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  •  The American University University of Nigeria AUN Yola has signed a Memorandum of Understanding MoU with the United Nations Children s Fund UNICEF on advacing postgraduate programme in communication The MoU would facilitate commencement of Masters of Science degree in Communication Social and Behavior Change Prof Attahiru Yusuf President of the University said the programme was designed to examine how communication affect humanity considering the current global trend of development He lauded the UNICEF for the partnership adding that UNICEF has been a critical stakeholder in changing the global community He reiterated the readiness of the University towards ensuring sustainability of the programme Mr Opiyo Nixon UNICEF s Chief Field Operations Officer said the programme would enhance the capacity of academics researchers and students towards strenghening communication for development He said it would also build social and behavioural change agenda for all round development as well as improve the intellectual capacity and horizon of the students and organisations in policy and programme implementation The UN agency he said is working to expand Communication for Development CD4 by projecting stronger focus on social and behavioural change According to him UNICEF has designed academic modules for subsequent utilisation by the students adding that the programme would begin in January 2023 RSA NewsSourceCredit NAN
    AUN, UNICEF sign MoU on postgraduate programme
     The American University University of Nigeria AUN Yola has signed a Memorandum of Understanding MoU with the United Nations Children s Fund UNICEF on advacing postgraduate programme in communication The MoU would facilitate commencement of Masters of Science degree in Communication Social and Behavior Change Prof Attahiru Yusuf President of the University said the programme was designed to examine how communication affect humanity considering the current global trend of development He lauded the UNICEF for the partnership adding that UNICEF has been a critical stakeholder in changing the global community He reiterated the readiness of the University towards ensuring sustainability of the programme Mr Opiyo Nixon UNICEF s Chief Field Operations Officer said the programme would enhance the capacity of academics researchers and students towards strenghening communication for development He said it would also build social and behavioural change agenda for all round development as well as improve the intellectual capacity and horizon of the students and organisations in policy and programme implementation The UN agency he said is working to expand Communication for Development CD4 by projecting stronger focus on social and behavioural change According to him UNICEF has designed academic modules for subsequent utilisation by the students adding that the programme would begin in January 2023 RSA NewsSourceCredit NAN
    AUN, UNICEF sign MoU on postgraduate programme
    Education4 weeks ago

    AUN, UNICEF sign MoU on postgraduate programme

    The American University University of Nigeria (AUN), Yola, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) on advacing postgraduate programme in communication.

    The MoU would facilitate commencement of Masters of Science degree in Communication, Social and Behavior Change.

    Prof.  Attahiru Yusuf, President of the University, said the programme was designed to examine how communication affect humanity considering the current global trend of development.

    He lauded the UNICEF for the partnership, adding that UNICEF has been a critical stakeholder in changing the global community.

    He reiterated the readiness of the University towards ensuring sustainability of the programme.

    Mr Opiyo Nixon, UNICEF’s Chief Field Operations Officer, said the programme would enhance the capacity of academics, researchers and students towards strenghening communication for development.

    He said it would also build social and behavioural change agenda for all round development as well as improve the intellectual capacity and horizon of the students and organisations in policy and programme implementation.

    The UN agency, he said is working to expand Communication for Development (CD4) by projecting stronger focus on social and behavioural change.

    According to him, UNICEF has designed academic modules for subsequent utilisation by the students, adding that the programme would begin in January 2023. RSA
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  •  The National Union of Electricity Employees NUEE have decried the poor state of the power sector in Nigeria since its privilatisation in 2013 Mr Sikamta Mshelinga the North East Zonal Senior Organising Secretary of the union stated this at a press conference on Monday in Jos Mshelinga who faulted the entire privatisation process maintained that the move had not met the expectations of Nigerians He lamented that the privatisation of the critical sector had not added value to the lives of ordinary Nigerians insisting that it had not made meaningful impact in power supply in the country It is an undeniable fact that the power sector privatisation has not added value to the lives of the ordinary Nigerians The entire exercise did not bring any meaningful impact or improvement on the sector rather it has brought so much set backs to the nation The infrastructural development by the new business owners in the sector has almost gone comatose while the socio economic status of the average worker in the sector has continued to decline Nigerians were told that the new investors had the financial and technical muscles to improve power generation and distribution but I believe that has not been achieved he said The official further decried the lack of power supply in the nation amid rising electricity tariff without making prepaid meters available to customers Mshelinga decried the non payment of entitlements of discharged workers of the defunct Power Holding Company of Nigeria PHCN adding that many of them had died due to untold hardship while those alive are going through excruciating pains He also lamented the poor renumeration lack of welfare packages poor condition of service among other ill treatments for electricity workers in the country and called on the Generation Compnaies GenCos to sign the condition for the employees The official also called on the Federal Government to look into the entire power sector privatisation process with a view to making it better NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Power sector privatisation yet to meet expectations of Nigerians – Union 
     The National Union of Electricity Employees NUEE have decried the poor state of the power sector in Nigeria since its privilatisation in 2013 Mr Sikamta Mshelinga the North East Zonal Senior Organising Secretary of the union stated this at a press conference on Monday in Jos Mshelinga who faulted the entire privatisation process maintained that the move had not met the expectations of Nigerians He lamented that the privatisation of the critical sector had not added value to the lives of ordinary Nigerians insisting that it had not made meaningful impact in power supply in the country It is an undeniable fact that the power sector privatisation has not added value to the lives of the ordinary Nigerians The entire exercise did not bring any meaningful impact or improvement on the sector rather it has brought so much set backs to the nation The infrastructural development by the new business owners in the sector has almost gone comatose while the socio economic status of the average worker in the sector has continued to decline Nigerians were told that the new investors had the financial and technical muscles to improve power generation and distribution but I believe that has not been achieved he said The official further decried the lack of power supply in the nation amid rising electricity tariff without making prepaid meters available to customers Mshelinga decried the non payment of entitlements of discharged workers of the defunct Power Holding Company of Nigeria PHCN adding that many of them had died due to untold hardship while those alive are going through excruciating pains He also lamented the poor renumeration lack of welfare packages poor condition of service among other ill treatments for electricity workers in the country and called on the Generation Compnaies GenCos to sign the condition for the employees The official also called on the Federal Government to look into the entire power sector privatisation process with a view to making it better NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Power sector privatisation yet to meet expectations of Nigerians – Union 
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    Power sector privatisation yet to meet expectations of Nigerians – Union 

    The National Union of Electricity Employees (NUEE) have decried the poor state of the power sector in Nigeria since its privilatisation in 2013.Mr Sikamta Mshelinga, the North-East Zonal  Senior Organising Secretary of the union, stated this at a press conference on Monday in Jos. Mshelinga, who faulted  the entire privatisation process, maintained that the move had not met the expectations of Nigerians.

