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Thursday, February 25, 2021

I wrestled with the devils - Olisa Metuh reflects on his life in prison

 


 I wrestled with the devils - Olisa Metuh reflects on his life in prison

Olisa Metuh, the former spokesman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has said that he will use the rest of his life serving God and mankind, revealing that he saw hell while he was in prison.

 

Metuh spent 10 months at the National Correctional Centre, Kuje, FCT over issues bordering on money laundering and was released on December 24, 2020.

 

Speaking during a reception organised for him by the PDP in Awka, the Anambra State capital on Wednesday, February 24, Metuh said he saw hell in prison and has learnt how to serve God and humanity.

“I have been to the lowest, deepest end of the valley. I have wrestled with the demons. I wrestled with the devils. The Almighty God has saved me. For that, I commit the rest of my life to the service of God and the people. It is not easy. It is just like being in your house and an armed robber comes to your house, takes away all your earnings, beats you up, violate your wife, deal with your children and you can’t do anything because he has the gun. When we have power, we should know how to use it because there is God in heaven. At the end of the day, all of us will die,” he said

 

Metuh said while in prison, he learnt to be humble and to forgive people. He urged people to try to forgive one another.

 

I wrestled with the devils - Olisa Metuh reflects on his life in prison

 


 I wrestled with the devils - Olisa Metuh reflects on his life in prison

Olisa Metuh, the former spokesman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has said that he will use the rest of his life serving God and mankind, revealing that he saw hell while he was in prison.

 

Metuh spent 10 months at the National Correctional Centre, Kuje, FCT over issues bordering on money laundering and was released on December 24, 2020.

 

Speaking during a reception organised for him by the PDP in Awka, the Anambra State capital on Wednesday, February 24, Metuh said he saw hell in prison and has learnt how to serve God and humanity.

“I have been to the lowest, deepest end of the valley. I have wrestled with the demons. I wrestled with the devils. The Almighty God has saved me. For that, I commit the rest of my life to the service of God and the people. It is not easy. It is just like being in your house and an armed robber comes to your house, takes away all your earnings, beats you up, violate your wife, deal with your children and you can’t do anything because he has the gun. When we have power, we should know how to use it because there is God in heaven. At the end of the day, all of us will die,” he said

 

Metuh said while in prison, he learnt to be humble and to forgive people. He urged people to try to forgive one another.

 

Nkechi Blessing Sunday apologizes for calling out follower who tattooed her name on her arm

 

Nkechi Blessing Sunday apologizes for calling out follower who tattooed her name on her arm

Actress Nkechi Blessing Sunday has apologized to a follower who she called out for tattooing her name on her arm.

 

The follower named Oyinda had tattooed "NBS to the world" on her arm, which is a combination of Nkechi Blessing Sunday's initials and a quote she's known to use.

 

Reacting, Nkechi suspected her of doing it for money and told her she won't get a kobo from her.

 

Nkechi Blessing Sunday apologizes for calling out follower who tattooed her name on her arm

 

Nkechi Blessing has now reached out to the woman privately to apologize. She also apologized publicly.

 

Her apology comes after some celebrities blasted those who treated their fans who got tattoos of them with disrespect.

 

See her apology below. 

 

Nkechi Blessing Sunday apologizes for calling out follower who tattooed her name on her arm

Nkechi Blessing Sunday apologizes for calling out follower who tattooed her name on her arm

 

Kidnapped Adamawa FC driver finally freed

 


Kidnapped Adamawa FC driver finally freed

The driver of Adamawa United Football Club who was kidnapped last weekend has finally been released. 

 

Kabiru Mohammed was released around 11.30pm on Wednesday, February, 24, according to The Nation

 

Mr. Kabiru was reportedly kidnapped along Benin-Ore-Lagos road when the team bus was attacked by gunmen on Saturday, February 20, at round 6.30am, along the Benin-Ore-Lagos highway.

 

The gunmen were said to have taken money and phones from players and officials of the team before abducting the driver.

