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1) More 'Naija Babes' Are Patronizing Sports Betting Sites

They say what a man can do, a woman can do better, that is why some ladies in Abeokuta are proving betting sites and centers are not for guys alone.

The high number of women patronizing sport betting sites and centers in Abeokuta, the Ogun state capital, is on the rise.

Facts show there is a ratio of two women in every ten men gathered at the sport betting centers to place stakes on football matches.

Bounce News went round the city of Abeokuta and noticed that the number of women betting is more prevalent around Panseke, Onikolobo, Adigbe areas of the state where the students of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic (Mapoly) live.

2) Confusion As Rainfall Demolishes Link Bridge In Ondo

This is apparently not the best of time for the people of Ondo North senatorial district.

From kidnapping to armed robbery and road accident, the region has, in the last few months, dominated the news headlines for negative news.

While the cry from residents continue to fall on deaf ears, the recent occurrence has constituted a speck in the eyes that calls for an urgent response.

About six major towns in the area have reportedly been disjointed from one another through the collapse of a link bridge.

3) #60MinutesWithCP: After SARS 'Reform’, What Next?

After months of pressure on social media from Nigerians for the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) of the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) to be scrapped with the hashtag (#EndSARS), the federal government eventually succumbed and ordered an 'overhaul'.

For months, Nigerians cried out over series of misconduct carried out by officers of the unit ranging from harassment, extortion and assault to extra-judicial killings.

Then on August 14, 2018, the then Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, directed the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, to "overhaul the management and activities" of the notorious Police unit.

While many Nigerians applauded the supposed end of the unit, many expressed confusion with what the 'overhaul' meant exactly.

4) Three Students, One Teacher Resume In Bayelsa School

Can you imagine going to a school two days after resumption and you find just 3 students and a teacher in an entire school of over 100 students? 

The gates where wide open welcoming students back to school, but only 8 feet walked into the compound two days after resumption.

Community Primary School in Edepie, Bayelsa State, was calm and quiet that it could be mistaken for a graveyard by a blind man walking into that premises for the first time. 

While pupils of schools in most Nigerian states are returning to school with joy and refreshed zeal, the attitude of parents in Bayelsa towards educating their children will leave you in awe, wondering if you were in a dreamland.

Or is it poverty in the land that has overwhelmed them?  

5)  ‘Malaria Is Killing Us’ - Gombe Residents

“You will hardly find a family of 3-5 or above that doesn’t have a malaria patient and the treatment is very costly.”

Adamu Adamu Maidala, a resident of Gombe stated this while lamenting the rate at which malaria is affecting the people.

He alleged that the government has abandoned Malaria control program including distribution of mosquito nets.

6) Jobless? N300,000 Monthly Profit Could Be Yours

Money will not be in your bank account except it is first in your head.

That's what this young man from Mbaitolu in lmo State has proved. 

Many young Nigerians will desire to have 300,000 Naira profit in their account on a monthly basis; but how ready they are to let this money flow into their account?

Mr Henry Obinna is aged 34 but he has the wisdom of a 50 year old.

7) Senator Adeleke Shuns Osun Governorship Debate

The governorship candidate of the People's Democratic Party Senator Ademola Adeleke was missing in action.

He was absent at the debate organised by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC Yoruba).

This initiative, the first in the country, BBC said is a pilot to next year’s General elections where it intends to do the debate in the three major languages in the country-Yoruba, Igbo and Hausa- as well as English language.

8) (PHOTOS) PROTEST! LASU Staff Accuse VC Fagbohun Of Mismanagement

Members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities at the Lagos State University have staged a protest to Governor Akinwumi Ambode's office.

The protesters carrying placards demanded a change in the institution's management team led by Dr. Olanrewaju Fagbohun.

He has been accused of high-handedness and deliberately refusing to pay outstanding allowances owed to lecturers.

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