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*Mallam (Comrade) Ajibade Quazeem Adekunle*

By Abideen Owolabi ( OWOBLOW)

I write to commend and congratulate your Excellency, Governor Seyi Makinde on your monumental achievement over the amicable resolution and acceptance of ownership of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, LAUTECH, Ogbomoso by Oyo State Government.

Mr. Governor, you have demonstrated a high level of commitment, dedication, love and maturity towards ensuring that our dear state is progressing.

As a matter of fact, you are a progressive and ideological leader whose leadership style is worthy of emulation. I am not surprised with your selfless and developmental actions of which you have shown to us recently on the inauguration of Security Network Agency, code – named AMOTEKUN corps, which is now fully operational. Despite political differences, you objectively put into consideration the interest of the citizens of Oyo State.

However your actions have shown to Youths that you are not a leader that values his pocket but a leader who puts the interest of the people first.

Conclusively, I want to implore and plead to you to make the location of LAUTECH mini Campus at Igbeti Olorunsogo local government, as it’s no longer news that Mini Campus would be moved to Oke Ogun area for the betterment and development of Oyo State.

His Excellency, you are very aware that Igbeti is a very peaceful, accommodating , conducive with a lot of space.

I strongly believe that other materials needed to accomplish the building of the Mini Campus to Igbeti will definitely cost government less as people of Igbeti are so supportive.

Mr. Governor, Igbeti people will not forget your name in the book of history if you can do this.


Oyo state Teaching Service Commission (TESCOM) has added 1,109 names to the list of shortlisted applicants for non-teaching vacancies in the state.

Update on the portal seen by Naijaparry on Wednesday morning showed that the shortlisted candidates for various roles have reached 8,733.

Shortlisted candidates started interview on Friday, November 20th and it is expected to end Friday 27th November 2020.

Earlier, Naijaparry had reported that 5,761 applicants were shortlisted for interview. It was later increased to 7,624 on Monday.

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Shortlisted Applicants are to appear at TESCOM Headquarters, Secretariat Ibadan on the Dates indicated against their names with relevant credentials/documents at 8:00 am daily.

The Osun State Police Command has declared a 12-year-old girl, Sikiru Barakat missing.

In a statement on Wednesday sent to NAIJAPARRY by the Osun State Police Public Relations Officer, Opalola Yemisi said the young girl who lives at 16, Elegbeleye Street, Obalende area, Oke-Baale in Osogbo left home since November 16th, 2020 and yet to return home or seen.

The statement reads below:

“This is to inform the general public that, the female person whose photograph shown on the screen left home since 16th November, 2020 to unknown destination and till now she has not return home nor seen.

“Sikiru Barakat ‘F’ lives at No. 16, Elegbeleye Street, Obalende area, Oke-Baale, Osogbo, Osun State. Age: 12 years.Dark in complexion. About 3 feet tall and as tribal mark.

“The bulletin enjoins all person(s) with useful information about her whereabouts to contact the nearest Police Station. “


The Ooni Of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwunsi on Wednesday fulfilled his promise to name his newly born prince after his predecessor, Sir Tadenikawo Adesoji Aderemi.

The day which climaxed the first eight-day of the 3 week cultural rites traditionally observed at the Ile Oodua Palace of the Ooni of Ife for naming new born princes and princess started with the traditional movement of the Ooni from his private residence in the palace to the sacred Yeyemoolu well to offer prayers and traditional rites before moving through various palace chambers; from Ile Ogun to Ile Odikeji and Ile Omirin, finally to Ile-Igbo to mount the oldest stool of Oduduwa at Ile Igbo Where a reigning Ooni occasionally sits whenever there is a very important events.

At Ile Igbo, spiritual obeisance by the Isoros and other traditional rites were offered to formally welcome the royal baby to the Ife Royal Court and announce his names to the general public.

Custodians of various deities known as ‘Oba Isoro’, Obas and Ife High-Chiefs offered prayers in the traditional way with items like sugarcane, Aadun, honey, dried fishes, money, pen, bitter colas, cola nuts, alligator peppers, snails schnapps, water, palm oil, doves and other Yoruba core prayer items.

After the prayers and sacrifices, the Ooni consulted Ifa oracle through the Araba Agbaye, head of Ifa priests worldwide, before making the baby’s names public.

