Friday, 10 March 2017

VP, Yemi Osinbajo is still the Acting President, says PMB

President Muhammadu Buhari has admitted that he decided to return to Nigeria on Friday, so he can continue to rest over this weekend.

Buhari returned to the country 49 days after he left on a medical vacation to the United Kingdom.

Before he left, he transferred powers to his Vice-President, Yemi Osinbajo, who has earned plaudits for how he handled the role.

Buhari has now said Osinbajo would continue to work, while he looks after himself.

He also told those who are planning to come and see him, to stay back and continue to pray for the country.

The President also hinted that he would be doing some follow-ups on his health in a few weeks.

COV/Ifreke Inyang on March 10, 2017
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Saturday, 4 March 2017

I built my home from the scratch.

Mrs. Betty Anyanwu-Akeredolu is the wife of Ondo State governor, Mr. Rotimi Akeredolu, SAN, hails from Emeabiam in Owerri West Local Government of Imo State.

A breast cancer survivor, she is the founder and president of Breast Cancer Association of Nigeria (BRECAN), an organization she founded in October 1997, tells us how he met Gov. Rotimi Akeredolu her husband.

"I was 25 years of age while he was 22 years when we met"

I met my husband in Enugu, he was a youth Corper then in the State. I was also posted to Enugu.

So, a friend of mine visited me and she came along with her boyfriend who also came with my husband.

That was how we met and it was love at first sight. I think people frown at love first sight but it worked for us.

I fell in love with his broad shoulders. Then, he was really looking cute. I can still remember what he was wearing that day, a red shirt, long sleeves and a jean trouser.

That was 37 years ago. He couldn't even take me out because he didn't have money as a youth Corper. It was quite magnetic and that was it.

There is 3-year age difference between us. I'm older than him anyway. I was 25 then when he was 22. It was love that really endured.

I had graduated and in my place (Owerri, Imo State) when a girl graduates from the university suitors come from left, right and centre. And your parents would expect you to go for a made man with everything, but I have always known that there was no way I could have married a self-made man.

"I will better build a home from the scratch with you because I want to have a say in my home."

We're blessed with four successful children: Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, Dr. Teniola Akeredolu, Mrs.Yejide Runsewe and Babajide Akeredolu.

Tuesday, 28 February 2017

One Child, One Book, the Future is SECURED



The other side of Makoko, Yaba Lagos Nigeria, as the CEO of CEE-HOPE NIGERIA, Betty Abah brings hope to the community. The full story will be reported soon, Gbemile Oluwatosin freezed the moment.

Thursday, 23 February 2017

Sango traders protest.

Breaking news pictures:
Gbemile Oluwatosin

Sango trades protect against custom officers for breaking into their shops early hours of yesterday morning.

Meanwhile, the Custom authority has decline such claim, investigation are still going to on.

Wednesday, 22 February 2017

Lagos State Government should stop oppressing us.

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We demand the attention of Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode toward the demolition of Coker and Animasheun Mechanic village, if not, then it shows that they are land grabbers that parade themselves as Lagos State Civil servants. Mr. Jacob Fayeun.

Lagos State Government should stop oppressing us, say NATA

Pictures Breaking News, by Gbemile Oluwatosin

"The Nigeria Automobile Technician's Association has challenged the Lagos State to prosecute land grabbers who paraded themselves as Lagos State Civil Servant, Mr Afolabi, Director ministry of environment, Mr Matanmi Ministry of transport" Jacob Fayeun.

Friday, 10 February 2017

The Polish Government Murdered Shola.

Gbemile Oluwatosin

How can a cheering, lively and pleasant conversation with my sister leads to death without any form of serious ailment, this was the lamentation of Mrs, Abimbola Essien-Nelson while briefing journalists in Lagos on the unlawful cremation and burial of Oluwashola Atunrayo Gaska.

Exactly, 11:28AM 28th December 2016, Shola's husband, Mr, Jakub Gaska call me on phone only to inform me that Shola is died as a result of anaemia and low haemoglobin level which non of the family never saw the hospital test before Shola was cremated and buried.

The last conversation I had with my sister Shola was on the 24th of December, 2016, only to receive a call from her husband Mr, Gaska that Shola is died and will be cremated immediately.

In spite of several pleas, he went ahead to cremate his dead wife on January 2, 2017. Not only that, he held a burial service to bury the ashes on January 7, 2017 without officially informing any member of her Nigerian family. 

Mrs, Essien-Nelson noted that the late Olushola’s family are suspicious of foul play in the death of their sister: ‘We understand Jakub has the final say over the funeral rites for late Shola and as shocking as the cremation request was, we were willing to honour her 'supposed' wishes. What we could not understand was why Jakub deprived our family from seeing Shola's corpse.

Mrs, Essien-Nelson, noted that non of the family members (immediate or extended) was allowed to pay their last respects to Shola nor were they allowed to sight her body. ‘The only reason given by Jakub was that he was fulfilling his wife's 'wishes.

Before her death, late Mrs Oluwashola Atunrayo Gaska nee ADEFOLALU was born on 25th of September, 1980 to the family of late Professor, Daniel Oladele Adefolalu a respected Meteorologist and Climatologist, lived with her husband, Jakub at UI Owiecimska 33, 32-551, Wygielzow GMINA Babice District, Chrzanow County, Lesser Poland, a suburb of Krakow where there matrimonial home was as at the time they got married 15th August, 2010. She was into cinematography and her latest film was about to be shown in the cinema. A graduate of Architect in Poland.

However, the families of late Shola calls on the Polish authorities as well as the Nigerian Embassy in Poland, the Federal Government and relevant agencies to investigate the sudden and suspicious death of their relative and circumstances surrounding the handling of her body.