Public Lecture jointly organised by the State Government of Osun and Coalition of Civil Society in the State to commemorate the June 12 Democracy Day

At the Public Lecture jointly organised by the State Government of Osun and Coalition of Civil Society in the State to commemorate the June 12 Democracy Day, I noted that nationhood and democracy rest on strong institutions, equity, justice, political will and fairness, and that the absence of these kernels …

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Why I Made June 12 Democracy Day – Buhari

The President Muhammadu Buhari said his decision to change the nation’s Democracy Day from May 29 to June 12 was not about the sacrifices of those who fought to enthrone democracy alone. This was revealed to Newsmen in a national broadcast by Buhari to Nigerians to mark the 2021 Democracy …

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OJUMU LAUDED GOVERNOR GBOYEGA OYETOLA AS STATE OF OSUN HOSTED “2021 WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY” IN THE STATE CAPITAL, OSOGBO

Dr. Desmond Oludare Ojumu, a chieftain of All Progressives Congress (APC), from Oriade Local Government of IjesaNorth Federal Constituency, State of Osun commends the Governor of the State, Alhaji Gboyega Oyetola has the Nation 2021 World Envirinment Day held in State of Osun at the state capital Osogbo. Dr. Desmond …

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My directive to shoot criminals with AK-47 stands – Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday declared his support for the Nigeria Police Force and expressed his intolerance for all criminal activities in Lagos State and the entire country. Buhari spoke at the Police College, Ikeja, during the inauguration of security vehicles and crime-fighting equipment bought by the Lagos State Governor, …

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South Africa enters third wave of COVID-19

South Africa has officially entered its third wave of coronavirus infections, health authorities said, with rising caseloads and a sluggish vaccine rollout fuelling fears of fresh strain on the health system. “South Africa technically entered the 3rd wave today as the national 7-day moving average incidence (5959 cases) now exceeds …

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