Otedola’s wife, daughter escape death in London fire mishap

Nana Otedola, the wife of oil magnate and billionaire businessman, Femi Otedola and her daughter Tolani, have escaped death as their London apartment gutted by fire. Tolani who shared a video via her insta-story, didn’t state the cause of the fire but said she and her mother are okay but the firefighters wouldn’t let them in as they are still putting out the fire. Here are videos she shared below View this post on Instagram

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Otedola’s wife, daughter escape death in London fire mishap

ABOUT US CONTACT US HOME CONNECT WITH US The Witness Newspaper THE NEWS Femi Otedola’s wife, daughter escape death in London fire incident Published 2 hours ago  on July 5, 2019 ByFelix Onajite Nana Otedola, the wife of oil magnate and billionaire businessman, Femi Otedola and her daughter Tolani, have escaped death as their London apartment gutted by fire. Tolani who shared a video via her insta-story, didn’t state the cause of the fire but said she and her mother are okay but the firefighters wouldn’t let them in as they are…

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Oyetola floors Adeleke at Supreme Court

Gboyega Oyetola of the All Progressives Congress will remain the governor of Osun State. The Supreme Court gave a finality to the dispute this morning in Abuja, ruling 5-2 in favour of Oyetola and against Senator Ademola Adeleke of the Peoples Democratic Party. Justice Rhodes Vivour read the majority judgment and declared that Oyetola was duly elected in the September 2018 election.

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Protecting Lagos Elephants: the jumbo wildlife surprise in Nigeria’s mega city

The jungle was so thick that Emmanuel Olabode only found the elephants he was tracking when the great matriarch’s sniffing trunk reached out close enough to almost touch. “She flapped her ears, blocking us to guard her family, then left in peace,” recalls Olabode. “It was extraordinary.” The elusive elephants are just 100 kilometres (60 miles) from downtown Lagos, Nigeria’s economic capital, home to over 20 million people. “They are scared of humans,” says Olabode, who leads the Forest Elephant Initiative, a conservation group in the Omo Forest, northeast of…

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Breakthrough in Sudan as military, civilians reach power-sharing deal

05 July 2019 Sudanese shout slogans during a demonstration demanding the ruling military hand over to civilians in Khartoum, Sudan, on June 30 2019. The country’s ruling military council and a coalition of opposition groups reached an agreement on Friday to share power.  Sudan’s ruling military council and a coalition of opposition and protest groups reached an agreement to share power during a transition period leading to elections, setting off street celebrations by thousands of people.ADVERTISEMENT The two sides, which have held talks in Khartoum for the past two days,…

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Radio Television Awards organisers pays courtesy call on NCC

A high powered delegation from the Radio and Television Prestigious Award Nigeria (RTPWN), an organization that offers awards to radio and television broadcasters across Africa on Thursday visited the Nigeria Communications Commission in Abuja, as part of its preparations towards holding a successful awards event to recognise and celebrate deserving broadcasters in the country. The team was received by top management of NCC led by Engineer Bako Wakil, the Director of Technical Standards and Network Integrity (TSNI), who stood in for the Executive Vice Chairman of the commssion, Prof Umar…

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