#BounceExclusiveRound: 8 Juicy Stories You May Have Missed This Week
7 days gone already and you will agree it has been an eventful one news wise.
Bounce News brings you a recap of the exclusive stories we published this week just in case you missed any.
Joy, rock and love radiates through all of Clay’s music and there is a lot she wants you to know about her genre of music.
The singer who spoke to Bounce News claims that her music saves lives, and the positive messages of her songs have helped calm suicidal people and save others from their depressed states.
Songs that have titles like “Ogadisinma (An Igbo word that translates to’ it would be well’) and Anwuli (another Igbo word that translates to ‘joy’ or ‘happiness’) are examples of some of this ‘musical therapy’ that Clay provides.
2) Gombe Residents Disappointed At 'Stingy' CBN
They came out from nooks and crannies of the state in their thousands full of expectation.
Rumours had gone around town that officials of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) were coming in with baskets full of money.
Their hope was however dashed when a program expected to be a money sharing event turned out to be just sensitization.
On June 9, 2018, Gbenga Adegbola, decided to make a quick dash to the airport to pick up a passenger.
He is signed up to one of the popular cab hailing apps.
A trip that could have taken him about 45 minutes from Egbeda to the International airport, became an adventure.
He forgot to tell the owner of the car that he was driving that he decided to take one last trip before turning in the vehicle.
Daddy Chindinma as he was called sat on a wheel chair with disappointment written all over his face at the waiting room of the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH).
He had come to the hospital hoping to be attended to but was told that the doctors were on industrial action.
He sat at a spot in the waiting room patiently waiting for the person that brought him in to wheel him out.
“I heard about the strike on Monday, but I was thinking the doctors would still be available today at least till evening before the strike is fully enforced.
“I don’t even know what to do now because I’m so used to this hospital.”
An All Progressives Congress (APC) Senator from Ogun State was almost kicked out of a meeting called by party leaders to deliberate on modalities for the party’s forthcoming primaries in the state.
At the meeting, the state governor, Ibikunle Amosun declared his intention to contest for a Senate seat after his eight year-term as governor in 2019.
Incidentally, the governor is eyeing the seat of the senator that was also kicked out
The meeting, which was held at the Mitros Hall inside GRA, Abeokuta on Wednesday, September 5th had barely started when one of the party chieftains moved a motion that Senator Lanre Tejuosho, representing Ogun Central be excused from the sitting.
The students of the Kogi State Polytechnic have abandoned their school's library owing to what they called "negligence on the part of the leadership of the institution" and "misplacement of priority".
Kogi State Polytechnic Lokoja is currently undergoing infrastructural decay as the tussle for leadership dominates the affairs of the institution.
For over two years now, students of the institution had been denied hostel accommodation, conducive lecture rooms for learning, portable water, electricity, amongst other infrastructures.
The tranquility of the library was disturbed for a few minutes after four boys went away with books worth thousands of naira from the library.
The boys had come in pretending to be students preparing for an examination, but their motive was ulterior.
They went to the librarian to ask for some books with the pretence to read and return them later, but it was surprising that few minutes after they borrowed the books, they disappeared.
Ashatu Muhammad Auwal is mother of Amina Muhammad who is suffering injection abscess.
The condition has eaten up a part of her gluteal muscles and she has been on admission at a Specialist Hospital Gombe state for the past five weeks.
Ashatu Muhammad Auwal told Bounce News that they are exhausted financially as she can no longer afford the prescribed medication needed.
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