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Sen. Adeola……We must not go back to the era of PDP’s looting.



Sen. Solomon Adeola (APC-Lagos West) on Wednesday urged Nigerians to vote the All Progressives Congress(APC) top to bottom for the delivery of more democratic dividends.

The senator urged his constituents and citizens in general to reject the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) at the polls.

He claimed the 16 years of PDP was characterised by treasury looting and bad governance, saying never again should Nigeria return to the era of looting.

Adeola counseled the electorate to vote right, not to sell their votes to those he said took the country backwards while in government.


The Senator said he was glad that the people of his constituency were feeling his impact as their representative at the Senate.

Adeola said in spite of the fact that he was representing a largely populated constituency, he had impacted on people from all parts of the area.

He pointed out that Lagos West was the most populated in the country and that no part of the constituency had complained of neglect in spite of receiving same dues as senators representing much smaller constituencies in the country.

I represent half of Lagos State in terms of the Local Government Areas in the constitution.

In terms of Local Government Areas and Local Council Development Authorities (LCDA) of 57 in Lagos State, I cover 28 LGAs/LCDAs.

And as we all know each of the senatorial districts is entitled to the same dues, thereby placing Lagos West at a disadvantage in terms of the number of constituents I am able to impact upon directly.

But I am not lacking in what I do for my constituents as I have empowered thousands with various income generating equipment as well as training, he said.

Adeola, who is Chairman, Senate Committee on Local Content, said he had embarked on many empowerment programmes and had supported interest and religious groups to ease the running of their activities

He appealed to the people of the constituency to continue to believe in him and the APC for more development projects and programmes in the area.

Adeola had embarked on a street-to-street campaign of the area before a meeting with stakeholders in Ikeja.

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Bandits attack police formation, kill 13 officers in Zamfara



Armed men suspected to be bandits have attacked the Kurar Mota community in Bungudu Local Government Area of Zamfara State, killing at least 13 police officers

We gathered that the incident occured on Sunday when the assailants invaded a police formation and gunned down officers on duty.

A residents who identified himself as Kabir Dansada, told Daily Trust that the armed men had earlier attempted to invade Magami, a community located 50km south of Gusau, the state capital, but were repelled by soldiers.

“They withdrew after they were overpowered by the soldiers there. They then rode to a community along Magami – Dankurmi – Dangulbi road and killed one person and torched four shops.”

“Thereafter, they moved to Kurar Mota community and attacked the police formation near the township clinic. The criminals then dashed into the forest”

“The slain officers and the injured ones were conveyed to Gusau in a convoy of police vehicles this afternoon. I saw several police vehicles move towards the area,” he said.

When contacted by our correspondent, the state’s Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, SP Muhammad Shehu said he would inquire and revert.


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Clean smelly Lagos gutters, stop making noise – Deji Adeyanju rebukes Joe Igbokwe



Deji Adeyanju, an Abuja-based human rights activist, has berated Joe Igbokwe, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, APC, over his recent comments on social media.

Adeyanju said Igbokwe who should be cleaning smelly gutters in Lagos State is making noise on social media.

Igbokwe, who is the Special Adviser on Drainage and Water Resources to the Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has been very outspoken on social media lately.

The APC chieftain celebrated the rearrest of Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB.

He had explained that Kanu once asked IPOB members to kill him and his family members.

The governor’s aide also rebuked Kanu’s style of agitation, stressing that the IPOB leader never witnessed the Biafra civil.

Igbokwe further stressed that the Nigerian government has enough evidence to convict the embattled IPOB leader.

However, Adeyanju, in a tweet wrote: “Joe Igbokwe who should be busy cleaning smelly gutters in Lagos is still on Facebook making noise.”

Meanwhile, we observed that Lagos State has witnessed serious flooding due to rain fall and bad drainage management.


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Cultism: Four arrested during cult supremacy battle in Ogun



Four persons, who the police said are members of dreaded cult groups, were on Saturday arrested during a supremacy battle in Ogun State.

Police said the supremacy battle led to a gun duel between Aye and Eiye confraternities in the Atan-Ota area of Ogun.

The suspects, according to the Ogun Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, were identified as Olusegun Owoola (26), Gbenga Akinkade (34), Jinadu Waliu (30) and Sanni Hammed (27)

Oyeyemi informed us that they were arrested following a distress call received by the DPO of Atan Ota division, CSP Abolade Oladigbolu at about 4am on Saturday.

The two groups were said to have gone on a rampage at the Hotel road area of Atan, shooting sporadically.

The DPO had mobilized his men to the scene “where they met the two groups engaging themselves in a serious gun battle.”

According to Oyeyemi, “the police engaged the hoodlums and subsequently subdued them”, leading to the arrest of four of them.

Items recovered from them are a locally-made pistol, three live cartridges, two knives, an iron rod and assorted criminal charms.

Meanwhile, the Commissioner of Police, Edward Ajogun has directed that the case be transferred to the anti-cultism section of the State CIID for investigation.

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