Groups flay Gbajabiamila over comment on southern agitators | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News
The Coalition of Yoruba self-determination groups, yesterday, chided the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila , over his comments on the southern agitators.
The groups said the statement by Gbajabiamila was not only reprehensive, but as well raises the question whether the Speaker is a real Yoruba son.xSIMILARLY, a Yoruba group, O’odua Progressive Union (OPU), yesterday, chided the Federal Government over its comment on the Yoruba Nation agitators.
The group, however, urged the Federal Government to address the various security challenges in the country, and leave the agitators alone.The group, speaking against the backdrop of the recent attack by the Federal Government on Yoruba nation agitators for keeping association with the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), said it is most unfortunate for the Federal Government to threaten to judge the Yoruba nation agitators by the company they keep.
MEANWHILE, the first son of the late Alhaji Lamidi Adesina, one-time governor of Oyo State, Dr. Ayobami Adesina, has expressed doubt over the sustainability of the proposed Yoruba Nation, hinging his argument on the inability of two states in the geo-political zone to efficiently manage the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) together. headtopics.com
xAdesina said it was a shameful thing for the two Yoruba-speaking states of Oyo and Osun not to be able to manage the institution together, adding that he felt embarrassed when he saw his compatriots jubilating when the two states stopped managing the affairs of LAUTECH together.
IN another development, the former Catholic Archbishop of Lagos, His Eminence, Anthony Cardinal Olubunmi Okogie, has described the level of insecurity in the land as shocking, equating the situation with the late Sonny Okosun’s song: “We want to know who owns the land.”
He said Nigeria appears to have been taken over by terrorists, who Nigerians identify as bandits, herdsmen and Boko Haram.Okogie stressed that it would be highly dangerous to separate politics and morality and that politics without morality is nothing but banditry.
According to him, it is unfortunate that there are people who believe that politics has nothing to do with morality. The fact that this belief is often put into practice largely explains why we witness all sorts of absurdities in politics today.” Read more: The Guardian Nigeria »
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What do u expect, tell me who to support if not fulanisation/herdsmen. Gbajabiamila is a natural crook. His records showed that.
UN wants Nigeria, others to deepen Internet safety | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsThe United Nations (UN), arm in charge of global telecommunications, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has called on governments in Nigeria and other parts of Africa to deepen Internet safety.
Publishers begin advocacy for teaching in local languages | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsThe Nigeria Publishers Association (NPA) has initiated an advocacy for the introduction of teaching in local languages, especially in the nation’s universities.
VAT and Wike’s winning wedge | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News“In June, Kano generated ₦2.8 billion and was given ₦2.8 billion. Lagos State generated over ₦46 billion but got just over ₦9 billion. Rivers generated ₦15 billion but got ₦4.7 billion. Have you seen injustice in this country?” Nigeria VAT Wike Go wike go Wike!!! Victory is yours abs the people of rivers state. This Govt is a BIG scam to others but not themselves.. The truth of the matter is that, this country would have disintegrated long time ,if the north were in the favorable side of the economic again of the country Complete Injustice
APM Terminals harps on employees’ safety at workplace | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsAPM Terminals Apapa has emphasised the need for workers who expose themselves to front-line activities to be safety conscious and adapt to best practices as they carry out their businesses.
Expert advocates deeper collaboration on International identity Day | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsAs the global community marks the 2021 International Identity Day, an IT expert, Esigie Aguele, has called for deeper collaboration among industry stakeholders to build trust and support the adoption of digital systems in Nigeria. According to him, while the country, through the instrumentality of the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC), has made significant […]
Sanwo-Olu appoints new LASTMA GM | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsLagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu has approved the appointment of Mr. Bolaji Oreagba as new General Manager of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA).