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Hair accessories are back and prettier than ever, but with price tags also rising, these DIY solutions are a cunning loophole.

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Michelle Wolf: ‘I Wouldn’t Change a Single Word’ of WHCD Speech

Comedian Michelle Wolf has come under scrutiny following her White House Correspondent’s dinner speech, but says she wouldn’t change a single word.

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Sustainable Fashion: Ethical Writers & Creatives Is Working to Make the Influencer Industry More Ethical

The Ethical Writers & Creatives group is working to make the influencer industry more ethical and sustainable across categories, from fashion to travel.

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Claire Foy Is Reportedly Getting $275,000 in Back Pay for ‘The Crown’

Claire Foy is being paid back-pay for her work on ‘The Crown’ after it was revealed that she made significantly than her costar Matt Smith.

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Allison Lou Loucite Hoops Are Perfect for Spring

Allison Lou launched ‘Loucite’ hoops, with the smallest version starting at $125, the medium at $145 and the large at $165.

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Former gov aspirant declares for senatorial poll

By Jimitota Onoyume

WARRI—A chieftain of All Progressives Congress, APC, in Delta State,  Ambassador Gabriel Oyibode, has declared his intention to contest the Delta North senatorial district election in 2019.

Oyibode, who contested the governorship poll on the platform of Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in 2015, said he was in the APC to contribute to the party and the state.

He said his desire to contest the Delta North senatorial election  next year was driven by the passion to give the district and the state adequate representation in the National Assembly.

Oyibode, who led his supporters to pay a courtesy visit to a leader of the party in the state, Chief Hyacinth Enuba, promised to give quality representation if elected.

He said: “My victory is our collective victory. One of the things I will ensure if given the opportunity to represent Delta North is the issue of power supply since I am part of the industry and I know how to go about it to fix it. When we have good power supply, it will attract development to our zone.  I will also give the  youths special attention.

“I discovered that there is vacuum because we don’t have effective representation  in the National Assembly. It  was my people that asked me to contest because I will be of immense benefit to them and the state.”

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Edo PDP chieftain flays attack on senator

By Gabriel Enogholase

BENIN—FORMER Deputy State Chairman of Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in Edo State, Mr. Clement Edo-Osagie, has described as disgusting and shameful, the attack on Senator Matthew Urhoghide at the Benin Airport by suspected youths of All Progressives Congress, APC,  simply because he moved a motion on the floor of the Senate questioning the President’s disbursement of funds without recourse to the National Assembly.

Fielding questions from journalists in Benin City, yesterday, Mr Edo- Osagie said that Senator Urhoghide’s motion at plenary was simply to inform the President that he has committed an impeachable offence by violating Section 8 (1,2,3&4) of the constitution and explained why action should be taken against him.

Lampooning the arrant youths for allowing some ambitious  politicians to use them against Urhoghide  when in the real sense they should be very proud of him, Edo-Osagie said that they should have been very proud of the Senator for his effective representation and making Benin Kingdom proud.

He said: “How can a shameful act take place in the presence of Governor Godwin Obaseki and the state Commissioner of Police and you expect the electorate to believe that they have no hand in it?

“This is embarrassing to the great Benin Kingdom. The thugs were even said to be hailing the governor and in the process, he exchanged cheers with them. The use of thugs , intimidation and blackmail will not change Nigerians’  unanimous decision to replace Buhari next year.

“Edo people should remain courageous and steadfast. Senator Urhoghide should realise that he is  not alone in this fight, the authorities should know that mobilising  against the distinguished Senator Urhoghide was not only an affront against the Great Benin Kingdom, but an insult for which no one will go unpunished at the appropriate time.”

He said that Nigerians were groaning in pains as a result of President Buhari’s failed promises, insecurity, corruption  and a strangulated economy, adding that every concerned Nigerian should unite to vote for a good government that will wipe away their tears in 2019


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We’ll increase tempo of surveillance in Delta —CP Muhammed

By Simon Adewale

Delta State Commissioner of Police, Mr Mustafa Muhammed, has assured that his command will increase the tempo of surveillance in order to meet public expectations in the state,  just as he called for improved police/community relations and balanced reportage by the media in order to rid the society of crime.

He gave the charge while addressing men and officers of Sapele Area Command during a meeting with his men and community leaders in Sapele LGA.

He said: “Police officers should be professionally confident, dedicated and pro-active as criminals have begun to learn new tactics and tricks every day and we all should work hard and improve on ways of doing the job so that we do not lag behind.”



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Ibadan monarchs condole with Ajimobi over Oyo Speaker’s death

By Adeola Badru

IBADAN—THE recently elevated traditional rulers in Ibadan, Oyo State, yesterday, commiserated with the State Government over the death of the Speaker of the state House of Assembly, Mr. Michael Adeyemo last week Friday.

Rt Honourable (Barrister) Michael Adeyemo

The traditional rulers, led by the Otun Olubadan of Ibadanland, Oba Lekan Balogun, expressed their sympathy during a condolence visit to GovernorAbiola Ajimobi in his office.

Balogun, who spoke on behalf of others, said Adeyemo’s death was least expected.

He said: “47 years is far too young to die. We are very much grieved. We pray that God grant his soul eternal rest and the family fortitude to bear the loss.”

Ajimobi, in his response, described Adeyemo as a patriotic, diligent and hardworking young man, adding that “I have witnessed and read about many speakers in Oyo State. I have worked with two and heard about six, but without any equivocation, Adeyemo was the best that I ever knew.”

“He is the best in terms of intellect, humility, integrity, knowledge and in terms of all a human being should be like. It’s been very painful that we lost him”, Ajimobi said.

Among those on the delegation were Oba Owolabi Olakunlehin, Balogun of Ibadanland and Oba Eddy Oyewole, Ashipa-Olubadan of Ibadanland.

Others included Oba Amidu Ajibade, Ekaarun-Olubadan of Ibadanland; Oba Lateef Adebimpe, Ashipa-Balogun of Ibadanland and Oba Kolawole Adegbola, Ekaarun-Balogun of Ibadanland.


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Ondo PDP leaders urge Mimiko not to join LP

By Dayo Johnson

AKURE—LEADERS  of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in Ondo State, yesterday, urged former governor of the state, Dr. Olusegun Mimiko not to dump the party for Labour Party.

Former Ondo state Governor, Olusegun Mimiko

Chieftains of the party from Ondo Central Senatorial district met weekend, in Idanre area of the state to warn him of the dangers ahead if he dumps the party for Labour Party.

There were strong speculations that Mimiko was planning to return to LP a platform he used to become governor in 2009.

The former governor was said not to be pleased with the manner the South West was schemed out of the chairmanship of the party.

His former Chief of Staff, Dr. Kola Ademujimi; former Ambassador to Australia, Prof Olu Agbi; former state chairman of the party, Dr. Tayo Dairo and his former Information Commissioner Kayode Akinmade said talks were on to persuade Mimiko not to abandon the party.

The Secretary of the party’s Central Senatorial District, Ade Adegba said: “The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in the Central Senatorial District of Ondo State have resolved to remain in the party. We have met with the former Governor, Olusegun Mimiko and advised him to stay in the PDP.”


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