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Osun State Politicians' Globetrotting: What is the Cost to the Masses?
From Niyi Adebisi (USA)
July 17, 2006.

THE first hint was a distress call from a concerned citizen of Osun State, Nigeria. The source reported that close to twenty local government chairmen of this poor state just joined the club of the 'globetrotters' at the expense of the impoverished masses of Osun State, the interests of whom they had, otherwise, promised to protect before they were voted into their various positions of trust.........the alleged globetrotting project was a brainchild of Ms. Bolaji Atanda, a former employee of the Osun State Broadcasting Cooperation (OSBC), Osogbo more.

Governor Oyinlola and Alhaji Badmus of Osun State: Things Fall Apart?
From Freelance Journalist, Osogbo.
July 14, 2006.

THE cordial relationship exhibited by the duo of Governor Olagunsoye Oyinlola, the current governor of Osun State, and Alhaji Tunde Badmus, the National President of the Nigerian Poultry Association and business mogul cum general contract who hailed from Osogbo, Osun State, was an enviable one to outsiders when the pair jointly attended a welcome party in Atlanta on January 27, 2004. Their declared joint mission in the United States of America then was to acquire billions of naira worth of tractors for the development of agricultural sector in Osun State. more.

Visa Applications in Nigeria: British Embassy Setting the Pace!
From CNG Member, Lagos.
July 10, 2006.

JUST two years ago, the British Embassy in Nigeria was allegedly one of the hotbeds of operation for visa racketeers, touts and social miscreants whose chosen main job was nothing but extortion of money from common Nigerians who were seeking visas to the United Kingdom. more.

NUC Accreditation: Dynamics of the threats to government-funded Universities in Nigeria.
From Prof. Omotoye Olorode
Dept of Botany, OAU, Ile-Ife.
July 17, 2006.

WHEN controversies broke out early this year over the results of the so-called accreditations carried out in the Nigerian university system by the National Universities Commission (NUC), the Vice-Chancellor of my university (Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife) was widely reported in the print media to have challenged the bases of the results of NUC's accreditation more.

Judge Oyewole and EFCC jail e-mail scammer: Hope for scam victims?
From Niyi Adebisi (USA)
July 17, 2006.

JUNE 22, 2006 was a sad day for the convicted internet predator, Mr. Yekini Labaika.Fraudster Photo The 24-year-old conman tasted the wrath of law as it was delivered by Judge Oyewole at the Ikeja High Court on Thursday, June 22, 2006, after the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission's (EFCC) officer that was the case's prosecutor argued beyond any reasonable doubt that Yekini was truly the bad egg amongst Nigerians who swindled Ms. Thumbelina Hinshaw more!

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