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The places affected in iworoko are the barbing salon behind the market women, the newly constructed shops at the market up to the pharmacy shop inside the market.
All the places mentioned above are completely destroyed by the trailer speaking with a eyewitness, it was gathered that the trailer which was coming from Ifaki area was said to have lost its brake and whilst trying to use the kerbs very close to the Iworoko junction as stoppage was said to lost control and jump over to the other side of the market claiming a lot of life one akoto bus that is fully loaded with people has been clear off by the trailer and the corps are still under the trailer now not knowing  how to fetch them.
The trailer enter one house and also clear off the people there. Now they are yet to device a means of fetching them out.  Also some kid playing around are said to be under the trailer now.

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             Tracklist
1 on d low -burna boy
2 lova lova -tiwasage
3 fela in versece -aka
4 fever-wizkid
5 welcome - Olamide
6 kom kom -timaya
7 ikwe -kizz daniel
8 loyal - major lazer
9 barking - ramz
10 way-davolee
11 ghetto - kizz daniel
12 bad energy - skepta
ye - burna boy
13 owo epo - Zoko
14 report card - harysong
15 mama d mama - 2 face
16 happy - kizz daniel
17 awe - zoko
18 killa - soft
19 case - teni
20 blessing - reekardo
21 work it - korede Belo
22 oga - yemi alade
23 one ticket - kizz
24 nwa baby - davido
25 sexcellency - yonda
26 madu - kizz
27 sensima -skibi
28 posh - mayokun
29 Gucci snake - wizzy
30 turn up - rekardo
31 fallen love- classic
32 oyibe _ kizz
33 somebody dey - kizz daniel
34 self made - lyta
35 ori mi - dj xclusive
36 askamya - teni
37 lele yi - lil kesh
38 kalamo - slimcase
39 again o - lil kesh
40 leg over - dj kentalky
41 zanku - zlatan
42 spell buhari - paul cleverlee
43 tiff - demivee
44 magun - niniola
45 bana - ninola
46 diet - dj enimony
47 logo benz - lil kesh
48 ninu aye - gentle dee
49 jogor - zlatan
50 lagos beat - darmex
51 wait - dj neptune
52 jowabayi - damibliz
53 alert - dj kaywise
54 gbese - qdot
55 shanigbangba -hyperman lucky
56 pelee - la crown
     outro
G.T.A mixtape
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From the stable of CLASSIC DJ BROWN we presents to you GTA “Mixtape” (Grand theft Audio)
G.T A MIXTAPE
      Tracklist

