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A final year student of the Federal Polytechnic, Ede, Fisayo Olorunfemi has been reported to have been killed today by a group of angry youths for causing an accident which resulted in the death of a teenage girl identified as Islamat Bello and a motorcyclist whose name was not given.

As gathered by NIGERIA NEWS, Olorunfemi who until his death was a student of the Department of Building Technology drove a Toyota Camry car with registration number AAA 463 DV and accidentally hit a commercial motorcycle conveying late Bello.

According to an eyewitness account, the young girl died on the spot.
Her death, however, caused some youths who were present at the scene of the incident to lynch Olorunfemi.
The Incident was confirmed by the Osun State Commissioner of Police Mr Fimihan Adeoye who condemned the actions of the youths.
Adeoye described the incident as a very unfortunate one as he also expresses shock over the lynching of the final year student.
In the words of Adeoye, “I’m surprised and worried that people can still engage in mob action in this age over an accident. They just killed that student for nothing because his death now cannot bring the young lady back. It was very unfortunate. People should shun this kind of uncivilised behaviour.”
Also confirming the incident was the Police Public Relations Officer for Osun State Police Command, Folashade Odoro.
Odoro disclosed that the remains of the students and the motorcyclist have been deposited in Ede General Hospital’s morgue.
She also revealed that the vehicle and the motorcycle involved in the accident have been moved by the police from the scene of the incident.
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You may decide not to have one, but that’s not always true as desiring to see children around. One of the joy of marital bliss is having child(ren), they are beauty to behold and the hope of those who don’t seek to go into extinction.

Mapping out a day to celebrate this awesome God’s gift has not been any way neglected. Thanks to all the brains that first initiated the celebration for others to follow suit.

The children’s day is traditionally held on the 27 of May annually in Nigeria. One would reason how this celebration came to being, when was the day known to be what it is today.

The children’s day is celebrated all over the world on different days, however, the international children day holds every 20th of November.

Then in 1954, the United Nations established the universal day of the child, known as Universal Children’s Day which is celebrated every November 20 and promotes international togetherness, awareness among children , and improvement of children’s welfare worldwide on this day.

As for Nigeria, the children’s day is celebrated on the 27 of May as children are granted holiday in school which will afford them time in engaging in different activities out of school. First established by the United Nations in 1964, the day remains important in the lives of many Nigerian kids.

Some of the children attend match past, while different programs are available for them to choose from.

The children’s day celebration is vital in Nigeria in the sense that it is the only day in the year that avail all children in the country the opportunity of celebrating their coming into being.

Many children relish this day as they go all out to stadium for match past. More often, state governors are on ground to celebrate them.

Different organizations choose that day to celebrate children, those with entrepreneurial mindset organize different event in a bid to celebrate them. On this day, various programmes like plays, competitions, cultural events are organized etc., and sweets, books, stationary and other gifts are distributed to children.

For some privileged children, you hear them request their parents take them out to different spots so as to enjoy the day.

The day don’t in any way count for some children in Nigeria as they aren’t even aware of the day. Most children in this categories are those out of school, those who have never stepped school and those born and left at the mercy of the streets to cater for themselves. For them school is always tomorrow that would never come.

As we celebrate this year children’s day there are needs to take to heart measures that would help us rid the street off children beggars, ensuring they are well educated. This can’t be achieved if government, organizations, individual shows no concern.

One thing that is certain is they are the future of any nation, investing on ones future can neve amount to waste.

The children of today will make the Nigeria of tomorrow. The way we bring them up, what we investment in them will determine the future of the country.

As we celebrate these children our eyes should not in any way be off what the day is meant for. Parent should take to heart best practices to nurture these children, government alike should rise up to the task of investing more on the welfare of children.

The day is a reminder that every child deserves education, nurturing and the best of everything. They are the building blocks of the nation and hence, the future of the nation depends how well they are brought up.

You may decide not to have one, but that’s not always true as desiring to see children around. One of the joy of marital bliss is having child(ren), they are beauty to behold and the hope of those who don’t seek to go into extinction.

Mapping out a day to celebrate this awesome God’s gift has not been any way neglected. Thanks to all the brains that first initiated the celebration for others to follow suit.

The children’s day is traditionally held on the 27 of May annually in Nigeria. One would reason how this celebration came to being, when was the day known to be what it is today.

The children’s day is celebrated all over the world on different days, however, the international children day holds every 20th of November.

Then in 1954, the United Nations established the universal day of the child, known as Universal Children’s Day which is celebrated every November 20 and promotes international togetherness, awareness among children , and improvement of children’s welfare worldwide on this day.

