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APC National Chairman, Adams Oshiomhole, speaks at a caucus meeting of the party in Abuja on February 18, 2019. Photo: Channels TV/ Sodiq Adelakun.


The All Progressives Congress (APC) is holding a Press Conference in Abuja, the nation’s capital.

Chairman of the party, Adams Oshiomhole, who is currently briefing journalists and party chieftains, is addressing some issues around the just concluded Presidential and National Assembly elections which saw President Buhari re-elected.

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Ogun Govt. Bans Trucks Above 30 Tonnes On Township Roads

Township roads, Ogun, TrucksOgun State government has outlawed trucks above 30 tonnes plying township roads across the state

The southwest Nigerian state says that the activities of the trucks have been responsible for the bad condition of some of its roads.

The directive was communicated by the Ogun State Commissioner for Works and Infrastructure, Mr Lekan Adegbite, at a press briefing on Monday in Abeokuta, the state’s capital.

The Commissioner hinted that security agents have been instructed to enforce the order and warned that defaulters would be made to face full sanction, adding that such truck would be impounded.

Mr Adegbite stated further that the offender would be fined 200,000 naira and arraigned before a competent court of jurisdiction.

He also called for the reintroduction of weigh stations and its enforcement to reduce depression on the roads.

The Commissioner noted that the existing road networks were made for vehicles below the 30 tonnes stipulation and insisted that this directive must be obeyed.

ASUP Threatens Indefinite Strike

asupThe Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP), have threatened to embark on an indefinite strike on Wednesday 25th February, if government fails to meet their demands.

President of the Union, Mr Chibuzor Asomugha told journalists during a press briefing in Abuja that government has not implemented any of their demands since the suspension of the last strike embarked upon by the Union in July last year.

ASUP is aggrieved over the dichotomy that exists in the way Polytechnic and University graduates are treated in the labour market, and the poor attention given to the polytechnics.

They are also kicking against government’s non-implementation of an agreed salary structure since 2009.