In Osun FSARS officer kills young man, mob burns down police station

An officer of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (FSARS) has killed a young man in Iwo, Osun State on Thursday, August 23, 2018.

Victim who was allegedly killed by FSARS officer(Pulse)

According to a Pulse Eyewitness, the victim, identified as Babatunde Nafiu Ayodele, was killed on his way back from a Sallah party while he was waiting for a commercial motorcycle to take him home.
The FSARS officer that allegedly killed the victim is identified simply as Lukmon.


FSARS officer, identified as Lukmon, allegedly responsible for killing the young man
According to a report by The Punch, Ayodele’s death triggered a mob made up of youths in Olupona, where the
police station in the town on fire.

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Unpaid Salary: Ekiti workers enforce strike , storm Secretariat with cudgels, – MainNews.Blog

Dissatisfied with the non-payment of over five months salaries Ekiti state workers yesterday stormed the State Secretariat in Ado-Ekiti and chased away their colleagues who resumed from the Sallah holiday.

The workers led by the former Chairmen of Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, Comrade Ayodeji Aluko and his counterpart in Trade Union Congress, TUC, Comrade Kolawole Olaiya, accused the government of deceit over its commitment to defray between six and ten months outstanding salaries being owed it workers.

The former labour leaders under the name “Ekiti Workers Rescue Team”, who began the protest at about 8.25am addressed the workers in front of the secretariat, where they ordered their members to leave their offices and begin an indefinite strike.

They said it was wrong for Governor Ayodele Fayose, who accused former Governor Kayode Fayemi of insensitivity for owing one month salary in 2014 to have betrayed the trust and confidence the workers reposed in him that earned him victory in 2014.

The Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees, NULGE, in a statement by its State President, Bunmi Ajimoko had earlier told his staff of their third tier across Ekiti to begin a strike yesterday, but was later called off due to undisclosed circumstances.

The workers also dissolved the state executives of the NLC and TUC, headed by Comrades Ade Adesanmi and Odunayo Adesoye respectively, alleging that they have become passive and shying away from carrying out their responsibilities as labour leaders.

The leaders had hardly ended their speeches when the workers stormed the offices and started chasing away their members with cudgels. They observed a minute silence in honour of their members who had died due to financial incapacitation engendered by epileptic salary payment.

In his address to the workers, Aluko said: “Today, we are dissolving the executives of NLC and TUC in Ekiti and they stand dissolved, because their leaders, Ade Adesanmi and Odunayo Adesoye have lost their values. They are no longer talking about the welfare of the workers they were expected to defend.

“We decided not to do this protest before election, so that they won’t read political meanings to it. Workers have died, just because they are not paid. In 2014, Governor Fayose said any governor who owed justa month salary because he is building infrastructure doesn’t worth being a governor.

“Today, the governor owes pensioners ten months, LG workers eight months and civil servants and teachers are owed six months. We are not fighting Governor Fayose but he must pay the workers.

“Shortly after the election, Fayose quickly paid six month salaries and furniture allowances of political office holders, then what becomes of our teeming workers?

“It was sad that Adesanmi and Adesoye decided to give Fayemi three months moratorium to pay workers when assumed office, when they were practically doing nothing to ensure that Governor Fayose doesn’t leave office a debtor governor as he promised.

“We hereby declare indefinite strike commencing from today and only the national secretariats of both TUC and NLC can negotiate on our behalf, because we no longer trust the State leaderships of the two congresses”, he said.

In another leaflet circulated by the workers under the aegis of Ekiti workers Rescue Team, they accused the labour leaders of getting a sum of N14 million as mobilization from Governor Fayose to enlist their backing for the July 14 governorship election.

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“See How Vice President Osinbajo Watched Nigeria’s Match Despite Busy Schedule. (Photo) Main 2018/06/22 19:26 PM

Vice president, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo ensured he didn’t miss the crunch World Cup match between Nigeria and Iceland at the Volgograd Arena on Friday. Despite his busy schedule, the vice president watched the match from his mobile phone while in transit between events in Lagos.

