Wife delivers Emotional Tribute at Dudu Heritage’s Burial in Ibadan

IBADAN/Nigeria: The remains of Mr Ola Ibironke, the late Ibadan Golf Club (IGC) Captain was on Friday interred in Ibadan amidst tribute and tears. The deceased popularly known as Dudu Heritage died on Sunday, Sept. 12, within the IGC arena after a training session. He was buried at Eternal Home Cemetery along Oyo Road, after the planting of a tree in his honour at IGC premises and a funeral service at All Saints Church Jericho, Ibadan. Mrs Bimbo Oshin-Ibironke, a popular Yoruba movie actress and wife of the deceased, described…

WORLD FOOD DAY: Stakeholders Caution Farmers Against Early Irrigation Farming Irrigation

KANO/Nigeria: Stakeholders have cautioned  farmers in Kano, against early irrigation farming, to make up for the shortage of rain witnessed during the 2021 rainy season so as to avoid hunger. The stakeholders gave the warning at an event in Kano on Saturday, while conducting an awareness to commemorate 2021 World Food Day. Mr Abubakar Usman, Chairman of Silvex International, an agro allied company, said that the global warming had already impacted negatively on farming. Usman highlighted the need for social responsibility, to reduce the effects of global warming on the…

Be Good Ambassadors Of Your Alma Mater, Ossai Charges School Leavers

MBIRI/Nigeria: Delta State Commissioner for Primary Education, Mr. Chika Ossai has charged graduating students of the Command Secondary School, Mbiri in Ika North East Local Government Area of the state to be good ambassadors of their alma mata. Mr. Ossai gave the advice at Mbiri during the 11th Annual Graduation/ Price giving day ceremony of the school. The commissioner,  who was represented by his Technical Assistant and an Assistant Director in the state Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education, Dr. Michael Emeshili , urged the graduants and the entire students…

Anambra Gubernatorial Election Will Be “Embarrassingly” Transparent – INEC

AWKA/Nigeria: The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), says the Nov. 6 Anambra governorship election will be embarrassingly transparent as it has put facilities in place to achieve an all inclusive electoral process. INEC’s Resident Electoral Commissioner, REC, Anambra state, Dr Nwachukwu Orji, made the assertion in Awka, on Saturday during a voter education and sensitisation forum for Persons with disabilities (PWDs) and Women groups. The programme was organised in collaboration with the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES), the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Consortium for…