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Lagos Top female APC Member In Multi-Billion Naira Debt Mess + How She Is Living Fake Life

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Things appear to be on the other side for this female top member of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Lagos State.

Flashback to the events leading to the 2019 general elections, the woman was reported to have played a prominent role organizing the female folk including market women, traders, artisans and even corporate women to vote for the APC both at the state and at the federal levels.

She allegedly did this expecting a pay back if the party eventually won the election.

Of course, the APC won in Lagos, but it appeared the woman did not get what she bargained for as she had been reportedly schemed out of relevance in the center of excellence despite the office she is occupying in the party.

However, sources within the party in Lagos State revealed that the woman, who used to be a lawmaker is now in a serious debt and that things are no longer at ease with her.

We were reliably informed that the woman is owing so many people including Bank of Industry, where she obtained a huge loan to execute a project worth billions of Naira for the government of former governor Akinwunmi Ambode of the state.

Sources in the party alleged that the woman is living a fake life and that she had been running from pillar to post to get her contract money from the incumbent Governor Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State.

“She promised to give whoever could help her get her money from the Lagos State Government some percentage of the money.

“I can tell you for free that the woman is in a serious debt mess as she can no longer pay her bills. Even the asphalt plant she got from a top politician has collapsed.

“What of her children, some of them are drug addicts and one of them is a womanizer to the extent that he goes on sex romp with several woman at a time,” said our source.

It was also revealed that the woman was one of the members of the party, who betrayed former governor Akinwunmi Ambode even before the party leaders made up their minds that he would not be given a second term.

Our source further revealed that the woman is living in a rented apartment in Banana Island Area of Lagos and that she is owing an oil company millions of Naira being money meant for the diesel she bought on credit to execute some road contracts for the last administration in the state.

We were also informed that the woman expressed her disappointment over her current office in the party as she allegedly thought it was an opportunity for her to make money to settle her huge debt and live a better life, but that this was not to be.

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Obasanjo donates former residence as isolation centre

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Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has offered his former residence at the Presidential Hilltop, Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital, to be used as an isolation centre for victims of the ongoing coronavirus disease.

An aide said Mr Obasanjo made the offer on Friday, and has since handed over the 32-room facility to the Ogun government for immediate use. Ogun State has recorded three cases of the coronavirus, according to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC). A total of 70 cases have been recorded in Nigeria as at 8:00 p.m. Nigerian times.

Mr Obasanjo’s special assistant media, Kehinde Akinyemi, who confirmed the development said the former president was concerned about the pandemic. “And I think those who can in one way or another assist in this situation should do so,” Mr Obasanjo was quoted as having said.

The facility located off the Presidential Boulevard, Oke Sari, Abeokuta has each of the 32 rooms ensuite, with a standby generator

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Coronavirus: Google commits $800 million to support small businesses, health workers, others

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The CEO of Google and Alphabet, Sundar Pichai, has announced a new $800 million commitment to support small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), health organisations and governments, and health workers “on the frontline of coronavirus”.

Mr Pichai made this known in a statement published on Google’s blog on Friday.

According to him, the commitment is necessitated as the coronavirus outbreak continues to worsen around the world.

He said the pandemic is taking a devastating toll on lives and communities.

The Google boss said the commitment includes, “$250 million in ad grants to help the World Health Organisation (WHO) and more than 100 government agencies globally provide critical information on how to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other measures to help local communities.

“This is an increase from our initial $25 million announced last month. In addition, we’re providing $20 million in ad grants to community financial institutions and NGOs specifically to run public service announcements on relief funds and other resources for SMBs.

“A $200 million investment fund that will support NGOs and financial institutions around the world to help provide small businesses with access to capital.

“As one example, we’re working with the Opportunity Finance Network in the U.S. to help fill gaps in financing for people and communities underserved by mainstream financial institutions. This is in addition to the $15 million in cash grants Google.org is already providing to nonprofits to help bridge these gaps for SMBs,” he added.

Mr Pichai also said that “$340 million in Google Ads credits available to all SMBs with active accounts over the past year. Credit notifications will appear in their Google Ads accounts and can be used at any point until the end of 2020 across our advertising platforms. We hope it will help to alleviate some of the cost of staying in touch with their customers.

“A pool of $20 million in Google Cloud credits for academic institutions and researchers to leverage our computing capabilities and infrastructure as they study potential therapies and vaccines, track critical data, and identify new ways to combat COVID-19. Learn how to apply for credits on the Google for Education site.

“Direct financial support and expertise to help increase the production capacity for personal protective equipment (PPE) and lifesaving medical devices. We’re working with our longtime supplier and partner Magid Glove & Safety, with the goal of ramping up production of 2-3 million face masks in the coming weeks that will be provided to the CDC Foundation.

“Additionally, employees from across Alphabet, including Google, Verily and X, are bringing engineering, supply chain and healthcare expertise to facilitate increased production of ventilators, working with equipment manufacturers, distributors and the government in this effort.”

In addition to these commitments, the CEO increased the gift match Google offers every employee annually to $10,000 from $7,500

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IG orders investigation into destruction of beer bottles by police officers

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The Inspector General of Police, Muhammad Adamu, has directed the police in Lagos to immediately investigate some police officers captured in a video destroying beer bottles at a drinking spot.

The one-minute video, which has been trending on Twitter since Thursday, showed uniformed police officers kicking and pulling down stacks of crates, and breaking several beer bottles.

The incident reportedly happened in Lagos, and the officers were apparently enforcing the restriction order in the state occasioned by the outbreak of the coronavirus.

Nigerians have been expressing outrage over the action of the officers.

A tweet from the police Twitter handle (@PoliceNG) on Friday said the police chief “condemned the apparent unprofessionalism and highhandedness exhibited by the Police officers”.

Mr Adamu is said to have directed the commissioner of police in Lagos State “to immediately investigate and commence disciplinary actions against the officers involved”.

The police chief said officers involved in enforcement of restriction orders and other law enforcement functions “must exercise discretionary powers with the utmost sense of professionalism, compassion and respect for the citizens.”

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