Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Keeping It Real With Adeola -221 (₦2.5B In Ex-minister's Housemaid Account? Police Brutality In U.S)

This week on KIRWA, Lagos State bans street hawking without putting any measures in place for the hawkers.

In Zimbabwe, police beat up protesters for taking a stand against President Mugabe's 35-year rule. However, these protesters are not giving up.
In Malawi, the president suggests that hungry citizens eat rats and grasshoppers after they complained of food shortage due to severe drought.

In Ghana, the government is building a new hospital of international standard with the capacity of holding 400-beds.

Also, EFCC allegedly traced ₦2.5 billion to former Aviation Minister Stella Oduah's housemaid's account. 

In Ekiti State, pro-Fayose lawmakers stage a rally, confessing their undying support for the governor and their willingness to go to jail for him.



Meanwhile, a Nigerian Doctor at the Federal Medical Center Bida is speaking up against impunity among the management, and that leading doctors have to perform surgeries using flashlights.

Adeola also addresses the ongoing police brutality in America, after two African-Americans were killed within 24 hours, and five policemen were killed in Dallas, Texas in retaliation.

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