 

The football team had been on their way for a football clash with MFM Football Club, Lagos, on a week 11 NPFL fixture.

 

After the driver was kidnapped, the kidnappers demanded a ransom of N50 million.

 

Permanent Secretary of the Adamawa State Ministry of Youths and Sports, Alhaji Aliyu Jada, confirmed to the publication that the freed driver is on his way back to Yola.

 

“I spoke with him, he was very coherent, he is on his way back (towards Yola) now,” the permanent secretary said.

 

Jada, who had been negotiating the terms of release of the driver, did not disclose how much was finally paid as ransom to secure his release.

Cattle traders begin strike today

 

Cattle traders begin strike today

Cattle and Foodstuff dealers under the aegis of Amalgamated Union of Foodstuff and Cattle Dealers of Nigeria (AUFCDN) on Thursday February 25, began a nationwide strike following the expiration of a seven-day ultimatum given to the federal government to attend to their demands.

 

The union had demanded payment of N475 billion compensation for lives of members and properties lost during the #EndSARS protest and Shasa market chaos, and dismantling of all road blocks on federal highways due to problems its members get subjected to when carrying out their duties.

 

Grand Matron of AUFCDN, Hajia Hauwa Kabir Usman who announced commencement of the strike asked the police not to disturb task force of the union who will carry out enforcement of the strike by ensuring that no food and cattle were moved from North to the South.

 

Usman said; 

 

“The leadership of the union has already made a strong plan to ensure that all our exits (our borders) between the Northern and Southern part are closed.

“Every truck that will go out has to be checked. If you carry any food or cattle, you cannot take it out except you take it back or be destroyed there. None of the security agents should dare intimate our task force members because if they do, we will fight it legally.”

 

Usman who recalled how they gave a 21-day ultimatum to the federal government, vowed that the union would not compromise on its demands.

Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Before we talk of amnesty, there should be clear evidence that there’s a sincere repentance - Former Catholic archbishop of Abuja Archdiocese, John Onaiyekan

 


Before we talk of amnesty, there should be clear evidence that there?s a sincere repentance - Former Catholic archbishop of Abuja Archdiocese, John Onaiyekan

Former Catholic archbishop of Abuja Archdiocese, John Onaiyekan has stated that amnesty should only be granted when there is clear evidence of repentance. 

 

Onaiyekan who appeared on a Channels Television program on Wednesday February 24, averred that while he believes criminals should be forgiven when they repent, the problem he has is figuring out if it is true repentance. 

 

He went on to list measures that should be taken if the repentance has been verified. The former archbishop said; 

 

“I believe firmly in what the Bible says that it is not the will of God that a sinner should die but that he should repent and live. So obviously, if a criminal sincerely repents, he should be forgiven. But the question is when it comes to the real facts of whether he has repented or not, the state must have a way of making sure that this is not a joke.

“The whole idea of amnesty is not only to be applied to armed bandits, in that case it is true for everybody in jail in Nigeria. For the sake of law and order, to protect the rest of us, the few who are making life difficult have to be restrained. The armed dogs should be tied down. The armed bandits should be disarmed.

“Before we talk of amnesty, there should be clear evidence that there’s a sincere repentance and that the people concerned have decided not to pick up arms anymore, that they’re ready to go back to their normal way of life and if they’re foreigners, they’re ready to go back home. All this must be part and parcel of the process of amnesty.

“The bandits must be reconciled with society, they must change, they must decide to be really repentant and show it clearly. And not be put in a position to brag around to appear that they have actually won, and defeated the nation.”

 

He added that dialogue with criminals should be carried in a way that will not make others take up arms with hope of also getting amnesty. 

 

Onaiyekan added; 

 

“I don’t think we should reach a stage where the nation simply says we’re unable to deal with the situation. We should be able to deal with it and on one hand, we must be open to amnesty, forgiveness, and on the other hand, we need to keep law and order and not make it an incentive for others to pick up arms and wait for amnesty and rehabilitation."

