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Gov. Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State has told Governor-elect, Seyi Makinde, that during his governorship election that will soon be ended after enjoying two terms and failed to secure senatorial post that he was not perfect and he did some part things that he, Makinde should make an adjustment for those things.

The Governor warned troublemakers to stay away from the state.

He said his administration would not allow brigandage to return to the state

Ajimobi told newsmen in his office on Monday night that the recent violent actions embarked upon by some hoodlums in the state would not be condoned.

The governor was reacting to the recent violence in the state which also led to the death of Rep. Temitope Olatoye (ADP-Akinyele/Lagelu).

He said that the administration’s tenure would expire on May 29 and that it would not relent in ensuring the security of lives and property.

“This administration’s tenure ends on May 29. Between now and that time, we will ensure peace and tranquillity which is the hallmark of our administration.

“It was eight years of peace, security, safety and development. We won’t allow Oyo State return to the days of brigandage. This is antithetical to development,” he said.

Ajimobi urged the governor-elect, Mr. Seyi Makinde of the Peoples Democratic Party, to follow the path of peace and encourage people.

“Even if we have done bad things in some areas, we have done many good things that outweighed those supposed bad things.

“The fact that we lost in the election does not mean we should throw away the baby with the bath water.

“I think there are good things he can learn from us and good things we will be ready to give him to take from. And for the bad ones, let him adjust and improve on them,” Ajimobi said.

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Punch Newspapers Headlines Today Monday 27th, May 2019

Inauguration: This is no time for celebration, says Onaiyekan

There are plans to disrupt May 29 inauguration in Adamawa, Police allege

Juventus deny rumours of Guardiola swoop

Ex-Police Affairs Minister, Lame, dies at 66

BREAKING: Four escape death as two-storey building collapses in Owerri

Vigilantes rescue RCCG pastor, as Police save his kidnappers from lynching

Three dead in new attack on Burkina Faso church

Cultists disrupt birthday party, kill one in Ogun

He should leave Boateng on brink of Bayern Munich exit

PHOTOS: NEMA donates goats to farmers affected by Jos crisis

Football: Italian Serie A table, results

I missed it so much: Federer ends four-year Paris absence with victory

Tennis: Auger-Aliassime out of Roland Garros

Sarris Chelsea future in spotlight as Europa final looms

Over 600 people, mostly kids, test HIV positive in Pakistan city as doctor uses infected syringe

Race for Premier League riches causing chaos to Championship finances

For the third time this year, gunmen attack Plateau Poly staff quarters, abduct one

I didnt mock Fayose, ex-deputy over loss at Supreme Court Senate Minority Leader, Olujimi

Teenager Potapova speechless after stunning idol Kerber

Tsitsipas eases into Roland Garros second round

Emery seeks Europa League success to salvage Arsenals season

VIDEO: Why I wear a suit to sell pure water Micheal Ilodubah, young man who hawks water in Lagos

Six killed in Mexican navy helicopter crash

Kerber crashes to Russian teen at Roland Garros as Federer returns

OIC agenda, herdsmen radio confirm Obasanjos position CAN

Identifying Ponzi schemes

APC leaders back Lai Mohammeds reappointment

Imo officials working hard to blackmail me Ihedioha

Zungeru: Crumbling tourist sites adorn forgotten former Nigerias capital

Nigeria of our dreams Childrens perspective

Excitement as June 12 displaces May 29 as Democracy Day

36-state structure cant lead Nigeria to greatness Sen. Olabiyi Durojaiye

Zamfara: PDP congratulates Matawalle, others

I cried when I was called the cheapest actress Mama Rainbow

PDPs opposition strategy is to circulate fake news, create tension Buhari group chair

Two years after Masabas death Polygamists 130 wives, 100 children, others live without a leader