    He lamented that the privatisation of the critical sector had not added value to the lives of ordinary Nigerians, insisting that it had not made meaningful impact in power supply in the country.

    ”It is an undeniable fact that the power sector privatisation has not added value to the lives of the ordinary Nigerians”The entire exercise did not bring any meaningful impact or improvement on the sector, rather, it has brought so much set backs to the nation.

    ”The infrastructural development by the new business owners in the sector has almost gone comatose while the socio-economic status of the average worker in the sector has continued to decline.

    ”Nigerians were told that the new investors had the financial and technical muscles to improve power generation and distribution,  but I believe that has not been achieved,” he said.

    The official further decried the lack of power supply in the nation amid rising electricity tariff without making prepaid meters available to customers.

    Mshelinga decried the non-payment of entitlements of discharged workers of the defunct Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN), adding that many of them had died due to untold hardship, while those alive are going through excruciating pains.

    He also lamented the poor renumeration, lack of welfare packages, poor condition of service, among other ill treatments for electricity workers in the country and called on the Generation Compnaies (GenCos) to sign the condition for the employees.

    The official also called on the Federal Government to look into the entire power sector privatisation process with a view to making it better.


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  •  The Plateau Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps NSCDC says it has begun investigation on the alleged assault of one Mrs Joy Owolabi by one of its personnel DSC Chris Longbit the Public Relations Officer said this in a statement on Monday in Jos The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the personnel whose identity is not known allegedly beat Owolabi to a pulp after an argument ensue between them on Friday The incident happened a few metres from the state headquarters of NSCDC at Nanmwa Junction Abattoir area Jos South Local Government Area of the state Longbit who described the incident as barbaric and unfortunate said that the investigation would enable the command to ascertain the identity of the personnel Worried by this unfortunate incident the Commandant Alexander Barunde who described the incident as barbaric unfortunate regrettable and uncivilised has since directed a full investigation into the matter to ascertain the real identity of the suspect The commandant assured the public that he will invoke internal disciplinary mechanism of the Corps to deal with the officer involved in this babaric act when found he said He also said that the commandant condemned the act and wondered why a personnel would condescend to the point of inflicting physical harm on a harmless woman He added that the commandant who apologised to the victim and her family members promised thorough investigation on the matter and ensure that anyone found guilty is punished He said that Barunde warned personnel of the command against misconduct and charged them to be civil and respect the rights of the civil populace in the discharge of their lawful duties NewsSourceCredit NAN
    NSCDC investigates alleged assault of Jos woman by personnel
     The Plateau Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps NSCDC says it has begun investigation on the alleged assault of one Mrs Joy Owolabi by one of its personnel DSC Chris Longbit the Public Relations Officer said this in a statement on Monday in Jos The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the personnel whose identity is not known allegedly beat Owolabi to a pulp after an argument ensue between them on Friday The incident happened a few metres from the state headquarters of NSCDC at Nanmwa Junction Abattoir area Jos South Local Government Area of the state Longbit who described the incident as barbaric and unfortunate said that the investigation would enable the command to ascertain the identity of the personnel Worried by this unfortunate incident the Commandant Alexander Barunde who described the incident as barbaric unfortunate regrettable and uncivilised has since directed a full investigation into the matter to ascertain the real identity of the suspect The commandant assured the public that he will invoke internal disciplinary mechanism of the Corps to deal with the officer involved in this babaric act when found he said He also said that the commandant condemned the act and wondered why a personnel would condescend to the point of inflicting physical harm on a harmless woman He added that the commandant who apologised to the victim and her family members promised thorough investigation on the matter and ensure that anyone found guilty is punished He said that Barunde warned personnel of the command against misconduct and charged them to be civil and respect the rights of the civil populace in the discharge of their lawful duties NewsSourceCredit NAN
    NSCDC investigates alleged assault of Jos woman by personnel
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    NSCDC investigates alleged assault of Jos woman by personnel

    The Plateau Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) says it has begun investigation on the alleged assault of one Mrs Joy Owolabi by one of its personnel.

    DSC Chris Longbit, the Public Relations Officer, said this in a statement on Monday in Jos.The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the personnel, whose identity is not known, allegedly beat Owolabi to a pulp after an argument ensue between them on Friday.

    The incident happened a few metres from the state headquarters of NSCDC at Nanmwa Junction, Abattoir area, Jos South Local Government Area of the state.

    Longbit, who described the incident as barbaric and unfortunate,  said that the investigation would enable the command to ascertain the identity of the personnel.

    ”Worried by this unfortunate incident, the Commandant, Alexander Barunde, who described the incident as barbaric, unfortunate, regrettable and uncivilised has since directed a full investigation into the matter to ascertain the real identity of the suspect.

    ”The commandant assured the public that he will invoke internal disciplinary mechanism of the Corps to deal with the officer involved in this babaric act when found,” he said.

    He also said that the commandant condemned the act and wondered why a personnel would condescend to the point of inflicting physical harm on a harmless woman.

    He added that the commandant,  who apologised to the victim and her family members, promised thorough investigation on the matter and ensure that anyone found guilty is punished.

    He said that Barunde warned personnel of the command against misconduct and charged them to be civil and respect the rights of the civil populace in the discharge of their lawful duties.


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  •  The Road Transport Employers Association of Nigeria RTEAN Kwara branch has called on Gov AbdulRahman AbdulRazak to help improve the welfare of its members This is contained in a statement issued in Ilorin on Monday by the state Chairman of RTEAN Alhaji AbdulRahman Onikijipa after a courtesy visit Onikijipa commended AbdulRazak for being supportive to the union activities ever since his emergence Your excellency I would like to deliver the appreciation and loyalty messages of the national and state leadership of RTEAN to you We are proud of your achievements since inception of your administration Mostly your support in the provision of 25 mini buses to our members to ply various routes in Kwara We seek more of your support and improved welfare of our members as we continue to be law abiding organisation in the state said the chairman Onikijipa assured the governor of his organisation s commitment toward ensuring an improved transport system in the state According to the statement the chairman presented corporate profile of RTEAN to the governor Responding AbdulRazaq commended RTEAN for their commitment towards improving transportation in the state The governor charged the union to continue to discharge their duty with honesty and determination He assured of his administration s resolve to improve transportation in the state NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Kwara RTEAN seeks better welfare for members
     The Road Transport Employers Association of Nigeria RTEAN Kwara branch has called on Gov AbdulRahman AbdulRazak to help improve the welfare of its members This is contained in a statement issued in Ilorin on Monday by the state Chairman of RTEAN Alhaji AbdulRahman Onikijipa after a courtesy visit Onikijipa commended AbdulRazak for being supportive to the union activities ever since his emergence Your excellency I would like to deliver the appreciation and loyalty messages of the national and state leadership of RTEAN to you We are proud of your achievements since inception of your administration Mostly your support in the provision of 25 mini buses to our members to ply various routes in Kwara We seek more of your support and improved welfare of our members as we continue to be law abiding organisation in the state said the chairman Onikijipa assured the governor of his organisation s commitment toward ensuring an improved transport system in the state According to the statement the chairman presented corporate profile of RTEAN to the governor Responding AbdulRazaq commended RTEAN for their commitment towards improving transportation in the state The governor charged the union to continue to discharge their duty with honesty and determination He assured of his administration s resolve to improve transportation in the state NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Kwara RTEAN seeks better welfare for members
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    Kwara RTEAN seeks better welfare for members

    The Road Transport Employers Association of Nigeria (RTEAN), Kwara branch, has called on Gov.AbdulRahman AbdulRazak to help improve the welfare of its members.

    This is contained in a statement issued in Ilorin on Monday by the state Chairman of RTEAN, Alhaji AbdulRahman Onikijipa, after a courtesy visit.

    Onikijipa commended AbdulRazak for being supportive to the union activities ever since his emergence.

    “Your excellency, I would like to deliver the appreciation and loyalty messages of the national and state leadership of RTEAN to you.

    “We are proud of your achievements since inception of your administration.

    Mostly your support in the provision of 25 mini buses to our members to ply various routes in Kwara.

    “We seek more of your support and improved welfare of our members as we continue to be law abiding organisation in the state,” said the chairman.

    Onikijipa assured the governor of his organisation’s commitment toward ensuring an improved transport system in the state.

    According to the statement, the chairman presented corporate profile of RTEAN to the governor.

    Responding, AbdulRazaq commended RTEAN for their commitment towards improving transportation in the state.

    The governor charged the union to continue to discharge their duty with honesty and determination.

    He assured of his administration’s resolve to improve transportation in the state.


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  •  Police in Ogun on Monday said two women Christiana D ivoire Iyama and Margaret Ogwu were arrested for allegedly operating a baby factory at Agbado area of the state The Police spokesperson in the state SP Abimbola Oyeyemi said this in a statement in Ota adding that the two suspects were arrested on Aug 27 Oyeyemi explained that the suspects were arrested following information received at Agbado Divisional Headquarters that Iyama of No 4 Ibrahim Famiyiwa St Agbado was operating a baby factory where she harboured young girls and hired men to impregnate them He explained further that she would collect the baby on delivery and sell to waiting buyers Upon receipt of the information the Divisional Police Officer DPO Agbado Division SP Awoniyi Adekunle mobilised his detectives to the area where the said Iyama and Ogwu were arrested During preliminary investigation it was discovered that Ogwu was one of the girls harboured by Iyama who employed the services of men to impregnate her and collected the child on delivery which she usually sold at the rate of N400 000 to one of her customers the police spokesman said The PPRO said she also confessed to the police that she had sold up to three children from different women to different customers Meanwhile the Commissioner of Police Lanre Bankole had ordered the transfer of the case to Criminal Investigation Department for further investigation and prosecution NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Police arrest 2 for allegedly operating baby factory in Ogun
     Police in Ogun on Monday said two women Christiana D ivoire Iyama and Margaret Ogwu were arrested for allegedly operating a baby factory at Agbado area of the state The Police spokesperson in the state SP Abimbola Oyeyemi said this in a statement in Ota adding that the two suspects were arrested on Aug 27 Oyeyemi explained that the suspects were arrested following information received at Agbado Divisional Headquarters that Iyama of No 4 Ibrahim Famiyiwa St Agbado was operating a baby factory where she harboured young girls and hired men to impregnate them He explained further that she would collect the baby on delivery and sell to waiting buyers Upon receipt of the information the Divisional Police Officer DPO Agbado Division SP Awoniyi Adekunle mobilised his detectives to the area where the said Iyama and Ogwu were arrested During preliminary investigation it was discovered that Ogwu was one of the girls harboured by Iyama who employed the services of men to impregnate her and collected the child on delivery which she usually sold at the rate of N400 000 to one of her customers the police spokesman said The PPRO said she also confessed to the police that she had sold up to three children from different women to different customers Meanwhile the Commissioner of Police Lanre Bankole had ordered the transfer of the case to Criminal Investigation Department for further investigation and prosecution NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Police arrest 2 for allegedly operating baby factory in Ogun
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    Police arrest 2 for allegedly operating baby factory in Ogun

    Police in Ogun, on Monday, said two women, Christiana-D’ivoire Iyama and Margaret Ogwu, were arrested for allegedly operating a baby factory at Agbado area of the state.

    The Police spokesperson in the state, SP Abimbola Oyeyemi, said this in a statement in Ota, adding that the two suspects were arrested on Aug. 27. Oyeyemi explained that the suspects were arrested following information received at Agbado Divisional Headquarters that Iyama, of No.4, Ibrahim Famiyiwa St., Agbado, was operating a baby factory where she harboured young girls and hired men to impregnate them.

    He explained further that she would collect the baby on delivery and sell to waiting buyers.

    “Upon receipt of the information, the Divisional Police Officer (DPO), Agbado Division, SP Awoniyi Adekunle, mobilised his detectives to the area where the said  Iyama and Ogwu were arrested.

