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    Pictured: Man Arrested After His Daughter Reported Him To Her Teacher For Defiling Her

    The Ogun State Police Command has arrested a 30-year-old man identified as Solomon Ogundetu for defiling his 12-year-old daughter since 2018.

    The police swiftly arrested Ogundetu after his daughter reported him to her teacher who in turn confided in a community leader, Alhaji Obamuyiwa Semiu who made a complaint.

    Parading the suspect before newsmen, the state’s police spokesperson Abimbola Oyeyemi said the suspect confessed to the crime when interrogated.

    “The victim, a primary school pupil confided in one of her teachers that her father has been having carnal knowledge of her since last year with threat to kill her if she dare tell anybody. But when she can no longer bear it, she has to inform her teacher who in-turn informed the Alhaji.

    The DPO Imeko Division, Monday Unuigbe detailed his detectives to the suspect’s house where he was promptly arrested. The suspect who is a driver confessed to the commission of the crime when interrogated.

    “Investigation revealed that he has separated from the mother of the girl for years now and the girl is the only product of the union. The victim has been taken to general hospital for medical care and report,” he stated.

    He added that the suspect will be transferred to the Anti -Human Trafficking and Child Labour unit of the State criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department for further investigation and prosecution.

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    Photos: ‘I Used Ransom From My Victims To Sponsor My Wife’s Education’ – Kidnap Suspect

    Suspected Kidnapper arrested on Tuesday, 15th October by the Otunba Gani Adams -led Oodua people’s congress.

    The suspected kidnapper is identified as Taofeek Lawal, said he hailed from Osogbo, Osun State. He also confessed that he used the ransom he gets from the kidnapping to sponsor his wife’s education in the higher institutions in Ile-Ife, Osun State.

    Lawal also confessed that his targets are children between the ages of 4 and 6, and he collects N100,000 for ransom of each child.

    According to him, he has other 15 men that work with the politicians and town leaders and they call him whenever his assistance was needed.

    “I have built two houses, a mosque, and a church”, he added. Lawal also revealed his parents are aware of what he does.

    The suspect further said that he had intended to quit the kidnapping but the said traditional ruler in Osogbo encouraged him to keep doing it. He said he had been caught five times in Lagos and Osogbo, but that the traditional ruler in Osogbo was always securing his release.

    An OPC official at Olaifa zone, Mr. Babatunde Atiba, explained that Congress got a hint of the activities of the suspected kidnapper through a woman. Lawal has been handed over to the Oyo State Nigeria Security Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) for proper investigation and prosecution.

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    Photos: Lionel Messi Wins 6th Golden Shoe Award

    Lionel Messi has once again won the Golden Shoe award after scoring the most league goals in Europe’s top division leagues last season, MySportDab reports. 

    The Barcelona star won the gong in May after bagging 36 league goals in the 2018-19 campaign.

    Messi became the first player to win the accolade for three successive years after he beat Paris Saint-Germain’s Kylian Mbappe by three goals.

    The 32-year-old was joined on stage at the Antigua Fabrica Estrella Damm in Barcelona by his wife Antonella Roccuzzo and sons Thiago and Mateo and he also posed for photos alongside all six of his Golden Shoes.

    Messi was given the prize for notching 34 goals the season before and was crowned the Golden Shoe winner for the 2016-17 campaign after scoring 37 goals.

    The Argentina international claimed his first Golden Shoe award back in the 2009-10 season with 34 goals.

    Messi collected his other two awards after scoring a whopping 50 goals in the 2011-12 campaign and 46 goals a season later.
    watch the video..

    https://twitter.com/FCBarcelona/status/1184445631579987969?s=19

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     ADC Party Chairman Shot Dead In His Home

    Confusion has set into Delta State as a grassroot politician, the Chairman of African Democratic Congress, ADC for Warri South-West Local Government Area and candidate of same political party for the 2019 House of Assembly election for Warri South-West Constituency, Hon. Taylor William Ogofugha was yesterday, October 15, 2019, shot dead in his own house at the local government area.

    The ADC Delta State Chairman, Prince Joe Chukwu has alleged that his party man’s gruesome murder was politically motivated, citing that his overwhelming popularity in the area might have fueled envy that had metamorphosed into his death.

    Chukwu revealed that Taylor brought ADC into Warri South-West and had since been the Chairman of the party in the LGA. He said during the 2019 election, he was equally found worthy, grounded and qualified to contest the Delta State House of Assembly election and he was elected as candidate for the party.