A brace from Ahmed Musa helped Nigeria to a 2-0 victory over Iceland.

Nigeria held on to the two-goal lead to accumulate three points from two games in the group.” – See How Vice President Osinbajo Watched Nigeria’s Match Despite Busy Schedule.


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Amnesty coordinator denies non-payment of school fees Jun 17, 2018 2:15 AM


Prof. Charles Quaker DokuThe Coordinator, Presidential Amnesty Programme, Prof. Charles Dokubo, has refuted allegations that school fees have not been paid to some beneficiaries.

Fielding questions at the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) Forum in Abuja, Dokubo explained that persons alleging they had not been paid either came into the programme through the “back door” or had personally decided to extend their degree programmes.

He said: “There is no other stipend that has not been paid. Anything you hear about, sometimes, it is either people have been misinformed. We have a record in our office on those who are on stipends. Others went into the programme through the back door.

“If I identify those who came in through the back door, most times, I don’t pay them because it is eating deep into the budget. Although sometimes, I have a conscience because I say (to myself that) these people are Niger Deltans, how can we send our children out into the streets?

“But we have to look at ways we can manage it, so it does not eat deep into our budget, and yet manage them because they are from the Niger Delta. Furthermore, there is also that idea that after your first degree, you want to continue to do a Masters’ degree while you were just sent there to do a first degree. You go and register yourself and then go on protesting that the amnesty is not paying your money.

“Everything that those who complain and protest say, we have to take with a bucket of salt, because amnesty cannot send their students and refuse to pay their school fees.”

Dokubo said since he was appointed, he has tried to pay most of the outstanding backlog. He stressed that payment of stipend is an important factor in maintaining peace and security in the region.

The professor noted that people saw the stipend as an entitlement. “If you have been empowered, given a job and been trained, you have to disengage from the programmme. That is what I am trying to do, and I believe I will l do that with the support of the staff I have in my office.”

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Breaking: Egbesubiri Election, Ekpemeji Ekorimo Win The Election For The Position Of “Wuru Tuwawei” To The King

Today day 11th of June 2018 marked the historical day that has not been forget of all the successful election that conducted in Arogbo in ESE Odo local governed area in Ondo State,Nigeria.

The election was said to be conducted by only male and the Females where deprived for there right to vote and to be voted for in the election also “Opu Erubiri” was excluded out of Egbesubiri.

According to the elders of Egbesubiri opined that Opu Erubiri is part of Erubiri not Egbesubiri.

Finally Ekpemeji emerged as the winner of the election with 163 votes out of 266 and the second runner got 064, the third runner got 028, the final loser got 021 Votes as showed by the election result.

The Egbesubiri asserted that the title of “Wuru Tuwawei” is not a title of one family and it has been noted and the winner of the election is said to be signed a document with lawyers on it.

Every contestant is said to buy the election ticket with a sum of #5000 ( Five thousands naira) and one Eagle schenapp for him to quality for the election. And the winner of the contestant s will paid a sum of #50,000 ( Fifty thousands naira and paid the refreshment.

The chairman of the election Mr, Birinimibofa Emotimi E signed the result immediately after the election and also signed by secretary Atilagha Karamini and all the contestants.

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Pere Jay West and Epu Boys, Arogbo

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President Buhari Has Approved Mr Falashodun Adebisi Shonubi As Deputy Governor Of Central Bank Of Nigeria (CBN)

President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the nomination of Mr Folashodun Adebisi Shonubi as Deputy Governor at the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) subject to Senate confirmation.

Malam Garba Shehu, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, made this known in a statement in Abuja on Friday.

Shonubi is currently the Managing Director of the Nigeria Inter-Bank Settlement System Plc (NIBSS) – the financial payments, facilitation and settlement platform.

NIBSS has been instrumental to the growth in electronic payments in the Nigerian financial industry.

Before assuming the headship of NIBBS in 2012, Shonubi had garnered decades of executive-level experience in financial service operations, notably as Executive Director at Union Bank of Nigeria Plc, Renaissance Securities Nigeria Ltd and Ecobank Nigeria Plc.

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