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Injustice and failed family system responsible for insecurity in the country

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Injustice and failed family system responsible for insecurity in the country - Senator Okorocha says

Former Imo state governor, Rochas Okorocha, says the rising insecurity in the country can be attributed to injustice and failed family system in the country.

 

Okorocha said this while receiving an award of excellence from the United Business Women Association of Nigeria and Diaspora recently.

 

In his words;

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“A woman is a special creation by God. Women are givers and custodians of life. Nations that ignore their women are considered failed nations while nations that make good use of their women are called developed nations.

So, if Nigeria must rise again, then we must make a turnaround and look at the women. If we don’t carry the women along, we are in for a very serious trouble.

If any nation must get it right, it has to start from the family. It is the bad family system that we have today that has given rise to insurgency and other criminality in the country.

No sane woman who gives birth to a child will allow the child to go astray.

The problem is that we have not taken care of the women and we have not empowered the women. Whatever you give a woman is what you get in return. While we men have succeeded in dividing this country along religious and ethnic lines, the women have remained a force of unity. For as long as we have not empowered the women in the house to give us good family, for as long as our politicians continue on the path of injustice, insurgency, kidnapping will never stop”

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Man arrested for allegedly killing his mother in-law in Ogun (photo)

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A 28-year-old man, Opeyemi Adeola Ganiyu, has been arrested by men of Ogun state police command for allegedly killing his mother-in-law, Abosede Oyewole. 

A statement released by DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, spokesperson of the state police command, states that the suspect was arrested following a report made at Atan Ota divisional headquarters by one Odunayo Mathew, who reported that the suspect, who is married to the daughter of the deceased, is fond of beating his wife on slight provocation.

 

”On a fateful day, the suspect, as usual, had beaten up his wife and inflicted injuries on her. The deceased went to meet him in order to warn him to desist from beating her daughter.

On sighting the deceased in his house, the suspect descended heavily on her, beat her mercilessly before stabbing her on her ribs with a knife. 

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The deceased was rushed to a hospital for treatment but gave up the ghost in the process. 

Having heard that the victim has died, the suspect took to flight. The Dpo Atan ota division csp Abolade Oladigbolu there and then detailed his detectives to go after him and bring him to justice. The detectives embarked on intelligence based investigation, which led them to his hideout in Ikorodu Lagos state where he was eventually apprehended. 

Preliminary investigation revealed that, the suspect is a member of notorious cult group in the area. He was also one of those who led hoodlums to burn down Atan ota police division during the endsars protest, and killed the divisional crime officer on the 21st of October 2020.”the statement in part read

 

Oyeyemi added that the state Commissioner of Police, Edward Awolowo Ajogun, has ordered the immediate transfer of the suspect to homicide section of the state criminal investigation and intelligence department for discreet investigation. 

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Nigerian Idol Season 6 Top 11 Contestants

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The new season for the Nigerian idol season six was kicked off last month after the top eleven contestants were fully selected for the show.

The Nigerian Idol show is hosted by IK Osakioduwa with music stars Obi Asika, Seyi Shay, and DJ Sose serving as judges. The show commenced with a huge number of contestants until the top eleven were selected. The total number of contestants for the show was sixty-eight.

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These sixty-eighty contestants were put through series of tests and performances in the audition and theatre phases to know their ability and talent until the final top eleven top finalists were selected to begin the final phase of the show.

The past shows consisted of ten contestants who were also the finalists for the show, however, season six of Nigerian idol came up with eleven contestants as the finalists. The eleven contestants consist of Kingdom Kroseide, Emmanuel Elijah, Clinton Francis, Beyonce Ajomiwe, Francis Atela, Dotun Deloye, Faith Onyeje, Comfort Alalade who showed great improvement from last week, and Akunna Okey who gave a great performance even after losing her voice right before.

Before the judges could conclude on the eleven contestants, there was a battle between contestants Faith Mac Ebiama and Daniel Ikechi for the final spot. However, upon several deliberations, both Faith Ebiama and Daniel made it to the finalist making the total number of contestants eleven in all instead of the usual top 10.

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READ ALSO: Freddie Leonard Is Married – Blogger Exposes Actor, Shows His Marriage Certificate 

Nigerian Idol is the local version of the Idol series franchise. It is the second Idol franchise for the country as it was already part of Idols West Africa which was also shot and produced in Stockholm, Sweden. The first episode was held in the year 2010.

Source: www.ghgossip.com

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Author of Nigeria’s National Pledge, Prof. Felicia Adedoyin, dies at 83

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Author of Nigeria?s National Pledge, Prof. Felicia Adedoyin, dies at 83

Professor Felicia Adebola Adedoyin, the author of Nigeria’s National Pledge, has died after a brief illness.

 

She died on Saturday, May 1, 2021, according to Inside Oyo.

 

Prof. Adedoyin, who lectured at the University of Lagos and was a consultant with the United Nations, wrote the National Pledge in 1976.

 

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She was inspired to write the pledge following questions by her children who had been used to reciting the Oath of Allegiance while in school in New York, and the State Pledge in Achimota School, Ghana.

 

Prof. Adedoyin published the Pledge in the Daily Times in July 15, 1976, in an article titled “Loyalty to the Nation, Pledge’”. It was shown to the then Head of State, Gen. Olusegun Obasanjo, who modified it and introduced it to the country during the formal launch of the Universal Free Primary Education (UPE) and decreed that all school children recite the National Pledge during assembly.

 

In 2005, Prof Adedoyin was given a national award, the Officer of the Order of the Niger (OON).

 

She was in the care of her children when she passed away, and surrounded by loved ones.

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