Omo-Agege calls on Deltans to reject Okowa‘s ‘Political Effigy’ in PDP candidate

“Today all Deltans, including children unborn, are owing due the reckless borrowing by Okowa. So because of that, we Deltans are resolute and have agreed that we are not going to allowed Okowa to have a third term through Sheriff Oborevwori (candidate of PDP)”.
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Omo-Agege calls on Deltans to reject Okowa‘s ‘Political Effigy’ in PDP candidate

“Today all Deltans, including children unborn, are owing due the reckless borrowing by Okowa. So because of that, we Deltans are resolute and have agreed that we are not going to allowed Okowa to have a third term through Sheriff Oborevwori (candidate of PDP)”.

This Day for Africa – Barbados became independent from the United Kingdom

After forming part of the short-lived West Indies Federation in 1958, Barbados decided to become independent in 1966. The UK Parliament recognised this by passing the Barbados Independence Act 1966.

Finance Minister owns up to N1.7 trillion in budget of MDAs; says funds tied to loans for projects such as “Safe School Initiative”

Daily Trust newspaper had reported that the National Universities Commission (NUC), Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development accused the finance ministry of inserting the projects in their budgets.

IGP grandstands; claims ignorance of case, order, to evade committal to prison

The Force Public Relations Officer, Muyiwa Adejobi, in a statement, said the IGP was not aware of the case.

For disobeying order of Court, Nigeria’s Police Chief bags prison sentence

Justice Olajuwon noted that though the Police Service Commission (PSC) recommended Okoli’s reinstatement into the Force, a decision that was affirmed by the court, the IGP refused to comply with the order.

This Day for Africa – 132 massacred as enslaved Africans thrown overboard The Zong; jury ruled to compensate ship owners

Another 78 were drowned over the next two days. By the time the ship had reached the Caribbean, 132 persons had been murdered. When the ship returned to England, the owners wished to be compensated the full value for each enslaved African lost.

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