Tags Osogbo

Tag: Osogbo

University Don, many others shot on Osogbo express way

Arijesuyo, who worked at the Guildance and Counselling section of the Students Affairs Department of the university was said to have been attacked on Saturday by the gunmen alongside his driver and one unidentified person.

One dies as hoodlums attack Osogbo community in Osun

During the process they attacked residents and business owners in the area, shooting one Hausa trader in the process and leading to confusion in the area.

EFCC records eleven convictions in one day

The convicts are to forfeit all items recovered from them to the Federal Government of Nigeria, and also restitute sundry sums to their respective victims.

Soldiers take over roads in Osogbo, as Banks, businesses shut down over curfew

Soldiers were seen enforcing the curfew order at the popular Olaiya junction in Osogbo and its adjoining roads with checkpoints.

Osogbo inferno: NIPOST head office not affected – NIPOST Official

“It was not NIPOST, it was a complex beside NIPOST. The first information I got was that NIPOST was affected but it was a complex beside it.”

Rain showers as maiden voyage; Ataoja, devotees pay homage to Osun deity

The heavens opened its valves and showers of blessings rained on the Osun maiden voyage and its devotees as they pay...

Osun deity: Palace Chiefs resist priest’s attempt to takeover temple

An attempt by an Osun priest, Chief Olayiwola Adigun to take control of the deity’s temple was on Saturday resisted by...

Most Read

Nigerian repatriated from Germany to US risks 30 years jail term for multiple money scams

The US Department of Justice’s Office of International Affairs of the Department’s Criminal Division provided significant assistance in securing the defendant’s extradition from Germany.

Police officer fired for pepper-spraying Black army officer in ‘horrifying’ traffic stop captured on film

police officer Joe Gutierrez was terminated from service after an internal investigation concluded that the police department’s “policy was not followed” and pepper spray was used against Lieutenant Caron Nazario, officials of Windsor, Virginia, said in a statement.

Nigerian stocks fall further, investors lose N30bn

The financial services industry (measured by volume) led the activity chart with 607.22 million shares valued at N6.07bn traded in 10,125 deals, thus contributing 68.46 per cent and 65.99 per cent to the total equity turnover volume and value respectively.

Buhari’s late driver not detained, tortured – DSS

The DSS spokesman, therefore, urged the public to disregard the fake news trending on the online platform.