SoraNews24 points to a story published in the February 21 edition of Asahi Shimbun, one of Japan’s top national newspapers. Per the site’s translation of this Twitter post, 70-year-old Kuniko Tsusaka recounts a time when her 95-year-old mother had fallen ill. The woman loved playing […]
Prof. Wole Soyinka called for a State of Emergency to be declared in the South-West region of Nigeria while speaking to newsmen at the Fagunwa Study Group Second International Conference in Ondo State on Thursday August 8. The Nobel Laureate alleged that there are many directions of security lapses in the region and also added that measures need to be taken accordingly. “As regard the insecurity in the south-west, there is an emergency. There should be a declaration of security emergency throughout the land and measures taken accordingly,” he said.“There are many directions of security lapses, you know it here, especially in Ondo state, it is a calamity throughout the whole nation. There is an emergency" Soyinka added. The post Insecurity: Wole Soyinka calls for state of emergency in south-west appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.