The disclosure by the Chairman of Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Professor Mahmood Yakubu that the commission is currently involved in over 1,600 court cases arising from the February/March 2019 general elections has attracted scathing remarks from some Nigerians.
Pursuant to the earlier public statement by the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) and the Joint Tax Board (JTB) that they would begin a clampdown on tricycles and motorcycles without number plates and riders without class ‘A’ licence from October 2, 2019, the FRSC has commenced full enforcement of the policy. According to the agency, it…
Some passengers, including the driver of a commercial 18- seater bus, have been reportedly abducted along Otan-Imesi Ile Road, Osun state. The Guardian learnt that the incident happened on Sunday around 5pm at Ajeoku Junction on Otan-Imesi Ile expressway. The occupants of the commercial bus were said to be travelling from Osogbo to Abuja…
Chairman, Senate Committee on Legislative Compliance, Aderele Adeyemi Oriolowo (Osun West) yesterday said the Senate will build a better Nigeria through discipline and utilisation of local human and natural resources, especially in government’s ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs).
The Osun Government on Thursday declared Friday, Aug. 30, as a public holiday to commemorate the Islamic New Year, Hijra 1441 AH. The state government made the announcement in Osogbo in a statement signed by Mr. Adebisi Obawale, a Supervisor in the state Ministry of Home Affairs.
A former governor of Osun, Rauf Aregbesola, has hinged the leadership woes in Nigeria on failure at the family level. Aregbesola spoke on Saturday at the seventh edition of the Youth Leadership Summit organised by the students' executives of the University of Ilorin.
Governor Gboyega Oyetola of Osun on Tuesday presented N1.13 billion bond certificates to 189 retirees as their retirement packages. Oyetola, while presenting the bond certificates in Osogbo, said the sum of N474, 753,13 would be shared among 105 retired local government employees, while N538,696,783 would be shared among 84 retired primary school teachers.