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Ondo Assembly Warns Politicians Fanning Embers Of War, Says Status Quo Remains
ODHA Confirms Appointment Of Interim Management Committee Of LGAs
Ondo Govt Begins Payment of Backlog of Gratuities with 1bn
Ondo Youth hails Asonja’s Return As Tantita Boss
Ex-ODHA Speaker, Bolarinwa, Unfolds Plans as New Rotary President
Ondo Tantita Boss Hails Tompolo Over Honorary Doctorate
Fajana was a reformer – Bishop eulogises late Okeagbe monarch
Ijare Obaship Tussle: Kingmakers, Former LG Boss Urge Sapetu to Respect will of the People
ODIRS applauds Sam Maris Varsity’s robust take off
Orumen Withdraws Petition Against NULGE President
Contingency fund: Ondo Youth Leader Writes Speaker, Oladiji
Akeredolu urges FG to peg interest rate for farmers

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Ondo: Police arraign 7 suspected thugs over alleged illegal possession of firearms, weapons

The Nigerian Police on Monday arraigned seven men at Akure Magistrates’ Court over alleged possession of firearms and other dangerous weapons. The suspects are: Balogun Ojo Samuel, 29, Jamiu Alidu,33,

ODSG Inaugurates commitee to retrieve Government equipments

Ondo State Ministry of environment has inaugurated a seven-member Special Committee to retrieve equipments used for waste management in the state. The Commissioner for Environment, Hon. Oyeniyi Oseni, said the

Ondo Govt Mourns Founding Father, Olutoba Adeyemi

The government and the people of Ondo State, expressed sadness over the death of one of its founding father of the state, Prince (Hon) Olutoba Adeyemi. This is a great

Ondo 2024: Okeigbo APC Stakeholders Back Aiyedatiwa

By: Jimmysayo Adebiyi In anticipation of the upcoming governorship primary election of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ondo State, leaders of the party in Okeigbo Community of Ile-oluji/Oke Igbo

CSOs, Lawyers To EFCC: charging Yahaya Bello for crime predating his tenure reflects desperation without due dilligence

. Advise EFCC boss to shut out selfish politicians, concentrate on genuine struggles Civil Society Organisations and human rights lawyers have called on the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission to