• Permanent secretary dies 24 hours after swearing in

    Permanent secretary dies 24 hours after swearing in

    Twenty four hours after Ogun State governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun, swore in fourteen Permanent Secretaries, one of them Mrs. Olubunmi Odumusi has died.

    Odumusi was reported to have died in her sleep in the bedroom on midnight of Friday,at the age of 57,after a prolonged cancer ailment.

    It was learnt that the ailment has gulped huge money from the family to get the deceased treated both within and outside Nigeria.

    Odumusi was a thoroughbred journalist who rose to the rank of a Director […]

  • Abia: Public holidays won’t stop my swearing-in, says Ogah

    Abia: Public holidays won’t stop my swearing-in, says Ogah

    Abia State Governor-elect, Dr Uche Ogah, has said that public holidays would not stop his inaugu­ration as governor of the state, describing the stay of execution order secured by Governor Okezie Ikpeazu as a black market injunc­tion.

    Ogah, who spoke in Abuja through his Special Adviser on Public Commu­nication, Monday Onyeka­chi, maintained that the Abuja Federal High Court acted within its powers by issuing him a certificate of return to avoid an unpalat­able leadership vacuum in the state.

    This is just as […]

  • Here’s contents of the Court Order from Gov. Ikpeazu that Stopped the Swearing-in of Uche Ogah

    Here’s contents of the Court Order from Gov. Ikpeazu that Stopped the Swearing-in of Uche Ogah

    ADELOVE  present to you the contents of an order filed by Governor Okezie Ikpeazu which restrained his rival, Uche Ogah from being sworn-in as the new Abia state governor.

    It was earlier reported that an Abia State High Court sitting in Umuahia, issued an order restraining Uche Ogah from being sworn-in as the new state governor which was as a result of the issuance of a certificate of return on Thursday by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) following a Federal […]