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BREAKINGNEWS: LAGOS APC LAWMAKER, TUNDE BRAIMOH, IS DEAD

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ACCORDING TO A CLOSE MEMBER OF THE FAMILY , BRAIMOH DIED EARLY HOURS OF FRIDAY.

HE WAS TWO TIMES CHAIRMAN OF KOSOFE LGC AND CURRENTLY SERVING HIS SECOND TIME IN THE LAGOS HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.

UNTIL HIS DEMISE, BRAIMOH, WHO IS A LAWYER, HEADED COMMITTEE ON INFORMATION, SECURITY AND STRATEGY IN THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.

IT WOULD BE RECALLED THAT, THE FORMER SENATOR, BAYO OSINOWO, WHO DIED RECENTLY WAS ALSO FROM KOSOFE LGA.

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BREAKINGNEWS: Ogun politician, Buruji Kashamu dies of COVID-19

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Ben Murray-Bruce who broke the news on Twitter said Kashamu died at First Cardiologist Consultants in Lagos.

 

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Buhari fetes with labour Minister Chris Ngige as he turns 68

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President Buhari has saluted the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, as he turned 68 on Friday Aug. 8.

Buhari made his feelings known in a statement by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr Femi Adesina, in Abuja on Friday.

The statement said the president joined the medical community, labour fraternity, the legislature where the celebrator served as Senator, and people of Anambra whom he served as governor, to salute Ngige for his meritorious stewardship to the community, state, country and humanity.

He wished him improved health, strength and sound mind.

President Buhari wished the minister well in all his endeavours as he continued to serve as conciliator-general between government and organised labour.

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Political developments in Edo a threat to constitutional order – Atiku

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The political developments unfolding in Edo state have been described as a threat to constitutional order, by former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar.
Abubakar, in his verified tweeter handle on Thursday, urged the forces behind the developments to reign in their proxies, and abide by the rule of law to allow the people elect who they wanted to govern them.
“Nigeria has been on the edge due to the brinkmanship of those charged with the constitutional leadership.

“We must, as a nation, not escalate the already tense atmosphere in our polity. What is happening in Edo is a threat to constitutional order nationwide.

“I strongly urge belligerent forces to reign in their proxies, and abide by the rule of law. As I have previously said, without the rule of law, there will be no rule at all.

The current goings-on portend grave danger, not only to law and order in that state, but to the coming Edo elections.

“The people of Edo should be allowed to choose who they wish to govern them, and that choice is to be made on Sept. 19.

“Pending then, everything legally possible must be done to preserve the status quo,” Atiku said

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