1 on d low -burna boy
2 lova lova -tiwasage
3 fela in versece -aka
4 fever-wizkid
5 welcome - Olamide
6 kom kom -timaya
7 ikwe -kizz daniel
8 loyal - major lazer
9 barking - ramz
10 way-davolee
11 ghetto - kizz daniel
12 bad energy - skepta
ye - burna boy
13 owo epo - Zoko
14 report card - harysong
15 mama d mama - 2 face
16 happy - kizz daniel
17 awe - zoko
18 killa - soft
19 case - teni
20 blessing - reekardo
21 work it - korede Belo
22 oga - yemi alade
23 one ticket - kizz
24 nwa baby - davido
25 sexcellency - yonda
26 madu - kizz
27 sensima -skibi
28 posh - mayokun
29 Gucci snake - wizzy
30 turn up - rekardo
31 fallen love- classic
32 oyibe _ kizz
33 somebody dey - kizz daniel
34 self made - lyta
35 ori mi - dj xclusive
36 askamya - teni
37 lele yi - lil kesh
38 kalamo - slimcase
39 again o - lil kesh
40 leg over - dj kentalky
41 zanku - zlatan
42 spell buhari - paul cleverlee
43 tiff - demivee
44 magun - niniola
45 bana - ninola
46 diet - dj enimony
47 logo benz - lil kesh
48 ninu aye - gentle dee
49 jogor - zlatan
50 lagos beat - darmex
51 wait - dj neptune
52 jowabayi - damibliz
53 alert - dj kaywise
54 gbese - qdot
55 shanigbangba -hyperman lucky
56 pelee - la crown
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The Nigerian government has reached an agreement with striking university lecturers, raising the possibility of ending the teachers’ prolonged industrial action.
The national president of the Academic Staff Union of Universities(ASUU), Biodun Ogunyemi, said the National Executive Committee of the union will review its decisions based on the new commitment by the federal government.
He said the strike could only be called off after the NEC meeting. He did not say when the meeting will hold.
“We have had an extensive session, looking at all the issues,” he said.
According to him, there are issues that will require further consultations before the union can suspend its strike.
”In view of this, government has promised to reach us as soon as possible with a written proposal on those areas we need further consultations. And when we receive that, we shall treat accordingly and get back to the appropriate quarters,” he said.
The lecturers have been on strike since November 4, 2018, to demand improved funding of universities and implementation of previous agreements with the government.
After the Monday meeting, the labour minister, Chris Ngige, said an agreement had been reached.
According to him, the accountant general and the ministry of finance have confirmed with evidence that N15.4 billion had been released to public universities.
On earned allowances, Mr Ngige said President Buhari has approved N20 billion to be used to offset the outstanding arrears of the 2009 to 2012 verified earnings in the universities.
He said the earned allowances will be released to ASUU as soon as the process is completed.
“ASUU has fulfilled their side in time for the pension administrator to take care of pension of their staff. They earlier gave ASUU a temporary licence and ASUU has done the needful to get their licence. So, it is resolved,” he said.
Speaking on the issue of state universities, Mr Ngige said an eight-member committee has been put in place to meet with governors.
He said the Goodluck Jonathan administration entered an agreement of N220 billion annual university funding with ASUU for the next 6 years, starting from 2009.
He said the federal government will look for resources to meet the commitment and ASUU has been offered some token to show good faith.
Mr Ngige said the union should take the resolution of the meeting back to its members and get back to the government on Thursday.
”These are the major issues we discussed and ASUU is supposed to take back the resolution of these meetings to their members. We expect that they will get back to us by Thursday,” he said.

The federal government disclosed that it will resume the negotiation process with the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) today, with a view to putting an end to the ongoing industrial action embarked on by the striking lecturers.

Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige, gave the hint in a statement issued in Abuja by director of Press in the ministry, Mr Samuel Olowookere.

According to the statement, the meeting is in furtherance to efforts at resolving the on-going industrial action embarked upon by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).

“The Minister of Labour and Employment Senator Chris Ngige is scheduled to hold a meeting with the Executive of ASUU. The conciliatory meeting is scheduled to hold on Jan. 7, at Minister’s Conference Room by 30:30 pm prompt.

ASUU on November 5, 2018 had commenced an indefinite strike to push for certain demands based on agreement reached with the government in 2009.

One of the demands is the replacement of Dr Wale Babalakin as the chairman of government’s renegotiating team of the 2009 ASUU/federal government agreement.

Other issues are non-payment of earned allowance, funding of revitalisation of the Nigerian universities, implementation of needs assessment report, poor funding of state universities, among others.

The federal government, as part of efforts to end the strike, commenced meetings with ASUU leadership on November 15, 2018.

Abiodun Nejo,  Ado Ekiti
Ekiti State Governor Kayode Fayemi has appointed coordinating directors for the 16 local government areas of the state.
A statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Yinka Oyebode, on Tuesday said the appointments  were “in a bid to strengthen local government administration in the state for better performance”. The  coordinating directors  are  to superintendent the councils.
 The State House of Assembly last week placed the elected chairmen and councillors of the 16 council areas of the state on an indefinite suspension over  alleged corruption and mismanagement pending outcome of ongoing investigation into the finances of the councils under their watch.
 The appointees include  Mr S. O Andero (Irepodun/Ifelodun Council), Mr Akinwumi Foluso (Ikere), Mr Borisade Yinka (Ekiti South West), Mr Sesan Aina (Ado), Mr Ayo  Aluko (Oye), Mrs Toba Ojo  T. S (Moba), L. S Oladunjoye (Ise-Orun) and Agbaje S. A (Ijero).