Pope Francis appoints Prof. Roberto Bernabei as new doctor after previous one died from Covid-19

 

 Pope Francis appoints Prof. Roberto Bernabei as new doctor after previous one died from Covid-19

Pope Francis has appointed a new personal doctor weeks after the previous one died from Covid-19.

 

The 84-year-old pontiff picked professor Roberto Bernabei, an expert in health care for the elderly, as his physician, the Vatican said in a statement on Wednesday, February 24.

 

Bernabei, 69, leads the geriatrics and rehabilitative medicine department at Rome's Gemelli, the Catholic hospital where popes are traditionally treated. 

 

The last papal doctor, Fabrizio Soccorsi, died aged 78 on January 9 of Covid-19-related pulmonary complications, following a hospitalisation for cancer. 

 

 Pope Francis appoints Prof. Roberto Bernabei as new doctor after previous one died from Covid-19

 

Francis is believed to be in relative good health, despite having had part of his lung removed when he was a young man after developing pleurisy.

 

Last month, he cancelled several events due to a chronic nerve condition that causes hip pain and makes him walk with a slight limp. 

 

The pope later received the coronavirus vaccine alongside his predecessor, former pope Benedict XVI.

 

Cosmetic surgery: ''Women are doing things to look good for themselves. It ain’t about you''- Toke Makinwa tells men

 

Cosmetic surgery:

Toke Makinwa took to her Twitter handle this afternoon to send a memo to men who feel women undergo domestic surgeries so they can look good for them.

 

Toke's tweets read

''Overhead a couple of guys talking about women and cosmetic surgery, dear men, I know you love to think that the whole existence of a woman is to pursue you or try to live for you but pls take this from me, women are doing things to look good for themselves, it ain’t about you.

That boob job is not for you, maybe she loves how her boobs look in cloths, that liposuction??? She wasn’t thinking of a man, she probably got tired of fighting fat that won’t shift. Women look good for themselves and not to impress men.''

 Cosmetic surgery:


Tuesday, February 23, 2021

President Buhari receives Imo state governor, Hope Uzodinma, in Aso Rock (photos)

 


President Buhari receives Imo state governor, Hope Uzodinma, in Aso Rock (photos)

President Buhari this morning received Imo state governor, Hope Uzodinma, in his office in the statehouse, Abuja

 

The closed-door meeting comes few days after the Uzodinma-led government clashed with a former governor of the state, Senator Rochas Okorocha.

 

President Buhari receives Imo state governor, Hope Uzodinma, in Aso Rock (photos)President Buhari receives Imo state governor, Hope Uzodinma, in Aso Rock (photos)President Buhari receives Imo state governor, Hope Uzodinma, in Aso Rock (photos)President Buhari receives Imo state governor, Hope Uzodinma, in Aso Rock (photos)

 

"I'm Gay" - Ghanaian journalist, Ignatius Annor finally comes out on live TV after denying being one for years (Video)

 



A Ghanaian journalist has finally come out as Gay on live TV after denying being one for years.

 

Mr. Ignatius Annor, a former Metro TV broadcast journalist, who now works with Euro News made the announcement in an interview with Joy News via Zoom on  Monday, February, 22.

 

In the interview, he disclosed that the fear of losing his journalism career and the stigma around it were the reasons why he always denied it when confronted about his sexuality.

“This is going to be the very first time that I am using your medium to say that not only am I an activist for the rights of Africa’s sexual minorities, what you will call the LGBTQI community, but I am gay.

 

“Obviously, I denied it because I was afraid of losing my job, I was working at an incredible Television station in Accra and also for the fear of what would happen to me personally,” Mr Annor said on JoyNews via Zoom.

This comes after LGBT+ Rights Ghana both fundraised and built a new office, which serves as a crucial community centre for queer Ghanaians, sparking outrage in the country. 