Open letter to Mr President

APC accusing PDP, Atiku to cover up electoral fraud PDP spokesperson

Why we grounded operations of eight domestic airlines NCAA

We need more initiatives to reduce housing deficit Adewole

Obasanjos claim on Islamisation incorrect Islamic scholar

Encouraging ICT local content in Nigerias oil industry

Develop plan to improve performance, NERC tells power firms

Eating late could be killing you

70% broadband penetration in focus as stakeholders raise concerns

FG records N2.22tn independent revenue shortfall in four years

Im concluding plans to do PhD LASUs 74-year-old masters graduate

Military loses N4.8bn weapons in North-East since January

Coscharis introduces more sophisticated all-terrain Range Rover Evoque

Guardian Newspapers Headlines Today Monday 27th, May 2019

Sunshine Stars FC of Akure pips MFM FC4-2 to escape relegation

Gunmen abduct Niger Delta varsity lecturer’s wife

Users Sue Apple For Allegedly Selling iTunes Data

Give us lands for farming to cater for ourselves, IDPs beg FG

Ganduje says confirmation of new perm secs subject to passing drug test

LASTMA official killed in Lagos

I missed it so much’: Federer ends four-year Paris absence with victory

137 pipelines points vandalised in February ‘ NNPC

How To Make Sumptuous Oat Cakes

NAPTIP wants MoU to save Nigerian girls from sex slavery

ICPC recovers N26bn in 4yrs ‘ Chairman

Consultant Speak: Cost Effective Child Survival Strategies

Kebbi government to disburse N900m to Almajiri schools ‘ Bagudu

Election violence continues in India’s Bengal

India, Pakistan PMs speak for 1st time since air strikes

Emery seeks Europa League success to salvage Arsenal’s season

Papua New Guinea PM Peter O’Neill resigns amid gas deal tensions

A Beginner’s Guide To Joining The Fashion Trend

Kerber crashes to Russian teen at Roland Garros as Federer returns

Sarri’s Chelsea future in spotlight as Europa final looms

Zamfara workers bid Yari farewell

Blast kills Chad soldiers, journalist after Boko Haram attack

Trump downplays North Korea launches on Japan visit

Amstel Malta Celebrates the Power of Women

Hanfmann feels childhood deafness can boost chances of shocking Nadal

Israel president says Jews unsafe in Germany after kippah warning

Libya’s Haftar says to fight until Tripoli ‘militias’ defeated

Netanyahu says coalition deal still possible as talk of new polls mounts

Macron and Le Pen in battle for EU’s soul

Police Release Sketch of Chris Attoh’s Wife, Bettie Jenifer’s Suspected Killer

Refreshing Zobo Popsicles To Combat The Heatwaves

All The Excitement That Went Down This Week

Okon Lagos: “I Don’t Regret Saying A Prostitute Is Not A Dignified Person”

Ruggedman Insists He Didn’t Snitch On Naira Marley

8th Assembly curious memories, missed opportunities

9th Assembly leadership: Loss of Zamfara forces APC back to drawing board

Q3 2018 capital budget records dismal implementation

Admasu, Chelangat win Okpekpe Race as Dalung hails organisers

Afolabi, Menashi, Olubusuyi, Osagumwenro: The new kids in app tech

2023 Presidency: Why Ndigbo is angry with Amaechi, others

Live Abundantly launches children Awareness Initiative

Importance of jubilee celebration

Fight worry and anxiety – Part 1

Capable cabinet: Options for Buhari, 9th Senate

Vanguard Newspapers Headlines Today Monday 27th, May 2019

Four dead in new attack on Burkina Faso Christians

Ambode hands over to Sanwoolu

Five Nigerian soldiers killed in Boko Haram ambush

FG set to issue N15bn Green Bond

NAF destroys bandits camp at Doumbourou forest, Zamfara

NiMet predicts cloudy weather, thundery activities for Monday

GTBank improves access to education for children

Apapa: LASTMA officer enforcing Presidential order crushed to death

SIP: Aisha Buhari’s N500bn fraud claim vindicates us ‘ PDP

Bolanle Ambode hands over to Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu wife of governor-elect

Elections: Kano FA hold election despite court order

Lagos Govt demolishes Agboju Market in Festac for being too rough

We recorded 40 percent drop in pipeline points’ vandalism in February ‘ NNPC

Judge suspended for making derogatory comments against President

Shocking: Nigerian girls sold N210,000 as sex slaves in Mali

PDP warns against release of N30b bailout to Kogi Government

May 30: IPOB, MASSOB, Pro-Biafra groups defile clampdown, insist on 52 yrs remembrance

Truckers hails removal of navy from controlling Apapa traffic

Lewis Hamilton wins Monaco GP to extend championship lead

Nigerian Army denies killing of 25 soldiers in Borno

Okorocha to NJC, Abuja CJ: Ignore EFCC’s petition against judge

Blast kills Chad soldiers, journalist after Boko Haram attack

144 Unilag students explore tourism potential of Ile-Ife

Women gear up for Folorunsho Alakija’s ‘Flourish Africa Conference

Olowo of Owo stool : Ajike family present Prince Olatunbosun Ajike as their sole candidate

