OLUGA CONGRATULATES FIRST LADY, STATE OF OSUN, KAFAYAT OYETOLA AS SHE TURNS 60

OLUGA CONGRATULATES FIRST LADY, STATE OF OSUN, KAFAYAT OYETOLA AS SHE TURNS 60 Chairman, Committee on Women in Parliament, Hon. Taiwo Oluga has congratulated the wife of the Governor of State of Osun, Mrs. Kafayat Oyetola on her birthday, as she turns 60. She made this known to the media via one of her media aides today, 2nd of April, 2020, where she describes the First Lady of the State of Osun, as a virtuous woman, a mother to all, irrespective of religion, tribe and political party. The member representing…

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Health 

COVID-19: Why You Need To Keep Distance

A World Health Organization (WHO) warning to health workers that proximity could lead to transmission through the air has led to curiosity among researchers that the virus could be airborne, making social distancing and wearing of masks a critical way to keep safe. Whereas the health agency insisted the virus that causes the highly contagious Covid-19 disease is not airborne, it issued a warning to medical staff that the virus is likely to remain airborne in some places around health facilities. Local respiratory infection experts declined to give a clear…

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World News 

Landlords And Tenant Association Calls For Three Month Rent Waiver Over Coronavirus Crisis !

The Landlords and Tenants Association of Kenya (LATAK) has called for a three-month rent waiver amid Coronavirus (COVID-19) menace. According to the Association, landlords have been urged to offer the waiver for the months of April, May and June, citing disruption of the economy. In addition, LATAK has also called upon the government to play a role aimed at assisting landlords that are servicing loans from commercial banks. Also, they want the government to direct banks to give a six-month moratorium to landlords servicing loans. Speaking during a press briefing…

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Politics 

5,000 Nigerians Received N20,000 From FG – Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development

The Federal Government has commenced payment of N20, 000 each to five thousand beneficiaries of its Conditional Cash Transfer, CCT, programme in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). Hajiya Sadiya Umar Farouq, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, disclosed this on Wednesday at Kwali Area Council in the FCT. Farouq said the payment was in line with the directives by President Muhammadu Buhari. Buhari in a nationwide broacst on Monday, announced the payment as a measure to cushion the effect of the lockdown of Lagos and Ogun…

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Uncategorized 

CHIEF IBRAHIM INAOLAJI, A GREAT LOSS TO OSUN AND NIGERIA AS A WHOLE – REP. OLUGA

CHIEF IBRAHIM INAOLAJI, A GREAT LOSS TO OSUN AND NIGERIA AS A WHOLE – REP. OLUGA The member representing Ayedaade/Irewole/Isokan Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, Hon. Taiwo Olukemi Oluga has condoled with the family of the Late Mayegun Adini of Yoruba Land, Chief Ibrahim Inaolaji, Ikire Land, State of Osun and Nigeria as a whole, over the demise of an icon, Chief Ibrahim Inaolaji. The Mayegun Adini of Yoruba Land, Chief Ibrahim Inaolaji, a great son of the soil, bread and buttered in Ikire, who has contributed immensely…

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Politics 

OLUGA CONGRATULATES TINUBU @68

OLUGA CONGRATULATES TINUBU @68 The honourable member representing Ayedaade/Irewole/Isokan Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, Hon. Taiwo Oluga, has congratulated the former Governor of Lagos State and the Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, as he turns 68 today. The Chairman House Committee on Women in Parliament described the celebrant as a man of his words, a man of many parts, who has contributed immensely to the growth and sustenance of democracy in Nigeria. She further described the birthday man as a man of…

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National Assembly 

Lapses of Security Operatives at the Nation’s Airports must be addressed – Oluga

Lapses of Security Operatives at the Nation’s Airports must be addressed – Oluga It is hightime we addressed the lapses of Security Operatives at our Airports before it gets out of hands. This motion was moved yesterday, 11th March, 2020, by Hon. Akin Alabi, a member representing Ona-Ara/Egbeda Federal Constituency in the House of Reps, and it was supported by Hon. Taiwo Oluga representing Irewole/Ayedaade/Isokan in the House of Representatives. One will note that one of the regulations of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) provides that liquid above…

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National Assembly 

Bills Presentation: I Am Still Counting – Hon. Taiwo Oluga

Bills Presentation: I am still counting – Taiwo Oluga It is not business as usual at the plenary held yesterday, 10th March, 2020, in the Green Chamber, as several bills went through their first readings. The story is not different for Hon. Taiwo Oluga, the honourable member representing Ayedaade/Irewole/Isokan Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, as five bills presented by her, went through their first readings. The bills are as follow; Electoral Act (Amendment) Bill, 2020 (HB. 793) Compulsory Universal Basic Education Act (Amendment) Bill, 2020 (HB. 794) Women’s…

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National Assembly 

Number of Women, Youths & Physically Challenged in Politics Must Increase – OLUGA

The alarming low numbers of Women/Youths/Special Physically Challenged persons in governance must be taken into consideration, and we shall all take it as burden and make sure the number increases. Hon. Taiwo Oluga disclosed this at the retreat of the 9th Female Senators/Hon. Members of the National Assembly, organized by the House Committee on Women in Parliament, in collaboration with Youth Initiative for Advocacy, Growth & Advancement (YIAGA) Africa, held on Thursday, 5th March, 2020, at Radisson Blue Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos. In her remarks, the honourable representing Ayedaade/Irewole/Isokan Federal…

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World News 

Nigerian Women are true mothers, and they must be celebrated – Taiwo Oluga

Every 8th of March has been recognized as the International Day of Women all over the world, and Nigeria is not left out in the celebration. Nigerian women are true mothers, and they deserve to be celebrated. Hon. Taiwo Oluga, Chairman, House Committee on Women in Parliament, in the House of Representatives, made this assertion while answering questions from the press on the importance of celebrating women, which has become a global occurrence. She further stated that every nation that recognises, respects and celebrates women is building the future of…

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