By Nofisat Marindoti
A group within the State of Osun chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC)-Osun All Progressives Youth Forum (OAPYF) led by Comrade Olateju Olorungbebe on Saturday began town Hall meetings in all the eleven Federal constituencies across the state.
By Nofisat Marindoti
A group within the All Progressives Congress (APC), State of Osun chapter-Osun All Progressives Youth Forum (OAPYF) led by Comrade Olateju Olorungbebe on Sunday, implored the youths of the State, especially those who have not registered, to ensure they register with the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC and secure their Permanent Voters’ Cards which would enable them exercise their franchise in the coming governorship election.
Piqued at their exclusion from politics that produces leaders for top public offices, the nation’s youths have moved against old politicians. To the youths, their future is being mortgaged by the old leaders who have refused to quit the stage for them to take a shot at governance. According to the GUARDIAN, they lament that under these old leaders, the economy has remained in poverty, unemployment and security of life and property cannot be guaranteed.
A socio-cultural group, Ijesa People in the Diaspora has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to wade into the ongoing dispute between the Minister of Health, Prof Isaac Adewole and the reinstated NHIS boss, Prof Usman Yusuf before it degenerates into a life threatening escapade for the minister.In a statement by the Chairman, Board of Trustees of the group, High Chief Bobaseye Fasakin in Lagos, the manner of the NHIS Executive Secretary’s dismissal and onward recall to his office by the President has breeded
The State government of Osun would fulfill its promises to the civil servants as their interest has been captured in the 2018 appropriation bill under consideration in the House of Assembly.Chairman, House Committee on Finance and Appropriation, Hon. Kamil Oyedele gave the assurance at the ongoing Budget
Commissioner for Special Duties, Honourable Mudasir Toogun said, “the problem with the cattle colony is in the name itself, no one in Africa will hear the name and it will not send fear down their spine.“Actually the intention behind it is not to colonise any place, rather it is ‘cattle ranches’. Cattle ranches are a good business and it would provide and create more jobs; the government alone could not foot the bill of these ranches, hence, the need for the industrialists to come and grow feeds for the ranches”.“Hardly can
A herd of cattle strayed onto the runway of Akure Airport this morning, preventing an Air Peace flight from Lagos from landing.The Corporate Communications Manager of Air Peace, Mr Chris Iwarah, confirmed the incident, saying “Flight P4 7002 from Lagos had to delay landing into Akure Airport on Saturday when the pilot-in-command sighted cows on the runway at about 12.15pm.“On being alerted by control tower, aviation security personnel of the FAAN (FAAN AVSEC) quickly intervened and cleared the runway.“The flight was