    “During preliminary investigation, it was discovered that Ogwu was one of the girls harboured by Iyama, who employed the services of men to impregnate her and collected the child on delivery, which she usually sold at the rate of N400,000 to one of her customers,” the police spokesman said.

    The PPRO said she also confessed to the police that, she had sold up to three children from different women to different customers.

    Meanwhile, the Commissioner of Police, Lanre Bankole, had ordered the transfer of the case to Criminal Investigation Department for further investigation and prosecution.


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  •  Lecturers of all Kwara Government owned tertiary institutions have commended Gov AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq for addressing their welfare This is contained in a statement signed by Mr Rafiu Ajakaye the Chief Press Secretary to the governor in Ilorin Ajakaye said that the lecturers were satisfied with their welfare as it had improved tremendously under the present administration of AbdulRazaq adding that they sre proud of their decision to have supported him in 2019 He said the lecturers expressed their appreciation during a thank you visit to the governor over the weekend The Joint Academic Staff Union in Tertiary Institutions JASUTI commended the administration They were happy as the Governor implemented the Consolidated Polytechnics and Colleges of Education Academic Staff Salary Structure CONPCASS which had been pending for several years Ajakaye said The spokesman said that the implemented CONPCASS was over due for Academic Staff of the Colleges of Education Ilorin Oro Lafiagi and College of Arabic Islamic Legal and Management Studies CAILMS Ilorin The state Chairman of JASUTI Comrade Bilikis Olasehinde thanked the governor on behalf of the academic staff of tertiary institutions in Kwara and her humble self Your Excellency we are here to show our appreciation for everything you have done for us Sir let me go back memory lane When you came in as governor of Kwara there were issues in the state tertiary institutions like the owed salary arrears and we were on strike Immediately you came in we decided to suspend the strike and give the new government a benefit of doubt and we thank God for our decision because you fulfilled your promise the state chairman said Olasehinde also praised the administration for restoring monthly subventions to the institutions adding that the governor promised that they will be getting full salary as the era of percentage was over On the issue of accreditations across the tertiary institutions the chairman also commended the governor for redeeming his promise Responding AbdulRazaq explained that the previous administration totally neglected schools saying they were not paying salaries let alone fix school infrastructures The first institution I visited was College of Education Technical Lafiagi and I was totally disappointed The state government abandoned its responsibilities over the years but we are glad to have met your demands and willing to do more It is glaring to everyone know that we are coming from a terrible era that no one should ever wish for again The last administration could not even pay the N18 000 minimum wage but now we are paying N30 000 minimum wage and even made sure that your salaries were paid while making your demands the governor said AbdulRazaq said his administration was determined to restore Kwara s lost glory in education with right investments in infrastructure staff welfare and other support schemes Kwara came to being the same time with Lagos and some other States Today Lagos have three state universities because they managed themselves very well We thank God and the people that allowed us to stop the rots We will make sure the right thing is done Since we have put the issues of subvention and minimum wage behind us our next step is to see how to upgrade facilities in our institutions and expand departments he said The governor said that everybody should put hands together and do the right thing to improve education and place it where it should be The statement said that the JASUTI leadership was accompanied by the state chairmen of NLC TUC Public Service Joint Negotiating Council and the state Controller of Labour Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Lecturers of Kwara tertiary institutions commend AbdulRazaq
     Lecturers of all Kwara Government owned tertiary institutions have commended Gov AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq for addressing their welfare This is contained in a statement signed by Mr Rafiu Ajakaye the Chief Press Secretary to the governor in Ilorin Ajakaye said that the lecturers were satisfied with their welfare as it had improved tremendously under the present administration of AbdulRazaq adding that they sre proud of their decision to have supported him in 2019 He said the lecturers expressed their appreciation during a thank you visit to the governor over the weekend The Joint Academic Staff Union in Tertiary Institutions JASUTI commended the administration They were happy as the Governor implemented the Consolidated Polytechnics and Colleges of Education Academic Staff Salary Structure CONPCASS which had been pending for several years Ajakaye said The spokesman said that the implemented CONPCASS was over due for Academic Staff of the Colleges of Education Ilorin Oro Lafiagi and College of Arabic Islamic Legal and Management Studies CAILMS Ilorin The state Chairman of JASUTI Comrade Bilikis Olasehinde thanked the governor on behalf of the academic staff of tertiary institutions in Kwara and her humble self Your Excellency we are here to show our appreciation for everything you have done for us Sir let me go back memory lane When you came in as governor of Kwara there were issues in the state tertiary institutions like the owed salary arrears and we were on strike Immediately you came in we decided to suspend the strike and give the new government a benefit of doubt and we thank God for our decision because you fulfilled your promise the state chairman said Olasehinde also praised the administration for restoring monthly subventions to the institutions adding that the governor promised that they will be getting full salary as the era of percentage was over On the issue of accreditations across the tertiary institutions the chairman also commended the governor for redeeming his promise Responding AbdulRazaq explained that the previous administration totally neglected schools saying they were not paying salaries let alone fix school infrastructures The first institution I visited was College of Education Technical Lafiagi and I was totally disappointed The state government abandoned its responsibilities over the years but we are glad to have met your demands and willing to do more It is glaring to everyone know that we are coming from a terrible era that no one should ever wish for again The last administration could not even pay the N18 000 minimum wage but now we are paying N30 000 minimum wage and even made sure that your salaries were paid while making your demands the governor said AbdulRazaq said his administration was determined to restore Kwara s lost glory in education with right investments in infrastructure staff welfare and other support schemes Kwara came to being the same time with Lagos and some other States Today Lagos have three state universities because they managed themselves very well We thank God and the people that allowed us to stop the rots We will make sure the right thing is done Since we have put the issues of subvention and minimum wage behind us our next step is to see how to upgrade facilities in our institutions and expand departments he said The governor said that everybody should put hands together and do the right thing to improve education and place it where it should be The statement said that the JASUTI leadership was accompanied by the state chairmen of NLC TUC Public Service Joint Negotiating Council and the state Controller of Labour Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Lecturers of Kwara tertiary institutions commend AbdulRazaq
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    Lecturers of Kwara tertiary institutions commend AbdulRazaq

    Lecturers of all Kwara Government owned tertiary institutions have commended Gov. AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq for addressing their welfare.

    This is contained in a statement signed by Mr Rafiu Ajakaye, the Chief Press Secretary to the governor in Ilorin.

    Ajakaye said that the lecturers were satisfied with their welfare, as it had improved tremendously under the present administration of AbdulRazaq, adding that they sre proud of their decision to have supported him in 2019. He said the lecturers expressed their appreciation during a ‘thank you’ visit to the governor over the weekend.

    “The Joint Academic Staff Union in Tertiary Institutions (JASUTI) commended the administration.

    “They were happy as the Governor implemented the Consolidated Polytechnics and Colleges of Education Academic Staff Salary Structure (CONPCASS), which had been pending for several years,” Ajakaye said.

    The spokesman said that the  implemented CONPCASS was over due for Academic Staff of the Colleges of Education Ilorin, Oro, Lafiagi and College of Arabic, Islamic, Legal and Management Studies (CAILMS), Ilorin.

    The state Chairman of JASUTI, Comrade Bilikis Olasehinde, thanked the governor on behalf of the academic staff of tertiary institutions in Kwara and her humble self.

    “Your Excellency, we are here to show our appreciation for everything you have done for us.

    “Sir, let me go back memory lane.

    When you came in as governor of Kwara, there were issues in the state tertiary institutions, like the owed salary arrears and we were on strike.

    “Immediately you came in, we decided to suspend the strike and give the new government a benefit of doubt and we thank God for our decision, because you fulfilled your promise,” the state chairman said.

    Olasehinde also praised the administration for restoring monthly subventions to the institutions, adding that the governor promised that they will be getting full salary as the era of percentage was over.

    On the issue of accreditations across the tertiary institutions, the chairman also commended the governor for redeeming his promise.

    Responding, AbdulRazaq explained that the previous administration totally neglected schools, saying they were not paying salaries, let alone fix school infrastructures.

    “The first institution I visited was College of Education (Technical), Lafiagi, and I was totally disappointed.

    “The state government abandoned its responsibilities over the years, but we are glad to have met your demands and willing to do more.

    “It is glaring to everyone know that we are coming from a terrible era that no one should ever wish for again.

    “The last administration could not even pay the N18,000 minimum wage, but now we are paying N30,000 minimum wage and even made sure that your salaries were paid while making your demands,” the governor said.

    AbdulRazaq said his administration was determined to restore Kwara’s lost glory in education, with right investments in infrastructure, staff welfare and other support schemes.

    “Kwara came to being the same time with Lagos and some other States.

    Today, Lagos have three state universities because they managed themselves very well.

    “We thank God and the people that allowed us to stop the rots.

    We will make sure the right thing is done.

    “Since we have put the issues of subvention and minimum wage behind us, our next step is to see how to upgrade facilities in our institutions and expand departments,” he said.

    The governor said that everybody should put hands together and do the right thing to improve education and place it where it should be.

    The statement said that the JASUTI leadership was accompanied by the state chairmen of NLC, TUC, Public Service Joint Negotiating Council, and the state Controller of Labour, Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment.


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  •  Two gangs of political thugs in Zamfara have embraced peace and urged the state government to engage them positively so as to contribute to societal development Members of the group said they regretted being used by some politicians to cause mayhem on innocent citizens The groups led by Baba Karami and Garba Lawal aka Vice said they have joined the All Progressives Congress APC and will support government efforts to restore peace in the state A statement by the Zamfara APC Publicity Secretary Yusuf Idris made available to newsmen on Monday in Abuja said members of the groups handed over their weapons to signify their commitment to peace Members of the groups and their weapons were received by a former Chairman of Gusau Local Government Alhaji Babangida Abdullahi who promised to hand over the weapons to law enforcement agents The weapons included knives sticks and machettes Both Karami and Lawal said their repentance followed the realization that while they wasted their lives violently defending the interest of some politicians the children of such politicians are in school preparing for a better future They pledged to work with the state government under Gov Bello Matawalle for the progress and development of the state On his part Abdullahi commended them for embracing peace and pledging to contribute to the developmeny of Zamfara He assured them that they would be treated equally like all other members of the APC and urged them to continue to be law abiding Abdullahi said the Matawalle led administration would not tolerate any form of thuggery especially as the government battle terrorism in order to restore peace and stability in the state NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Repentant political thugs hand over weapons, embrace peace in Zamfara
     Two gangs of political thugs in Zamfara have embraced peace and urged the state government to engage them positively so as to contribute to societal development Members of the group said they regretted being used by some politicians to cause mayhem on innocent citizens The groups led by Baba Karami and Garba Lawal aka Vice said they have joined the All Progressives Congress APC and will support government efforts to restore peace in the state A statement by the Zamfara APC Publicity Secretary Yusuf Idris made available to newsmen on Monday in Abuja said members of the groups handed over their weapons to signify their commitment to peace Members of the groups and their weapons were received by a former Chairman of Gusau Local Government Alhaji Babangida Abdullahi who promised to hand over the weapons to law enforcement agents The weapons included knives sticks and machettes Both Karami and Lawal said their repentance followed the realization that while they wasted their lives violently defending the interest of some politicians the children of such politicians are in school preparing for a better future They pledged to work with the state government under Gov Bello Matawalle for the progress and development of the state On his part Abdullahi commended them for embracing peace and pledging to contribute to the developmeny of Zamfara He assured them that they would be treated equally like all other members of the APC and urged them to continue to be law abiding Abdullahi said the Matawalle led administration would not tolerate any form of thuggery especially as the government battle terrorism in order to restore peace and stability in the state NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Repentant political thugs hand over weapons, embrace peace in Zamfara
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    Repentant political thugs hand over weapons, embrace peace in Zamfara

    Two gangs of political thugs in Zamfara have embraced peace and urged the state government to engage them positively so as to contribute to societal development.

    Members of the group said they regretted being used by some politicians to cause mayhem on innocent citizens.

    The groups, led by Baba Karami and Garba Lawal, aka Vice, said they have joined the All Progressives Congress (APC) and will support government efforts to restore peace in the state.

    A statement by the Zamfara APC Publicity Secretary, Yusuf Idris, made available to newsmen on Monday in Abuja, said members of the groups handed over their weapons to signify their commitment to peace.

    Members of the groups and their weapons were received by a former Chairman of Gusau Local Government, Alhaji Babangida Abdullahi, who promised to hand over the weapons to law enforcement agents.

    The weapons included knives, sticks and machettes.

    Both Karami and Lawal said their repentance followed the realization that while they wasted their lives violently defending the interest of some politicians, the children of such politicians are in school preparing for a better future.

    They pledged to work with the state government under Gov. Bello Matawalle for the progress and development of the state.

    On his part, Abdullahi commended them for embracing peace and pledging to contribute to the developmeny of Zamfara.

    He assured them that they would be treated equally like all other members of the APC and urged them to continue to be law abiding.

    Abdullahi said the Matawalle-led administration would not tolerate any form of thuggery, especially as the government battle terrorism in order to restore peace and stability in the state. 


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  •  Ikeja Electric has debunked reports that some customers under its network had been plunged into darkness Mr Felix Ofulue Head Corporate Communications Ikeja Electric who made this known in a statement on Monday in Lagos described the information as misleading According to him the company is carrying out maintenance of equipment similarly to the ones already completed in Alimosho and many other communities across its network He explained that Ikeja Electric was embarking on replacement of obsolete panels at the Igando Injection Substation which was aimed at improving power supply availability to that area Ofulue noted that the exercise would last for 10 days and that only Feeders under Igando Obadore Akesan and Egan would be impacted and not Alimosho or Lagos as erroneously reported He reiterated Ikeja Electric s commitment to improving the quality and availability of power supply across its network through replacement of obsolete equipment and revamping of infrastructure It is noteworthy to mention that improvement in power supply has been evident in other locations where planned replacement of panels by Ikeja Electric has already taken place Moreso the proactive move by the company to replace the equipment is aimed at avoiding sudden breakdown At Ikeja Electric we are committed to improving services in a bid to deliver better customer experience The successes recorded so far especially in areas where the similar projects were implemented have been generating commendation from our customers he said Ofulue appealed for understanding of customers in Igando during the planned outage which would take place from Sept 6 to Sept 15 He assured them that they would enjoy improved power supply after the conclusion of the project NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Disregard report on blackout in Lagos – Ikeja Electric
     Ikeja Electric has debunked reports that some customers under its network had been plunged into darkness Mr Felix Ofulue Head Corporate Communications Ikeja Electric who made this known in a statement on Monday in Lagos described the information as misleading According to him the company is carrying out maintenance of equipment similarly to the ones already completed in Alimosho and many other communities across its network He explained that Ikeja Electric was embarking on replacement of obsolete panels at the Igando Injection Substation which was aimed at improving power supply availability to that area Ofulue noted that the exercise would last for 10 days and that only Feeders under Igando Obadore Akesan and Egan would be impacted and not Alimosho or Lagos as erroneously reported He reiterated Ikeja Electric s commitment to improving the quality and availability of power supply across its network through replacement of obsolete equipment and revamping of infrastructure It is noteworthy to mention that improvement in power supply has been evident in other locations where planned replacement of panels by Ikeja Electric has already taken place Moreso the proactive move by the company to replace the equipment is aimed at avoiding sudden breakdown At Ikeja Electric we are committed to improving services in a bid to deliver better customer experience The successes recorded so far especially in areas where the similar projects were implemented have been generating commendation from our customers he said Ofulue appealed for understanding of customers in Igando during the planned outage which would take place from Sept 6 to Sept 15 He assured them that they would enjoy improved power supply after the conclusion of the project NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Disregard report on blackout in Lagos – Ikeja Electric
    Economy4 weeks ago

    Disregard report on blackout in Lagos – Ikeja Electric

    Ikeja Electric has debunked reports that some customers under its network had been plunged into darkness.

    Mr Felix Ofulue, Head, Corporate Communications, Ikeja Electric, who made this known in a statement on Monday in Lagos, described the information as misleading.

    According to him, the company is carrying out maintenance of equipment similarly to the ones already completed in Alimosho and many other communities across its network.

    He explained that Ikeja Electric was embarking on replacement of obsolete panels at the Igando Injection Substation, which was aimed at improving power supply availability to that area.

    Ofulue noted that the exercise would last for 10 days and that only Feeders under Igando, Obadore, Akesan and Egan would be impacted, and not Alimosho or Lagos as erroneously reported.

    He reiterated Ikeja Electric’s commitment to improving the quality and availability of power supply across its network through replacement of obsolete equipment and revamping of infrastructure.

    “It is noteworthy to mention that improvement in power supply has been evident in other locations where planned replacement of panels by Ikeja Electric has already taken place.

    “Moreso, the proactive move by the company to replace the equipment is aimed at avoiding sudden breakdown.

    “At Ikeja Electric we are committed to improving services in a bid to deliver better customer experience.

    “The successes recorded so far, especially in areas where the similar projects were implemented have been generating commendation from our customers,” he said.

    Ofulue appealed for understanding of customers in Igando during the planned outage, which would take place from Sept. 6 to Sept. 15. He assured them that they would enjoy improved power supply after the conclusion of the project.


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  •  APM Terminals Apapa has set a new safety record at the port with 400 days no Lost Time Injury LTI No Lost Time Injury LTI a key indicator of the effectiveness of an organisation s safety programme means no injury was sustained on the job by an employee or contractor that resulted in the person being away from work due to injury The Terminal Manager APM Terminals Apapa Mr Steen Knudsen said this in a statement in Lagos on Monday He said the new record was made public at an event to mark the company s 2022 Global Safety Day in Lagos with the theme We Learn And We Adapt Knudsen urged the employees to remain safety conscious and to celebrate achieving a huge milestone of going through a whole year without recording any injury All of us here should inculcate the practice of coming forward to report incidents to ensure a more robust safety Safety is not only for today safety is tomorrow day after tomorrow next week and so forth Today is about safety and we know the theme we learn and we adapt Reflecting on learning and adapting and the transformation journey in the last couple of years we have the ambition to change how we fundamentally do things in APM Terminals We want to be more efficient give our customers a better experience deliver more to the Nigerian economy and do this while ensuring that everyone goes home safe after work In achieving this learning from the past is critical We have a lot to learn from happenings in the past The first stage in any improvement is to realise where you are coming from and improve from there he said Knudsen added that over the past 16 years since it commenced operations APM Terminals Apapa had made substantial investment not only in equipment and facility upgrade but also in continuous training and manpower development We are not only looking at functional skills that enable us work more efficiently and faster we also look at how we develop our supervisory levels managerial levels and front line levels to ensure that we grow the company he said Also the Regional Managing Director Africa and Europe at APM Terminals Igor Van Den Essen commended the Apapa team for the major safety milestone charged them to sustain and improve on the record As we discuss safety while we observe Global Safety Day we continuously highlight how deeply it impacts our operations and our entire company Being in an asset heavy industry and due to the nature of our operations we consider safety to be non negotiable to us our people and our partners across the port logistics ecosystem and it is also one of the three pillars of our strategy Safer Bigger Better he said The Country Managing Director of APM Terminals Nigeria Mr Klaus Laursen while commending the employees reminded them about the importance of maintaining safety every day We need to look at a few things The first step to becoming better is to realise that you have an opportunity to be better So you have to be humble come to the consciousness that we can be better in small and bigger steps So when we come to work if we want to maintain 400 days and more of no LTI it is important that we apart from what we do today can do it better said Laursen According to him the organisation encourages application of newly learned knowledge by its staff Learning is for all of us It gives us an opportunity to say I think this could be better I think I can help make this better And we can all be part of making a small and bigger improvement that makes this place a safe place to work he said A major highpoint of the event was the presentation of certificates of recognition to employees with outstanding safety records The event was attended by several stakeholders including the representatives of the Nigerian Ports Authority Nigeria Customs Service Nigerian Police Force Hapag Lloyd Pacific International Lines and Maersk among others NewsSourceCredit NAN
    APM Terminals Apapa sets new safety record
     APM Terminals Apapa has set a new safety record at the port with 400 days no Lost Time Injury LTI No Lost Time Injury LTI a key indicator of the effectiveness of an organisation s safety programme means no injury was sustained on the job by an employee or contractor that resulted in the person being away from work due to injury The Terminal Manager APM Terminals Apapa Mr Steen Knudsen said this in a statement in Lagos on Monday He said the new record was made public at an event to mark the company s 2022 Global Safety Day in Lagos with the theme We Learn And We Adapt Knudsen urged the employees to remain safety conscious and to celebrate achieving a huge milestone of going through a whole year without recording any injury All of us here should inculcate the practice of coming forward to report incidents to ensure a more robust safety Safety is not only for today safety is tomorrow day after tomorrow next week and so forth Today is about safety and we know the theme we learn and we adapt Reflecting on learning and adapting and the transformation journey in the last couple of years we have the ambition to change how we fundamentally do things in APM Terminals We want to be more efficient give our customers a better experience deliver more to the Nigerian economy and do this while ensuring that everyone goes home safe after work In achieving this learning from the past is critical We have a lot to learn from happenings in the past The first stage in any improvement is to realise where you are coming from and improve from there he said Knudsen added that over the past 16 years since it commenced operations APM Terminals Apapa had made substantial investment not only in equipment and facility upgrade but also in continuous training and manpower development We are not only looking at functional skills that enable us work more efficiently and faster we also look at how we develop our supervisory levels managerial levels and front line levels to ensure that we grow the company he said Also the Regional Managing Director Africa and Europe at APM Terminals Igor Van Den Essen commended the Apapa team for the major safety milestone charged them to sustain and improve on the record As we discuss safety while we observe Global Safety Day we continuously highlight how deeply it impacts our operations and our entire company Being in an asset heavy industry and due to the nature of our operations we consider safety to be non negotiable to us our people and our partners across the port logistics ecosystem and it is also one of the three pillars of our strategy Safer Bigger Better he said The Country Managing Director of APM Terminals Nigeria Mr Klaus Laursen while commending the employees reminded them about the importance of maintaining safety every day We need to look at a few things The first step to becoming better is to realise that you have an opportunity to be better So you have to be humble come to the consciousness that we can be better in small and bigger steps So when we come to work if we want to maintain 400 days and more of no LTI it is important that we apart from what we do today can do it better said Laursen According to him the organisation encourages application of newly learned knowledge by its staff Learning is for all of us It gives us an opportunity to say I think this could be better I think I can help make this better And we can all be part of making a small and bigger improvement that makes this place a safe place to work he said A major highpoint of the event was the presentation of certificates of recognition to employees with outstanding safety records The event was attended by several stakeholders including the representatives of the Nigerian Ports Authority Nigeria Customs Service Nigerian Police Force Hapag Lloyd Pacific International Lines and Maersk among others NewsSourceCredit NAN
    APM Terminals Apapa sets new safety record
    Economy4 weeks ago

    APM Terminals Apapa sets new safety record

    APM Terminals Apapa has set a new safety record at the port with 400 days no Lost Time Injury (LTI).

    No Lost Time Injury (LTI), a key indicator of the effectiveness of an organisation’s safety programme, means no injury was sustained on the job by an employee or contractor that resulted in the person being away from work due to injury.

    The Terminal Manager, APM Terminals Apapa, Mr Steen Knudsen, said this in a statement in Lagos on Monday.

    He said the new record was made public at an event to mark the company’s 2022 Global Safety Day in Lagos, with the theme ‘We Learn And We Adapt.

    ’ Knudsen urged the employees to remain safety conscious and to celebrate achieving a huge milestone of going through a whole year without recording any injury.

    “All of us here should inculcate the practice of coming forward to report incidents to ensure a more robust safety.

    Safety is not only for today; safety is tomorrow, day after tomorrow, next week, and so forth.

    “Today is about safety and we know the theme, ‘we learn and we adapt’.

    Reflecting on learning and adapting, and the transformation journey in the last couple of years, we have the ambition to change how we fundamentally do things in APM Terminals.

    “We want to be more efficient, give our customers a better experience, deliver more to the Nigerian economy, and do this while ensuring that everyone goes home safe after work.

    “In achieving this, learning from the past is critical.

    We have a lot to learn from happenings in the past.

    The first stage in any improvement is to realise where you are coming from and improve from there,” he said.

