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100 Days In Office! Odi-Olowo/Ojuwoye LCDA Boss, Hon. Razaq Ajala Celebrates ‘My Community, My Pride’

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The Council Chairman of Odi-Olowo/Ojuwoye LCDA, Lagos, Hon. Razaq Olusola Ajala, on the 14th of December 2018 celebrated the 100 days of his administration in office at an event tagged ‘My Community, My Pride’.

At the event which was held at the council premises, Ajala said the vision of his administration is simply “Common Pole for Common Benefits”.

Ajala went on to say that he is delighted to have been chosen by the people for the office and every promise he has made, he is already fulfilling and will yet fulfill.

Continuing, he highlighted his notable deeds within 365 days in office in six major categories

Works & Infrastructure: Four rooms for the use of staff, Drainage Project in different streets, Reconstruction of Roads in different streets. Rehabilitation of Different Roads like Abiodun Street, Kumuyi Street, Fafolu Street, and several others…

Humanitarian: Construction of Boreholes and 135 Generators distributed alongside, Complete Renovation of the Council Entrance and so on..

Security: Procurement of Three Buses for the Police Force.

Medical Mission: Health Screening, Consultation & Treatments, Antenatal, and Postnatal Care and lots more…

Agric & Social Services: Celebration & Sales of Ileya Ram at Subsidized Rates, Boxing Tournament etc…

Educational Sector: Transportation of 1500 students to their common entrance venue, Renovation of Classrooms in all the 27 public primary schools in the LCDA.

Ajala further mentioned the plan to assist the Traders within that community with Five Million Naira which will be in line with the Trader Money conducted by the Federal Government, but theirs will be called “Trade Assistant Program”.

Hon. Rasaq Ajala seized the occasion to Appeal to the people of Odi-Olowo/Ojuwoye LCDA to take ownership by performing their social contract through payment of taxes, levies and all other social responsibilities within the Local Government.

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BREAKING: Buhari Release 43-Man Ministerial List, Nominates Fashola, Amaechi, Aregbesola, Akpabio, Keyamo, Saraki, Others [ See List]

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President Muhammadu Buhari has finally forwarded the list of ministerial nominees to Senate for confirmation.

There are 43 nominees by the President.

On the list announced by Senate President Ahmed Lawan during plenary on Tuesday morning are former ministers Babatunde Fashola, Rotimi Amaechi, Ogbonnaya Onu, Geoffrey Onyeama, Lai Mohammed and Chris Ngige.

Also on the list are former Osun Governor, Rauf Aregbesola, former Benue Governor George Akume, former Bayelsa State Governor Timipre Sylva and former Akwa Ibom State Governor, Senator Godswill Akpabio.

Senator Gbemisola Saraki
Mohammed Musa Bello
Senator Godswill Akpabio
Chris Ngige
Sharon Ikpeazu
Adamu Adamu
Ambassador Maryam Katagun
Timipre Sylva
Senator George Akume
Mustapha Baba Shehuri
Festus Keyamo
Clement Ike
Richard Adeniyi Adebayo
Geoffrey Onyeama
Ali Pantami
Emeka Nwajubo
Suleiman Adamu
Zainab Ahamed
Muhammad Mahmood
Sabo Nano
Hadi Sirika
Abubakar Malami
Rahmatu Tijjani
Lai Mohammed
Olorunnibe Mamora
Babatunde Fashola SAN
Mohammed H. Abdullahi
Zubair Dada
Tayo Alasoadura
Rauf Aregbesola
Sunday Dare
Paullen Talen
Rotimi Amaechi
Sale Mamman
Abubakar D. Aliyu
Sadiya Umar Faruk
Ikechukwu Ogar

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BREAKING: Senate In Closed Session Over Buhari’s 42-Man Ministerial List

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The Senate on Tuesday went in an emergency closed session a few minutes after the plenary was declared open by the President of the Senate, Ahmed Lawan, with an opening prayer.

The executive session may not be unconnected with the ministerial nominees’ list which the President has reportedly sent to the Senate.

An online news platform, The Cable, had earlier reported that President Buhari already sent a list of 42 ministerial nominees to the Nigerian Senate.

Buhari was said to have nominated one person per geo-political zone, bringing the total to 42, unlike his first term where he appointed only 36 ministers.

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Fatoyinbo vs Dakolos: IGP Orders Case Transferred To Lagos For Thorough Investigation

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The Nigeria Police Force has ordered the transfer of the ongoing rape allegation case by Busola Dakolo against Biodun Fatoyinbo, Founder and Senior Pastor of Commonwealth of Zion Assembly church.

Mohammed Adamu, Inspector-General of Police, gave the order on Monday. He directed DIG Michael Ogbizi, Deputy Inspector-General of Police in charge of Force Criminal Investigation Department (FCID), Yaba, Lagos to take over the case.

Adamu, in a statement released by Frank Mba, Force PPRO, also stated that the transfer would ensure a speedy and thorough investigation into the rape petition against Fatoyinbo as well as “investigation of the complaint made by Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo against the Dakolos.”

The Nation newspaper also reported that the transfer of the case would provide personal supervision to all parts of the investigation to ensure justice and fair-hearing to all the parties.

Recall that the social media was awash with news of the invasion of Dakolo’s apartment by some personnel of the Police in an attempt to whisk the couple to Force Headquarters, Abuja on Saturday.

The police, however, stated that its officers only went to deliver an invitational letter to the celebrity couple adding that the letter is “not synonymous with a warrant of arrest, and must not be construed to be one.”

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