Amosun calls for more prayers at Ogun Christmas carol
23 December 2017 | 9:00 am
Amosun calls for more prayers at Ogun Christmas carol.
1 Apr 2020
Gradually, Nigeria is going on a total lockdown as more states close their borders as a measure to curb the spread of COVID-19. When The Guardian visited the Lagos-Abeokuta expressway toll gate end bordering the two states, there was little or no activities in the Ogun State end. All shops were locked in the border area of Lagos and many commuters stranded.
Buhari extends lockdown in Lagos, Ogun and FCT, Global cases pass 1.85 million, deaths slow in Spain
13 Apr 2020
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15 Apr 2020
At least one hundred and fifty suspects have been paraded in Ogun for alleged robbery and cultism.
14 Apr 2020
Residents of border communities in Ogun and Lagos are living in fear following rising cases of armed robbery attacks.
20 Apr 2020
For days, groups of anxious residents - young and old, and mostly male - kept night vigils on streets, armed with machetes, bottles and other household items. Braced for an attack that emanated from rumours that a group of up to 200 armed robbers was on the rampage. Even though hundreds were later arrested in Lagos to Ogun State, the situations seem to be under control by the Nigerian Police Force who seems to be overwhelmed at first.
22 Apr 2020
In this report, Bukola Samuel-Wemimo engages the commissioner of health in Ogun state, Tomi Coker, on the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state.
27 Apr 2020
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1 May 2020
In this interview, Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu speaks more on why the president reviewed lockdown order on Lagos, Ogun and FCT.
6 May 2020
Omo-Agege: Lockdown shouldn’t be only about Lagos, Abuja, and Ogun
16 May 2020
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10 Aug 2020
A newborn baby was found abandoned in a pit on Saturday, August 8 in Olori Adiyan, a suburb of Ogun State. Residents claimed the baby must have been dumped by the mother who didn't want the child but nobody saw when the dastardly act happened.
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In the US, a small number of Patriotic Millionaires has banded together to demand the government tax the rich. They say tax revenue is the fuel the country runs on. Meet an American multimillionaire in Georgia who'd gladly pay his fair share.
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Kenyans are just hours away from heading to the polls for a general election. They will choose governors, MPs and a new president, marking the end of Uhuru Kenyatta's nine years in office. Also, as grain exports from Ukraine slowly resume, we take a closer look at fertiliser, another product from the region that Africa depends on. Finally, Chad's military government and more than 40 opposition groups sign a deal to launch national peace talks later this month.
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FRANCE 24 sat down with Mykhailo Fedorov, Ukraine's deputy prime minister and minister of digital transformation. The ministry was created in 2019 because President Volodymyr Zelensky had promised that Ukraine would be a pioneering e-government. Since the Russian invasion, digital transformation has been put on a "war footing", Fedorov said. He told FRANCE 24's Gulliver Cragg about several projects: a chatbot that allows people to send information about the movements of the Russian army, a joint project on drones with the Ukrainian military, as well as the use of artificial intelligence for facial recognition. The latter includes identifying slain Russian soldiers and informing their families via social media.
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UN investigators have said there is growing evidence of crimes against humanity in Myanmar since last year's military coup. The team said it had compiled documentary evidence of the junta's crackdown on dissent.