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LIFE AFTER SCHOOL MARKS 6TH ANNIVERSARY

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On Thursday, 27th of May, 2021, an organization named life after school clocked 6 and they celebrated this anniversary in grand style by organizing a ‘get it right now’ program at 3 secondary schools located in Lagos, Ogun, and Oyo states respectively, a street food sharing outreach at the Iwo road roundabout and a 3-hour worship session at the YME studios

Life after school, an organization aimed at developing a better generation of youths in Africa and across the globe. This aim they achieve by organizing value impacting conferences and outreaches at tertiary institutions and secondary schools respectively. This organization who commenced operation on the 27th of May 2016 had the maiden edition of their conference at the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-iwoye and due to the positive result of that, they have been propelled to do more and as of today, they have been able to organize better conferences at other universities such as the University of Ibadan, Lagos state polytechnic and Lagos state university. Each of these conferences has been graced by people such as GBOYEGA NASIRI ISIAKA, JAPHETH OMOJUWA, ADENIYI JOHNSON, THE PAMILERIN, MAKINDE MANKIND, FRANK DONGA, and many more.

Life After School @ 6

 

Over the years, life after school has proven to be an organization whose core focus is to impact positive values and improve the lives of young adults and youths at large. This they further reiterated with the way they went about celebrating their sixth anniversary. The anniversary was a 1 week-long set of events and on the first day, which was on Monday, 24th of May 2021, a team from the organization were at Adeola Odutola College, Ijebuode, Ogun state and Tokem Academy, Ipaja, Lagos state while on Wednesday, 26th of May, the 3rd team were at Bashorun high school, Ibadan, Oyo state where the students were enlightened on the topic tagged ‘GET IT RIGHT NOW’ and branded stationery was shared amongst them. On the 26th, the team visited the Iwo road roundabout to reach out to out-of-school students, have them believe its not over for them and give them food to ease a part of their pain. The team understands the journey and what has been faced and saw the need to give thanks to God. This they did by holding a 3-hour worship session at the YME studios.

 

Life After School Founder, Abiola Fagbore Present gifts to student

 

Mr fagbore Abiola, the founder and convener of life after school in his statement about the need for the outreach reiterated the fact that the younger generation is exposed to a lot of value diminishing content and therefore efforts have to be made to correct them and get them prepared for life even while at a very young age. The age range of the students in mind is split between the school the those out of school and that is why they had to split the outreach between these 2 sets and try to provide them with what they need the most. He further emphasized the need for education and the fact that it remains a legacy and even when applied to entrepreneurship skills, it becomes better.

The staff, students, and every other partaker of the random programs later gave credit to the organization for coming up with those programs as they have been impacted positively and they promised to put to use everything they have been told.

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OAP SLEEKY DAMIAN SET TO HOSTS ‘PAD A PAL’ HUMANITARIAN/CHARITY EVENT AUGUST 6th  

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Award Winning on-Air personality and Celebrity MC, Sleeky Damian will host “PAD A PAL” Charity Ball at Kakanfo Inn and Conference Centre on August 6, 2021 featuring performers, entertainers, speakers, attendees, philanthropists.
The Charity ball/humanitarian event will attract dignitaries from all walks of life. Tickets are not sold at the event as all entries at the ball are free. However, we encourage all attendees to give generously. For those who wish to support or donate before the event, the account number (0178850019, FCMB, Adebunmi Damian Adegoke) has been supplied for your input towards the event.

 

The Event is poised to raise a couple of millions of naira for the foundation network to be launched whose objective is aimed at solving reproductive health issues among female teens. Enlightenment campaigns and sensitization will be carried out across different secondary schools in Ibadan and its environs by a team of our medical experts.
All your contributions are worthy of the celebrations and joy at the Ball. If for some reason, you cannot attend, please send in your donations to the account number provided above. Also, someone can attend the ball instead of you with your pass.

 

Life becomes meaningful when the world unites to make it a better place for all; words of admonition from one of our attendees Rt. Hon. Adebo Ogundoyin, Speaker, 9th Oyo Assembly.

