Activist under fire for suing Sam Adeyemi, Davido, 48 others

Activist under fire for suing Sam Adeyemi, Davido, 48 others

An activist, Kenechukwu Okeke, has come under fire for dragging Sam Adeyemi, Davido,48 others before a Chief Magistrates’ Court in Abuja over their alleged roles in last month’s #EndSARS protests. Activist alleged that during the protest, his properties were destroyed and that the defendants, who promoted the #EndSARS protests, must be brought to justice. The defendants in the suit include Senior Pastor, Daystar Christian Centre, Pastor Sam Adeyemi; activist, Aisha Yesufu; ex-Super Eagles legend, Kanu Nwankwo; a former Director-General of Bureau for Public Sector Reform, Dr. Joe Abah; a journalist,…

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Man drags wife to court, seeking divorce for indecent dressing

Man drags wife to court, seeking divorce for indecent dressing

An accountant, Rowland Ogunebo, on Thursday dragged his wife, Blessing before an Ile-Tuntun Customary Court in Ibadan, seeking divorce on grounds of indecent dressing and adultery. Testifying, Ogunebo, who resides in Kasumu Estate, in Ibadan said:” I can no longer live with Blessing. She has no regard for any of my family members. “She does not dress like a married and responsible housewife. She wears mini-skirts and other skimpy dresses. “Whenever I asked her to change, she rains insults on me,” he said. He alleged that Blessing is ill-tempered. However,…

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Lagos: mobile court orders forfeiture of 31 vehicles

Lagos: mobile court orders forfeiture of 31 vehicles

The Lagos State Mobile Court has ordered forfeiture of 31vehicles to the state government for driving against traffic (one-way) thereby contravening the State Traffic Law. The Court gave the judgment on Wednesday after the 31 defendants, who drove the vehicles, pleaded guilty to the ‘one-way’ traffic offence charged against them. According to the court: “The arraigned 31 drivers were charged for driving in the direction prohibited by Law (One-way) punishable under Part (III) item 27 of the ‘Lagos State Transport Sector Reformed Law of 2018 and have been penalized accordingly”.…

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Benue loses commissioner

Benue loses commissioner

The newly appointed Benue Commissioner for Health and Human service, Dr Emmanuel Ikwulono, is dead. Commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism, Ngunan Addingi, confirmed this in a statement on Wednesday evening. He said Ikwulono died after a brief illness. She said detail of burial arrangement would be announced soon. The late Commissioner was appointed three months after resignation of his predecessor under controversial circumstances. Read Also: Benue State Strange Illness Kills Three In Okpeilo Otukpa Community

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Education, entertainment vital for pupils

Education, entertainment vital for pupils

The founder of Hot Ticket Productions, Blessing Amidu, has  reiterated the importance  of education and entertainment (Edutainment) for children during and after the Coronavirus pandemic. This, she said, led to the production of the first feature-length cartoon movie to enable children to  learn the country’s history which  would be released next month. “This year has been a tough one for the world. Families and students have had to deal with a global pandemic, economic challenges,  civil unrests, and educational challenges, among others. “However, the biggest form of schooling during the…

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The Different Types of Manure and How they Work

The Different Types of Manure and How they Work

Today we are going to be discussing about the Different types of manure and how they work. Manure can be mainly grouped as farmyard manure, green manure, and compost manure. Different types of manure contain 26% solid. The solid portion and liquid portions are segregated/broken/loosened and the solids are used for bedding. The carbon content and other elements can be used to generate different biofuels. Manure contains a large number of fibers. The undigested animal feed, straw, sawdust, and other bedding contains a lot of fiber. The followings are some…

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Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe Dies

Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe Dies

The Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe has died at the age of 74. The serial killer was serving a whole life term for murdering 13 women across Yorkshire and north-west England. His first victim’s son, who was five when his mother was killed in 1975, said Sutcliffe’s death would bring “some kind of closure”. The former lorry driver, from Bradford, died in hospital where he is said to have refused treatment for Covid-19. He also had other health problems. Sutcliffe, who was also found guilty of the attempted murder of seven…

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