FG DECLARES FRIDAY PUBLIC HOLIDAY EXCEPT FOR BANKERS

Now that the federal government has declared Friday 22nd as public holiday for preparation for those travelling for the election. I believe all is set for INEC come 23rd February for the presidential election. The federal government of Nigeria has declared Friday, February 22, 2019, as a public holiday, in preparation for the February 23 presidential and parliamentary elections. The ministry of interior via a statement on Wednesday, however, excluded bankers and those offering essential services across the nation. “Federal Government declares Friday 22, February 2019 as work-free day. Those…

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ASSISAT OSHOALA STEPS OUT WITH HER DAUGHTER, SEE PICS

Super Falcons attacker, Asisat Oshoala who now proudly plies her trade in Barcelona Spain shocked quite a number of her fans on social media when she revealed a full grown girl as her daughter. Asisat is 24 years of age and this has led to various speculations that the footballer was a victim of Child pregnancy before finding her foot in football. See more photos here – http://gistmore.com/nigerian-football-star-asisat-oshoala-shows-off-her-grown-up-daughter-pics Re: Asisat Oshoala Shows Off Her Daughter (Photo) by OgaGist: 2:41pm See more cute photos of her daughter here >>>http://gistmore.com/nigerian-football-star-asisat-oshoala-shows-off-her-grown-up-daughter-pics

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FG ORDERS PAYMENT OF WORKERS’ FEBRUARY SALARY

The Federal government has ordered the immediate payment of February salaries to all federal workers to cushion the effect of elections postponement. Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed told State House reporters at the end of today’s Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting, presided over by president Muhammadu Buhari. Lai said, “the payment of salaries started yesterday as against the 25th of every month to ease the challenges caused by elections postponement.” Recall that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) had, on Saturday, announced the postponement of the elections by a week,…

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OSHIOMHOLE ACCUSED OF HIJACKING INEC ADHOC LIST IN EDO

The National Chairman of the All Progressive Congress APC, Adams Oshiomhole, have been accused of hijacking the INEC Adhoc list in Auchi, following an outburst yesterday, in Edo State. This is coming after Peoples’ Democratic Party, PDP, accused the All Progressives Congress, APC, of being in total control of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC. According to a twitter user who shared a video of the outburst, he wrote; This happened around Auchi, Edo state yesterday. I was told Oshiomole hijacked the list of INEC adhoc staff and was replacing…

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MAN WHO TREKKED FROM LAGOS TO ABUJA FOR BUHARI NOW TREKS WITH APC COFFIN, SEE PIX

The Man who trekked from Lagos to Abuja to celebrate Buhari’s victory 4years ago, has been seen trekking to Abuja again with APC casket. The angry Nigerian man says he’s trekking to Abuja to Bury the casket inside Aso Rock Mortuary, because the youth of the country are very disappointed in the present Buhari-led Government. Watch the video: Source: https://www.mediahelm.com.ng/2019/02/man-who-trekked-to-celebrate-buhari.html Re: Man who trekked to celebrate Buhari victory, treks to Abuja with APC casket by MediaLife: 2:27pm Watch the video here Lalasticlala

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OLAJUMOKE ORISAGUNA, BREADSELLER TURNED MODEL FALL INTO BAD TIMES, HOME THREATENED

The fairy tale rise-to- fame of Olajumoke Orisaguna in 2016 inspired millions of Nigerians, captured the interest of international media and served as a prayer point for many who desired such overnight transformation. Olajumoke became the modern-day Nigerian Cinderella when she accidentally strayed into a photo shoot helmed by TY Bello, a Nigerian singer/photographer, while hawking bread on Olonode Street, Yaba, Lagos. Following her accidental encounter with the photo shoot, TY Bello and Azuka Ogujiuba, a former senior reporter with THISDAY Style, collaborated to make a model and celebrity out…

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BUHARI’S MAIN MAN, OTHERS DEFECT TO PDP IN SOKOTO

Buhari’s Man, Others Defect To PDP BARELY three days to the rescheduled general elections, the Sokoto state chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party has made a big catch into its fold as Alhaji Sani Muhammad Gobirawa, Northwest Zonal Vice President of the Nigerian Union of Pensioners and top notch of the Buhari Support Organisation(BSO) “Buhari Sak” in Sokoto defects from APC. Gobirawa who currently is at the vanguard as Vice Chairman of the Aminu Waziri Tambuwal(AMATA) Support Group exclusively told The Nation in Sokoto Wednesday that his defection along with…

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UI SCHOOL HIJAB SAGA: COURT FIXES MARCH 22 FOR REPORT ON SETTLEMENT

An Oyo State High Court in Ibadan, on Wednesday, fixed March 22 for report of settlement in a suit filed by parents of some female Muslim students of University of Ibadan International School Ibadan over denial on use of Hijabs. The News Agency of Nigeria reports that parents of the Muslim students of ISI, filed a suit on behalf of their wards, alleging violation of fundamental human rights. Other respondents in the suit are; the University of Ibadan, School Principal, Mrs Phebean Olowe, Chairman, Board of Governors, Prof. Abideen Aderinto and Deputy…

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AGAIN APPEAL COURT SHIFT RULING ON ONNOGHEN’S APPEAL TILL FEBRUARY 27

Ade Adesomoju, Abuja The Court of Appeal in Abuja on Wednesday adjourned till February 27 four appeals filed by the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Walter Onnoghen, in connection with his trial before the Code of Conduct Tribunal as well as the tribunal’s order for his suspension. It was the third  successive adjournment the case had suffered since February 12. On February 12, the cases were adjourned due to the inability of the three-man panel of the court led by Justice Abdul Aboki to form a quorum. At the court’s…

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PRESIDENCY PUTS FOREIGN EMBASSIES UNDER WATCH OVER UNDERCOVER MONITORING OF ELECTIONS

Abuja – The Federal Government may have put embassies and diplomats under surveillance over its suspicion that they are interfering in election matters in the country. Daily Independent learnt that the government’s action would be in reaction to the suspicion that these diplomats may have brought in some sophisticated equipment meant for election monitoring and installed them in their embassies. According to the source, the Federal Government believes the equipment would be used for the forthcoming election. The government’s response, according to highly placed sources, may define the country’s relationship…

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