Many residents of Ibadan, the sprawling capital city of Oyo State, won’t forget in a hurry, what befell them on Tuesday, January 16, when dynamites stored in a residential area exploded and shattered the relative peace in the state.
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The huge gap between the immediate past Mr Oyetola APC administration and the incumbent Gov. Adeleke PDP administration in Osun State is now clearly shown to Osun citizenry.
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