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Author Archives: Adewale Olayemi

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Osun SSG Tests Positive for Covid-19

Osun SSG Tests Positive for Covid-19

The Secretary to the Government of Osun State, Wole Oyebamiji, has tested positive for Covid-19. The confirmation of his status came from Dr. Rafiu Isamotu, Commissioner for Health, Osun state, on Tuesday. Isamotu also stated that 10 new cases of Covid-19 have been discovered, while one patient who has been receiving treatment but tested negative

Bloodletting is Bad Omen for Nigeria – Anglican Bishop

President Muhammadu Buhari and other leaders in the country have been tasked to urgently put a stop to the shedding of blood of innocent citizens across the country. Rt.Reverend Ebenezer Okuyelu, Bishop of Osun North-East [Anglican Communion] gave the charge at the 10th anniversary of the inauguration of the Diocese held at the Diocesan Headquarters

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Why Nothing Good Can Come Out of 1999 Constitution

Bisi Akande, a former governor of Osun State and the founding chairman of the ruling All Progressive Congress in this encounter at his Ila Orangun country home in Osun State, speaks with Adewale Olayemi, on the monetization of politics, the Electoral Act 2010, the rising fad of get-rich-quick among the youths, the problem of internal security

Vote Buying in Mushin

Cash and Carry Votes in Osun

Aftermath of a scary pre-election violence in some parts of the state, Osun people trooped out in their numbers to exercise their voting rights on Saturday 23rd February, 2019. Before Saturday’s vote, there has been apprehension on voters turnout given the outbreak of violence between the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, and the Peoples’ Democratic

Report from Osun State

Report from Osun State

The weather in Imesi Ile in Osun State this morning was very pleasant. INEC officials were on the ground as early as 7.30am. Accreditation and voting started at exactly 8 am. They were done simultaneously without any stress. The card readers worked seamlessly. No issues were recorded in any of the eight polling units in

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