Adeleke’s Hope Dashed, As Appeal Court Upholds Oyetola Victory

By Akinwale Kasali The hope of People’s Democratic Party, PDP, governorship candidate In the last Osun State Governorship Election, Senator Ademola Adeleke, had been dealt a big blow following the Appeal Court ruling. The Court of Appeal sitting in Abuja has set aside the judgement of the Osun State Governorship tribunal which nullified the election of Governor Gboyega Oyerola In her lead Judgement, Justice Hannatu Sankey set aside the entire proceedings of the tribunal because of the faulty composition of the tribunal The judgment is upheld by four Justices of…

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Unity Bank Partners CBN To Assist Cotton Farmers

Forward moving Tier two lender Unity Bank has moved a notch higher Plc in line with its commitment to grow the Nigerian economy using Agriculture as the major catalyst. The Tomi Somefun-led bank has therefore entered into a major partnership with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the National Cotton Association of Nigeria (NACOTAN) by flagging off distribution of Seeds/inputs supplies to Cotton farmers for the 2019 planting season nationwide. The distribution is part of the Anchor Borrowers Programme, an Agricultural Development finance initiative of the CBN operated as an on-lending scheme with participating financial…

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Osun Guber: Adeleke Jets Out As Oyetola Wins Appeal

The PDP governorship candidate in Osun state, Ademola Adeleke probably had premonition that the judgment of Court of Appeal will not favour him, this must have informed his decision to travel out of the country yesterday. The senator who’s under trial over issue relating to his WAEC certificate was only allowed to leave the country after he has been cleared by the court to do so. But barely few hours after he left the country, a five man panel of the court has ruled that Governor Gboyega Oyetola of the…

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In One Swift Act Of Rage, Ganduje Desecrates 214 Years Old Emirate

By Uche Mbah The balkanization of the ancient Kano Emirate has elicited several reactions from prominent Nigerians who see it as a frontal attack on a monumental heritage by an incumbent Governor whose sense of outrage against the incumbent Emir, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, has been translated into an act that goes beyond the current occupant of the throne. And Umar Ghanduje is so fixated on the present infractions that he could not see the big picture. No, it is not about Sanusi, who is just a temporary occupant of the…

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