Unconfirmed reports claim that yesterday, Monday, January 25, dead bodies buried in shallow graves inside the foundation of a building suspected to be a church under construction in Enugu.
Tuesday, 26 January 2016
Congratulations are in order for Wizkid as he is truly now a new dad for the second time.
Yesterday, social media users were taken by surprise when news made the rounds that Wizkid fathered a child with Guinean-American vixen, Blue Diamond (real name Binta Diamond).
Although Wizkid is yet to release an official statement on this, Bellanaija is reporting that the Star Boy camp confirmed the news when they were reached for comment.
They also revealed Wizkid’s relationship with Tania Omotayo ended a while ago adding that the duo agreed to remain ‘civil’ to each other.
Apparently, his ‘T baby forever’ tweet a while ago was him trying to patch things up.
There have been various reports circulating online about Mercy Johnson’s husband Prince Odi Okojie and his desire to run for elective office in the forthcoming elections in Edo State. Particularly the Deputy Governor Position.
Without denying his interest in the said position, Okojie confirmed his availability for the position if chosen by party leaders since the position is not contestable. He made this known in a recent statement. See it below:
“My attention has been drawn to various campaigns on-going online about the upcoming election in Edo State later this year. The campaign mainly by young people (youths) and students from Edo State and my local government, is that I should vie for the position of Deputy Governor in the state. This is based on the premise that since the party zoned deputy governorship slot to Edo Central where I am originally from, I should represent various interests in the area.
This is a gesture I appreciate; it is a good thing for people to recognise your good work and want you to serve especially when one has been supportive without being in government.
I want to make it clear that the position of deputy governorship is not a position one campaigns for, the party leaders alongside members chose who flies the party’s ticket alongside the governorship candidate. However, I am available to serve in whatever capacity the party wants me to serve. I am a loyal party member.
Most importantly, the people of Edo State deserve much more than what they are getting from the present government.
Good governance is not what is seen on the pages of newspapers, good governance reflects in the lives of the governed. People of Edo State can testify themselves if they have gotten the best from the present government. The people know they got the wrong end of the stick. Good governance is not PR, it is value-adding.
In whatever way things swing in Edo State, I am an interested stakeholder in the happenings in my state and a visionary individual who believes good leadership coupled with youthfulness can turn the whole of Nigeria and Edo State around without unnecessary noise.
I will continue to engage relevant stakeholders in Edo State regarding this matter.
I once again appreciate the various youth associations, students union, all the higher institutions in Edo State and women who want me to show interest in the upcoming election.
I will continue to help my people with or without political power as I have always done without being in government. I believe in the popular saying that, ‘ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country.”
The Environmental Health Officers Association of Nigeria (EHOAN), Lagos State Chapter, on Monday said that it had killed 4,400 rats at six major markets in the state under its ‘de-rat market programme.’ Its president, Mr Samuel Akingbehin, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that his association carried out the exercise at Onigongbo, Oshodi , Oke-Odo,Ikotun Idanwo, Ojuwoye and Mile 12 Markets. He said that de-rating the markets was part of the association’s efforts to curb the spread of Lassa fever in the state.
“The exercise is strategic in our effort toward the prevention of communicable diseases,’’ he said. It was gathered that this was part of efforts by the public and relevant agencies to de-rat markets that were the causes of the Lassa fever that had broken out in many states. Akingbehin appealed to traders from across the state to show understanding toward the efforts of the association to rid the markets of rats and rodents. He said that the plan was to de-rat markets in one local government area per day starting from 5p.m.‘‘The association decided on this time to allow traders and buyers transact their legitimate businesses. We also decided to put the exercise in the evening due to the nocturnal nature of rodents and our members had recorded successes in the markets visited till date. It took us about three hours to cover the Oshodi market when our members went there for the exercise,’’ he said.