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Admissions In progress @A1 Premier Model Academy Limited, Osogbo

Admissions In progress @A1 Premier Model Academy Limited, Osogbo

 





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Still Available At Auction Price In Osogbo: Place your Bid Now!

Still Available At Auction Price In Osogbo: Place your Bid Now!



A Standard 3 bedroom flat


This is "buy everything" auction that is now available in Osogbo, Osun State capital.

The buy "everything" includes all the home accessories that are found the house (beds, plasma TVs, generator, prepaid metre, water tank, AC, etc.)



Address: Block 24, plot 12,  federal housing estate, owode Ilesha, Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria.

Price: #35m

For Direct What'sapp Bidding: 
Pemi - 08036845265
Dele - 08080895259


























Address: Block 24, plot 12,  federal housing estate, owode Ilesha, Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria.

For Direct What'sapp Bidding: 
Pemi - 08036845265
Dele - 08080895259

More Enquiry: What'sapp



A Standard 3 bedroom flat


This is "buy everything" auction that is now available in Osogbo, Osun State capital.

The buy "everything" includes all the home accessories that are found the house (beds, plasma TVs, generator, prepaid metre, water tank, AC, etc.)



Address: Block 24, plot 12,  federal housing estate, owode Ilesha, Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria.

Price: #35m

For Direct What'sapp Bidding: 
Pemi - 08036845265
Dele - 08080895259


























Address: Block 24, plot 12,  federal housing estate, owode Ilesha, Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria.

For Direct What'sapp Bidding: 
Pemi - 08036845265
Dele - 08080895259

More Enquiry: What'sapp

ISESE DAY: Osun govt. Declares Friday work-free day

ISESE DAY: Osun govt. Declares Friday work-free day


The Osun State Government has declared Friday, a work-free day in marking this year’s Isese Day, even though the celebration would be without fanfare as Covid 19 pandemic still remains a threat.

According to a statement on Wednesday signed by Osun state Commissioner for Home Affairs, Alhaji Tajudeen Lawal, the celebration would be low-key because of the increasing cases of COVID-19.

The statement congratulated the traditional worshippers in the state on the occasion of this year’s Isese Day and appealed to them to be peaceful and law-abiding in their conduct before, during, and after the festival.


Also the statement enjoined them to continue to support the Oyetola administration and emphasised the need for the residents to continue to embrace Omoluabi ethos.

 “On the part of the “Isese Day” participants, we urged
them to observe the COVID-19 Protocols especially the use of nose mask, social/physical distancing among other safety protocols before, during and after this year’s celebration.”


The Osun State Government has declared Friday, a work-free day in marking this year’s Isese Day, even though the celebration would be without fanfare as Covid 19 pandemic still remains a threat.

According to a statement on Wednesday signed by Osun state Commissioner for Home Affairs, Alhaji Tajudeen Lawal, the celebration would be low-key because of the increasing cases of COVID-19.

The statement congratulated the traditional worshippers in the state on the occasion of this year’s Isese Day and appealed to them to be peaceful and law-abiding in their conduct before, during, and after the festival.


Also the statement enjoined them to continue to support the Oyetola administration and emphasised the need for the residents to continue to embrace Omoluabi ethos.

 “On the part of the “Isese Day” participants, we urged
them to observe the COVID-19 Protocols especially the use of nose mask, social/physical distancing among other safety protocols before, during and after this year’s celebration.”

Osun Osogbo Festival: 7 died as Osun records more than six dozens Civid-19 cases in the last two weeks

Osun Osogbo Festival: 7 died as Osun records more than six dozens Civid-19 cases in the last two weeks


On Friday, the Osun State Government, in a statement by its Commissioner for Information and Civic Orientation, Mrs Funke Egbemode, said seven persons had died of COVID-19 in the last two weeks, while 74 cases were recorded within the period.

Expressing concern over the nonchalant attitude of residents to safety protocols, Egbemode said it had become imperative for citizens to consciously take personal responsibility for their own safety because the third wave of the pandemic has berthed in the state.

According to the commissioner: “In the last two weeks, the state has recorded 74 cases with seven mortality. We can no longer afford to treat our protection with levity. We must wear masks religiously and avoid crowded spaces like a plague. It is becoming more obvious that our lives depend on how well we adhere to safety protocols.

