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The of Ekiti State , Erelu Bisi Fayemi on Tuesday escaped physical attack by protesting students of Federal , Oye Ekiti (FUOYE).

Though, the protest, considered as being peaceful by the Police Commissioner, Mr. Asuquo Amba, was said to have been hijacked by hoodlums.

Some hoodlums on Tuesday afternoon allegedly hijacked the protest by students of FUOYE and allegedly attacked the convoy of the First Lady of the state, who was returning from a tour of some Local Government Areas of the state dishing out empowerment to the indigenes and residents.

It was gathered that the hoodlums went on rampage around afternoon a few hours after the students , who had protested against incessant power outage and called on Federal Government to assist them, had dispersed.

The hoodlums were said to have engaged the security operatives in violent clashes and allegedly vandalized vehicles in the convoy of the First lady, Mrs. Bisi Fayemi.

Students of FUOYE had gathered as early as 6:39 am on Tuesday in front of the gates of the twin campuses of the institution in Oye and Ikole respectively.

They had simply called on Thursday Federal government to ensure that there is the body saddled with providing power to the campuses did their and phase out incessant power outage on the campuses.

It was gathered that the students dispersed after a few hours and normalcy had returned on the campuses and their environs.

But some miscreants later allegedly regrouped to take advantage of the occasion to unleash violence on innocent people.

Reacting, the Police Public Relations Officer, Ekiti Command, DSP Caleb Ikechukwu confirmed the attack on the governor’s wife.

Ikechukwu explained that the students protested in the morning and blocked the Ifaki-Ikole-Omuo highway and prevented free flow of vehicles.

“The students did not allow vehicles to move freely and they vandalised the property of Benin Electricity Distribution Company .

“When police went there to dialogue with them, they resisted them. And the wife of the governor who went on local government tour ran into the barricade mounted on the road.

“The students were reported to have been violent destroying and smashed the windscreens of vehicles

“We want to warn that the command won’t tolerate hooliganism under any guise. We want to assure the public that the police are on top of the situation and our people must go about their normal businesses.

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Abass Sulaiman Adegoke, well known as Adegoke is a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede studying Civil Engineering, He is a media enthusiast, loves traveling, and has a special interest in personal development.

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New couple rides homes on bike after wedding in Rivers

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New couple rides homes on bike after wedding in Rivers

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New couple rides on bike home after wedding in Rivers

A newly married couple are the talk of the town in Bonny Island, Rivers State yesterday after the groom and bride rode home on a bike, just after their wedding.

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New couple rides on bike home after wedding in Rivers

The happy couple could be seen exuding so much joy on their special day, especially the bride who looked extremely delighted to be riding with her husband home.

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A twitter user who posted the photos on social media wrote:

This couple got married over the weekend in Bonny Island, Rivers State and the husband drove his home afterwards.I love how happy the bride seems and how proud the husband looks.May God bless their union…The marriage starts after the wedding.Simplicity does it best.

This couple got married over the weekend in Bonny Island, Rivers State and the husband drove his wife home afterwards.

I love how happy the bride seems and how proud the husband looks.

May God bless their union…🙏

The marriage starts after the wedding.

Simplicity does it best.

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How men deny wives in Ebonyi hospital to avoid payment of bills – CMD Ogah

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The Chief Medical Director, CMD, Alex Ekweme Federal Teaching Hospital, AE-FTHA, Dr. Emeka Ogah at the weekend said that high rate of poverty in Ebonyi State has made many men to deny their wives while in hospital in the state.

Ogah made this known while addressing political stakeholders of the state during the official launch of a PET Project of the of Ebonyi , Mrs Rechael Umahi, in Abakaliki.

According to him, “The wife of the governor has done well and has provided succour to many women in the state. We that are working in the hospital can testify that before now, a greater number of women will come with obstructed labour, and they will not come with any wrapper, or any cloth for the unborn child.

“There are situations where a woman will come with somebody who is and should to be the husband but will deny that the man is her husband. This is because of poverty. This is because the man has threatened her never to say or agree that he is the husband,” he said.

Ogah lamented that such attitude and actions has affected the growth of the hospital, hence many of them cannot pay their hospital bills after treatments.

He stated further that a greater number of patients stay longer than expected, thereby resulting to congestion of the hospital, adding that such situation would create no space for the new patients.

The CMD revealed further that a greater number of patients as a result of poverty had attempted to run away after treatments to avoid paying the bills.

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