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Ex-Deputy Governor’s Daughter found dead under boyfriend’s bed

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The daughter of the immediate past Deputy Governor of Ondo state, Alhaji Lasisi Olugbenga Oluboyo was found dead at her boyfriend’s house in Akure.

Oluboyo, who was a final year student of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, was found dead in the house of Mr. Adeyemi Alao, popularly known as Q.S.

Mr Femi Joseph, the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Ondo command told News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), that the incident was unfortunate.

“It is not a rumour but it is a fact that the young lady was found dead this morning and it is saddening and very unfortunate.

“We are on it and trying to get some facts but the Commissioner of Police will brief the press about the details in another 48 hours,” Joseph said.

A tweet by Bolanle. C Victoria @bolaNLee_c said; “Miss Adenike, daughter of the immediate past Deputy Gov of Ondo State, Alhaji Oluboyo has been found dead under the bed of her boyfriend in Akure.”

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Singer Rudeboy Appreciates Nigerians In Diaspora For Supporing Protest

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Nigerian singer, Paul Okoye, alias Rudeboy, has appreciated Nigerians in the diaspora who have in one way or another contributed to the protests.

The former PSquare member took to his Twitter page to charge them to continue supporting the movement. In his words:

“To all our brothers and sisters in diaspora we see what you are doing keep the fire and the energy burning #NewNigeria #EndBadGovernmentinNIGERIA”

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The musician also weighed in on the COVID-19 palliatives found in the warehouses.

If not for #EndSARS protest who would have believed that we have been wasting our saliva and energy asking for electricity, water, roads, schools and hospitals from individuals who hide RICE, INDOMIE and GARRI from us?”, he wrote.

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Court Strikes Out Homosexuality Charges Against Dancer, James Brown, 46 Others

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Court Strikes Out Homosexuality Charges Against Dancer, James Brown And Others
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A federal court in Lagos has dismissed the charges of homosexuality filed by the police against internet sensation, James Brown and 46 persons in November, 2019.

The judge, Rilwan Aikawa made the order on Tuesday, stating that the charges against the defendants lacked “diligent prosecution” by the police.

According to him, J.I Ebhoremen, the prosecuting counsel, was, for the umpteenth time, absent from court and gave no reasonable explanation.

The defence counsel, Israel Usman, had noted that it was the ninth time Mr Ebhoremen did not show up in court since the case started in 2019.

Usman brought the judge’s attention to Section 356(5) of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act, 2015 which provided a maximum of five adjournments at the instance of the prosecution in a criminal trial.

In his ruling, Mr Aikawa said;

“I agree entirely with defendants’ counsel that the prosecution’s attitude to this case is not satisfactory. In my view, this should not be. If the prosecution has a cogent reason not to be in court, he should have communicated in writing to the court and copy the defence counsel.

For whatever reason, the prosecution is no more capable or not willing to prosecute this case. Consequently, this case is struck out due to lack of diligent prosecution.”

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Burna Boy Speaks On Police Brutality During His BET Hip Hop Awards 2020 Performance

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Burna Boy Speaks On Police Brutality During His BET Hip Hop Awards 2020 Performance

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Nigerian singer, Damini Ogulu alias Burna Boy, has lent his voice once again to police brutality. This time, it was while he was performing on stage at the BET Hip Hop Awards 2020.

The award winning Grammy nominee was performing his song featuring Coldplay’s Chris Martin titled ‘Monsters You Made’ at the 15th annual awards show.

During the performance, the musician sang in front of a protest footage as his band wore shirts that had the bold inscription #StopPoliceBrutality.

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Immediately the song ended, Burna Boy spoke about why police brutality must be brought to an end. He then stood with his band members as they all did the signature pose by holding their fists up in the air.

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