 

But the National Coalition for Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family Values (NCPHSRFV), a coalition of various faith leaders and officials that once drew international outrage for running a camp that “treated for homosexuality” have called for its closure.

 

According to Mr. Annor, that would be a breach of their human rights.

 

“It doesn’t feel like I am a human being who deserves the right to employment, the right to education, and normally the basic rights to be able to walk, drive around to wherever that I want to go to in Ghana as an openly gay man. It doesn’t feel okay, it feels dehumanised and awful.”

 

He also recalls after returning to Ghana after studying for his Masters in the UK, to look for employment but none of the media houses were willing to hire him “just because of the stigma that surrounds my community”.

 

Watch the interview below.

PDP intervenes on Governors Ortom and Bala's faceoff on armed herdsmen


PDP intervenes on Governors Ortom and Bala

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has intervened in the faceoff between Benue State Governor Samuel Ortom and Bauchi State Governor Bala Mohammed on the issue of herdsmen who carry AK-47.

 

Recall that after Bala supported herdsmen carrying AK-47 and also occupying forests, Ortom accused him of being a part of those threatening his life. He also asked Governor Bala to render an unreserved apology and learn from the provisions of the constitution that land both territorial,  forest, and aquatic, are vested on the governor of a state who holds them in trust, instead of indulging in inciting Fulani herdsmen against innocent Nigerians.

 

Reacting to the faceoff between the two Governors elected on its platform, the PDP called for calm as the internal reconciliation mechanism introduced by the hierarchy of the party between the two governors subsists.

 

A tweet shared by the party read;

 

“@OfficialPDPNig assures that it has waded into the rift  between Bauchi State Governor, Senator Bala Mohammed and his Benue State counterpart, Governor Samuel Ortom.

@OfficialPDPNig calls for calm as the internal reconciliation mechanism introduced by the hierarchy of the party between the two governors subsists.

“PDP however urges the Federal Government to take urgent steps to address the escalated security challenges in our country.”

 

PDP intervenes on Governors Ortom and Bala

 

 

COVID19: Omoyele Sowore criticizes Nigerian police for turning blind eye when Lagos state speaker, Mudashiru Obasa, gathered a mammoth crowd in Agege (video)


COVID19: Omoyele Sowore criticizes Nigerian police for turning blind eye when Lagos state speaker, Mudashiru Obasa, gathered a mammoth crowd in Agege (video)

Publisher, Yele Sowore has reacted to a viral video of the speaker of the Lagos state House of Assembly, Mudashiru Obasa, speaking at a political rally where the attendees brazenly flouted COVID19 protocols such as wearing of face masks and social distancing last week.

 

Posting the video on his Twitter handle, Omoyele wondered why the police haven't arrested the speaker for holding such a gathering where the people flouted the COVID19 guidelines.

 

He wrote

''This was @followlasg Lagos Speaker Obasa addressing a mammoth @OfficialAPCNg crowd in Agege last week, the

@PoliceNG didn’t make any arrests but are demanding #EndSARS

protesters of #OccupyLekkiTollGate pay N54k each to test for COVID-19 before getting released from detention''

COVID19: Omoyele Sowore criticizes Nigerian police for turning blind eye when Lagos state speaker, Mudashiru Obasa, gathered a mammoth crowd in Agege (video)

Watch the video of the speaker speaking at the political gathering below

 


Saturday, February 20, 2021

Naomi Osaka beats Jennifer Brady in women's final to win Australian Open



Naomi Osaka beats Jennifer Brady in women

Japan's Naomi Osaka beat America's Jennifer Brady in the Australian Open final on Saturday morning, February 20, to win her fourth Grand Slam title.

 

Osaka, 23, won 6-4 6-3 and has the enviable record of being unbeaten in major finals.


Osaka won the first set when Brady, made bad errors in the game.

 

Naomi Osaka beats Jennifer Brady in women

 

Osaka then seized control from that point, going 4-0 ahead in the second set before sealing a deserved victory with the last set.