    According to the ADC State Chairman, “We are shocked at the killing of Taylor who happened to be one of our most worthy and outstanding members.”

    “Just last week he called me that he had already convinced three aspirants from three local government areas to contest for the Delta State Local Government election as chairmen, that he would need forms for them. And I told him that DSIEC had not announced the time table for Local Government election, that he should exercise patience till when that window is opened.”

    “We even have a state meeting on Friday and hotels had been booked for members and delegates from Abuja and other places, but I have shelved the meeting due to this sudden and unfortunate news. He was a loyal and committed party man who built his personal house and converted it to the party’s secretariat in Warri South-West.”

    “We are investigating the cause of his death; we have sent people for that task. We suspect his killing was politically motivated, because this was a man so popular to the extent that he had wooed key APC and PDP members into ADC in Warri South-West.”

    “If they said the killing was as a result of land dispute between Aladja and Ogbe-Ijoh, we got information that the issue had been settled amicably. Now, why the killing? Why was he shot inside his home? Who were those that killed him and for what reason?”, Chukwu asked.

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     Innoson Motors Chairman Invites Man Who Re-Designed Innoson Logo

    The Nigerian indigenous Automaker based in Nnewi, Anambra state has decided to bless a young Nigerian youth Osuolale Farouq for designing a stunning logo for the company.

    The talented Farouq joined few other creative designers in the country to share his logo in the Innoson Logo design-challenged that started this week on popular social media site Twitter which was monitored by mp3vybez.com. On Tuesday 15th October, Mr. Farouq posted his logo which got many talking about it. On Wednesday 16th October Innoson announced on their official Twitter that Farouqs’ design caught the attention of the company’s chairman Innocent Chukwuma.

    Many Nigerian applauded the king gesture from The 1st Made-in-Africa automobile company.

    Dear 
    @osuolale_farouq
    the attention of the Chairman/CEO of 
    @Innosonvehicles
    has been called upon on your creative re-design of IVM logo. The Chairman is highly impressed and has requested for a meeting with you. Please DM to us your contact details for possible reach.
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    FG To Review Wages, Allowances For Governors, Others

    By Dennis Erezi

    The Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, has said there are plans to review the wages of all political office holders in the country.

    “The last holistic wage review took place in 2011 and a new one is being planned,” Ngige told members of Nigerian Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) during a visit to his office in Abuja on Tuesday.

    “What is a governor doing with hazard allowance? What hazard when the state is feeding him and his family? What is a governor doing with constituency allowance? The whole state is his constituency.

    “These are what will be holistically reviewed.”

    Ngige said there was a need to review and streamline the wages and allowances given to political service holders, and the high wages earned by workers in certain government organisations.

    The minister said the “government has put up the Presidential Committee on Salaries headed by the Minister of Finance and co-chaired by me” to review the wages and allowances.

    He said the committee will look at the wage structure of the public service after the ‘consequential adjustment’ being done presently.

    Ngige also stated that the committee was put in place to look at the different wage structures.

    “There are people who earn 300 percent of what others earn and they have the same degree.

    We may have people in NNPC, FIRS, Customs and others with third-class (degrees) earning 300 percent more than the man with first-class in the ministry.”

    The minister noted that there are 12 wage structures in Nigeria and the government will “beam its searchlight” on them.

    “Revenue Mobilisation will also look at what is given to political officeholders.

    In his reaction, NULGE president Ibrahim Khaleel raised concerns over the non-involvement of the union members in any of Nigeria’s standing minimum wage negotiating councils.

    “if NULGE cannot be made a member of any of the negotiating councils, another council should be created for the local government employees as recommended,” Khaleel said.

    “We believe we are having a lot of gaps in terms of our role of engagement with the government and our employers and this is very good machinery that we are praying and agitating that we will get it under your leadership, ” he said.

    He appealed to the federal government to address the issues.


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     Tinubu’s Bullion Vans: Between EFCC And Segalink 

    Segun Awosanya, popularly known as SEGAlink expressed his displeasure over the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC operation.

    Below is the tweet by the EFCC official twitter handle:

    Aection 7 (1) (b) of EFCC Establishment Act, 2004 gives us the power to investigate “properties of any person if it appears to the Commission that the person’s lifestyle and extent of the properties are not justified by his source of income”.

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    Lagos To Acquire 32,000-Hectare Farmland For Rice Cultivation

    October 17, 2019

    Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on Wednesday said the government is in the process of acquiring an estimated 32,000 hectares of farmland for rice cultivation in seven states.

    Sanwo-Olu, who spoke in Lagos, on the occasion of this year’s Grand Finale of the World Food Day in Lagos, listed the states to include Ogun, Oyo, Osun, Ekiti, Ondo and Kebbi as well as Lagos.

    He noted that a key component in the food security programme of the state government is the 32-metric ton per hour capacity Integrated Rice Mill in Imota, which is expected to be completed and commissioned in the next seven months.

    The governor, who was represented by the Secretary to the State Government, Mrs. Folasade Jaji, noted that when completed, the mill would ensure sustainable supply of wholesome rice at an affordable price to the populace in Lagos and help to reduce rice importation into the Nigerian economy.

    He noted that the theme for this year’s celebration with the theme: “Our Actions Our Future: Healthy Diets for a Zero Hunger World,” spoke to the need for a collective action towards not only increasing food production, but also ensuring that adequate attention was paid to the quality of food being consumed.

    Sanwo-Olu added that the theme aptly highlighted the state government’s efforts through the food security initiative and commitment to prevent the consumption of unwholesome food.

    “Today, we are happy to join the rest of the World in celebrating this year’s World Food Day. This annual celebration being spearheaded by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation, is about raising awareness on issues related to food such as poverty and hunger and to highlight efforts being made by governments, institutions, organisations and individuals to mitigate the negative effects on people,” he said.

    The governor said that the only way to effectively fight poverty and hunger in the country wass to boost agricultural production and prevent post-harvest losses and wastage, which he said constituted a major threat to the achievement of food security objectives.

    While noting that the use of Reusable Plastic Creates [RPCs] as alternative to Raffia baskets for the carriage of perishable farm produce is being promoted as a strategy to minimize wastages in the State, the Governor enjoined farmers and traders in the State to embrace this new initiative for improved profit.

    “We have to imbibe the lessons learnt from the dwindling returns from oil to encourage family participation in farming so that most of our basic needs could be met locally and we would be independent of others to feed ourselves. We have also put this to practice in our schools where we have established different farming enterprises to train and teach the students in modern farming techniques,” Sanwo-Olu explained.

    According to the governor, Lagos State is one of the participating states in the World Bank Assisted APPEALS Project aimed at enhancing the agricultural productivity of small and medium scale farmers and improved value addition along priority value chains.

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     FG Commences Free Distribution Of Sanitary Pads In Schools

    The Federal Government on Friday said it has commenced its free distribution to schoolgirls in the country and had embarked on a policy to subsidise the cost of sanitary pads.

    The government also called on companies which produce sanitary pads to key into the gesture as part of their corporate social responsibilities through contributions, price reduction and availability.

    The Director-General, National Centre for Women Development, a parastatal of the Ministry of Women Affairs, Mary Ekpere-Eta, stated these during a press briefing held in Abuja in commemoration of the 2019 International Day of the Girl Child with the theme: “Girlsforce: Unscripted…Unstoppable – Empowering girls for a brighter tomorrow.”

    She said through such efforts, young girls would not have to suffer as a result of the high cost of sanitary pads.

    Sanitary pads largely go for between N250 and N400 per pack, depending on the quality.

    Ekpere-Eta said the NCWD was in talks with sanitary pad-producing companies towards ensuring that the price of pad were subsidised.

    She said even though much had been achieved, there was still much to be desired as child marriage still existed, alongside daily occurrences of gender-based violence against the girl child with some of them being turned into sex slaves.

    She said, “We have a menstrual hygiene corner in our programme whereby many of you could just drop in may be N10 or N20 and there’s an arrangement with most of these companies who produce sanitary pads who will now sell at subsidised rates, which we will distribute to rural areas, especially in secondary schools.

    “Be that as it may, we are working further to see how the issue of price will be dealt with. But it is a gradual process and we need to find a way to reach the manufacturers and find out how to reduce the price.

    “Through advocacy, we encourage as a corporate social organisation from other agencies and private sector, to ensure that every organisation will buy a certain quantity of pads available to schools and send to rural areas as their own CSR.”

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    Photos: Wife Dumps Charm In Front Of Shop Of Lady Who Snatched Her Abroad Husband

    There was mild drama today along Efeizomor Street(up ending) Boji-Boji Owa, Delta after a charm was prepared and placed in front of a lady’s shop. 

    According to report,one oversea guy abandoned his wife with three children for a young lady.

    His unhappy wife allegedly prepared the charm and placed it in front of the lady’s shop.

    The incident attracted many people to the scene

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    Open Heaven 17 October 2019 – Give Caesar What Belongs to Him!

    Open Heaven 17 October 2019 Thursday Daily Devotional By Pastor E. A. Adeboye – Give Caesar What Belongs to Him!

    Topic: Give Caesar What Belongs to Him! (Open Heaven 17 October 2019)

    Memorise: And Jesus answering said unto them, Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s. And they marvelled at him. – Mark 12:17

    Read: Romans 13:1-7 (KJV)

    1 Let every soul be subject unto the higher powers. For there is no power but of God: the powers that be are ordained of God.

    2 Whosoever therefore resisteth the power, resisteth the ordinance of God: and they that resist shall receive to themselves damnation.

    3 For rulers are not a terror to good works, but to the evil. Wilt thou then not be afraid of the power? do that which is good, and thou shalt have praise of the same:

    4 For he is the minister of God to thee for good. But if thou do that which is evil, be afraid; for he beareth not the sword in vain: for he is the minister of God, a revenger to execute wrath upon him that doeth evil.

    5 Wherefore ye must needs be subject, not only for wrath, but also for conscience sake.

    6 For for this cause pay ye tribute also: for they are God’s ministers, attending continually upon this very thing.

    7 Render therefore to all their dues: tribute to whom tribute is due; custom to whom custom; fear to whom fear; honour to whom honour.

    Bible in One Year: 2 Chronicles 11-13, Revelation 12

    Open Heaven 17 October 2019 Thursday MESSAGE:

    There are some characters that portray children of God in a bad light today. For example, some of us want to enjoy the social amenities provided by government but don’t want to pay taxes. Those who manifest such behavior are only trying to reap where they did not sow. Contrary to this, Paul admonishes us in today’s Bible reading to be patriotic enough to pay our taxes and perform other civic responsibilities that are expected of us. Our obedience to civic laws should not be by coercion but voluntary, as unto the Lord. The Holy Spirit describes those who are in authority as ministers of God, looking out for our own good (Romans 13:4). It is therefore surprising that some Christians despise their political leaders through their “holier-than-thou” attitude. Christians who defraud the government by not paying their taxes are no better than the government officials whom they despise for stealing government funds. They will all definitely be judged according to their evil deeds on the last day. A government worker who is expected to put in eight hours of work but does just three and uses the rest for his or her personal activities is as guilty as those who loot the government treasury with the pen. As an employee, do you really work for the expected amount of time for which you are being paid?

    What do you understand from what the Lord is saying in today’s memory verse? Many people erroneously think that giving to Caesar what belongs to Caesar means bribing their way into Caesar’s favor. This is not true! Caesar takes receipted tributes, such as taxes, dues and levies and not bribes. When you pay your taxes, God is happy with you because you are contributing to the wellbeing of the community you live in. This does not however exempt you from paying your tithes, offerings and first fruits to God. Caesar does not take tithes and offerings, but he must also not be denied his dues and taxes for the construction of roads, bridges and other social amenities. Notwithstanding, let it not surprise you as I say today that if you pay your tithes and offering but default in paying taxes, you are guilty of reaping where you did not sow when you enjoy social amenities being provided by the government you refuse to pay taxes to. If you are guilty of this, repent today and begin to go the extra mile of giving back to your community through Christian social responsibility (CRS).

    Open Heaven 17 October 2019 Thursday Prayer Point:

    Father, give me all I need to play my role in the society and in Your house, through the payment of my taxes to the government and my tithe and offerings to You.

    Open Heaven 17 October 2019 Thursday Hymn 3: Trust And Obey

    1 When we walk with the Lord in the light of His Word,
    What a glory He sheds on our way!
    While we do His good will, He abides with us still,
    And with all who will trust and obey.

    Chorus:
    Trust and obey, for there’s no other way
    To be happy in Jesus, but to trust and obey.

    2 Not a shadow can rise, not a cloud in the skies,
    But His smile quickly drives it away;
    Not a doubt or a fear, not a sigh or a tear,
    Can abide while we trust and obey.

