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Facts and fallacies of the just ended doctors strike

Kidnappings, killings: Doctors, nurses on strike in Ogun

…Bandits kidnap women in Oyo …Hunters await govt’s approval to rescue victims …NURTW commences e-tracking of vehicles By Ola Ajayi, Shina Abubakar & James Ogunnaike The high-level insecurity in the country, which has culminated in the spate of kidnappings in Ogun State, has compelled health workers in the state, under the aegis of the National
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Ogun creates trust fund for Sports Development

Projects: Ogun and governance-as-continuum paradigm

Watchers of developments in the country’s political landscape must have been thrilled with last weekend’s pronouncements by the Ogun State governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, reiterating his administration’s commitment to completing the road projects awarded but abandoned by the immediate-past administration of Senator Ibikunle Amosun.

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Farmer/Herders Clash: Never allow disputes degenerate into violence ― Abiodun

We’re determined to complete all abandoned projects in Ogun — Abiodun

By James Ogunnaike Ogun State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, has reiterated his administration’s resolve to ensure that any meaningful project that the commonwealth of the state have been invested by previous administration are completed. Governor Abiodun who gave the assurance when he inspected the ongoing construction of the Ishasi-Denro-Akute road in Ifo local government area
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Yoruba, Hausa tensions in Oyo, Ogun: Don’t take the law into your hands, Akeredolu, Fayemi warn

…Four dead, houses  razed as youths give herders 7-day ultimatum to quit Yewa By Dayo Johnson and James Ogunnaike Tension brewed in Ogun State, yesterday, where hoodlums suspected to be herdsmen allegedly launched an attack on Orile-Igbooro in Yewa North local government area, killing no fewer than four persons. Sunday Vanguard gathered that houses were
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Residents of Ogun community decry road vandalism by land grabbers

Again, herdsmen attack another Ogun community

….kill four, injure several people, raze houses James Ogunnaike ABEOKUTA – Hoodlums suspected to be Fulani herdsmen on Friday night launched an attack on Orile-Igbooro in Yewa North local government area of Ogun State, killing no fewer than four persons. Vanguard reliability gathered that houses were set ablaze, while several people sustained varying degrees of
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