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Semiu Okanlawon

15 Sep 2019
Upcoming political office aspirants in Africa will excel, if they engage the services of political consultants for their political engagements.
6 Aug 2017
The Osun State Ministry of Home Affairs has recorded an over-subscription of slots allocated to it by the National Commission on Hajj for the 2017 pilgrimage.
8 Mar 2017
The Osun State government has declared a dusk-to-dawn curfew in Ile-Ife after clashes in the city claimed lives and led to the destruction of properties, a media to the state governor said on Thursday.
17 Dec 2016
The Osun State government yesterday officially confirmed receipt of N11, 744,237,793.56, as part of the refunds from the Paris Club loans deductions through the Federal Government.
13 Nov 2016
Director, Bureau of Communications and Strategy, Office of the Governor, Semiu Okanlawon, who defended the action of the governor, said Aregbesola has not violate any law of the land by not appointing commissioners.
30 Oct 2016
Contrary to speculations in town and on the social media platforms that the May/June West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) in the state of Osun is on the downward trend, the State Government has said that the performance....

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