim, seek respect for the throne

The raging crisis rocking the Oniru of Iru land, Lagos, took another dimension as one of the royal families, the Ogunyemi ruling lineage, earlier side-lined in the succession struggle has come out to challenge for the Oniru stool. The Ogunyemi Ruling House, led by its elders including Chief Abayomi Daramola, Arobadade of Iru Land, is laying claim to the throne, saying it is the turn of the House, whose last candidate on the throne joined his ancestors in 1927, to produce the next Oniru of Iruland. The Oniru throne became…

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Another senator is dead

Barely two months after the Senate lost a member; Benjamin Uwajumogu, from  Imo State, in December last year, the red chamber has once again been depleted with the death of yet another member. He is the Senator representing Plateau South Senatorial District,  Ignatius Longjan, whose demise was announced Monday morning. One of his colleagues in the Senate confirmed his demise to our correspondent on condition of anonymity on Monday Morning. The senator said. “Yes,  the man is dead but it is either his family, the Plateau State Government or the…

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Sanwo-olu’s commissioner, Jibola Ponle’s marriage collapses

Ajibola Ponnle, Lagos State Commissioner for Establishment, Training, and Pensions, has filed for divorce from her estranged husband, Michael Ponnle, CEO of defunct Origin Oil & Gas. They have been married for 22 years. Ajibola filed the petition at a Lagos High Court, Igbosere, seeking an end to the marriage  . In her evidence before the trial judge, Justice Lateefah Okunnu, on February 4, 2020, Ajibola, a chartered accountant admitted that she had left her matrimonial home. In the amended petition she filed before the court, she stated that eight…

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Real reason Pastor Adeboye asked son to sack secretary

The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, says he asked his son to sack his secretary in order for his son to avoid falling into the sin of adultery. Adeboye said this in a series of tweets on his official Twitter handle on last week. The cleric said in a message titled, “Crush that crush,” that it was important for married couples to keep their bodies holy like the temple of God. He said, “One of my sons once told me that he was…

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15 dead as truck plunges into river in Ogun

About 15  passengers have been killed and over 30 injured in an accident at the Omi River in Ogun State. The accident involving a white truck from Sokoto State with registration number XE331MKA overloaded with passengers was said to have occurred at the early hours of Tuesday by the Ajegunle Bridge, along Ibadan-Ijebu Ode highway. At the time of this report, rescue operation led by the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) was still ongoing. Ogun Sector Commander Clement Oladele confirmed the incident, adding that the recovered bodies were recovered from…

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Coronavirus lands in Europe

Two cases of the coronavirus have been “confirmed” in France, the first in Europe, French Health Minister Agnes Buzyn said on Friday. The first case involved a patient in a hospital in the southwestern city of Bordeaux while the other was in Paris, the minister told reporters. The SARS-like virus has claimed 26 lives since it emerged on December 31 in a market in the Chinese city of Wuhan. As of Friday, more than 800 people have been infected across China, with 177 in serious condition. Authorities were also examining…

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Family releases Akinyele’s burial programme

The remains of former Minister of Information and Culture, Sir Alexander Opeyemi Akinyele will be buried on January 31.According to a burial programme released by the family, a service of songs will hold at the Ekimogun court residence of the Akinyeles in Ondo town on January 30 while a burial service will take place at the All Saints Anglican church, Ogbonkowo, Ondo on January 31.Sir Akinyele passed on on November 14 2019. He was aged 81 years.

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Where is it in the Bible? Catholic Priest, Rev. Fr. Oluoma Replies MFM’s Pastor Olukoya

I wanted to pretend I didn’t read about the G. O who said ‘Christmas’ is not in the Bible and so shouldn’t be celebrated. It’s the same funny mentality of those who confuse terminology with theology. Easter as a term is not in the Bible but we celebrate easter because it’s an event and a mystery recorded in scripture. Same with Christmas, it’s not the term or calendar date we celebrate but the event and mystery. One day now someone will wake up tipsy on ‘anointing’ and tell me to…

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Real Reason Queen Chanel walk out of marriage with Oluwo

About a week ago, controversy courting paramount ruler of Iwoland, Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale Akanbi, ended his marriage to her Canadian-born queen, Chanel Chin. Oba Akanbi had, in a terse statement issued by his Chief Press Secretary to Oluwo Palace, Alli Ibraheem, to the general public especially the King’s friends and associates that “For personal irreconcilable differences, Chanel Chin ceased to be his Majesty’s queen. We equally enjoin the public to disregard any business transaction or request with her using the office of his majesty.” The Statement however did not state reasons…

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Respected Evangelist, Bonnke, Dies at 79

German Pentecostal evangelist, Reinhard Bonnke who was principally known for his gospel missions throughout Africa, is dead aged 79. A post on his official Facebook page explained that he passed away peacefully and was surrounded by his family. “It is with sorrow that the Bonnke Family would like to announce the passing of our beloved husband, father, and grandfather, Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke,” . “He passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family, on December 7, 2019. For the past 60 years, he has preached the glorious Gospel of Jesus throughout the…

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ASSO mourns as Socialite Monarch, Fatai Irawo of Odi-Olowo, joins ancestors

Socialite traditional ruler and former President of ASSO, Kabiyesi Oba Abdulfatai Irawo of Odi Olowo has joined his ancestors. The old-time celebrity monarch died Thursday last week and was buried the following day at his Odi Olowo palace, Mushin, Lagos. One of the social clubs he helped to establish, Association of Friends, popularly call ASSO released a statement to announce the death of one of their trustees and sent a condolence message to his family. This is the statement signed by the club’s general secretary, Otunba Bayo Babatunde: With heavy…

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Lagos-Ibadan expressway accident claims 5 lives, 9 injured

The Federal Road Safety Corps, Ogun State Command, on Sunday confirmed the accident along Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, which claimed the lives of five persons and injured nine others. Mr Clement Oladele, the FRSC Sector Commander in the state, told the News Agency of Nigeria in Ota, Ogun, that the accident occurred at 9.10 p.m. around Danco Petrol Station, near Sagamu, on Saturday. Oladele blamed the lone accident, which involved a white Toyota Hiace bus, with registration number LSR 642XB, on speed violation. He said that 14 persons, 10 males and four females, were…

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Doyen of Public Relations, Alex Akinyele is dead

Chief Alexander Opeyemi Akinyele, Nigeria’s former Minister of Information, and later Chairman, National Sports Commission is dead. A statement by one of his sons, Constantine Akinfolarin Akinyele, confirmed that the Lobosin of Ondo kingdom passed away Thursday night after a brief illness. Akinyele was a doyen of public relations practice in Nigeria. In his lifetime, he contributed immensely towards raising the standard of the profession and the formation of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations. Among several other engagements, Chief Alex Akinyele was chairman, Board of Trustees of Celebrity Media…

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David West: Gbajabiamila mourns ‘a patriot’

The Speaker of the House of Representatives Rep. Femi Gbajabiamila has described as unfortunate and painful the passing away of a former Minister of Petroleum, Prof Tam David West.Gbajabiamila said David West, who served Nigeria diligently as a federal Minister and was also a consultant virologist of international repute, would be missed and remembered for his patriotism.In a statement by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity Lanre Lasisi, the Speaker prayed for the repose of the soul of the former petroleum minister.“My heartfelt condolences go to the family of…

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Gbajabiamila eulogises Mamman Daura at 80

The Speaker of the House of Representatives Rep. Femi Gbajabiamila has eulogised the virtues of elder statesman and veteran journalist, Malam Mamman Daura, as he marks his 80th birthday.Gbajabiamila said attaining the age of 80 is a great achievement worth celebrating, saying Daura has paid his dues as a national figure.According to a statement by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity Lanre Lasisi, the Speaker described Daura as a peace-loving and unassuming individual.  “I wish to celebrate this great Nigerian, who has done a lot for the country in different…

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Ex-Petroleum minister, David-West is dead

Renowned professor of virology, activist and former minister of petroleum, Tamuno David-West is dead. He died Monday at the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan at the age of 83 years. The famous political activist and virologist was born in Buguma, Kalabari, Rivers State. He worked as a lecturer and became a professor at the University of Ibadan where he lived and died. He joined the university in 1969 and became a professor of virology in 1975. David-West served in Nigerian government as commissioner for education and a member of the…

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Breaking: Mobolaji Johnson, Lagos’ first governor is dead

Brigadier-General Mobolaji Johnson, foremost elder statesman and first governor of Lagos State, is dead. A top official of the Lagos State Government confirmed the news to our this evening. Mobolaji, who was born on February 9, 1936, died on Wednesday, aged 83. As Military Governor of Lagos State, he was in office between May28, 1967 and July 1975, under the military regime of General Yakubu Gowon.

