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About That Speculation Trailing Kola Abiola

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There are times when the unfulfilled dreams of a father are pursued by the son.

Sometimes, the dreams become a reality in the life of the son, and at other times, they remain an illusion.

The tale of how Moshood Abiola was elected President of Nigeria in the annulled June 12, 1993, Presidential election but failed to officially assume office remains legendary.

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While MKO could not make it to the office of the first citizen of the country, his son, Kola Abiola is currently said to be eyeing something close to his late father’s dream.

Amid Vice President Yemi Osinbajo’s challenges, and talks of his impeachment being imminent, current speculations are that the younger Abiola is being considered as an option to fill the office of the second most important man in Nigeria.

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COVID 19: Property Merchant, Olu Okeowo, Set To Feed 100, 000 People In Lagos

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Sir Olu Okeowo, a renowned property merchant and philanthropist per excellence, is set to join the growing number of privileged individuals in the country, who are complementing the efforts of the governments across the country to lessen the burdens of the citizenry occasioned by the outbreak of the Corona virus, otherwise known as COVID 19, which is sweeping across the globe.

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In line with his wonted fellow-feeling and abiding commitment to giving back to the society that has given him fame, Okeowo, through his foundation, Sir Olu Okeowo Foundation, has launched a food bank, where 100, 000 people will be given assorted foodstuff and other items, towards alleviating the biting hunger in Lagos State.

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The distribution venues, according to the Foundation, are on the island and mainland.

The Foundation has further urged residents in the state to call on it, so it can extend the gesture to any identifiable flashpoint of hunger as well as ways of distribution without violating any health standards and regulations.

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Bola Tinubu Enjoys Low-key 68 Birthday

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Parties have always been as a testament to a celebration.

In the Lagos social scenes, the richer the celebrant, the more colourful the party automatically becomes.

This rule will however not apply to Asiwaju Bola Tinubu as he turns 68 today.

A man of immense wealth, Tinubu will not be celebrating his new age with friends, family, and associates as has become the norm. There won’t be a colloquium of any sort.

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A man known for his love for celebrating at the slightest of opportunities, this year’s birthday celebration will be devoid of fanfare, as he will be reduced to celebrating with his immediate family.

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Folorunsho Alakija Comes Through For Africa

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What is the value of money if it can’t impact society?

This is one question which a lot of rich people would rather not answer.

However, not Africa’s richest woman, Folorunsho Alakija.

Over the years, the woman has extended her hands of fellowship to the needy either directly or via her foundation.

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At a time when the world is grappling for face masks and sanitiser due to the coronavirus pandemic, Alakija showed she cares about the less privilege splashing a chunk of her hard-earned wealth in purchasing thousands of sanitiser and face mask for African countries.

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