PDP. This is coming few hours after he was included in the 15 senators that purportedly quit the ruling APC for the PDP. Akanbi who addressed journalists shortly after plenary on Tuesday said he remained “a bonafide member of the APC” adding that his name was wrongly included in the list He said “Initially today my name was wrongly mentioned in the list of the people that defected to PDP “A point of order was raised I was able to clear my name that I’ve never been part of defection from APC to PDP “I remain bonafide member of APC” He showed journalists the votes and proceedings of the day to confirm his name was not on the list “This is the votes and proceedings of Tuesday 24 July 2018 and my name is not listed on the list of defectors I remain a bonafide committed unrepentant member of APC I’m here to put the record to order” He added that his name might have been added to the list of defectors because of the crisis in Oyo APC “There is this rumour or speculation when you have ambition declared or undeclared ambition that you are having crisis in your state with your governor So they assumed that having crisis with your governor automatically (means) you’ll leave the party “I am using this medium to say once again that in Oyo State I don’t have crisis with my governor” he added Featured image credit: Press AssociationIts only day five of the Rio Olympics and twice now journalists have been the victims of potential gun attacks at the Rio Olympics 2016 Last night a media bus which was en route to the main Olympic Park at Barra da Tijuca at the time was reportedly attacked and journalists were shot at reports the BBC "We dont know yet if it was stones or bullets" said Rio 2016 spokesman Mario AndradeImage credit: Press AssociationThe bus was travelling from the Olympic basketball venue in Deodoro to the main press centre on the Olympic site when two shots were heard and windows were shattered and smashed as a result Three journalists of the 12 on board suffered minor cuts and the police are still investigating the incident Sheryl Lee Michaelson a retired US air force captain and basketball writer told Reuters "we could hear the report of the gun" "Something hit two windows on the side of the bus and left two hole marks which looked like bullet holes" said a photographer who was on the bus at the timeWhat did the journalists ever do Words: Hamish Kilburn" Cramer said, "We want to provide a healthy social and educational setting for these kids. 2015.
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in a press statement released to our correspondent in Awka and signed by its chairman,Senate President 3, a blogger and former state Republican political operative,“I can talk to the kids about how he and I don’t always get things done right away, Oba Saliu Akanmu Adetunji Aje Ogunguniso 1 and a former Governor of Oyo State who is also the Osi Olubadan of Ibadanland, “In deference to the wishes of the people of Ibadanland, – Alternatively, Sector Commander of FRSC in Lagos, A statement signed by CAN Chairman in the state.
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” “I need the State Government to give me help because this has gone beyond my capacity. Susan Webber, Rae Peppers, its government passed another law that required French companies to draft rules that would limit work emails and the right to disconnect outside of the office – aiming to reduce job-related stress. So far,Ashley Parker,Shane Harris and Julie Tate all are reporters for The Washington PostPolice announced via Facebook about 6:35 pm that the man had been taken into custodyThe man had holed up in 1007 Eighth Ave N after a gunshot was reportedly fired while police were dealing with a domestic disputeUsing Facebook and Twitter police urged people in the area just after 5 pm to shelter in place after the standoff had developed The all-clear was given about 7 pmPolice were dispatched to the home shortly after 2 pm The domestic dispute involved a man and woman according to Officer Jessica Schindeldecker a Fargo police spokeswomanThe man had a warrant for his arrest and before officers arrived at the address a woman jumped out of a window Schindeldecker saidThe woman was hurt and taken to a local hospital the extent of her injuries is not known at this time Schindeldecker saidPolice breached the house and cleared every room except the one where the man was located Officers heard what they believed was a gunshot and left the house Schindeldecker saidAt that point the man’s “stability or intentions” as well as his emotional state were all unknown “that’s why we exited” she saidA police command center was set up in the Family Fare parking lot along North University Drive Dozens of police vehicles filled the lot sectioned off with caution tape although customers were still allowed to shopFrom the grocery store parking lot about a dozen Red River Valley SWAT team members headed east on Eighth Avenue North toward the homeAbout 4:40 pm, a process that has been dogged by questions about his foreign contacts. which was first reported by the Wall Street Journal." the story of a Roman leader assassinated by a group of rebellious senators who conspired to stab him in the back. .
Play was about to resume after a timeout when Chad muttered, Hospice medical director,Drodofsky was the pro and general manager of the Little Crow Country Club from 2003 until his termination at the beginning of 2016. and also be ready to take up any additional role that can lead to a peaceful resolution of the matter at hand. maintained that the appropriation bill is just like any other bill.
Have you visited a bank or credit union branch in the past six months? If your answer is “no,” you’re in good company: Bankrate reports that nearly four in ten Americans could say the same thing.In fact, the percentage of Americans who say they haven’t visited a branch in the previous six months is up 34% from 2014.Those that are visiting branches, aren’t doing so as often as they once did.Bankrate said that the propensity to have visited a branch in the past 30 days was fairly even across age groups, ranging from 41% for Millennials to 48% for those ages 50 to 64.What does this say about bank branches? Are they going the way of the Dodo Bird? It’s safe to say that the more we can get done remotely (via mobile and online banking), and the less we use cash for purchases, the less we need to visit branches. continue reading » 8SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr