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Makinde’s Supreme Court victory, a triumph of justice, people’s will—Oduyoye, Gov’s Political Adviser

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The affirmation of the victory of Governor Seyi Makinde in the March 9, 2019 governorship election by the Supreme Court on Wednesday has been described as a triumph for justice and the power of the people to democratically determine their leaders.

Special Adviser on Strategy and Political Matters, Hon. Babatunde Oduyoye, who stated this in reaction to the ruling of the apex court, said that the Supreme Court must be commended for its apparent courage and forthrightness in the face of undue pressure by certain elements to pervert the cause of justice in the election petition matter.

Oduyoye, who stated this in Abuja, shortly after the Supreme Court delivered its judgment, which validated the decision of the Election Petition Tribunal to uphold the election of Governor Makinde, declared that the ruling of the apex court further affirmed the fact that the court remained the last hope of the people.

According to Oduyoye, the unanimous judgment by the Supreme Court “confirmed that technicalities cannot take the place of the people’s power and that only the ballot box can determine the fate of political office holders.”

“We are happy that the Supreme Court has affirmed what we knew all along- that the people of Oyo State overwhelmingly voted for Governor Seyi Makinde in a free, fair and credible election on March 9, 2019, when they elected him with over 515,621.

“Today, the shameless voyage embarked upon by peddlers of lies and desperation in Oyo State politics came to a decisive end with the unanimous judgment of the Supreme Court, which validated the election of Governor Seyi Makinde.

“That judgment, in which all seven justices of the apex court agreed with the ruling of the Governorship Election Petition Tribunal in Oyo State and the minority judgement of the Court of Appeal, that Governor Makinde had, indeed, won the election and that the All Progressives Congress (APC) failed to prove its case, is a triumph of justice and fairness. It is a vindication of the people, who voted for massively for Governor Makinde.

“Now that the people have won, as Governor Makinde’s victory is a victory for the good people of Oyo State, who have been enjoying good times under his leadership, the Governor is prepared to continue to deliver on his promises to the electorate.

“The Governor deeply appreciates the courage of the judiciary, the support of the Oyo State electorate and everyone who took part in the struggle to ensure that justice and fairness prevailed in the face of the pressures mounted by the opposition politicians to snatch the mandate given to him.

“Governor Makinde has, by the show of solidarity and support, been encouraged to continue to deliver excellent service to his State and its people.”

Signed

Babatunde Oduyoye

Special Adviser on Strategy and Political Matters to the Governor of Oyo State,

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Another Popular Musician Is Dead

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The news reaching thepagenews has it that a Veteran highlife musician, Felix Odey, popularly known as Feladey is dead.

 

 

According to the report, he died in the early hours of Thursday, July 29, 2021.

 

The deceased was the musician who popularised Rex Lawson’s ‘Sawale’ in the 90s and the subsequent single, ‘Band Boys’ had a fever before passing on.

 

 

Feladey would be remembered for his outstanding contributions and works in the music industry of which is the popular and original signature song of NTA 2 Channel 5.

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Vertigo Africa Explodes On To The Music Scene

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Vertigo Africa is the new and trending destination for music fans and Artist. The company recently opened their headquarters in Lagos, yet they highlight music from all over the continent. Then it is  shared via their multi-patented technology, with the Global community. In a recent interview the CEO stated “ There is so much music talent in Africa. Our goal is to provide a means to share this with the world. “

https://www.vertigoafrica.com/

https://www.vertigoafrica.com/

 

Vertigo Africa is one of the few Apps that allow music and socialization legally.  Also, Vertigo Africa is the only platform that combines Spotify an Apple Music users together for a massively rewarding social experience. As a user you have your own personal profile page where you can post pictures, videos as well as host live events throughout the world with your friends and followers .

 

 

Aside from users socializing with one another, many of the continents leading music artist are quickly onboarding. On the platform each performer has their own unique Artist lounge. In the Artist lounges they interact with their fans personally for live interviews, song releases listening parties and exclusive mini-performances.

 

https://www.vertigoafrica.com/

 Vertigo Africa is truly the next revolution in music and socialization. Any Phone without Vertigo Africa is like life without pleasure.

 

Instagram @vertigoafricalive

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Poison scare: God will Expose Wicked People Around Me- Davido

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Multiple award-winning Nigerian singer, Davido, has taken to his verified Twitter account with over nine million followers to state that God will expose any “wickedness” around him.

 

In his tweet, the iconic singer wrote, “God will expose and deal with any wickedness around me; near or far, Amen. I’m blessed.”

 

His tweet comes shortly after a video snippet surfaced online where a cleric claimed that he had a revelation the pop star would be poisoned by someone living under his roof.

 

“I told you about one singer, Davido. They will poison him; I don’t know him and I have never seen him in my life. They will put something in his drink; he will be rushed to the hospital, will be admitted, and unconscious. The person that will poison him is sleeping in his house,” the cleric said.

 

More so, the singer’s former personal assistant, Aloma, in a recent interview, revealed that in 2017, he was offered N100m by someone in the music industry to implicate Davido in the death of his friend, Tagbo.

 

Aloma said, “When we were at the Police station, Lion Building, they took me to a room and said that I am a ‘fall man’. Beware of this music industry, everyone is trying their best to pull David down.

 

“They told me to write a statement which will state that David killed Tagbo. They gave me a cheque of N100m just for me to write that David killed Tagbo.”

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