As for Nigeria, the children’s day is celebrated on the 27 of May as children are granted holiday in school which will afford them time in engaging in different activities out of school. First established by the United Nations in 1964, the day remains important in the lives of many Nigerian kids.

Some of the children attend match past, while different programs are available for them to choose from.

The children’s day celebration is vital in Nigeria in the sense that it is the only day in the year that avail all children in the country the opportunity of celebrating their coming into being.

Many children relish this day as they go all out to the stadium for match past. More often, state governors are on ground to celebrate them.

Different organizations choose that day to celebrate children, those with an entrepreneurial mindset organize a different event in a bid to celebrate them. On this day, various programmes like plays, competitions, cultural events are organized etc., and sweets, books, stationery and other gifts are distributed to children.

For some privileged children, you hear them request their parents take them out to different spots so as to enjoy the day.

The day don’t in any way count for some children in Nigeria as they aren’t even aware of the day. Most children in these categories are those out of school, those who have never stepped school and those born and left at the mercy of the streets to cater for themselves. For them, school is always tomorrow that would never come.

As we celebrate this year children’s day there are needs to take to heart measures that would help us rid the street off children beggars, ensuring they are well educated. This can’t be achieved if government, organizations, individual shows no concern.

One thing that is certain is they are the future of any nation, investing on ones future can neve amount to waste.

The children of today will make the Nigeria of tomorrow. The way we bring them up, what we investment in them will determine the future of the country.

As we celebrate these children our eyes should not in any way be off what the day is meant for. Parent should take to heart best practices to nurture these children, government alike should rise up to the task of investing more on the welfare of children.

The day is a reminder that every child deserves an education, nurturing and the best of everything. They are the building blocks of the nation and hence, the future of the nation depends on how well they are brought up.

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Adewura, missing lady found dead in canal as Twitter users mourn her

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A lady who has been identified as Adewura Latifat Belo has been found dead in canal after being declared missing since on the 15th of May 2019.

NIGERIA NEWS gathered that her last whereabouts was said to be Cement Bus Stop, Egbeda, Lagos. This was a according to a tweet on 21 May tweeted by Nollywood star, Rita Dominic as she called on other twitter users to help re-tweet so as to know her whereabouts.

She tweeted, “Her name is Adewura Latifat Belo. She has been missing since the 15th of May 2019.. Last known whereabout- Cement Bus Stop, Egbeda, Lagos. Kindly retweet.. Praying for her safe return home to her family”

In the aftermath of Rita’s tweet, another twitter user @FrancisIgbo said he heard some guys discussing about Adewura that she has been swept away by the heavy downpour on Wednesday May 15, after the failure of the bike man which she fared to heed warning not to go.

@FrancisIgbo tweeted, “So on this missing lady’s issue, heard some guys talking about a lady that got swept away around that mosan canal area during d heavy downpour on Wednesday, heard d lady was on bike, the description of the lady match Wura’s identity,. I heard people told d bike man not to pass…

However, Wura’s brother, @nastyB1808 refuted the claim as he wrote, “We’ve checked this out, even went ahead to show the bike man her picture and searched the area. By God’s grace that wasn’t my sister. Please pray for her safe return. God bless!

New development revealed that she has been found dead in a canal, NIGERIA NEWS gathered.

Tweets from twitter users have it that she is dead as her body is being said to be found in the canal. While some connected her death to the negligence of relevant authorities in doing what is right, others claimed it was down to the bike man’s failure to heed warning as they all mourn her. Some tweets some hours ago read:

“Thank you all for the search. Adewura is Dead. Her Body found in a canal. The heaven has gained an angel. We depart to meet again till we Meet again Adewura Forever in our Heart God I am in pains but who am I the question you. Rip”

Pathfinder @ Onaolapofarouq tweeted, “ Thanks for the search. Adewura is dead. “Negligence by the relevant authorities, as usual. An unnecessary death due to an open manhole during a storm. Manhole was left open but fully covered with flood, she and the bike man missed it due to bad visibility. She wasn’t aware”

@otunbakush tweeted, “Not only Negligence of the relevant authorities….they told d bikeman not to pass that same place, they told her to come down on d bike, I’m not here blaming her but it could have been avoided…..RIP TO her”

However, the last tweet some 15 hours ago by her brother did not in any way confirms she has been found dead. He wrote:
“ Whenever I open any social media platform and I see my sister’s picture as still missing, my hearts sinks even deeper. I’ve prayed, fasted, kept faith. God, all I want this year is for Ade to come home. Please God… Please!”

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