Osaka has now won two Australian Open titles after also triumphing at Melbourne Park in 2019, with her other Grand Slam successes coming at the US Open in 2018 and 2020.


Osaka has not suffered a defeat since February 2020 and has won her last 20 matches.


"Hello everyone. Firstly I want to congratulate (and then looks to Brady and asks if she prefers Jenny or Jennifer. 'Jenny' is the reply) said Osaka as she clutched the Trophy.


She continued: "I'd like to congratulate Jennifer"


"It feels incredible to have fans, I played the last Grand Slam without fans, to have this energy means a lot," 


"I really want to thank my team - this one is for you."Lastly but not least, thankyou to you guys. Thank you for coming and watching. To have this energy really means a lot. Thank you so much."Thank you for opening your hearts and arms towards us. I feel like playing a Grand Slam right now is a privilege, and thank you for this opportunity."


Osaka moves up to world No 2 following her latest victory, behind Australia's Ashleigh Barty, but there is no doubt as to who is the dominant force in women's tennis right now - especially on hard courts. 

 

In the men's final, Novak Djokovic will face Medvedev on Sunday.

You have14 days to claim your cars/items or the command will sell them - Lagos state police warns car/exhibit owners

 


You have14 days to claim your cars/items or the command will sell them -  Lagos state police warns car/exhibit owners

The Lagos State Police Command has warned the general public, particularly those who have their accidented and exhibit cars or items parked at various police formations across the state to come forward for claims with immediate effect.

 

Area Commaders, Divisional Police Officers and Heads of Departments have been directed to decongest their formations of the items without delay.

 

The affected car owners have been given 14 days to claim their cars/items afterwhich the command will be left with the option of selling off the cars and items on public auction after due court processes.

 

A statement released by the Lagos state police spokesperson, Olumuyiwa Adejobi read;

 

LAGOS POLICE COMMAND WARNS CAR/EXHIBIT OWNERS

The Lagos State Police Command has warned the general public, particularly those who have their accidented and exhibit cars or items parked at various police formations across the state to come forward for claims with immediate effect.

The Command detests the manner in which police formations in the state are littered with such exhibit cars and items and therefore directs the Area Commaders, Divisional Police Officers and Heads of Departments to decongest their formations of the items without delay.

This publication avails the affected car owners 14 day-grace to claim their cars/items afterwhich the command will be left with the option of selling off the cars and items on public auction after due court processes.

Kindly give this statement wide publicity, please.

Thanks you.

CSP OLUMUYIWA ADEJOBI(mnipr)

POLICE PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER

LAGOS STATE COMMAND

IKEJA-LAGOS

Lets not turn whatever challenges we are facing right now to ethnic, tribal and religious crisis - Tinubu

 


Lets not turn whatever challenges we are facing right now to ethnic, tribal and religious crisis - Tinubu

Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, Bola Tinubu has appealed to Nigerians not to turn their present challenges into ethnic, tribal and religious crisis. 

 

The former Lagos state Governor who spoke at the eight-day Fidau prayers for the late first civilian governor of the state Alhaji Lateef Kayode Jakande, said another war in the country will submerge the entire West Africa and there won’t be enough space to accommodate Nigerians as refugees. 

 

Tinubu said; 

 

“I appeal today to all of us not to turn whatever challenges we are facing right now to ethnic, tribal and religious crisis. 

“Nigeria is currently facing crises, crisis of insurgency, of banditry and all aspects of insecurity. But God Almighty who made this country one of the largest and most resourceful countries will guide and protect us.

“If there is war in Nigeria, it will submerge the entire West Africa and there won’t be enough space to accommodate us as refugees. Those who have seen the effects of war, the consequences of tribal conflict, of religious conflict will never want it for Nigeria.”

 

Tinubu also revealed that his journey into politics was inspired by the late Jakande. He said; 

 

“This demise is not Pa Jakande’s loss, it’s our loss. We cannot be alive forever. There is always a day we would depart and render accounts of our deeds to Allah. Today is the 8th day and we are all assembled to pray for Alhaji Lateef Jakande.

“I’m a lucky one; this is the house where I began my political journey in life. Baba Jakande said go on, contest for Senate, we need many like you in politics. The rest is history.

“To our junior brothers and sisters, may God bless you and set you on the right path to success. Jakande has many children, not just you alone. We are many. We truly are his children."

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Friday, February 19, 2021

"They’ll find a way to let him back on”- Bill Gates says Trump should be allowed to return to social media

 


"They?ll find a way to let him back on?- Bill Gates says Trump should be allowed to return to social media

Billionaire Microsoft co-founder, Bill Gates has stated that former U.S. president, Donald Trump should eventually have his social media accounts re-activated. 


Twitter cut the former president off from some 88 million followers after the deadly riot on Jan. 6, when a group of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol while Congress was certifying President Biden's victory, leaving five people, including a U.S. Capitol Police officer, dead. At the time, Twitter said that Trump's tweets posed "the risk of further incitement of violence."


Facebook, Snapchat and Reddit also suspended Trump's online presence indefinitely following the attack.


Now Gates says that social media companies should let President Trump back on their platforms, despite his "corrosive" election fraud claims. 

 

Gates, asked during an interview with CNBC on Thursday, February 18, whether he would let Trump back on social media if he were a member of Facebook's oversight board, he replied;. 


"I think at some point he probably will be allowed back on and probably should be allowed back on," the billionaire philanthropist said.


Gates suggested that if social media companies allow Trump to return, they could put a warning label on any false statements he makes.


"It’s weird when you’re, you know, saying that the election was stolen without any facts there. And how corrosive that is," Gates said. 


"But I’ll bet they’ll find a way to let him back on."


House Democrats, joined by 10 Republicans, impeached Trump on Jan. 13. The Senate voted 57-43 in favor of the impeachment count, ten short of the 67 needed to convict.

 

"You know in a way ... people’s interest in what he says may go down quite a bit," Gates added. "That’ll be interesting to watch." 

Man runs off with girlfriend's mother after birth of his son

 

Man runs off with girlfriend

A new father has abandoned his newborn child and girlfriend, and ran off with his girlfriend's 44-year-old mother instead.

 

24-year-old Jess Aldridge told The Sun that she was shocked to find out that her boyfriend and baby daddy was having an affair with her own mother. She revealed that she was betrayed by her partner Ryan Shelton, 29, while she was heavily pregnant and they lived in a support bubble with mum Georgina and her husband Eric.

 

Within weeks of their moving in, the gran-of-six began flirting with Ryan. And, by the time Jess came home with newborn Reuben, they had run off together and moved into a new home 30 miles away.

 

Jess said; 

 

“We were stuck together for months in the house during lockdown. It was so hard, especially as Ryan and mum were always being so flirty. I felt so uncomfortable, it was a horrible experience.”

 

Man runs off with girlfriend

 

It was further learnt that Ryan Shelton sent a text to Jess hours after she had given birth to their son, telling her he was ending their relationship.

 

She added; 

 

“You expect a new grandmother to fall in love with the baby — not the father. 

“She is meant to be a granny to my two children and helping me look after them but instead she’s off shagging my boyfriend.”

 

Man runs off with girlfriend

 

When Jess confronted her mum, she shrugged and said; 

 

“We can’t help who we fall in love with.”

 

Jess had been with car parts salesman Ryan for three years after meeting online. She gave up working as a housekeeper at a Premier Inn in ­Chipping Norton, Oxon, before ­having their first child Georgiana in ­September 2019.

 

Man runs off with girlfriend

 

Recounting how Ryan broke up with her after the birth of their son, she said; 

 

“Ryan had seen baby Reuben for only a few minutes after he was born and then 10 minutes the day afterwards as he was moving all his stuff.

“They were in such a rush. He had even had my mum waiting for him with the car packed in the car park.”

