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APC sweeps Osun LG polls

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APC sweeps Osun LG polls   THE Osun State Independent Electoral Commission (OSIEC), on Sunday in Osogbo declared the All Progressive Congress (APC) winner in all the 71 councillorship seats, contested in the Saturday parliamentary local government election conducted in the state. Declaring the results at the premises of OSIEC, the chairman of the …

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Violence, low turnout mar Osun LG polls

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Violence, low turnout mar Osun LG polls   The Osun State Independent Electoral Commission, on Saturday, conducted local government election in the state 10 years after a similar exercise was held. The main opposition party in the state, the Peoples Democratic Party, boycotted the poll but the Labour Party, the …

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UNDER AREGBESOLA’S WATCH, OSUN RAMP HAS OPENED MANY RURAL AREAS TO BUOYANT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS -ADELERE ORIOLOWO

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  UNDER AREGBESOLA’S WATCH, OSUN RAMP HAS OPENED MANY RURAL AREAS TO BUOYANT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS -ADELERE ORIOLOWO Engineer Adelere Oriolowo is a revered Professional and a seasoned Technocrat who has transversed the engineering World. He is the Project Coordinator, Osun Rural & Access Mobility Project; RAMP. He spoke with our …

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Osun govt to Omisore: “Report to police now”     THE Osun State government has asked a former deputy governor of the state, Senator Iyiola Omisore, to respect the law by honouring an invitation extended to him by the police. The State Criminal Investigation Department (SCID) had invited Omisore to …

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Summit:Southern govs suppot true federalism, devolution of powers

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Summit: Southern govs suppot true federalism, devolution of powers The governors who attended the summit Southern governors at their scheduled meeting on Monday in Lagos reiterated their belief in true Federalism and devolution of powers, even as they also restated their commitment to united and indivisible Nigeria. Thirteen governors and …

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