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We are here to collect Sowore – Deji Adeyanju tweets as he arrives DSS office


Comrade Deji Adeyanju and other supporters of Sowore, on Saturday morning, arrived DSS office as physical sureties to pick Sowore from the DSS custody.

Deji had on Friday reacted to DSS statement that nobody has come for the revolution now convener, Sowore since they received an order to grant him bail.

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Deji tweeted:

“I will be at the DSS Headquarters this morning by 10 am prompt to present myself as physical surety to collect Sowore. ALUTA CONTINUA”

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How disrespectful! Lady shares conversation with cab guy who offered to eat her ‘kinni’




A Nigerian lady has taken to social media to share a bizarre conversation she had with a cab guy who offered to “eat her kinni” while she stays in bed.

According to the lady identified as @TitoOfLagos, she had shared a picture on her Whatsapp status showing off her legs with the caption;

“I just want to stay in bed all day” and added a crying emoji.

Reacting to the status, the person whose number was saved on her phone as Cab Guy replied,

“Can i come and eat your kinni while you stay in bed am sure it will help calm your nerves.”

Feeling disrespected, Tito responded;

Excuse me?!
Eat whose kini?? Are you mad or something becase what the hell is the disrespect for

Not backing out, the cab guy responded;

No disrespect intended, just being naughty with a friend i so must respect.

The explanation, however, didn’t go down well with Tito who blocked him after she replied;

You must be extremely mad to saying such nonsense to me, like extremely mad!

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NADECO mourns late Pa Ajasin’s sister, Mary Aiyegbusi



A pan Nigerian group, National Democratic Coalition, NADECO has described late Chief (Mrs) Mary Aiyegbusi as an epitome of virtues Nigeria deserved.

Late Aiyegbusi, according to NADECO was a patriot, an educator, and a worthy scion of the Ajasin family who died on Friday night at the age of 92 years.

Condoling with the Aiyegbusi and Ajasin families, NADECO, in a condolence message signed by the group’s General Secretary, Chief Ayo Opadokun at the deceased residence on Saturday in Lagos said the late sister of former governor of Ondo State and elder statesman stood for forthrightness, dependability and honesty of purpose.

The message read, “On behalf of the NADECO, we have come to express our deeply felt sympathy for the loss of our most distinguished and highly revered Mama, Chief (Mrs) Mary Aiyegbusi.

Mama and her equally dependable late husband Pa Aiyegbusi were our hosts throughout our important pro-democracy meetings where most important decisions about the campaign for the restoration of democracy to Nigeria were discussed and consummated.

Their residence was the epi-center where Papa Adekunle Ajasin always resides while in Lagos and it was where all the notable nationalists consulted with Papa Ajasin.

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Mama was not a politician but she and her husband, late Pa Ayegbusi provided a soft ground for all major pro-democracy meetings that were held.

In fact, the second major meeting of NADECO was held here in one of the halls. She believed and uphold vigorously in the cause Pa Adekunle Ajasin pursued throughout his lifetime. She left for Nigeria a record of service to humanity, service to make life better for other people.

We would certainly miss Mama for her hospitality and sympathy for the course we were pushing through. We pray that the good Lord will grant her soul eternal rest. May God comfort the children and the entire family and grant them the fortitude to bear the pains of the great loss. Mama, you have come, seen and conquered. Rest in Peace.”

Commenting on the state of the nation and the role of Nigerian youths in nation-building, Opadokun stated that Nigerian youths have not taken their rightful position in the governance of the country.

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He disclosed that the future of an average Nigerian youth lies in the hand of Nigerian youth, noting that “It is unfortunate that Nigerian youths have not decided to take their future into their hands.

There is nowhere in the world where power-grabbers and power-holders will donate power to anybody. You must continue on a daily basis to fight for your right and resist all forms of oppression and misgovernance.

The Nigerian youths constitute a large percentage of the country’s population. It is unfortunate that they have not witnessed any good governance. All that they know about is the military dictatorship.

I am sorry for Nigerian youths. They don’t understand that they are losing. Nigeria is a God endowed the nation with abundant human and natural resources.

For about 20 years, Nigeria exported 2million barrels of crude oil daily at an average price of 100dollars per barrel. But where is the evidence of such earning?

The truth of the matter was that the Nigerian Army captured the entire nation in a military coup of 1966 and since then they have held us by the coercive instrument of government to ransom.

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Nigerians have been denied their democratic rights to make a choice on how they want to be governed and where to belong.

Since they captured Nigeria, they parcelled the country among themselves. And they are still in charge to date either in total military khaki or in mufti where they are now.

In the sixty post-independence years of Nigeria, the military had governed for 28years. By the time General Muhammadu Buhari finishes his second term tenure in 2023 in addition to General Olusegun Obasanjo’s eight-year, the military would have governed Nigeria for 46years.

The military subjugated and abrogated constitutional governance upon which Nigeria secured her independence in 1960. Nigeria is made up of many ethnic groups who have been living peacefully for thousands of years owing to their lands, waters, vegetation, animals and everything before the strange element, the colonial masters, Great Britain interfered.

And when we forced them to leave, they handed us over to local feudal lords who have been trampling with our freedom and existence up till today.”

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COVID-19: Ghanaian President goes into Isolation



Ghanaian president, Nana Akufo-Addo has gone into self-isolation for two weeks as a precautionary measure, despite testing negative for Covid-19.

This became necessary after one of his contacts was confirmed to have the illness.

President Nana Akufo-Addo began his quarantine on Saturday and will be working from the presidential villa in Accra, capital of the West African country, the information minister said in a statement.

“The president has elected to do so after at least one person within his close circle tested positive for COVID-19,” the minister said.

“(The president) has, as (of) today, tested negative, but has elected to take this measure out of the abundance of caution.”

Ghana has reported more than 19,300 cases of the new respiratory disease and 117 deaths and has lifted its strict lockdown although social-distancing measures remain in place.

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The announcement came a day after the president said a junior minister had resigned for failing to self-isolate after testing positive.

There was no official indication the events were linked.

Since the pandemic erupted, a number of senior political figures worldwide have caught the disease, including British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who was hospitalised and has now recovered.

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Senegal’s President Macky Sall also went into a preventative quarantine last month, despite testing negative, after coming into contact with a coronavirus case

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