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My pastor instructed me to kill my mother – Mother of four confesses

“I cut off her neck with a cutlass. It was my pastor that said my mother was a witch.

Crisis: Akeredolu bans NURTW, RTEAN activities in Ondo

Ondo State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, has banned the activities of the National Union of Road Transport Workers, and the Road Transport Employers’ Association of Nigeria, following the leadership crisis of the two unions.

Twisted federalism responsible for sectional activism- Gov Akeredolu

Nigerians are more inclined to ethnic nationalism, adding that the people have resorted to clannish satisfaction in place of nation-building.

Amotekun arrests woman for selling day-old baby to Ondo Pastor for N10,000

"I was told to bring N10,000, so that they can give the doctor N5,000 for his job and I did because if I did not, another person would come and buy the baby

Herdsmen crises: provide much-needed leadership, Saraki tells Buhari

Bukola Saraki, the immediate Past President of the Senate and Wazirin Ilorn has made strong appeal to all Nigerians to work...

Sad: Akeredolu’s commissioner for regional integration, Ademodi is dead

Ademodi’s death was “a great loss to the All Progressives Congress, APC, family in Ondo State.

Ondo assembly speaker, others in trouble over contempt

Those to be arraigned include the Speaker, the Clerk of the Assembly, Mr Bode Adeyelu, the Parliamentary Secretary- Mr Abayomi Akinruntan and the Deputy-Majority Leader, Mr Olamide Oladiji.

court acquits lunatic of rape, murder in Ondo

He therefore ruled that the defendant could not be held responsible for his conduct. The court however discharged and acquitted him while the prison authority was ordered to release him to his parents who are to ensure that he receives proper medical care.

Breaking: Ogundeji Iroju, Ondo Assembly Deputy Speaker impeaced

Iroju was among the four suspended lawmakers who were reinstated by the Court of Appeal on November 18 but were prevented from gaining entrance into the Assembly despite the court order.

Election petition tribunal: Akeredolu, APC frowns at Jegede over allegation of threat to life

” The State chapter enjoins the PDP and its candidate to jettison frivolity, and concentrate on gathering or manufacturing evidence to prosecute their case at the tribunal. Seeking sympathy through propaganda won’t yield results.

Travellers attacked, kidnapped by unknown gunmen in Ondo

"At least, I saw about six of them marching into the forest and the gunmen dressed exactly like the Fulani. I am sure travellers were heading to Benin,"

Rufus Giwa rector escapes kidnap, his car vandalised

“Suddenly, they heard gunshots from the supposed herdsmen, which impaled the bursar’s car. But they unbelievably escaped being hit by the bullets.”

Ondo NSCDC lost two officers to road crash

“I felt sad when hearing the news of the death of two corps who died in a motor accident on Friday, Oct. 30, 2020,’’

Ondo: Don’t fold your arms, be determined — NYSC Coord charges Corps members on life after service

“My very resourceful outgoing corps members, you have all benefitted from the Skill Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development (SAED) programme of this laudable scheme. It behoves on you to go into the outside world to practice what you have learnt for the economic growth of Nigeria and empowerment of people within your environment.

#EndSARS: Two officers, one civilian killed in Ondo — CP

“The civilian casualty was one of the three-man gang that attempted to rob a new generation bank in Ondo town,”

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