Despite naysayers, Operation Amotekun takes off in flying colours
The controversy about the launch of the Western Nigeria Security Network (WNSN) codenamed Operation Amotekun by the six governors of the South West was not unexpected.
OPC blasts Northern group over comment on Amotekun
The Lagos State coordinator of the Oodua Peoples Congress (OPC), Alhaji Mutairu Adesina, has flayed the Northern Youths Council of Nigeria (NYCN) for condemning the new security initiative, Amotekun, inaugurated by the six Southwest governors on Thursday.
Aremu: Integrating police into Operation Amotekun will create complications
Let me say somehow it’s getting better unlike what was happening a few months when it was very difficult for people to travel a few kilometres even within towns and cities...
OPC leader visits Jakande, canvasses selfless leadership
National Leader of Oodua People’s Congress (OPC), Prince Osibote, has urged the nation’s leaders to emulate the selfless leadership lifestyle of former Governor of Lagos State, Alhaji Lateef Jakande, even as he described him as a quintessential leader, nationalist and pathfinder.
Flood sweeps 11-year-old boy, rescuer to death, destroys property in Lagos
Tragedy struck residents of Aboru and Iyana-Ipaja in the Alimosho area of Lagos on Saturday as the flood swept away an 11-year-old boy and his rescuer, one Wasiu into a canal linking Aburo and Iyana-Ipaja on Ige Road.
14 Osun kidnap victims regain freedom
The 14 victims abducted on Sunday evening at Ajeokun Junction between Otan Ile and Imesi Ile in Obokun Local Government Area of Osun State have been rescued by the police and local vigilance group.
OPC mulls venturing into politics to pursue restructuring
National Coordinator of O’dua Peoples Congress (OPC), Gani Adams, has disclosed that the group will venture into politics if there is no tangible evidence that Nigeria will be restructured in the next few months.
Akintoye’s leadership will unite Yoruba nation, says Tola Adeniyi
Nigeria is a merger of all sorts of characters. Before the British came, we were organised – all the nationalities were organised. There were beautiful kingdoms in Southern Nigeria – the Oyo Kingdom...
APC, Oshiomhole and the Gordian knot
We open with a classical allusion. Gordius, a legendary peasant, whose son, Midas, rose to be king of Phrygia was said to have dedicated his chariot or ox-cart to Zeus with the yoke tied to the pole in a special knot. Anyone who discovered how to undo it was to become lord of all Asia.