    Knudsen added that over the past 16 years since it commenced operations, APM Terminals Apapa had made substantial investment not only in equipment and facility upgrade, but also in continuous training and manpower development.

    “We are not only looking at functional skills that enable us work more efficiently and faster, we also look at how we develop our supervisory levels, managerial levels, and front line levels to ensure that we grow the company,” he said.

    Also, the Regional Managing Director, Africa and Europe at APM Terminals, Igor Van Den Essen, commended the Apapa team for the major safety milestone, charged them to sustain and improve on the record.

    “As we discuss safety while we observe Global Safety Day, we continuously highlight how deeply it impacts our operations and our entire company.

    “Being in an asset-heavy industry and due to the nature of our operations, we consider safety to be non-negotiable to us, our people and our partners across the port logistics ecosystem and it is also one of the three pillars of our strategy ‘Safer, Bigger, Better,’”he said.

    The Country Managing Director of APM Terminals Nigeria, Mr Klaus Laursen, while commending the employees reminded them about the importance of maintaining safety every day.

    “We need to look at a few things.

    The first step to becoming better is to realise that you have an opportunity to be better.

    “So, you have to be humble, come to the consciousness that we can be better in small and bigger steps.

    “So, when we come to work, if we want to maintain 400 days and more of no LTI, it is important that we, apart from what we do today, can do it better,” said Laursen.

    According to him, the organisation encourages application of newly learned knowledge by its staff.

    “Learning is for all of us.

    It gives us an opportunity to say I think this could be better, I think I can help make this better.

    “And we can all be part of making a small and bigger improvement that makes this place a safe place to work,” he said.

    A major highpoint of the event was the presentation of certificates of recognition to employees with outstanding safety records.

    The event was attended by several stakeholders including the representatives of the Nigerian Ports Authority, Nigeria Customs Service, Nigerian Police Force, Hapag Lloyd, Pacific International Lines and Maersk, among others.


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  •  A Mapo Grade A Customary Court in Ibadan Oyo State on Monday sentenced a 23 year old man Abayomi Damilare to six months imprisonment for pouring his faeces on a policewoman The court s President Mrs S M Akintayo convicted the man following his plea of guilt and the overwhelming evidence tendered before the court Akintayo summarily tried and sentenced the convict to six months imprisonment with hard labour The court s president described the convict as unrepentant criminal According to her the convict has earlier been convicted and sentenced to one month community service in February by the same court for causing grievous bodily harm to his victim Earlier the Prosecutor Sgt Ayodele Ayeni told the court that the convict had been detained at a police station for allegedly assaulting an elderly man Ayeni told the court that Sgt Abosede Olofintuyi a Policewoman had responded to a distress call from the convict while he was in the cell According to him the demanding to meet the Investigating Police Officer in charge of the assault case My lord Damilare was banging the gate of the cell requesting to see the IPO in charge of his case when the policewoman Olofintuyi went to attend to him However Damilare poured faeces on Olofintuyi s body immediately she opened the cell gate the prosecutor said The prosecutor however tendered the photograph of the assault before the court as well as the defendant s confessional statement as exhibits Ayeni said that the offence contravened Section 356 of the Criminal Code Cap 38 Law of Oyo State of Nigeria 2000 NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Jailbird, 23, bags 6 months imprisonment for pouring faeces on policewoman
     A Mapo Grade A Customary Court in Ibadan Oyo State on Monday sentenced a 23 year old man Abayomi Damilare to six months imprisonment for pouring his faeces on a policewoman The court s President Mrs S M Akintayo convicted the man following his plea of guilt and the overwhelming evidence tendered before the court Akintayo summarily tried and sentenced the convict to six months imprisonment with hard labour The court s president described the convict as unrepentant criminal According to her the convict has earlier been convicted and sentenced to one month community service in February by the same court for causing grievous bodily harm to his victim Earlier the Prosecutor Sgt Ayodele Ayeni told the court that the convict had been detained at a police station for allegedly assaulting an elderly man Ayeni told the court that Sgt Abosede Olofintuyi a Policewoman had responded to a distress call from the convict while he was in the cell According to him the demanding to meet the Investigating Police Officer in charge of the assault case My lord Damilare was banging the gate of the cell requesting to see the IPO in charge of his case when the policewoman Olofintuyi went to attend to him However Damilare poured faeces on Olofintuyi s body immediately she opened the cell gate the prosecutor said The prosecutor however tendered the photograph of the assault before the court as well as the defendant s confessional statement as exhibits Ayeni said that the offence contravened Section 356 of the Criminal Code Cap 38 Law of Oyo State of Nigeria 2000 NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Jailbird, 23, bags 6 months imprisonment for pouring faeces on policewoman
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    Jailbird, 23, bags 6 months imprisonment for pouring faeces on policewoman

    A Mapo Grade ‘A’ Customary Court in Ibadan, Oyo State, on Monday sentenced a 23-year-old man, Abayomi Damilare, to six months imprisonment for pouring his faeces on a policewoman.

    The court’s President, Mrs S.

    M. Akintayo, convicted the man, following his plea of guilt and the overwhelming evidence tendered before the court.

    Akintayo summarily tried and sentenced the convict to six months imprisonment with hard labour.

    The court’s president described the convict, as “unrepentant criminal”.

    According to her, the convict, has earlier been convicted and sentenced to one month community service in February, by the same court for causing grievous bodily harm to his victim.

    Earlier, the Prosecutor, Sgt. Ayodele Ayeni, told the court that the convict, had been detained at a police station for allegedly assaulting an elderly man.

    Ayeni told the court that Sgt. Abosede Olofintuyi, a Policewoman, had responded to a distress call from the convict, while he was in the cell.

    According to him, the demanding to meet the Investigating Police Officer in charge of the assault case.

    “My lord, Damilare was banging the gate of the cell, requesting to see the IPO in charge of his case when the policewoman, Olofintuyi went to attend to him.

    “However, Damilare poured faeces on Olofintuyi’s body immediately she opened the cell gate,” the prosecutor said.

    The prosecutor, however, tendered the photograph of the assault before the court, as well as the defendant’s confessional statement as exhibits.

    Ayeni said that the offence contravened Section 356 of the Criminal Code Cap. 38 Law of Oyo State of Nigeria, 2000.
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