Tumor: JUTH undertakes first brain surgery using drilling machine

Emery seeks Europa League success to salvage Arsenal’s season

Traders lament demolition of Agboju Market in Festac Town

Zamfara workers bid Gov. Yari farewell

Oyintiloye advocates protection of vulnerable children

Success Adegor: SERAP sues Okowa over ‘poor, substandard primary schools

N30, 000 New Minimum Wage started April 18, FG insists

Road to AMAA 2019 Gala, Enugu: The homecoming

Northern group calls for Emir Sanusi’s resignation

The complicity of those who do nothing

How a survivor’s frantic phone calls from inside rubble saved him

Launch global coalition against terrorism in West Africa, Amnesty Watch tells UN, US

I advised Jonathan not to contest ‘ Wabara

Ishaku: Savouring the reward for hard work and honesty

How PDP candidate won Zamfara Governorship Polls

Bayelsa gov poll: We must play down violence ‘ Jonathan, Dickson , Alaibe, others

Why should I create orphans and widows just because I want political power’ ‘ Alaibe

Energy access model for off-grid communities in Niger Delta

Ugwuanyi’s 2nd Term: Building on laid foundation

Open Letter To Femi Adesina

Pinnick wants Nigerian strikers to fight for EPL golden boot

Qatar in talks to buy Leeds United: report

I’m not richer than Davido ‘ Don Jazzy

Leadership Newspapers Headlines Today Monday 27th, May 2019

Kashim: The War Time Master Builder Does It Again

I’ll Work Harder In My 2nd Term, Says Gov Ayade

Children’s Day: Obaseki Harps On Equipping Edo Children For Digital Age

JNI To Muslims: Intensify Prayers Against Corruption, Kidnapping

Avoid Your Predecessor’s Pitfalls If You Must Excel, Cleric Tells Ogun Gov-elect

Kebbi Gov’s Wife Advocates Law Preventing Parents From Sending Children To Beg

NEDC Boss Weeps Over Condition Of IDPs In Borno

S’West Is Under Siege As PDP Raises Alarm Over Influx Of Killer-Herdsmen

Children’s Day: Career Devt., Ethics, Others Part Of New Curriculum For Edo Schools