 

Man runs off with girlfriend

 

The new lovers have gone public with their relationship on Facebook, leaving friends and family stunned with the act.  Jess who has now returned to the two-bed rented home she used to share with Ryan in Willersey, said; 

 

“They’ve just been so selfish. I’m horrified.

“How am I supposed to explain to everyone that the kids’ dad and their gran are in a relationship?

“Some of our friends saw his new relationship status on Facebook and were stunned.

“I’ve had lots of messages asking what happened and if I’m OK.

“Last Valentine’s Day Ryan was really romantic and bought me a litre bottle of Gordon’s pink gin, a box of Cadbury’s Milk Tray and a card.

“But this year he’s left me and our children and gone off with my mum. I’ve been put off men for a long time. I’m not looking for a boyfriend any time soon.”

Banks are turning female marketers to sexual slaves – Senator Ayo Akinyelure says as he sponsors Bill to prohibit employment of graduates as casual workers

 


Banks are turning female marketers to sexual slaves ? Senator Ayo Akinyelure says as he sponsors Bill to prohibit employment of graduates as casual workers

Senator Ayo Akinyelure sponsored a bill at the Senate that seeks to stop employers in the private and public sectors from engaging employable Nigerian graduates as casual workers.

 

The Prohibition of Casualisation Bill 2020 scaled second reading on Thursday, Feb 18, and was referred to the Committee on Employment, Labour and Productivity to report back within four weeks.

 

Akinyelure said casualisation of Nigerian graduates in the Nigerian labour market, all because employers want to cut costs, has become worrisome.

 

He said: "Statistics from the Nigeria Labour Congress shows that many workers in the telecommunications, oil and gas sectors are engaged as casual labourers by employers of labours.

 

"Other sectors with thousands of casual labourers include mining, steel, banking and insurance."

 

Akinyelure especially focused on the banking sector. He said banks have turned female marketers into harlots and sexual slaves due to the unrealistic deposit targets they give them.

 

He said: "In the banking and insurance industry, for instance, many young graduates particularly females are employed as marketers and given unrealistic customer deposit targets running into millions."

 

"They are hired and fired at will when such unrealistic targets are not met.

 

"The female among them who are desperate in keeping their jobs turn to harlotry and sex slavery.

 

"They, move from one office to the other looking for invisible customers who have large funds to enable them meet their targets.

 

"It is high time this evil and devilish act is stopped."

 

Supporting, Senator Biodun Olujimi said: "Our girls have been turned into what we cannot imagine.

 

"Most of them have been asked to look for funds, and when they come to us, I always tell them, I do not even have the funds to eat; how can I have funds to keep with you in the bank?

 

"They will never be promoted if they don’t bring in such funds, and this is a banking industry that is privately owned, yes, but has made so much profit, and from the profit they could at least take the few that they can manage properly, rather than take a lot that they will be giving pittance."

 

The Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, in his remark charged the Committee on Employment, Labour and Productivity to strike a balance in the Prohibition of Casualisation Bill to ensure that casual workers in the country were not laid off from their jobs.

Femi Fani-Kayode meets with Yoruba activist, Sunday Igboho (photos)

 


 Femi Fani-Kayode meets with Yoruba activist, Sunday Igboho  (photos)

Former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode on Thursday, February 18, met with Yoruba activist, Sunday Igboho.

 

FFK has been an ardent supporter of Igboho who claims to be fighting for the rights of Yorubas. In January, he gave an eviction order to Fulani herdsmen in Oyo state over allegations that they were behind criminal activities in the state.

 

FFK and Igboho's meeting took place in Ibadan, Oyo state. See more photos below

 

 Femi Fani-Kayode meets with Yoruba activist, Sunday Igboho  (photos) Femi Fani-Kayode meets with Yoruba activist, Sunday Igboho  (photos) Femi Fani-Kayode meets with Yoruba activist, Sunday Igboho  (photos) Femi Fani-Kayode meets with Yoruba activist, Sunday Igboho  (photos)

 

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