Wednesday, 6 November 2013
According to Punch, the police in Ogun have arrested a 30-year-old panel beater, Wasiu Yusuf, for allegedly stabbing his friend, Adeolu Olatoye, to death in Abeokuta. Another suspect in the alleged killing of the 32-year-old graphic artist, Mukaila Popoola, is currently on the run.
The suspect’s wife, 26-year-old Busayo, is also in detention at the Adatan Police Station. The victim, the suspect and his alleged accomplice lived in the same premises before the incident. Our correspondent gathered that Adeolu was allegedly killed by Yusuf and his accomplice in their residence in the Oke-Efon area of Abeokuta for allegedly having an affair with his wife.
Wednesday, 23 October 2013
The declining fortunes of the domestic airlines have made President Goodluck Jonathan’s 10-aircraft Presidential Air Fleet larger than the fleets of three domestic airlines combined, investigations by our correspondent revealed on Tuesday.
The three carriers are Chanchangi, MedView, and FirstNation airlines. Chanchangi has one aircraft; Medview Airlines, three; while FirstNation has two.
IRS Airlines, with five aircraft in its fleet, has only one that is currently operational. The four others have been sent overseas for routine maintenance for a long time now.
Tuesday, 15 October 2013
This is an open letter from the Chief marketing Officer Blackberry, read and enjoy
To our valued customers, partners and fans,
You’ve no doubt seen the headlines about BlackBerry
You’re probably wondering what they mean for you as one of the tens of millions of users who count on BlackBerry every single day.
We have one important message for you:
You can continue to count on BlackBerry
How do we know? We have substantial cash on hand and a balance sheet that is debt free.
We are restructuring with a goal to cut our expenses by 50 percent in order to run a very efficient, customer-oriented organization.
Monday, 14 October 2013
The Academic Staff Union of Universities has alleged that its leaders across the country are being watched by security agencies. It said the union leaders’ lives were under threat.
ASUU said security forces were secretly investigating its leaders’ sources of finance.
Chairman of the University of Ibadan chapter of the union, Dr. Olusegun Ajiboye, in a release titled “ASUU strike: Union leaders go underground,” said he had received calls warning him about his role in the strike. He however said the union would not bow to pressure from security agencies over its action.