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We Will Justify The Trust Reposed In Us, Akeredolu Reacts To Election Victory

  Ondo State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu has promised to work in the overall interest of the people just after being reelected for another term in office. Addressing party faithful and journalists at his Owo residence on Sunday, Akeredolu said his administration will justify the trust reposed by the people. “We will put in everything to … Continue reading We Will Justify The Trust Reposed In Us, Akeredolu Reacts To Election Victory

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Akeredolu Defeats Jegede Again, Re-Elected As Governor

  By Akinola Ajibola Mr Rotimi Akeredolu has been re-elected as Governor of Ondo State on the back of a campaign in which he promised to provide composed and focused leadership marked by economic growth and improved security for people in the state. The incumbent governor, a former President of the Nigerian Bar Association, swept … Continue reading Akeredolu Defeats Jegede Again, Re-Elected As Governor

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Ondo Election: PDP Rejects OAU VC As Chief Returning Officer

  The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has rejected the Chief Returning Officer for the Ondo election who is the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ife, Professor Eyitope Ogungbenro Ogunbodede. In a statement by the chairman of the PDP Ondo State Governorship National Campaign Council, Seyi Makinde, the party alleged that Professor Ogunbodede is a known … Continue reading Ondo Election: PDP Rejects OAU VC As Chief Returning Officer

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Ondo Election: We Can’t Rest On Our Oars, INEC Chairman Tells Staff

  The Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Professor Mahmood Yakubu, has charged staff of the organization to resist any action that will mar the Ondo Governorship election, saying the electoral umpire cannot rest on its oars.  “Indeed, our staff members, assisted by the security agencies and other critical stakeholders, did not spare … Continue reading Ondo Election: We Can’t Rest On Our Oars, INEC Chairman Tells Staff

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American Poet Louise Gluck Wins Nobel Literature Prize

  The Nobel Literature Prize went Thursday to American poet Louise Gluck, the jury at the Swedish Academy said, honouring a writer known for themes of childhood and family life. Gluck, 77, was honoured “for her unmistakable poetic voice that with austere beauty makes individual existence universal,” the Academy said. Gluck has previously won the … Continue reading American Poet Louise Gluck Wins Nobel Literature Prize

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Kamala Harris’s Indian Uncle ‘Felt Sorry For Pence’

  Kamala Harris’ uncle back in India watched her vice-presidential debate with pride on Thursday, feeling “a little sorry” for Mike Pence, who he said came up against a better-qualified foe. “Expectations were too much of Kamala — ‘she’ll wipe the floor’, etc. But Pence has also been a Congressman knows how to debate. But Pence … Continue reading Kamala Harris’s Indian Uncle ‘Felt Sorry For Pence’

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First Female Duo Win Nobel Chemistry Prize For Gene Editing Technique

  Emmanuelle Charpentier of France and Jennifer Doudna of the US on Wednesday won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the gene-editing technique known as the CRISPR-Cas9 DNA snipping “scissors”, the first time a Nobel science prize has gone to a women-only team. Using the tool, “researchers can change the DNA of animals, plants and microorganisms … Continue reading First Female Duo Win Nobel Chemistry Prize For Gene Editing Technique

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