Oyo State records fresh 53 COVID-19 cases, total hits 2,570
Oyo State government said it has recorded 53 cases of coronavirus.
Amotekun Recruitment: Hunters seek separate unit, open process
The launch of Western Nigeria Security Network, codenamed Operation Amotekun, by governors of Southwest states early this year attracted a deluge of kudos from far and wide. Given that the region witnessed an unprecedented spate of insecurity last year, many residents were elated with the inauguration of the outfit. Despite its launch in the six Southwest states,…
Makinde seeks Assembly’s nod to review 2020 budget amid COVID-19
Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State yesterday sought the approval of the Oyo State House of Assembly for downward review of the 2020 fiscal budget from N208.8 billion to N169.97 billion amid COVID-19 pandemic.
South West hunters kick against online recruitment of Amotekun corps in Oyo
South-West hunters have vowed to pull out of Amotekun in Oyo State if the state government insisted on online registration for interested applicants.
Coronavirus diary - Part 13
On Thursday, June 25, Chief Abiola Ajimobi, a former governor of Oyo state, one of Nigeria’s thirty-six states, died from COVID-19 complications.
Oyo shuts five clinics in Ibadan, Saki over quackery
Oyo State Government has sealed five private health facilities in Saki and Ibadan metropolis over illegal practices.
Again, 42-year-old woman murdered in same Oyo LGA
The police authorities appear helpless over incessant killings in Akinyele Local Government Area of Oyo State, as another woman was killed yesterday, bringing to five the number of killings in the same area in three weeks.
NLC-Civil Situation Room urges sick workers to stay at home
As workers in the Oyo State civil service resume work today, the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC)-Civil Society Situation Room has urged workers who are in doubt of their health...