White Money Wins 2021 BBNaija ‘Shine Ya Eye’ Show
The 29-year-old housemate, Hazel Oyeye Onou, aka Whitemoney, has won the 2021 BBNaija ‘Shine Ya Eye’ edition. After 72 days in the Big Brother Naija lockdown house, Whitemoney, who has been a fan favourite from the beginning of the show, beat Pere, Angel, Cross, Emmanuel and Liquorose to the ultimate prize.
Fire guts two fuel-laden tankers in Osun
There was confusion in Iwo community, Osun State on Sunday when two oil-laden tankers gutted fire.
The Nation gathered that the fire engulfed one of the tankers parked within the premises of the company located at Rabsh Imec, Iwo.
The fire later spread to the second tanker inside the premises.
The cause of the fire is not yet known but it was learnt firefighters stormed the premises to put the situation under control.
The spokesperson of Osun State Fire Service, Mr Ibrahim Adekunle confirmed the incident.
He said: “Properties worth N7 million were destroyed in the fire but we are able to saved properties worth N2 billion by our quick intervention.”
Source: The Nation
Osun couple dies of suspected food poisoning on Independence Day
There was pandemonium at Ireti Ayo community along Ijebu-Jesa road in Osun State when the corpse of a couple was found in their apartment.
Our correspondent gathered that the incident happened on October 1st when one of the residents of the area discovered that the couple was laying on the floor.
The neighbours forced their way into the apartment and discovered that the couple is dead.
A resident, who spoke with The Nation, said: “We suspected that they die of poison because their corpses were found around their dining table.”
The Police through its spokesperson, SP Yemisi Opalola confirmed the incident.
She said: “55-year-old Mr Olasunkanmi Eso and 50-year-old Mrs Fisayo Eso were found dead on the floor of their dining room.
“We are waiting for the autopsy report from the hospital to ascertain the actual cause of their death.”
Source: The Nation
Suspected IPOB members Kill University Student
At least one person was killed by unknown gunmen, suspected to be members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in Nnewi, Anambra State on Sunday.
The deceased was identified as Chioma, a College of Sciences student at Nnamdi Azikiwe University. Also, it was learnt that the offices of the Department of State Services (DSS) and the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) were razed by the gunmen.
Source: Sahara Reporters