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Alagba, Africa’s 344yr old tortoise dies

The 344-year-old tortoise in the traditional ruler of Ogbomoso’s palace, popularly known as ‘Alagba’, has passed on. Mr Toyin Ajamu, the Private Secretary to Oba Jimoh Oyewunmi, Soun of Ogbomoso, confirmed this to newsmen on Thursday in Ogbomoso. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the dead tortoise attracted several visitors both from Nigeria and abroad to the palace. Ajamu said that the tortoise, whom he described as the oldest in Africa, died on Thursday during a brief illness. He said the tortoise would be greatly missed not only…

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Adewale Seeks Support For Rotary’s Quest For Better Living

The newly installed President of the Rotary Club of Maryland, Ikeja, Rotn. Adewale Sanni, has sought all stakeholders support towards complete eradication of polio in Nigeria and delivering on Rotary International’s mandate to ensure safe delivery and maternal health. Adewale who spoke during his investiture as the 18th Hope President of the club said there is the need to ensure the polio vaccines get to every part of the country. Said he, having not recorded any case of poliovirus in the last three years, Nigeria is on the verge of…

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Banire’s mother dies, buried

Alhaja Sarat Banire, mother of Chairman of Assets Management Corporation of Nigeria, AMCON, Dr Muiz Banire, SAN, on Friday night passed on at the age of 92. The remains of Alhaja Banire were interred at the Ebony Vault, Alagbon close, Ikoyi, Lagos at 2pm, today according to Islamic rites. The late matriarch of the Banire family is survived by relations and children including the AMCON Chairman, Dr Muiz Banire who was also a former National Legal Adviser of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC; Alhaja Raimot Ajoke Banire, Mr Ajibola…

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Obiano’s wife dazzles with N1m fancy sunshade

Ebelechukwu Obiano, the wife of Willie Obiano, Anambra state governor, caused a stir with a pair of luxury glasses she wore at a funeral. She wore the shades to the burial ceremony of the father of Allen Onyema, Air Peace Airline CEO, which held on Friday at St. Patrick Catholic Church in Mbosi, Ihiala, Anambra. The item, which has now been sold out, is a limited-edition Gucci sunglass laced with 1600 diamond crystals and valued at $2,755 (about N995, 932.50). According to the manufacturer,  the shades also come with an ivory…

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Duchess of Narcotics, Toyin Igbira dies of cancer

Popular Lagos socialite, Alhaja Monsurat Asabi (Ashabi) Oluwatoyin Oyemade Rufai Abraham aka Toyin Igbira, is dead.  She died in the early hours of Saturday, 20 July, 2019, at a private hospital in Surulere, Lagos, after a prolonged battle with ovarian cancer. She was aged 56. The gathered that Toyin Igbira was diagnosed with ovarian cancer almost ten years ago. Her search for a cure, saw her transversing between the United States and the United Kingdom, where she sought the best medical treatments. It was gathered that, after a while, Igbira’s…

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How I slept with my brother-in-law, woman tells court

A trader, Mrs Ajayi, 52, told an Igando Customary Court that she slept with her brother-in-law because she thought he was her husband. Ajayi’s husband, Akande, is seeking the dissolution of their 35-year marriage, accusing her of infidelity. ”I was in bed when my husband’s younger brother came to the house my husband rented for me. “I thought it was my husband who normally comes to the house at that particular time between 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. to play and sleep with me. “It was after he finished making…

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Fidelity Bank releases statement on trending video

Our attention has been drawn to a video currently trending online showing a man stealing a bag from our branch in Admiralty Way, Lekki. This unfortunate incident occurred on Monday, July 08, 2019. As a responsible corporate citizen, we are working closely with men and officers of the Nigerian Police Force (NPF) to ensure that the culprit is apprehended and brought to justice. The safety and protection of our customers and their valuables are of utmost importance to us. To this end, we have taken the necessary steps to improve security…

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Akeredolu to be installed Rotary District Governor tomorrow

Hope of a new life, devoid of life threaten ailments such as cervical cancer and Congenital Heart diseases beckon for the people of Lagos and Ogun States as Rotary International District 9110 has concluded plans to undertake a massive immunisation and surgery programmes to checkmate the spread of the two killer illnesses. The humanitarian organisation, according to Dr. Jide Akeredolu, its new District Governor, will also work to reduce Poverty among the peoples of the two states that made up District 9110. Dr. Akeredolu spoke at a Media Parley preceding…

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“Fatoyinbo didn’t wed us” -Timi Dakolo, says “I have never met or been in the same space with Biodun Fatoyinbo”

Busola’s husband and singer Timi Dakolo has debunked insinuations on the social media that pastor of the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly, Biodun Fatoyinbo, wedded he and Busola. Timi Dakolo’s wife, Busola had, in an interview with Y!Naija , accused Fatoyinbo of raping her on two occasions some 20 years ago. The rape allegation had set the social media aglow and had thrown up some controversies which the singer addressed on his verified Instagram page on Thursday. He wrote, “Desperate people do desperate things including ridiculous attempts at a smear campaign. So let…

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