Abiodun Nejo, Ado Ekiti
Former governor of Ekiti State, Mr Ayodele Fayose, has accused the Federal Government of plotting to hide under the killings in Zamfara State by armed bandits to impose emergency rule on the state.
Fayose alleged that the ultimate goal of the planned emergency rule was to pave way for a fresh electoral process in the state so that the All Progressives Congress could field candidates for elections in the state. The former governor, who is the Southwest Coordinator of the Peoples Democratic Party Presidential Campaign Council, alleged that the plot was a reaction to Independent National Electoral Commission’s refusal to allow APC field candidates for 2019 general election in Zamfara State due to non-compliance with the Electoral Act.
In a statement personally signed by Fayose and made available to journalists in Ado Ekiti on Tuesday, the former governor stated, “With emergency rule, there will only be Presidential and National Assembly elections in the state in February next year while governorship and state House of Assembly elections will be postponed till May”. The former governor, who said “using the killings to achieve political goal is not only wicked but inhuman.” He urged the  Federal Government “to admit its failure and apologise to the people of Zamfara State, who were left at the mercy of armed bandits. “Zamfara State Governor, Abdul-aziz Yari Abubakar, should return home and stand up for his people instead of staying away and acting politically correct while his people are being killed.
“The Federal Government must be reminded that under the PDP government of Dr Goodluck Jonathan, emergency rule was declared in three states in the Northeast without dismantling democratic institutions”. He called on well-meaning Nigerians to prevail on the APC led Federal Government to avoid jeopardising democracy in the country by going ahead with its plot to manipulate the 2019 general elections like it was done in the Ekiti and Osun States governorship elections.

Teni The Entertainer presents a brand new single titled “Uyo Meyo“.
Teni Makanaki keeps showing she is a born talent, full of vibes, lyrics and melody. The crowned entertainer who is currently enjoying a successful year took to her social media to announce a coming surprise for her fans on her birthday. Teni who was born today 23rd of December dish out a brand new joyful song “Uyo Meyo”.
This new song is the complete version of the freestyle she posted on her graduation day. “Uyo Meyo” is a thoughtful song of joy and hope, don’t miss out on this. Happy Brithday Teni The Entertianer!




Haaj silver who was newly signed by 9ice to Ancestral Records , has decided to drop his first single under the label , titled NESESERY which contains sensational and emotional love contents...In an interview with press , Haaj Silver mentioned that "this is his very best song , since the beginning of his musical career" and also emphasized that the project took him 5 months. With the extraordinary productive work of Tantolistic and Smoothkiss ,NESESERY is the song of the year!! You don't wanna miss this, just click the download button and enjoy yourselves.!

President Muhammadu Buhari has urged the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to suspend its on-going industrial action in the interest of the country.
Buhari gave the charge on Tuesday during the 3rd Convocation Ceremony of the Alex Ekwueme-Federal University, Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo (AE-FUNAI) Ebonyi.
DAILY POST had reported that the ongoing strike declared by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) continues as the leaders of the union and the Federal government failed to reach an agreement again.
According to NAN, Buhari, who was represented by Mr Victor Onuoha, Deputy Executive Secretary of the National Universities Commission (NUC) said government was aware of the challenges confronting the sector.


“We are not unmindful of the funding challenge faced by the education sector, occasioned by dwindling resources and other competing national needs.
“We will, however, continue doing the needful to improve the nation’s educational sector within available, limited resources,” he said.
The President said that his administration realised the importance of education in nation building and pledged its continued support and provision to the sector.
“We will continue providing specific infrastructure through annual appropriation and other interventions such as the Tertiary Education Trust (TET) Fund, NEEDS assessment, among others.
“Universities have critical roles to play in nation building as they must justify their establishment through excellent, production-based research activities, innovative ideas, empowerment of youths among others,” he said.

Allan Mbote, a Kenyan footballer has been killed by lightning while celebrating his team’s goal.
Five other players also injured by the lightning during Nangina Ward Football Tournament at Luchululo village
The player was celebrating Red Sharks’ equalizer against their opponents on Sunday when he was struck by lightning
The Standard, Kenya, reports that the 20-year-old Mbote, was also a Kenyatta University student.
He played as a defender for his team.
Three of the players are still on admission at Nangina Mission Hospital.
Kenyatta University has confirmed the death of the second year student.
The MP for the area, Dr. Oundo Mudenyo also sent his condolence as he wrote:
“Some tragedies are hard to take: lightening striking a player during a soccer match! RIP Allan Mbote.”