Names of the prince handed by Araba Agbaye to High-Chief Lowa of Ife, Chief Adekola Adeyeye who officially pronounced them to the anxious crowd are: Tadenikawo, Adesoji, Aderemi, Eri-Ifeoluwasimi, Adeiwa, Inioluwa, Ademide, Adegbite, Diekoloreoluwa, son of Ogunwusi.

Ooni of Ife Son Names

The birth of the prince on Wednesday, November 18, 2020 was greeted by three phasses of 21day traditional rites according to the dictates of Yoruba cutoms before it was rounded off today within the premises of Ile Oodua Palace of the Ooni.

The Lowa Adimula of Ife who presented the baby’s names to the public said the traditional rites which started a week ago will be concluded after 21 days from birth, saying It has become important for people to understand the culture and traditions of naming princes following the legacy established by Oduduwa Olofin Adimula, the progenitor of Yoruba race.

Ooni Ogunwusi had pledged to name his prince after the 49th Ooni of the 3rd dynasty and First African Governor of the old Western Region in Nigeria, Sir Tadenikawo Adesoji Aderemi who Ooni reigned from 1930 to 1980.

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Ooni of Ife Naming

Argentina Football legend Diego Maradona is dead.

The former Argentina player reportedly died at 60 after suffering a cardiac arrest, according to reports in Argentina.

According to the Argentina newspaper Clarín, the football legend suffered a cardiorespiratory arrest at his home.

His death is coming just two weeks after leaving the hospital where he underwent surgery on a blot clot in his brain.

Maradona, regarded as one of the greatest footballers of all time, helped Argentina win the World Cup in 1986, the pinnacle of an illustrious career.

He played club football for Boca Juniors, Napoli and Barcelona among others and was adored by millions for his brilliant skills.

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Oyo State Governor, Engineer Seyi Makinde, on Wednesday, laid the foundation stone of the N1.5 Billion Bodija Premium Estate, saying that the state is ready to partner genuine investors to reduce the housing deficit in the state.

The governor performed the foundation laying ceremony at Oba Akinyele Street, Bodija Estate, Ibadan, saying that one of the benefits of the project is that there will be an upsurge in the internally generated revenue of the state on land premium through statutory charges and improved taxes.

A statement by Mr. Taiwo Adisa, Chief Press Secretary to the governor, indicated that Governor Makinde, who was represented by the Secretary to the State Government, Mrs. Olubamiwo Adeosun, stated that the project is situated on premium land spanning 12,209.45 square metres.

According to him: “Bodija Premium Estate was birthed when Project Scope Limited bidded competitively for this State-owned moribund asset as advertised by the Oyo State Investment and Public Private Partnership Agency (OYSIPA).

“This is yet again, one of the clear evidences of a transparent political will backed by this administration to encourage and attract investments into Oyo State. This investment is valued at N1.5 Billion.”

He explained that the Bodija Premium Estate will comprise 45 housing units consisting of six (6) units of 2-bedroom flats in 4 blocks; twelve (12) units of 3-bedroom flats in 4 blocks; fifteen (15) units of 3-bedroom terraced houses; and twelve (12) units of 4-bedroom semi-detached duplexes.

Other features of the estate are to include Club House, Gym, Swimming Pool and Children’s play area, quality infrastructure drains, roads, security house/access control and alternative power supply, water, sanitation and waste disposal systems.

“We will continue to ensure that our processes are transparent and fast in a bid to make Oyo State the preferred investment destination in Nigeria,” the governor added.

He said the project will be completed within 18 to 24 months, noting that indigenous artisans and building materials suppliers within the state will be engaged by the company.

Earlier, the chairman, Housing Corporation of Oyo State, Barr. Bayo Lawal, hinted that when the project is fully developed in 18 months, it will be another day for the state to celebrate.

“This particular project is unique in all ramifications, as it is meant to provide for high-end users within Bodija Estate

“It is not going to be a massive project, it is for high end users and that is why when we decided to go on partnership, we sourced for those people who have the capacity to bring about the kind of project that we envisioned within the Bodija Estate.

“We have 45 housing units to be developed by Project Scope and I understand that they will do this within the timeline specified, because the major constraint that developers of their kind often face is that of funding. But they have given us assurance that funding is not a problem. So, we can look up to the 18 months timeline for completion and delivery of the project.

“You will agree also that this is just high-end housing units, which is not for the masses because of the cost. This administration is taking care gradually to address mass production and delivery of housing units.

