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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.
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.
16 Mar 2020
Ogun state Police command has paraded a fake lawyer and three fake Immigration officers in the state.
25 Jul 2019
A faction of the suspended local government Chairmen in Ogun State under the umbrella of Association of Local Governments of Nigeria (ALGON) has declared that they are not interested in litigation.
24 Jul 2019
Egba Chiefs have appealed to Ogun state governor, Dapo Abiodun, not to relocate the newly established Moshood Abiola University of Science and Technology, MAUSTECH, Abeokuta.
18 Jul 2019
The Commissioner of Police in Ogun state has called for the support of community leaders and other stakeholders to join hands in making the state safe and secure for everyone to live in. He made the call on Sunday while addressing Police Community Relations in Abeokuta.
8 Mar 2019
A faction of the People's Democratic party, PDP, Ogun State chapter led by its Chairman, Sikirulai Ogundele has adopted the governorship candidate of the Allied People's Movement as it's governorship candidate and it has directed its supporters to follow suit.
24 Jan 2019
Ogun State records 100% increase in IGR, says Governor Amosun.
11 Feb 2018
VP commissions 300 million tank farm in Ogun State.
10 Feb 2018
Power Generation - Ogun State benefits from Nigerian energy support programme.
12 Aug 2017
Ogun State confirms first case of Lassa fever outbreak.
2 Jul 2017
Ogun state NUT members protest against non-payment of salaries.

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