Tagged: lagelu

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,...

54 Oyo Caretaker Chairmen receive appointment letters

HOURS after the Oyo House of Assembly warned that no unconfirmed person should parade himself as Caretaker Chairman in the state, 54 confirmed Chairmen received their letters of appointment on Wednesday. Read More… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email

Ifesowapo residents want Oyo govt’s presence

Ifesowapo residents want Oyo govt’s presence

RESIDENTS of Ifesowapo Landlords’ Association, Zone 13, Unity Estate, Kute area of Wofun in Lagelu Local Government, Oyo State, have been advised to abstain from anything capable of giving them hypertension and other related diseases which might lead to their untimely death. This advice was given by Chief Nursing Officer (CNO), Adeoyo Hospital, Yemetu, Ibadan, Mrs Olukemi Komolafe, while addressing the people on causes and how to control hypertension during a medical test organised by the chairman of the community, Mr Ayodele Aluko, for residents of the area. Mrs Komolafe specifically mentioned that hypertension was one of the ailments that...

Council revokes tenancy agreement from Alegongo Market traders

Council revokes tenancy agreement from Alegongo Market traders

Culled From Tribune Lagelu Local Government Area of Oyo State has revoked the tenancy agreement of all unoccupied shops at Alegongo Market, Akobo, Ibadan with immediate effect. The Chairman, Caretaker Committee of the local government, Alhaji Akinmoyede Olafioye gave the order on Monday, at a meeting held with shop tenants in the market complex. The chairman disclosed that the order was necessary in order to manage the market in line with the transformation agenda of Governor Abiola Ajimobi-led administration. Olafioye said that about 60 out of the 450 shops in the shopping complex were under lock and key, adding that...