Today’s Headlines: Kwara Community Launches Police Headquarters Project;Kukah And The Fractured Microcos

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Today’s Headlines: Kwara Community Launches Police Headquarters Project; Kukah and the Fractured Microcos, #dnes039 #Headlines #Kwara #Community #Launching #Police #Headquarters #ProjektKukah #Fractured #Microcos Welcome to BLOG 50MIND SHere’s the latest broadcast news and trends we’ve got for you today: :

Kwara community launches police headquarters project

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The groundbreaking ceremony for the multi-million naira Okelele Divisional Police Command in Ilorin, Kwara State took place yesterday.

The project, which aims to boost security in the area long served by the Alagbado Police Station, is an initiative of the Ibagun Progressive Union (IPU).

It was during the IPU’s appeal for funds from indigenes of the area that a member of the House of Representatives, Alhaji AbdulGaniyu Cook-Olododo, who is an indigene of the area, announced that he would include the construction of the facility in his 2022 constituency projects.

Kukah and the broken microcosm

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Let me begin this rather brief tribute by stating that the story of my contact with Matthew Hassan Kukah and my eventual employment with the Catholic Secretariat of Nigeria (CSN) are already well documented in the manuscripts of my forthcoming book.

Let me also confess that this eventful union was a culmination of the timely interventions of men like Olukayode Akinyemi, the former Archbishop of the Anglican Archdiocese of Kwara, and Oba Oladele Olashore, the late Ajagbusi Ekun of Iloko-Ijesa, Osun State, in the affairs of my life. When all hopes of further studies in the university were almost lost even after the entry requirements were met, it was Akinyemi and Olashore who assured me that the One who made me would never leave me helpless.

The NPC is seeking population support for the 2023 census

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The National Population Commission (NPC) has asked the people of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) for their cooperation, support and assistance to ensure a credible and reliable 2023 Population and House Census.

The Federal Commissioner, representing the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) in the commission, Hon Joseph Shazin Kwali, who made the call in an interview with LEADERSHIP in Abuja, warned residents against engaging in any activity that could cut short the exercise.

Kwali reiterated that the successful conduct of the 2023 census will help the country in its development plans.

He said the commission experienced problems with difficult terrain and poor awareness among residents in the just concluded trial census which was held in selected areas of the three local councils.

OGFZA turns out to be the best efficiency, Transparency Federal Agency

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For the third time, the Oil and Gas Free Zones Authority (OGFZA) has been adjudged the overall best in efficiency, transparency and promotion around its free zones in the country by the Presidential Enabling Business Environment Council (PEBEC).

OGFZA said in a statement that PEBEC rated transparency and efficiency for the first half of 2022 at 83 percent.

A statement signed by the office’s Deputy Director General, Corporate Communications, Golda Ukomadu, said the OGFZA came out the best out of 36 other Ministries, Departments and Agencies in Nigeria that emerged as the best.

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