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EXPOSED: The Debauchery Lifestyle Of Popular Monarch Son, Yomi Akinruntan! + How he was relieved from all His Fathers Investment

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The Holy Scriptures says “Train up your child in the way he should go, even when he grows old he will not depart from it”. The wasteful lifestyle of Yomi Akinruntan, the first sons of the Olugbo of Ugboland in Ondo and chairman of Obat Oil, Oba Obateru Akinruntan shows that he was not trained in the way of the Lord, or rather he deviated from it.he lacks parental training

Oba Obateru Akinruntan, Yomi Father

Information filtering has it that, Yomi’s wasteful lifestyle made his father to sack him as the Director of Operations in OBAT petroleum, and gave him huge sum of money to float a business of his choice. In collaboration with his younger brother, Yomi opened a night club, D’Ark located at Elegushi private beach. It was gathered that the business was short lived, as Yomi and Co virtually consumed all liquor on their shelves.
Sources revealed that Yomi, who is now a ‘turn in the flesh’ to his father was equally sacked due to misappropriation as the MD of Febson Hotel and suites in Abuja, one of the many hotels own by his father. After been relieved of all duties from his father businesses, it was gathered that Yomi was left with no option than to allow his wife; Lamide become the breadwinner of the house. Lamide who had never work in a paid employment organization, went job hunting before she secures a place with Cakes ‘N’ Cream in Lagos.
As life becomes unbearable, Yomi relocated to Akure to save himself of shame and sort solace in politics to atleast gets his father’s attention again, Yomi decided to contest for House of Representatives. Those in the known revealed that immediately his ambition got to the ears of opponents, it was uncovered that Yomi never studied Law in Ogun State University as claimed but falsified certificate.

The falsified certificate issue made him to shift gear quietly and settle for House of Assembly, Ilaje constituency 1, Ondo State. Those privy to reliable information claimed his father is never in support of his political ambition but prefer him to turn new leave and live a better life.

We will update you with more information as soon as we lay our hands on them.

Source: Society Reel News

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Just In: Again, national grid collapses to zero megawatts

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Nigeria’s national grid crashed to zero megawatts (MW) at 10:51am on Monday, causing power outage nationwide outage.

The collapse occurred days after electricity consumers said they had enjoyed improved supply.

The national electricity grid as of 10am on Monday had 3,712MW generated from 21 Generation Companies (GenCos) before it dropped to 0MW one hour after.

According to the information from the System Operations, a section of the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN), only Afam IV was on the grid but with zero supply as of 12noon.

As of Sunday, the highest generation was 4,100MW while the lowest was 3,652MW with the frequency hovering between 49.04 Hertz (Hz) and 50.34Hz.

Since July 1 this year, consumers said power supply had increased in their various areas.

For instance, the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) recently confirmed increment in its daily allocation to over 500MW from the actual 300MW it had distributed before then.

Though the national grid had not cross 5,000MW, Daily Trust observed that level of load rejection especially around the DisCos’ networks had dropped significantly with some customers entitled to five-hour supply, recording over 12 hours daily.

The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) had attributed the improvement in power supply nationwide to the partial activation of contracts that seeks to hold sector operators liable for deliberate incompetence.

The national grid collapsed twice, in July and in August but was quickly restored and power supply improvement was sustained before the latest system collapse on Monday.

According to records, this is the seventh system collapse this year, much more than the three recorded last year.

Although TCN, the national grid manager was yet to establish the cause of the crash, some insider said it could be as a result of a maintenance of the 330 kilovolts Jos – Bauchi transmission line maintenance slated for Monday.

Some DisCos including Kaduna Electric, Enugu, and Kano, had already communicated the nationwide outage to their customers noting that efforts were ongoing to restore supply.

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Police Deploy More Personnel To Seaports In Lagos Over Nigerian Students, NANS’ Protest

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Following the ASUU strike that has kept university students across the nation at home for over seven months, NANS declared “Occupy The Airport” nationwide protest.

The Nigeria Police Force has announced that it has deployed personnel to adequately secure seaports across the nation following a threat by the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) to shut down commercial activities at the nation’s busiest seaports ¬¬¬¬¬¬- the Apapa and Tin-Can Island Ports in protest over the lingering strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).
Following the ASUU strike that has kept university students across the nation at home for over seven months, NANS declared “Occupy The Airport” nationwide protest.
The aggrieved students who protested on Monday at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport also reportedly threatened to ground commercial activities at the Apapa and Tin-Can Island Ports in Lagos State.
Disclosing the security beef up to Daily Trust, the Commissioner of Police in charge of Western Port Authority Command, Jonathan Towuru, said security was tightened around the Western Ports to avoid any breakdown of law and order although the student body did not show up as threatened.
The commissioner said, “People went about their businesses while operations at the terminals went on seamlessly, without any hindrance. But if the students eventually turn up, we will engage them in discussions. I must say that they conducted themselves well on Monday at the airport even though you still saw police monitoring the protest.”

 

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Evans The Billionaire Kidnapper Bags 21 Year Imprisonment

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Justice Oluwatoyin Taiwo of the Ikeja Special Offences Court on Monday sentenced kidnap kingpin, Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike, also known as Evans, and his co-defendant, Victor Aduba, to 21 years imprisonment for kidnapping one Sylvanus Hafia.

They were accused of conspiring and kidnapping Sylvanus Ahanonu Hafia at about 5:30 pm on June 23, 2014, at Kara Street, Amuwo Odofin in Lagos and were alleged to have captured and detained Hafia and demanded a ransom of $2m.

But they pleaded not guilty to the four charges.

The judge held that the sentence would serve as a deterrent to other aspiring kidnappers

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