ACF Applauds Choice Of Gov. Lalong As Northern Governors Forum Chairman

My Ultimate Ambition Is To Make Heaven ‘ Amaechi

PDP Links Escalating Despondency, Suicides To APC’s Bad Governance

Edo Govt Intensifies Road Construction In Ubiaja, Iruekpen, Ogugu, Others

IDP Murders Fellow IDP In Borno

Kebbi Disburses 900 Million To Support Almajiri Education

CBN, Boi Mull Financing Window For Edo Creative Hub

Chinese Investments Shaping Belt And Road In Nigeria

Rivers: Police Debunks Rumour Of Terrorist Attack In School

Pope Francis Likens Abortion To ‘Hiring a Hitman

JUTH Operates 82-year-old Woman, Halts 50 Years Urine Leakage

Edo Investor Wants More Private Investment In Sports

Northern Group Wants Emir Sanusi To Resign

Forensic Professionals Hail Reps Over Passage Of CIFIPN Bill

Zamfara Workers Bid Gov. Yari Farewell

Kwara Socio-cultural Group Recommends Lai Mohammed For Re-appointment

Ooni Empowers 1,000 Fashion Designers, Urges Them To Be Hardworking

144 Unilag Students Explore Tourism Potential of Ile-Ife

Aisha Buhari Pledges To Champion Women, Youths Participation In Governance

CIFIPN Hail Reps Over Passage Of Forensic Auditor’s Bill

France 2019: Ebi Sets New Africa Record

Poland 2019: Flying Eagles Arrive Bielsko-Biala For USA Clash

Africa Commonwealth Nations Set New Heights For Handball

FG And The Whistleblower Policy

INEC Declares PDP Winner In Zamfara

Hidden Reason Senators Back Financial Autonomy For LGs

NAF Kills Scores Of ISWAP Fighters In Borno

Furore Over VIP Treatment For Detained Vulture

Ramaphosa Sworn-in As President Of S/Africa, Promises New Era

Nomadic Radio To Serve Hunters, Fishermen Others ‘ Presidency

FEPPPAN Maintains Competence For Registration As Pension Union

Group Wants Maina’s Name Removed From EFCC Website

How NSCDC Resolved 39,000 Conflicts In 3 Years ‘ UNDP

Egbin Power Station: Host Communities Lament Irregular Power Supply

Thisday Newspapers Headlines Today Monday 27th, May 2019

Former Minister of Police Affairs, Yakubu Lame, is Dead

High Society Honours Deputy Governor-Elect Obafemi Hamzat

Maharaj Ji Opposes CAN on Religious Quota System

You Don’t Have Power to Conduct Tests for Police, Lawyer Tells JAMB

Africa and The Anti-Corruption Generation

FOR NLNG, IT’S 15 YEARS OF A PRIZED INTERVENTION

We Must All Be Fulani

Exiting Plato’s Cave: Reflections on Nigeria’s Predicament

Lai Mohammed Loses Grip’ As APC Top-notcher Turns Down His Invitation

When El-Rufai Spoke Truth to Power

May: The Conservative Leader Brought Down by Brexit

Ugwuanyi: A Fulfilled First Term, Promising Second Term

The Lilypond Solution to Apapa Gridlock

Bahraini Wins 2019 Okpekpe 10km Road Race

Razak and Shade Okoya Light Up London for Queen’s Birthday

Oba Saheed Elegushi Buys New Mansion for Latest Wife, Hadiza Tanko

INEC Declares PDP Candidates Winners in Zamfara Elections

MTN Confirms EFCC Probe, Denies Shares Manipulation

Ambode’s Dream of Turning Lagos to a Tourism Hub Has Been Achieved

Wike: APC, Some PDP Govs Conspired to Take over Rivers

Finding the Formula for a United Presidency

Flying Eagles Arrive Bielsko-Biala for USA

Can Barcelona Make up for Champions League Exit with Copa Del Rey

Power Interrupted Panic at the DisCos

FMDQ OTC Sheds N12.6tn of Turnover in Biggest Loss

Non-oil Sector Still Saving Grace for Economy

The Power Sector is Too Expensive to Allow Corruption to Thrive

Driving Banks to Improve Private Sector Lending

Economy: Still Punching Below its Weight

Egypt, Nigeria Lead in African

Chicken Republic Launches Campaign to Mark Childrens Day

Tinubus Misdirected Anger and Obasanjos Bravery

Expectations and Need for Buhari to Assemble a Winning Team

Buhari Must Quench the Fire of Insecurity

Deconstructing Sarakis Senate

The Shape of Opposition to Come in Buharis Second Coming

Strengthening Legislative, Executive Ties

Making the Judiciary Truly Independent

Weighing Zamfaraexit and the APCs Future

Mr President, May We Discuss Your Cabinet

Valencia Shock Barcelona 2-1 in Copa Final

Ladipo, Onigbinde Pay Tribute to Thunder Baloguns Wife

Derby Dream Premier League with David Okereke

Pinnick Says NFF Billll Move Nigeria Football Development to Next Level

FG’s Social Investment Programme Made No Impact, Says Aisha Buhari

Clark Asks FG to Evolve Better Strategies to Fight Insecurity, Poverty

For Buhari, A New Season Begins

Shrugging off those ‘Draconian’ Guidelines

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1. Herdsmen: Six Southwest states now taken over by Fulani terrorists – PDP cries out

The People’s Democratic Party, PDP, has raised the alarm that the South-West geo-political zone of the country has been taken over Fulani herdsmen.

The main opposition party said that the people in the region were now being terrorised as the six states of the zone are under siege without any aid from the federal government.

It said this while appealing to President Muhammadu Buhari, the security chiefs and the governors of the six states of the region to take measure to save the people from terrorists’ attack.

2. EFCC vs Gov. Okorocha: What Imo Governor told NJC Chairman, FHC Chief Judge

The Governor of Imo State, Chief Rochas Okorocha has told the Chairman of the National Judicial Council, NJC, and the Chief Judge of the Federal High Court (FHC), Abuja, to discountenance the petition written by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, against Honourable Justice Taiwo Taiwo, for lacking merit.

The anti-graft agency, had in the petition, alleged professional misconduct and abuse of judicial powers against the judge for granting an order enforcing Okorocha’s fundamental human rights.

3. Oyo: Draw a line and work your own legacies – Archbishop Akinfenwa tells Gov-elect, Makinde

The Bishop of the Diocese of Ibadan, Anglican Communion, Most Reverend Joseph Akinfenwa, on Sunday, advised the incoming administration in Oyo state led by Engineer Seyi Makinde to draw a line and begin his own legacies.

Akinfenwa gave this advice during a special thanksgiving service for the successful completion of the two-term administration of the outgoing governor of the state, Mr. Abiola Ajimobi, held at the Cathedral Church of St James, Oke-Bola, Ibadan.

The cleric urged Makinde to be focused by choosing and implementing a clear policy direction that would add value to the lives of citizens of the state.

4. Zamfara: Airforce hits bandits hard in Doumbourou forest

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) says the Air Component of Operation HADARIN DAJI has destroyed bandits’ camp and neutralised dozens of bandits in air strikes it conducted at Doumbourou forest in Zamfara.

Air Commodore Ibikunle Daramola, NAF Director of Public Relations and Information, who announced this in a statement on Sunday in Abuja, said the operation was conducted on Saturday.

5. You’re a shameless politician – Okorocha blasts Uzodinma

Governor of Imo state, Rochas Okorocha, has taken a swipe at the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the last general election and Senator representing Imo West senatorial zone, Senator Hope Uzodinma, over his recent media onslaught on him.

Okorocha, in a statement on Sunday signed by his Chief Press Secretary, Sam Onwuemeodo, described Uzodinma as a “shameless” politician, who aside being engaged to destroy APC in the state, can do worst things to curry favour if given the opportunity.

6. Gunmen abduct Niger Delta University lecturer’s wife as don escapes

Gunmen at Gbarantoru community in Yenagoa on Sunday abducted the wife of a lecturer with the Niger Delta University (NDU).

Sources in the community told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that the incident occurred early on Sunday and that the gunmen fired sporadic shots to announce their arrival.

The gunmen reportedly entered the community through River Nun in a speedboat and headed to the residence of the lecturer, identified simply as Dr Charles.

A resident, who pleaded not to be named for fear of being targeted, said the gunmen missed their target, who evaded escape, prompting them to whisk away his wife, whom they took away in their boat.

7. Two killed as violence breaks out in Jos metropolis

There was pandemonium in Jos North LGA of Plateau State, following a violent disturbance in some part of the metropolis caused by the murder of an unidentified civilian around Dutse Uku of the LGA Sunday afternoon.

DAILY POST gathered that trouble began when the corpse of a male was found in the aforementioned area.

According to a source, “This has always been the trend in the area; once anyone crosses over to the other side, his or her safety was never guaranteed.

8. How Aisha Buhari’s alleged revelation of N500bn fraud vindicated us – PDP

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Sunday claimed that the revelation by the President’s Wife, Aisha Buhari that there was humongous fraud in the N500 billion Social Investment Programme and the N16 billion Mosquito Net Project embarked by the Muhammadu Buhari government vindicate its position that the present administration was deceitful and a pretentious citadel of corruption.

It also alleged that the Aisha Buhari revelation has even shown that the PDP has not been crying wolf by its call for an account of the said trillions of naira allegedly stolen under Buhari’s watch in the last four years.

9. 9th Assembly: APC chieftains drag Clerk to court over leadership

Three chieftains of the All Progressives Congress, APC, across the three senatorial districts of Kwara State have dragged the Clerk of the state House of Assembly to court.

The lawmakers are seeking to compel the clerk to abide by the Order of the House.

The suit marked KWS /186/2019 was filed before an Ilorin High court on Sunday.

It was beween the plaintiffs namely: Maroof Yusuf Olaniyi (Kwara Central), Abass Adeoti (Kwara South) and Usman Hussein (Kwara North) against the Clerk of Kwara State House of Assembly.

10. PDP links spate of suicide, social vices to Buhari, APC’s alleged rigging of 2019 election

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, on Sunday lamented what it identified as the escalated despondency, depression and misery in the country since the rigging of the 2019 presidential election.

The party stated this in reaction to the increase in the rate of suicide, youths’ desperation to travel abroad and other social vice since the conclusion of the 2019 presidential election.

In a statement by its spokesperson, Kola Ologbondiyan, the former ruling party charged Nigerians to “uphold and support one another in love, at this trying time to check the rising social degeneration in our nation, particularly acts of suicide.”

 

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