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BREAKING: FBI INDICTMENT: IGP SUSPENDS DCP ABBA KYARI, INAUGURATES 4-MAN PANEL FOR INVESTIGATION

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Sequel to the level of the numerous allegation of corruption leveled against super cop DCP Abba Kyari by the FBI over his involvement in taking funds from Celebrity fraudster Abass Olorunwa known as Hushpuppi, The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Usman Alkali Baba, psc (+), NPM, fdc has recommended the immediate suspension of DCP Abba Kyari, the Head of the Police Intelligence Response Team (IRT), from the Service of the Nigeria Police Force, pending the outcome of an ongoing internal investigation touching on him.

 

The IGP, in his letter to the Police Service Commission, dated 31st July, 2021, noted that the recommendation for the suspension of the officer is in line with the internal disciplinary processes of the Force. The IGP further noted that the suspension is also expected to create an enabling environment for the NPF Special Investigation Panel to carry out its investigations into the weighty allegations against DCP Abba Kyari without interference. The suspension is without prejudice to the constitutional presumption of innocence in favour of the officer.

The Special Investigation Panel (SIP), comprising four (4) Senior Police Officers, is headed by DIG Joseph Egbunike, the Deputy Inspector General of Police in charge of the Force Criminal Investigations Department (FCID). The SIP, inter alia, is to undertake a detailed review of all the allegations against DCP Abba Kyari by the US Government as contained in relevant documents that have been availed the NPF by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). The SIP is also to obtain a detailed representation of DCP Abba Kyari to all the allegations leveled against him, conduct further investigations as it deems fit, and submit recommendations to guide further actions by the Force Leadership on the matter.

Meanwhile, the IGP has reaffirmed the commitment of the Force to the Rule of Law and assured the public of the sanctity of the probe as well as the absolute respect for the rights and privileges of the officer throughout the period of the investigations.

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NAS tackles NBC over censorship of Media

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The National Association of Seadogs (Pyrates Confraternity) has kicked against what it called “blatant assault on press freedom” by the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC). The organisation declared that the directive by the regulatory body to Television and Radio stations not to “divulge” details of bandits, kidnappers and terrorists during Newspaper Reviews is unconstitutional as it violates freedom of expression of citizens and seeks to prevent the press from performing its duties enshrined in Section 22 of the 1999 Nigerian Constitution (as amended) to hold government accountable on behalf of the people.

The NAS Capoon, Mr Abiola Owoaje in a statement titled: “NBC’s Bullying of the Media Unacceptable” stated that the regulatory body by its latest action wants to suppress press freedom and restrict access of information to Nigerians.

According to Owoaje, NBC by the directive intends to criminalise journalism and prevents victims of terrorism, banditry and other associated crimes from getting justice.

“The National Association of Seadogs (Pyrates Confraternity) notes with considerable concern the sudden brazenness, repressive instincts and open partisanship being exhibited by the NBC in the interpretation of its regulatory remit in recent times. We unequivocally condemn these unethical attempts by the NBC to browbeat radio and television stations, and other organs of the Press, in a desperate bid to cow the Press.
Besides, we cannot find any justification for the bizarre NBC
directive; even on the hackneyed excuse of a security necessity, other than to
keep Nigerians in the dark about the uncomfortable reality of the insurgency
and the seeming inability of the security agencies to halt the spate of
insecurity across the country,” he said.

Owoaje stated further that contrary to what the security agencies would want Nigerians to believe, ferocious attacks on insurgents, kidnappers, killer herdsmen and bandits continue unabated in the country.
“We implore the executive arm of government to rein in the NBC to desist from its overt clampdown on press freedom.

The NBC should withdraw its illegal directive as it is unhelpful and counterproductive to the fight against insecurity in the country. Rather than see the media as the enemy, the media should be seen as a patriotic partner that can rally Nigerians to support the efforts of the government in tackling the myriad of security challenges afflicting our country. A free and unfettered press makes democracy thrive and is not merely a liberal indulgence. This is what Nigerians need. This is what we demand. We reject the shackles the NBC wants to foist on the media,” the statement added.

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