Osun–The State of Osun Government has given the families of the slain permanent secretary, Bureau of General Service, Mrs Oluwakemi Kolawole and her driver the sum of 17million.    

Osun State Head of Service, Mr. Sunday Owoeye made this known through a statement made available to our correspondent in Osogbo.

The statement read, “The Forum of Head of Service, Permanent Secretaries and equivalent positions, wishes to express our profound gratitude to all those who commiserated with and stood by us before, during and after the burial programme for the late Permanent Secretary, Bureau of General Services, Mrs Olufunke Oluwakemi Kolawole.

“The plethora of condolence messages and multifarious visits from sympathisers following the sudden and irreparable loss of our amiable colleague was overwhelming and had, indeed, truly shown that in adversity, we know our genuine friends.

“Our profound appreciation particularly goes to the State Government of Osun, under the benevolent leadership of the Governor, Raul Aregbesola, for prompt positive official steps taken to mitigate the trauma of the sad episode by releasing a total sum of N17,526, 307.76k to cover such sundry critical matters as burial assistance to the Family (N3m), medical treatment of the deceased’s driver and cost of retrieval of her official car (N930,000); her arrears of salaries and allowances from July, 2015 to the point of death (N4.42m) and her Group Life Insurance entitlements (N9.1m).

“The money that is released are to provide succour to the family of the deceased, especially the desire of the Government to ensure that the education of the children is not hampered. Government has also approved the sum of N8.8m for her up-to-date Contributory Pension Scheme remittances to be cash-backed by the Office of Accountant-General to facilitate prompt processing and delivery of her Bond Certificate by her Pension Fund Administrator to her Estate’s Administrator.”

Recall that Mrs Kolawole was murdered around Okene, in Kogi State, on her way to Abuja on Thursday, July 13 to felicitate with her friend, who is the Solicitor General in the state on her confirmation as a judge before he was accosted and shot by unknown assailants.

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Teenager, Three others Remanded In Prison For Robbery

Osun]–A Magistrate court sitting in Osogbo, Osun state presided over by Mrs. Awodele Olubukola has on Tuesday ordered that a teenager and three others be remanded in Ilesha prison for armed robbery and attempted murder.

The four accused were alleged on six count charges for conspiracy, armed robbery, felony and attempted murder.

The four suspect namely; Isaac Awe age 18 , Ojo Ayobami age 21, Rotimi Adedeji age 39 and Segun Adedeji Age 26.

The police prosecutor, Mr Elisha Olusegun told the court that the four accused committed the offense on April, 18. at Corpers Lodge Dada Estate in Osogbo.

According to him, the four accused conspired to commit felony to carry out an Armed Robbery operation.

He said “The four accused persons did arm themselves with guns and other dangerous weapons and rob one Adekanmi Taiwo Uthman of his Toyota Camry envelope car with registration number app780db valued 1,150,000, one infinix hot phone valued 24,500, two glasses valued 6,000 seat cover valued 4,500, wallet containing school identity card Of Ladoke Akintola University, his driving license, voters card, three ATM cards of first bank, Wema bank, GT bank and documents of the vehicle total valued 1,185,00.

“Did conspired among yourselves to commit felony to wit : attempted murder.

“Did unlawfully have in their possession one live cartridge which you could not give satisfactory account of.

“Did unlawfully attempted to kill one Adekanmi Taiwo Uthman by stabbing him with broken bottle in his head and right hand.

He further explained that the offense committed by the accused is contrary to and punishable under section 6(b) section 1(1) section 1(2)(a) (b) section 3(1) section 27 (1) (b) (11) of the Robbery and Firearms (special provision) Act cap Rll vol. 14 laws of the federation of Nigeria 2004 and section 516, section 320 (1) of the criminal code cap 34 vol. 11 laws of Osun state 2002.

The first and second accused have one counsel known as Okobe Najite and their plea were not taken.

The chief magistrate, Mrs Awodele Olubukola in her ruling ordered that they be remanded in Ilesha prison.
She thereby adjourned the case to November 24 for mention.

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We Now Monitor Social Media For Anti-Government And Anti-Military Information – Military

Director of Defence Information, Major-General John Enenche, told Channels Television that it became necessary in the light of troubling activities and misinformation capable of jeopardizing the unity of the country.

He made this comment less than 48 hours after President Buhari made his national broadcast that some of the discussions on social media in his absence crossed the line and left him distressed.
 Major General Enenche is of the opinion that social media has always been a challenge all over the world and for the military, it is no different.

