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Reno Omokri Accuses APC Of Rigging Presidential Election



Reno Omokri has accussed the All Progressive Congress (APC) of rigging the 2019 Presidential  election.

He made the allegation via his twitter handle.

According to him, the numbers being released by the Independent National Electoral Commission don’t add up, as areas with a drop in the number of voters appear to be the ones churning out highrh results for the President

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Read his tweets below:

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Ogun State Police Command Confirms Rescue Of All RCCG Pastors




The Ogun State Police Command has confirmed the rescue of all five kidnapped Pastors of the Redeemed Christian Church of God.

Earlier today, the command had announced the rescue of one of the pastors, adding that search was still ongoing for the other four.

However, the command has now revealed that all of the pastors have now been rescue unhurt.

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Five pastors of the RCCG were kidnapped on Thursday, August 1, on their way to attend the church’s ministers’ conference in Lagos ahead of the annual Holy Ghost Convention which begins on Monday, August 5

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WAEC CERTIFICATE: Lagosians Urge Gov. Sanwo-Olu To Remove Abolaji Dada As Commissioner Nominees




Lagosians have reacted with dismay to claims of  inaccessable West  Africa Examination Council (WAEC) result made by Abolaji Dada, one of the Commissioner-nominees of Governor Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu.

While addressing the 16-man ad-hoc committee set up by the state House of Assembly to screen the nominees, Dada revealed the shocker, eliciting mixed reactions from members of the committee.

A former Executive Secretary, Apapa Local Government, the nominee told the committee that she sat for WASCE in 1984, but claimed that no certificate was issued in the year.

Her words: “I had my WAEC examation in a government school, so I felt it would not be difficult to access it, but I eventually made effort to retrieve my certificate when the need arose but was told that my school’s data was not captured.

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“My claim can be verified, 1984 WAEC certificate for my school was not accessible,” she said.

Lagosians have however frowned at the development urging the committee and the Governor Sanwo-Olu to drop her from the list and accomodate more credible nominees.

“We need credible people to run the affiars of the state, not people with phony claims. A lot of us wrote WAEC and JAMB more than once, if she did not get result from her school, she should have written another exam, that is what normal people do,” Olawale Otitoloju told our reporter.

“Indeed, several Nigerian youths struggled to gain addmisson into higher institution of learning after several failed efforts, for Dada to make such an outrageous claim reek of shamelessness. If indeed there is a case like hers, the body would do an official letter or a “To Whom” to clarify the issue. How is she sure that she even passed the exam?,” another person who spoke with us under anonimity quried.

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Questions about why she did not write another WAEC since her result was not released continue to trail the nominee, as poser on how she was able to rise to the post of an Executive Secretary in the Lagos state ministry without a certificate also need answering.

Coming at a time when there is a serious controversy surrounding the result of President Mohammadu Buhari and that of the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Ibrahim Tanko Muhammad,  Lagos definitely does not need this distraction from Dada.

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Daddy Freeze Take Side With Man Who Asked Wole Soyinka To Leave His Seat



Nobel laureate, Wole Soyinka

Daddy Freeze, has jumped on the ongoing reactions to a young man asking Wole Soyinka to vacate his seat on an airplane.

Reacting to the mixed feelings that has greeted  the young man, Daddy Freeze has come out to say that he would have done same only in a respectful manner.

Reacting to the comments that has trailed the incident, Daddy Freeze said: “I would have politely requested Nobel laureate, Wole Soyinka, to vacate my seat on a plane.”

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Recall that Tonye Cole had shared an Instagram post on Monday, June 22 detailing how bad the society had become, adding that young men have lost their respect.

In a post, Daddy Freeze wrote:.

“Dear Tonye Cole, I probably would have politely done the same thing the young man did. Growing up, I was taught never to challenge my elders. In retrospect, I find it difficult to point to what this has earned us as a people? Are we more morally upright, less corrupt, safer, richer and better than nations where children are encouraged to stand up to elders? NO!” he wrote in parts.

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