A frenzied environment suddenly turned sullen. Dewale was ushered quickly into the ward with a stretcher. Shola wasn’t sure whether to be happy or sad, he kept on wishing he heard the wrong thing, this whole revelation should better be a lie.
Officer Titus is confused as a soul ladened with trouble that will not depart. He ran towards the window to check outside. But there was no sign of anyone. There was also no possible exit route out of the building except of course the fence which appears too tall for someone as feeble as Dewale to scale. After evaluating all the possibilities, he ran out of the ward towards the reception to raised the alarm.
Dewale was laying perplexed on his bed minutes ago; just before Shola left the ward. But how he managed to vanish not only from the bed but also from the 4 corners of the room is a mystery. Is it possible that he overheard Shola’s conversation with Tinuke and sensed the imminent trouble?
Senator Gbemisola Saraki; sister to the former Senate President (Bukola Saraki) and the current Minister of State for Transportation, has on Friday slammed the governor of Kwara State, Abdulrahman Abdulrazzaq, for demolishing her late father's property in Ilorin popularly known as Ile-Arugbo.
Only days after the famous Ile Arugbo (the home of the olds); a property belonging to the Late Olusola Saraki was taken over, the Kwara state government have on Thursday, January 2, began demolition of the structures in the place.
In his New Year message on Tuesday, the elder statesman observed that the rate of insecurity would reduce in the country if poverty was addressed, with a special focus on the war against insurgency in the North East.
“The problems of extreme poverty and scant investments in education play huge roles in fuelling the problems of violent extremism that we spent the past decade contending with.
The most recent former governor of Ekiti state, Mr. Ayodele Fayose, took to Twitter on Wednesday (New year's day) to call out 'haters' who have not been wishing him well so far. Recall that the former governor is under trial for corruption related offences (during his tenure as governor) by the EFCC. His case has been on hold for a while now after a federal high court in Lagos granted the permission to travel abroad to treat his brief illness.
Officer Theo was equally shocked. He doesn’t want to believe what he was just told but in the same vein, he sees some iota of truth in it. His heart skipped at first, but he is finding the whole situation interesting. What if Shola is only being treacherous? He hates Dewale and therefore might be trying to buy out a way for his friend.
Dr. Pat’s knew his revelation was going to cause a spark but he also cannot even explain how exactly that came to be. Albeit, he wasn’t interested in doing any more work tonight, much less render any special favour to the policemen. But this flabbergastic outcome would not allow him seal his mouth. More so, it was a spontaneous reaction to a surprising discovery.