“It is a double-edged sword and we are also having a bit of it,” he said when he appeared on Channels Television’s News At 10, hours after President Buhari met with service chiefs and ordered them to strengthen their operations.
“Imagine when the President came back and addressed the nation, not up to 30 minutes later, a fake speech of the Commander-In-Chief was being circulated, in order to do what? To derail the people. 
If you are not very sharp and if you didn’t listen to the speech or you don’t have a copy of it like I had it almost immediately, you wouldn’t know.  So, looking at it from that perspective, it is a challenge everywhere.”

Having observed the possibility that the social media can be misused, the military has taken steps to address that. One of such steps is the establishment of strategic media centres.

“What are we doing? In the military, we are now taking on it more seriously than ever. We have our strategic media centres that monitor the social media to be able to sieve out and react to all the ones that will be anti-government, be anti-military, (and) be anti-security.

We tackle them appropriately with appropriate responses. Ahead of that, we are also proactive. We have measures in place, scientific measures to be able to sieve this information and also to get the public and let them know that some of this information they are getting is not genuine are not true and their objective is an anti-corporate existence of this country,” he said.


The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has said it did not issue a statement banning the songs of Olamide, Davido and 9ice from being broadcast. 

The NBC said it is not in the business of banning songs, saying by virtue of the broadcasting law, radio and television stations are to ensure that songs containing vulgar or suggestive lyrics and visuals are not aired. 

Idachaba Armstrong, director of broadcast monitoring, said: “First of all, NBC is a commission, not a corporation. Nobody at NBC issued a statement to the effect. We can’t be issuing a statement on every album released in his country. 

The broadcaster has the responsibility to do the needful. NBC does not ban songs, we don’t have any business with the artistes. It is left for NBC to tell stations to ensure the songs and videos are fit for broadcast before putting them on air.

The whole idea of offensive vulgar lyrics. It is the responsibility of broadcasters to ensure they don’t come on air. They are supposed to do what is called gate-keeping and they should have editorial control over their content but broadcasters now carelessly air songs without exercising that editorial discretion.

They abdicate that responsibility and then expect us to start chasing them. I have reliably gathered that some of those songs are actually offensive, regarding the lyrics. Some of these songs are for clubs. These stations that should practice self-regulation are lazy and unprofessional in their conduct.” 

Armstrong said broadcast stations are aware that any lyrics or song containing offensive content cannot be put on the air, adding that any station found wanting will be sanctioned. “We will impose the necessary sanctions on the stations. If the stations contravene any of the broadcast code, they will be fined.

Once NBC picks it up, we call the stations to order and impose the necessary fine. First, we caution you, then impose a fine afterward, which can be between N50-N100k. But if they are recalcitrant, it can rise to N500k,” he said. 

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England’s record scorer, Ronney Wayne announces his retirement from international football in a statement to @SimonPeach

His retirement was set to take effect immediately without any delay.


A lady accuses member of The Redeemed Christian Church of God for fraud. 


According to Femi Adesina, Spokeperson to President Muhammadu Buhari, the weekly meeting of the Federal Executive Council (FEC) will not hold Wednesday.

Mr. Adesina,  in a statement, said President Buhari will rather  receive the report of the investigation committee into the allegations against the suspended Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Babachir Lawal, and the Director-General of the National Intelligence Agency (NIA), Ayodele Oke. 
The committee is headed by Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo and it will submit its report to the president in his office at noon, Adesina said. 
The president had constituted the panel to investigate the corruption allegation levelled against the suspended SGF by the Nigerian senate and that against Mr. Oke by the EFCC.
He was to receive the report on May 8 but his health condition deteriorated, forcing him to return to London on May 7.


Three suspects have been apprehended in connection to a fake Facebook account allegedly used to impersonate the Chief of Staff to Imo State Governor, Chief Uche Nwosu. 

DSP Andrew Enwerem, Public Relation Officer to the police, said that the suspects, Nwokoma Ezekachi, Reuben Ogwuonye Ubongwung and Nwaeguzor Hope Miracle are the brain behind the fake account using the name and pictures of the chief to defraud unsuspecting individuals of huge some of money.

He gave the details of the account used by the fraudsters in duping their victims as: Account Name: Stella Monday, 0242239274, GT Bank and their phone number as: 08175433203 registered with the name Dr Lawson Briggs.

According Enwerem, the suspects posted transactions relating to allocation for lands, award of contracts, fertilizer distribution and employment opportunities and used that medium to defraud unsuspecting members of the public who had a conviction that they were dealing with the real Chief of Staff.


Nigeria famous male barbie has landed himself an ambassadorial award with a weave company.
The ‘ose baddest’ star Okunneye Idris popularly known as Bobrisky took to his snap chat page to announce his contract with a weavon outlet.
 It should be recalled that some weeks ago, Bobrisky also shared picture of himself with some Yoruba Actresses and ask his fans to be on the look out for his first movie.