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See What Lady Did After Bishop Oyedepo Ministry Mistakenly Paid N229 million Into Her Account

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An unidentified Nigerian lady has revealed details how a whopping sum of N229 million was mistakenly deposited into her friend’s account by Bishop Oyedepo ministry.

It was gathered that the owner of the account received a credit alert of #229 million from Bishop Oyedepo ministry. She however notified the bank about the strange money she found in her bank account.

According to the lady who reported this, she felt like strangling her friend for refunding the money to the bank.

See how Nigerians are reacting to this incident;

i_am_ayo.d wrote “Hmmm 229m n the church couldn’t help out the masses out during the beginning of coro.”

umm_fateemah wrote “She did the right thing. A better Nigeria begins with us as individual”

rosekenneth_ wrote “You felt like strangling her? She should have used the money and brought curses on her generation abi?”

amethystluxuryhairs wrote “Honesty and a good integrity pays and even if she didn’t return the money as the friend advised that she shouldn’t did she think they won’t trace such a huge amount of money”

liliandublingreen wrote “Oyedepo money cannot miss like that there is level to this shits.”

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Titan Farms Launches Opulence City, Sells for #750,000

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Titan Farms Launches Opulence City, Sells for #750,000
The foremost agricultural and real estate company in Ibadan, Titan Farms has begun sales of plots of lands in its estate named “Opulence City” at Moniya in Ibadan.
The price of a plot of land at Opulence City is starting at #750,000.
The land comes with additional perks such as professional layout deed and/or Contract of Sale receipt for FREE!
Furthermore, buyers would also be given 500 Blocks and 20 Bags of Cement for free.
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Yemi Osinbajo drives Kona, Nigerian-made electric car

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Nigeria’s Vice Pres. Prof Yemi Osinbajo was recently spotted driving the Kona electric car, which is Nigeria’s first made electric car at the #MadeInNigeria exhibition event at Eagle Square, Abuja.

The report revealed that the Kona electric car was assembled in Nigeria.

With the Vice President is the DG of the Nigeria Automotive Development Council Jelani Aliyu and the Industry Minister Otunba Niyi Adebayo.

The VP shared the photo via his IG page and captioned it, ” Test Driving The Kona Electric Car Assembled in Nigeria At The #MadeInNigeria Exhibition with @jelanialiyu and @otunbaniyiadebayo”

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Labour begins indefinite strike over N30,000 minimum wage in Nasarawa

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The organised labour, comprising the Nigeria Labour Congress and Trade Union Congress, have commenced an indefinite strike in Nasarawa State over the partial implementation of N30,000 minimum wage and other welfare-related issues.

The state Accountant General, Zakka Yakubu, had recently announced that the state government has commenced the implementation of the N30,000 minimum wage to only workers from levels 1 to 6.

In reaction to the announcement, the organised labour declared strike yesterday in Lafia, the state capital, after a meeting with the State Executive Council (SEC).

Addressing journalists after the meeting, Nasarawa State Chairman of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Yusuf Iya, said the action became imperative due to the failure of the government to meet their demands after two months ultimatum was served on it.

The NLC chairman listed other demands to include partial implementation of minimum wage without recourse to due process of collective bargaining and lack of implementation of promotions since 2008.

Others were lack of annual increments, lack of training, lack of confirmation of appointments of casual workers, some of whom have been working for more than 10 years, among others.

Iya said some of the problems lingered for a long period of time, “but the government has failed to give priority in addressing them.

“We have given the present administration more than two years grace to address our challenges, but the government has been paying lip service to the issue.

“The strike was supposed to have commenced since June 7, but was delayed due to intervention by the traditional rulers in the state.

“Even with the intervention, the government was still not serious in meeting our demands. Therefore, we have no other option than to speak the language they understand better.”

He described the implications of minimum wage for workers in grade levels 1to 6 in the state as a mirage.

The state Chairman of Trade Union Congress (TUC), Mohammed Doma, also said it was unfortunate that the state government could not respect the traditional rulers despite their intervention by doing the needful to meet their demands.

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