Igboho’s Associates Fail to Meet Bail Conditions

The 12 detained associates of Yoruba nation agitator, Sunday Adeyemo ( Igboho), also knonw as Sunday Igboho, spent last weekend in the cells of the Department of State Services (DSS) despite the bail granted them last Wednesday by a Federal High Court, Abuja.

According to their lawyer, Pelumi Olajengbesi, the conditions attached to the bail could not be immediately met, explaining that efforts were being made to perfect the bail by today.

“We had thought that, by the judge’s pronouncement in the open court, we were required to produce only four sureties. But when we sought clarification later, we were told we need to produce two sureties for each of them,” Olajengbesi said in Abuja.

He added:”So, we are working to get 24 people in all. We do not intend to return to the court to ask for a variation. There are many people who are willing to support and who believe in the cause they are fighting. So, we are working to ensure they are out by Monday(today).”

The 12 were arrested during the DSS’ raid on Igboho’s residence in Ibadan, Oyo State on July 1.

Justice Eguatu on Wednesday granted bail to eight of them, whose bail application was not challenged by the DSS, at N5million each.

The judge then granted bail at N10million each, for the other four, whose application was challenged by the DSS.
Source – This Day



Yinka Ayefele devastated: Ajiboye Fresh FM station manager dies

Dayvid Ajiboye, manager of Yinka Ayefele’s Fresh FM station in Ado Ekiti and his publicist, is dead.

Ajiboye died at a hospital in Ibadan on Sunday after a short illness.

The Management and Staff of Fresh FM Nigeria and Merry Makers Band, broke the news on Sunday night in a statement.

The statement was signed by Samson Akindele on behalf of management.

Ajiboye was a foundation member of the music arm of Yinka Ayefele Limited as the Publicist to Ayefele and the Merry Makers Band.

“He was a prominent person who assisted Dr. Yinka Ayefele as a partner and later as a management staff member of Fresh 105.9 FM, Ibadan from the ideation period to fruition in 2015.

“We are indeed devastated by this sad event which has also affected our operations.

“Kindly bear with us at this trying time,” the statement by Akindele read.

The announcement has triggered a flood of condolences on the Facebook page of Fresh FM station in Ibadan.

Fresh 106.9 FM station which Ajiboye managed was inaugurated in August last year by Ekiti first lady, Bisi Fayemi.
Source – PM News



Supreme Court: Suspense as APC leaders wait on Buhari

The last may not have been heard of the cloud of uncertainty surrounding the legality of Yobe Governor, Mai Mala Buni, serving as chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC) following the resolution of party stakeholders to allow President Muhammadu Buhari decide what becomes of his headship in the party when he returns from his London trip.

Though APC governors, under the umbrella of Progressive Governors Forum (PGF), passed vote of confidence in Governor Buni, sources told Daily Sun that they did so, in the interim, to fly a kite and paper the crack within the party while waiting for the President final verdict.

It was learnt that the governors forum and party camps adopted patch-up measures to stabilise the situation until the President returns before taking a final decision on the issue.

It was further gathered that part of the problems which deepened the crisis was the rejection of popular suggestions to throw the congresses open instead of settling for a consensus arrangement, a development which angered stakeholders like Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo, who escalated the situation.

“All that has been done to this extent were just measures to tarry awhile for Mr. President to return. The tension and uncertainty surrounding Governor Buni’s future in the party is still a serious concern to many party stakeholders. The initial decision was to discontinue with the rest of the congress activities until Mr. President returns from his trip, but we had to jettison it because such a decision might send the wrong signal.


BBNaija S6: New housemate, Kayvee, kisses Angel on first night

New Big Brother Naija Shine Ya Eye housemate, Kayvee, shared a kiss with Angel on his first night of the Show on Sunday.

This happened during the Truth or Dare game played after the four new housemates, Kayvee, Queen, JMK and Michael, settled into the house.

Before the kiss, Kayvee grabbed Angel’s buttocks amid cheers from other housemates.

Pere played the umpire as he said, “As a good kisser, let me examine this kiss.

Pere added, “Word of advice: Kiss this girl well,” and immediately Sammie ran out of the room, erupting laughs from other housemates.

The kiss between Angel and Kayvee exceeded it’s given time of 15 seconds as Cross and Pere separated the duo.
Source – Punch