Track list for :-

1.Did they catch me - danny's ft dj moremuzic
2.Pelee -LA crown
3.Pelee -zlanta ft ypee
4.December banger -DJ yk
5.Kase -mc galaxy
6.Merule -Miz kizz ft slimcase
7.Ponmo -skaily
8.Hee eff cee cee -zlanta ft qdot
9.Iju ishaga beat -DJ yk
10.Gbese -Hdesign
11.Smoker beat -DJ yk
12.Gbese -qdot
13.Transmission -lord sky
14.Tremendous -DJ moremuzic
15.Omo oloja -LA crown
16.Did dey cught me refix-DJ moremuzic
17. Mmili -phyno.
18.Time to party -flavour
19.My dear -don jazzy
20.Ijo wakanda -orezi
21.wait -DJ Neptune ft kiss Daniel
22.O'crazy -skales
23.garbage -cash money
24.See Mary see Jesus -olamide ft djkaywise
25.issa goal -DJ xclusive
26.irobo -Zoko ft seriki
27.everyday is not Christmas -olamide
28.candy -DJ oskido
29.dada -solidstar ft BUSISWA
30.wokonmije -DJ spenum
31.I will survive -riqque cexstus
32.kill the shot -ZOKO.

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Jubilations broke out in Ado Ekiti, the Ekiti State capital, on Monday as the Ado Ekiti Division of the Federal High Court dismissed the suit filed by former Governor of Ekiti State, Chief Segun Oni, to challenge the eligibility of Governor Kayode Fayemi to contest in the July 14 governorship election in the state.
 
Fayemi’s supporters and well-wishers gathered at the pavilion and Fajuyi Park to celebrate the court victory amid drumming and dancing.
 
Oni, who was an All Progressives Congress aspirant in the election, in the suit, challenged Fayemi’s eligibility on the grounds that the governor did not resign his appointment as a minister 30 days before the party primaries and as well that he was indicted by the Justice Silas Oyewole-led commission of inquiry last year.
 
The commission of inquiry was set up by the former Governor Ayodele Fayose to probe the finances of the state government when Fayemi was governor of the state between 2010 and 2014.
 
Among others, Oni, through his counsel, Chief Anthony Adeniyi, prayed the court to void the votes cast for Fayemi in the primaries for refusing to resign and the indictment, withdraw the certificate of return issued to Fayemi, declaring Oni as duly nominated APC candidate and as well duly elected governor in the July 14 election.
 
But Fayemi, though his lawyer, Chief Rafiu Balogun, who urged the court to strike out Oni’s suit for lack of merit, said Fayemi was not a public servant nor an official of the APC hence the resignation clause was not binding just as he said an Abuja court had quashed the decision of the commission of inquiry.
The case, which had earlier begun at an Abuja Division of Federal High Court was transferred to Ado Ekiti last month.
 
Security was beefed up in the court area as no fewer than 17 police pick up vans were stationed around the court in addition to an armour personnel carrier stationed at the pavilion area.
 
Justice Uche Agomoh, while delivering her two-hour judgment on Monday, dismissed the suit for lacking in merit, saying, “I am of the firm view that the originating summons is hereby dismissed.”
 
Agomoh, who resolved the issues for determination in favour of Fayemi, said the governor could not be disqualified on the basis of the report of the Commission of Inquiry whereby an Abuja court had quashed the indictment.
 
The judge said: “Indictment does not satisy the definition of conviction. He cannot be disqualified”.
 
Agomoh also said: “The issue of 30 days resignation before election does not apply in this case,” saying the applicant’s claim that Fayemi was an official of the APC and a public servant could not be proved.
 
According to the judge, Fayemi, as a minister of the federation was not a public servant but a political office holder and an appointee of the President, hence the 30 days resignation stipulation did not apply.
 
Counsel to Oni in his response, said, “We are going to study this judgment to determine the next cause of action”.
 
In his response, lawyer to Fayemi described the judgment as wonderful, saying “the court agreed with the positions of the law in arriving at the verdict.”
 
