Monthly Archives: May 2019

Governor Amosun Accused Of Trying To Sabotage Dapo Abiodun’s inauguration

The inauguration of Ogun State governor-elect, Dapo Abiodun, is already facing some major challenges, as insiders in Abiodun’s camp are alleging that the incumbent governor, Amosun is doing everything possible to sabotage the event. One Mr SF Emmanuel Ojo, a member of Abiodun’s Org posted on Facebook On the pretext of road construction, Senator Ibikunle Amosun not only completely closed

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Bill Gates Suggests You Read These Five Books This Summer

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates released his annual summer reading list Monday, but warned that the written works are not a “light read.” Gates, 63, suggested Graeme Simsion’s “The Rosie Result” for those looking for a “typical summer book.” He also suggested his wife Melinda’s book, “The Moment of Lift.” “I know I’m biased, but it’s one of the best books I’ve

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At Last Justice Bulkachuwa Bows To Pressure, Withdraws From Presidential Election Petition Tribunal

The President of the Court of Appeal, Justice Zainab Bulkachuwa, who has been under severe pressure to recuse from the ongoing presidential election petition tribunal, based on her close affiliation to the ruling APC party, had bowed to pressure as she withdrew as a member of the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal on Wednesday. Bulkachuwa has been accused of likelihood of

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Hurray! Two Nigerian Authors Make The 2019 Caine Prize Shortlist

Two Nigerian writers, Lesley Arimah and Tochukwu Okafor have been shortlisted for the 2019 Caine Prize for African Writing for July. The shortlisted persons were announced on May 20 and the competition is to feature stories that tackle “the ordinary in an extraordinary manner”. The story will also feature the celebration of the diversity of the African short-story writing tradition,

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