“Your Excellency Sir, we appreciate you indeed because you have given this kind of arrangement full support, the arrangement of PPP. There is no way by which we will begin to build one housing unit here and there and expect that we will bridge the gap of housing delivery in Oyo State; but this kind of arrangement has provided a big opportunity for people of Oyo State to access housing units in large numbers.”

In his response, the Managing Director, Project Scope Company, Alhaji Omodele Rufai, said that the company will build a high-quality project, premium luxury and the best of the best.

He said that the project is targeted at growing upwardly mobile demographic, which, according to him, will rejuvenate Bodija generally and add value to the Oyo State Government.

“I congratulate Oyo State and its people on the achievement of the laudable objectives of Governor Seyi Makinde.

“We are bringing in nothing less than a billion Naira investment into Oyo State with the added value of having direct cash in-flow into the economy. We are using local suppliers, local artisans. We are buying materials locally. We are paying taxes for the people working here. So, it is a double-value-sided arrangement.

“Having said this, we encourage everyone here to spread the work that we are doing here.”

The Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Prince Diran Odeyemi has issued a warning to a former governor of Osun state, Rauf Aregbesola to stay away from the state to prevent breakdown of law and order.

Odeyemi disclosed this in a statement signed by himself and made available to NAIJAPARRY on Tuesday.

Odeyemi claimed that Osun residents had suffered enough because of maladministration of the former governor and do not deserve to be put through harrowing experience of security breakdown, maintaining that the proposed visit of the Minister of Interior to the state is a plot to cause mayhem.

Odeyemi also called on security operatives to pay more than passing attention to the planned visit by Aregbesola purportedly to mark 10 years of return of progressive administration to the stat.

“It is more that mere coincidence that Rauf Aregbesola decided to mark 10 years of his administration on the very day his successor Oyetola wanted to celebrate his 2nd year administration. It is obviously meant to test power and popularity with the use of thugs and hooligans” Odeyemi declared.

The PDP spokesman further claimed that the visit had already exposed the bad relationship that existed between the incumbent governor, Adegboyega Oyetola, and his predecessor, and cautioned that rather than come to Osun for any celebration, Aregbesola should endeavor to let the residents enjoy their peace, having left them worst than he met them.

The PDP stalwart further claimed that there was no concrete achievement recorded by the state other than huge debt of N200B, formation of thuggery tagged ‘State Boys,’ inflated contracts and complete loss of value under the watch of ex governor Aregbesola.

“What is he coming here to celebrate? Where is MKO International Cargo Airport where over N3 billion was spent by Aregbesola? What is good in his administration that Aregbesola left over N200 billion debt according to the National Bureau of Statistics as at November, 2018 when he left government,” he stated.

Odeyemi in the statement also said, “Where is our opon Imo, now known as tabloid of fraud awarded to Kabir Aregbesola at the rate of N7 billion? Where is Dagbolu International Market that Aregbesola promised Osun people after spending huge amount of money?

“Aregbesola left N36 months unpaid half salaries to Osun workers and pensioners amounting to N30 billion. Where is igi iye project that swallowed several billions of naira? Where is osunwon omoluabi introduced by Aregbesola government? where is Osun helicopter? Why did Aregbesola refused to pay pensioners their gratuities for 8 years?

“Under Aregbesola for eight years, civil servants were not promoted, Local Governments were fraudulently forced to on parliamentary system just as we want to ask about O Reap, O -Hub, O-Fish, O pig all of which are failed promises used to syphon Osun’s allocation”

“Aregbesola also bastardised the educational sector by introducing single uniform, renaming of schools, mergers of institutions including reclassification again universal educational system.

“For three years, consecutively, Aregbesola spent over N4 billion by sending Osun people to Cuba the advantage of which we still don’t know in Osun state,” PDP further questioned Aregbesola’s achievements.

He added that he is sure that no reasonable Osun resident would join Aregbesola’s celebration but urged security to remain vigilant and take proactive steps to prevent impending crisis, should the former governor insist on visiting.


In October, the National Executive Council (NEC) chaired by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo ordered the setting up of judicial panels of inquiry across the 36 states and Federal Capital Territory Abuja to x-ray and investigate historical allegations of human rights abuses carried out by operatives of the disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).

So far, only 28 states have set up their judicial panels. They include:

· Katsina: On October 21, Governor Aminu Masari constituted an 11-member judicial commission headed by Justice Abbas Abdullahi Bawale of the High Court and Ibrahim M. Daku as secretary.

· Kogi: Governor Yahaya Bello on October 17 inaugurated a 10-member panel of enquiry. Headed by Muizideen Abdullahi

· Kwara: Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, on October 20 inaugurated a 10-member panel of inquiry headed by retired Justice Tunde Garba.

· Ekiti: On October 22, Governor Kayode Fayemi established the judicial panel of Inquiry headed by retired judge Cornelius Akintayo.

· Osun: On October 22, Gboyega Oyetola inaugurated the judicial panel of inquiry. It has 12 members and is chaired by Akin Olademeji

· Ogun: Governor Dapo Abiodun set up an eight-member judicial panel of investigation to try alleged cases of police brutality against citizens of the state on October 17. It is headed by Justice Solomon Olugbemi (rtd).

· Ondo: On October 20, Governor Rotimi Akeredolu constituted a judicial panel of inquiry. The panel is headed by Justice Salisu Adesola Sidiq (Rtd).

· Edo: The Edo State government on October 19 set up a 12-member judicial panel of Inquiry into circumstances surrounding the #EndSARS protests. The chairperson is Justice Ada Ehigiamusoe and Joyce Ugbodaga secretary to the panel.

· Delta: On October 17, Delta constituted an eight-member judicial panel of inquiry. The chairperson of the panel is Justice Celestina Ogisi (retd) and Omamuzo Erebe is secretary.

· Bayelsa: Governor Douye Diri on October 22 also set up a five-man panel. He announced Retired Justice Y.B. Ogola as chairperson and Allowed Opokuma as secretary.

· Anambra: Governor Willie Obiano on October 16 set up a panel consisting of 11 members. The panel, according to the Governor, would also look into the allegations of extrajudicial killings levelled against a former leader of SARS in the state, Chief Superintendent of Police James Nwafor (retired). The panel is headed by retired Justice V. N, Umeh.

· Bauchi: Governor Bala Mohammed on October 29 inaugurated a 17-member judicial panel of inquiry to probe cases of human rights abuses by police in the state. The members are Justice Habibu Idris Shall (Rtd. High Court Judge) as chairperson.

· Gombe: Governor Inuwa Yahaya on October 31 inaugurated an 11-member commission of inquiry and appointed Justice Sa’ad Mohammed (retired) is the chairperson.

· Plateau: Governor Simon Lalong set up the panel consisting of eight members on October 18. The panel is chaired by a retired Judge of the Plateau High Court, Justice Philomena Lot.

· Adamawa: Governor Ahmadu Fintiri on October 20 named 11 members of the panel drawn from the judiciary, civil society organisations, security, youth, religious and students groups. Justice Adamu Hobon (Rtd) was named chairperson.

· Taraba: Governor Darius Ishaku on October 23 inaugurated a 10-member judicial panel of inquiry and restitution for victims of police brutality and other security agencies. The panel has Justice Christopher Awubra as chairperson.

· Nasarawa: On October 20, the Nasarawa State government set up a judicial panel of inquiry to probe the activities of the disbanded SARS. The chairperson of the panel is Justice Badamasi Maina (rtd).

· Enugu – On October 17, Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi announced the setting up of a judicial panel of inquiry consisting of eight members to investigate complaints of police brutality or related extra-judicial killings. It has retired Justice Kingsley Ude as chairperson and Joy Ezeolo as secretary.

· Ebonyi – Governor David Umahi on October 22 inaugurated an 8-member judicial panel committee. The panel is chaired by retired chief judge of the state, Justice Alloy Nwankwo.

· Benue: Governor Samuel Ortom on October 21 inaugurated a nine-member judicial panel of Inquiry. The panel is headed by a retired Chief Judge of the State, Justice Adam Onum.

· Cross River: Governor Ben Ayade on October 22 inaugurated a seven-member judicial panel of enquiry and restitution to investigate police brutality on residents of the state. The chairman of the panel of enquiry is retired Justice Michael Edem.

· Abia: On October 23, Governor Okezie Ikpeazu approved the inauguration of a 10-member judicial panel of inquiry in the state. This panel is headed by Retired Justice S. N Imo.

· Imo: On October 19, Governor Hope Uzodimma inaugurated a 17-member judicial panel of inquiry. The panel is chaired by Hon. Justice Florence Duruoha-Igwe (Rtd) and Isaac Oguzie as the secretary.

· Akwa Ibom: Akwa Ibom on October 20 set up a 8-member judicial panel for the state. The panel has Justice Ifiok Ukana (Retd) as chairperson and Mfon Edemekong of Ministry of Justice as secretary of the panel.

