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Sowoolu launches training manual for broadcasters

Drawing from his about 30 years of experience in broadcasting, Managing Director, Jamz FM, Ibadan, Mr Femi Sowoolu, has published a book for budding voiceover artists, broadcasters, and those in media management. Read More… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email

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FRSC officer seeks divorce after 11 years of marriage

At a Customary Court  in Lagelu, Iyana-offa, Ibadan, Oyo State, an official of the Federal Road Safety Commission, Alade Mutador, on Wednesday pleaded to the court to dissolve the 11-year-old marriage between him and his wife, Bukola Mutador, for alleged ritual practice, infidelity, dishonesty and blackmail. The officer who lives in the Olosan-Alakia area of Ibadan, also told the court that his wife planned to end his life He said, “My wife wanted to kill me so I left my house and I have been sleeping in office. I caught her several times with another man. Whenever she committed adultery,...

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Anglican Diocese asks Nigerian government to intensify war against corruption

The Ibadan Anglican Diocese rose from its 2017 Synod in Ibadan, Oyo State, charging the Federal Government to continue to give priority attention to road construction, review multiple taxation, intensify war against corruption, protect Christians from wanton massacre and promote massive investment in education. Read More… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email

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MAYEIN Launches Participatory Budgeting Project for 60 Secondary School Students in Oyo State

A non-profit organisation in Ibadan called MAYEIN is introducing Participatory Budgeting in secondary schools in Nigeria for the first time! The schools are based in Oyo State. Through a US State Department/IREX Reciprocal fund as well as the outstanding support of our implementing partner an American Participatory Budgeting Expert, Dr. Megan Fisk, MAYEIN is launching a Participatory Budgeting Project in 3 Secondary schools in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. Read More… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email