APC Deputy State Chairman, Sola Elesin, described the judgment as “a victory for our party. Our candidate, who is now governor, is one of the best in the country. He won the election fair and square.”

Alleged N27b fraud: EFCC picks ex-governor’s son
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) yesterday confirmed the arrest of Ogbonna Orji , is one of the children of a former Abia State Governor Theodore Orji.
It, however, denied the arrest of the sons of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar.
The commission described the purported raid on the apartments of Atiku’s sons for foreign currencies as another tales by moonlight.
The EFCC also said it did not block or freeze the accounts of Atiku’s running mate and former Anambra State Governor Peter Obi.
It made the clarifications in a statement by its Acting Head of Media and Publicity, Mr. Tony Orilade.
The statement reads: “We have received several calls and email messages asking us to confirm the arrest of the sons of the presidential candidate of the People Democratic Party, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, as being alleged in some quarters.
“Some also said we raided the apartments of Atiku’s son looking for foreign currencies. This is nothing but another tales by moonlight.
“It is in the news that we have been investigating the former Abia governor, Senator Theodore Orji over alleged N27 billion money laundering. In the course of investigation, we discovered that he laundered part of the money through his sons.
“We have been on the trail of some of the purchases made by his son including the cars the boys allegedly bought.
“Last Friday, we traced one of the cars to a night club in Abuja. In order not to cause panic, we waited until the business of the club was over and when the owner of the suspected car entered to take off, we arrested him and his friend who has a similar brand of car. That was about 5am on Saturday, December 8, 2018.
“The two boys we arrested were Ogbonna Orji, 32, and Kelvin Ilonah. While Orji’s car, a Range Rover is valued at about N100 million, Ilonah’s car also a Range Rover, is valued at about N35 million.”
The statement gave the details of the interrogation of the governor’s son and his friend.
“In the course of further interrogation, the two boys led us to their apartment, three flats, and documents retrieved from the apartment showed it was rented for N13 million each per annum.
“Another new Prado Jeep, a 2017 model was recovered from the boys in the compound. The two boys in question gave useful information to the commission, which is helping in our further investigation.
“The EFCC, as a responsible organisation is abreast of the establishment mandate and we shall not deviate from such mandate.
“We never went after Atiku’s sons, neither were Atiku’s sons among the two boys arrested. There is no link whatsoever to Atiku.
“Only last week, PDP was alleged to have raised alarm that the commission blocked and or freeze the accounts of the vice presidential candidate of the PDP, Peter Obi.
“Again, this was another lie which we immediately punctured as there was no truth in it whatsoever, to the accusation. Till now, only silence has prevailed from the camp of the accusers.”

Bola Bamigbola, Osogbo
An herbalist, Amos Sulaimon, has said that he told his client, Supo Bamidele, to bring a human head and wrists in order to discourage him from engaging in money ritual.
Sulaimon, who was paraded by the Osun State Commissioner of Police, Mr Fimihan Adeoye, in Osogbo, alongside his client, said he had never been involved in money rituals.
Adeoye told journalists that Bamidele was caught with a severed head and wrist in Ile-Ife, and upon his arrest, he told the police that his herbalist asked him to bring the human parts for ritual.
Explaining what transpired between him and his client, Sulaimon stated, “I am an herbalist and I live and work in Ile-Ife. Bamidele had been coming to me to seek spiritual assistance. I inherited this job from my father and we don’t engage in money rituals.
“I don’t do evil nor engage in money rituals. In the last four months, Bamidele had been disturbing me for spiritual assistance, because he claimed that his business was not doing well and that he wanted a charm that could improve his fortunes.
“Because he would not allow me to rest, I told him to bring a human head and wrist. It was a ploy to scare him away. I never knew he would go to the extent of looking for the items.”
Responding to questions from journalists, Bamidele, who sells planks, said he resorted to fortune-changing charms because he was not doing well in the business.
Bamidele added that his wife and children had left him because he could not provide for their needs.
He added that he exhumed a corpse at a burial ground in Onikooko area of Ile-Ife, severed the head and wrist, and headed for the residence of the herbalist.
“I was, however, caught inside a tricycle that I took while going to my herbalist’s house. I didn’t know any of the people buried in the cemetery; I just went there and took the parts that I needed,” he stated.

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