    3 Not a burden we bear, not a sorrow we share,
    But our toil He doth richly repay;
    Not a grief or a loss, not a frown or a cross,
    But is blessed if we trust and obey.

    4 But we never can prove the delights of His love
    Until all on the altar we lay;
    For the favor He shows, for the joy He bestows,
    Are for them who will trust and obey.

    5 Then in fellowship sweet we will sit at His feet,
    Or we’ll walk by His side in the way;
    What He says we will do, where He sends we will go;
    Never fear, only trust and obey.

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    Improve Your Business Speak With These Words & Phrases

    Are You Using These Negative Words? Use These Powerful Words Instead and Improve Your Communication

    Below is a list of frequently used expressions and how we can re-frame them to become more positive words for business.

    Failure – Learning
    Afraid – Curious
    I hate – I prefer
    I’m afraid that – I trust that
    Sickness – Cleansing
    Nervous – Excited
    Anxious – Eager, Keen
    Problem – Challenge
    Issue – Opportunity
    Criticism – Advice
    Stressed – Energized
    Boring – Stable
    Weird – Unique

    Mindful communication is important for effective team work, Here are phrases that seem positive but sounds as bad business power words:
    No problem – Definitely
    No worries – My pleasure
    Can’t complain – Doing great, thank you

    Phrases focused on complaints rather than the solution:

    I’m exhausted – I need to rest
    I forgot – I’ll make sure to set a reminder

    Words with negative connotations. Replace the phrase by a solution-oriented sentence:

    Unfortunately
    Impossible
    Problems

    Example: Unfortunately, it is impossible to send you the report now because of the problems we have with our analytics team. – Can we send the report by Friday so that we have time to follow up with the analytics team?

    I miss you – I’m looking forward to seeing you
    I missed you – It’s so great to see you!
    Negative orders replaced by suggestion with a clear reasoning
    Don’t tell me excuses – I like it when you are responsible
    No… – I suggest you rather…, because…

    Words indicating a fixed mindset, and not so good business power words and phrases:

    I’m not good at this – I am not there yet. What can I do to get there?
    I will never be that smart. – I will learn how to do this.
    My friend can do it, not me. – I will learn from my friend.

    Source Business Power Words

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    Adeboye Hits FG On Border Closure, VAT Increase, Others

    General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God, (RCCG) Pastor Enoch Adeboye has kicked against the proposed increase of VAT from 5 percent to 7.5 percent by the federal government.
    The proposal, he said, will further increase the burdens on Nigerians.
    Adeboye also said the proposed reintroduction of toll gates on federal government was insensitive.
    The plan, he said, shouldn’t be considered at a time most federal roads were in pitiable conditions.
    The federal government, as far as Adeboye is concerned, should refocus its plans and programmes toward initiatives that would lessen the suffering and burdens of Nigerians.
    He spoke last Sunday at the Special Independence Day Celebration of the church at its headquarters, RCCG, Throne of Grace, Ebute-Metta, Lagos.
    The programme tagged Arise attracted worshippers and traditional rulers led by the Alake and Paramount ruler of Egbaland, His royal highness, Oba Adedotun Gbadebo.
    He further pointed out the closure of borders to importation of rice was ill-conceived because it has made the stable unavailable to most Nigerians.
    Adeboye said as the country celebrates at 59, the federal government should henceforth focus on initiating policies that would lessen the sufferings and burdens of Nigerians.
    Such policies, he said, should have the capability to move the country out of doldrums, make her arise and pitch her tent with comity of nations.
    Speaking through the Assistant General Overseer, Administration and Personnel, Pastor Johnson Odesola, Adeboye emphasised a lot of policies of government are not helping Nigerians.
    He lamented many Nigerians were suffering when the wealth of their nation are just in few hands who have refused to let go.
    The respected preacher also criticised how banks are fixing interest rate, which he described as one of the highest in the world, saying the development was making business environment unfavourable for Nigerians.
    He bemoaned the condition of commoners, saying it was insensitive for the federal government to consider bringing back toll gates when the roads were in bad conditions.
    Oba Gbadebo appreciated God for the independence celebration, saying that God has helped us a lot as Nigeria has remained one the federation that has remain strong and indivisible since independence in 1960.
    He appealed to Nigeria leaders to consolidate on the success and achievements made so far in Nigeria by working for the interest of the people rather than their personal interest and gain.
    He restated that leaders in position of authority are put there by God and will one day give account of their stewardship to him.

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