“Osun’s daily coronavirus case tallies and mortality rate are becoming alarming. The effects of the virus keep getting worse by the day because our compliance level is deplorable and alarming. Our people need to take responsibility for their own safety, by ensuring that they take the COVID-19 test to be sure of their status, especially when they feel ill.

“Let us leave no chance for costly assumptions and be deliberate about boosting our immunity. Partying and appearances at densely-populated locations has become dangerous all over. We are back to ground zero with the virus, and we cannot continue to pretend like it doesn’t exist. The current statistics signal a precarious situation.”

Data available on the website of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control on Friday showed that 753 new confirmed cases and five deaths were recorded on August 12, 2021 in 14 states, namely Lagos (364), Akwa Ibom (141), Oyo (74), Rivers (46), Abia (38), Ogun (24), Kwara (20), Imo (19), FCT (12), Ekiti (10), Delta (nine), Edo (six), Plateau (five), and Bayelsa (one).

As if the country today, 180,661 cases have been confirmed and 2,200 deaths have been recorded in 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory.



On Friday, the Osun State Government, in a statement by its Commissioner for Information and Civic Orientation, Mrs Funke Egbemode, said seven persons had died of COVID-19 in the last two weeks, while 74 cases were recorded within the period.

Expressing concern over the nonchalant attitude of residents to safety protocols, Egbemode said it had become imperative for citizens to consciously take personal responsibility for their own safety because the third wave of the pandemic has berthed in the state.

According to the commissioner: “In the last two weeks, the state has recorded 74 cases with seven mortality. We can no longer afford to treat our protection with levity. We must wear masks religiously and avoid crowded spaces like a plague. It is becoming more obvious that our lives depend on how well we adhere to safety protocols.

“Osun’s daily coronavirus case tallies and mortality rate are becoming alarming. The effects of the virus keep getting worse by the day because our compliance level is deplorable and alarming. Our people need to take responsibility for their own safety, by ensuring that they take the COVID-19 test to be sure of their status, especially when they feel ill.

“Let us leave no chance for costly assumptions and be deliberate about boosting our immunity. Partying and appearances at densely-populated locations has become dangerous all over. We are back to ground zero with the virus, and we cannot continue to pretend like it doesn’t exist. The current statistics signal a precarious situation.”

Data available on the website of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control on Friday showed that 753 new confirmed cases and five deaths were recorded on August 12, 2021 in 14 states, namely Lagos (364), Akwa Ibom (141), Oyo (74), Rivers (46), Abia (38), Ogun (24), Kwara (20), Imo (19), FCT (12), Ekiti (10), Delta (nine), Edo (six), Plateau (five), and Bayelsa (one).

As if the country today, 180,661 cases have been confirmed and 2,200 deaths have been recorded in 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory.


BLOODY: APC intra-party crises deepens as factions clash in Osogbo

BLOODY: APC intra-party crises deepens as factions clash in Osogbo

 

Gunshots were heard along Ogo-Oluw- Abere route of the popular Gbangan/Ibadan road of the anti-riot police deployed to ensure peace is restored at the APC party Secretariat when the two factions clashed.

The movement of vehicles were also brief interrupted as a result of the violence confrontation at the APC party office beside GTBank.

The known two factions of the ruling party in the state aeparately control by the incumbent Governor of the state Mr Gboyega Oyetola and his predecessor who is also present Interior Minister Ogbeni Rauf Adesoji Aregbesola are at longer head for the battle to control the party.



More details later.

 

Gunshots were heard along Ogo-Oluw- Abere route of the popular Gbangan/Ibadan road of the anti-riot police deployed to ensure peace is restored at the APC party Secretariat when the two factions clashed.

The movement of vehicles were also brief interrupted as a result of the violence confrontation at the APC party office beside GTBank.

The known two factions of the ruling party in the state aeparately control by the incumbent Governor of the state Mr Gboyega Oyetola and his predecessor who is also present Interior Minister Ogbeni Rauf Adesoji Aregbesola are at longer head for the battle to control the party.



More details later.

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