· Rivers: On October 20, Nyesom Wike, set up a 9-member judicial commission of inquiry to investigate alleged brutality and human rights abuses by police in the state. It is headed by Retired Justice C.I.Uriri and George Nwaeke as the secretary.

· Oyo: On November 10, Oyo Governor, Seyi Makinde, inaugurated the state’s Judicial Panel of Inquiry to look into cases of police brutalities by the disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) and other units against Nigerians. The panel which is made up of 11 members is led by a retired judge, Bolajoko Adeniji.

· Lagos: The Lagos State Government on October 19 inaugurated an 8-man Judicial Panel of Inquiry and Restitution to investigate cases of police brutality in the state. This Judicial Panel is led by Justice Doris Okuwobi, a retired Judge of Lagos.

· FCT: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on October 21 inaugurated an 11-member Independent Investigative Panel (IIP) to probe allegations of human rights violations against the defunct Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). The chairman of the panel is retired Justice Suleiman Galadima.


Here are some signs that woen display when they’re cheating.

1. Nagging 

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Is she nagging you non-stop? Now. Before you answer this; ask yourself… is she nagging you because you aren’t taking responsibility for yourself/your household duties, or is she looking for things to nitpick you about? Often men and women’s definitions of “nagging” are different. If she’s just grasping at straws looking for faults, she might be digging for a reason to end things.

2. Hanging with Someone New

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Does your partner have a new friend? That’s totally normal. LOL. Policing who your partner can and cannot be friends with is not healthy. That being said, if she seems reluctant to discuss this person or share details of their relationship, that might be a sign that there is something to be suspicious of. If you are unsure, why don’t you ask?

3. A Sudden Interest in Your Schedule

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Again. This is a totally normal thing that couples do. “How was your day?” or “What do you have going on today?” is a nice thing humans do to show they care. But if she seems nervous, or like she’s keeping tabs on you, then maybe you should start worrying. Once again, a simple hey, what’s up with you? could fix all this suspicion.

4. Preoccupied

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Do you notice a sudden lack of presence on her part when you’re hanging out? Does she no longer listen to you when you speak? Are you boring? Or is she cheating? Or is she just going through something at the moment? Maybe ask her! See if she needs your support, a listening ear, or if she’s schtuping someone else.

5. Silence

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If you do confront her about your suspicions, does she stay silent? Does she divert or distract or gaslight? Not only is that a sign of infidelity, but it’s a sign of abuse. If the relationship is important to you, you should work on this tactic together; if neither of you are capable of that, you should get out.

6. Hiding Her Phone

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This is pretty standard cheating behavior. Is there suddenly a passcode on her phone when there wasn’t one before? Does she never leave the thing unattended with you? Is it because you’ve invaded her privacy in the past or is this a completely new and unwarranted thing? Maybe ask! Hey, I’ve noticed that you are suddenly being protective of your phone and it’s making me feel suspicious, is there something we need to talk about?

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Couples typically have peaks and valleys to their sex life; it doesn’t necessarily mean someone is cheating-sometimes changes in hormones, health, or stress can affect a woman’s sex drive. Either way, if you notice a lull in intimacy, it’s good to communicate through it. Ask what’s going on and really care about the answer. If she’s having sex with someone else instead of you, isn’t it better just to know?

8. Constantly On Her Phone

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Smart phones might be more of a problem for relationships than infidelity. But, if you catch her smiling or laughing at her phone; or blushing like a school girl at the little screen, there might be cause for concern. Instead of snooping or letting your anxiety over the matter get the best of you, you should probably just ask her about it. Who’s making you smile like that? You know, in polyamorous relationships, seeing someone else make your partner happy can increase one’s own happiness. There’s even a word for it; compersion.

9. Buying New Clothes

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Is she in makeover mode? A lot of women change their appearance to coincide with changes in their lives? Is she about to make a big change? Has she already made one? Talk to her to find out.

10. Emotional Distance



Do you suddenly feel an emotional void between the two of you that wasn’t there before? She may be saving that intimacy for someone else. Bridging that gap is the only real way to healing, though, and that starts with a conversation.

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This could be considered suspicious if she’d never done this before. But also, who calls someone? Text like a normal person.

12. Showing Her Annoyance

HaveIs she, like, super annoyed with you? Is she not afraid to show it? Are you annoying? Or is she grumpy because she wants to go hang out with her other boyfriend? Better ask.