Farm investors lose as hotels, event centres remain closed
It is about three months now. COVID-19-induced inter and intra-state lockdowns have been affecting businesses of hoteliers, event centre owners, bar and clubbing joints operators and merry makers.
Oyetola threatens worship centres, markets, others flouting COVID-19 directives
Governor Gboyega Oyetola of Osun State yesterday warned erring worship centres and traders in markets in the state to be prepared for shutdown if they continue to flout COVID-19 regulations.
Osun State records three more COVID-19 cases as Lagos discharges 26 patients
Osun State government yesterday said that it had recorded three additional cases of Coronavirus
Man nabbed for allegedly raping neighbour’s 10- year-old daughter in Osun
The police in Osun State have arrested a 27-year-old man, Fatai Gbodorogun, for allegedly defiling a 10-year-old girl in the state.
Police arraign two for allegedly raping woman during robbery in Osun
A 23-year-old man, Oluwaseyi Jubrila, and his mate, Adelusi Michael, aged 21, were yesterday arraigned before an Ile-Ife Magistrate’s Court in Osun State over alleged rape and robbery.
Oyetola commends traders as markets open, curfew begins in Osun
Osun State Governor Gboyega Oyetola yesterday saluted the perseverance and commitment of market men and women in the state for adhering to the stay-at-home order, which lasted for more than four weeks.
Police dismisses officers who assaulted woman in Osun
The Nigeria Police on Friday said it has dismissed two officers who assaulted a woman in Osun State. The police said the dismissal of the officers - Inspector Ikuesan Taiwo and Constable Abass Ibrahim - was preceded by a trial where they were found guilty of assaulting the woman. "They have been dismissed from the…
Oyetola grants amnesty to 34 inmates
No fewer than 34 inmates serving different jail terms have been granted amnesty by Governor Gboyega Oyetola of Osun State.
Osun government warns private hospitals against admitting COVID-19 patients
Osun State government has restated its warning that private hospitals in the state are not allowed to admit and treat suspected or confirmed Coronavirus patients.