Clergymen blast OBJ: You led a corrupt govt

Some ministers of God in Nigeria have come down hard on former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, over his recent statement that pastors in the country were aiding corruption in Nigeria.   Though some pastors declined comment saying, Apostle Johnson Suleman was being harassed by the powers that be for opening his mouth, yet, fiery ones did not mince words in telling Obasanjo that he perpetuated corruption as Nigeria’s president. Obasanjo’s statement that some Nigerian Pastors/ preachers preach that one can acquire wealth without labour triggered sharp reactions from clerics across…

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Ijebu community installs Adebambo as Arole Ako

Oke Ako community in Yemoji Local Council Development Area of Ogun State will come alive on Thursday as United Kingdombased businessman Rafiu Olatunde Adebambo is installed as the Arole Ako. The installation, to be performed by the Aladeken of Oke Ako, Oba Joshua Osunsami, is expected to be witnessed by government functionaries, monarchs, eminent personalities and other sons and daughters of the town. A sleepy but ancient town in the contemporary history of Ijebuland, Oke Ako is approximately 10.7km from Ijebu-Ode, from which Yemoji LCDA was recently carved out by…

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No going back on anti-corruption war, FG declares

The Federal Government has called on Nigerians not to be discouraged by the recent setbacks in the war against corruption. It rather promised that the serial negative outcome of corruption cases that were recorded at the high court level would not dampen the anti-graft battle. In a statement issued in Abuja yesterday, the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, said that the Federal Government has appealed against all the negative decisions, and will vigorously canvass its case at the level of the Court of Appeal, adding that all…

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‘Stop committing syntactic errors in Yoruba language

Yorubas have been urged to stop committing syntactic errors in Yoruba language, especially with proverbs and other clichés. Mr. Sunday Adeniyi stated this at the last edition of Yoruba Lakotun, a quarterly live audience participatory programme where different creative arts are done and an interview session with a Yoruba writer. Held at Ethnic Heritage Centre, Ikoyi, Lagos, the show was hosted by Olutayo Irantiola. Adeniyi, author of Esin Obinrin, Owu Iya gbon and other books, who was the Guest writer at the vent, noted that ‘Yoruba sayings have been bastardised…

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