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Lagos State Govt Doesn't Recognize Eyin-Osa United Kingdom"- Lagos CP Tells Alhaji Shitu & Murphy Adebare

 The Eyin-Osa community in the Free Trade Zone Parcel B and its resettlement area named Resettlement of Eyin Osa witnessed a protest last week Thursday as indigenes and residents demonstrated against ACP Jejeloye of the Lagos Taskforce and LSSTF boss Dr Ayo Ogunsan. The protesters accused them of forcibly taking over Eyin-Osa land for a notorious landgrabber known as Murphy Adebare Ademoye, also known as Topaz Gardens. The protest, held in front of the Lagos High Court, aimed to draw attention to the alleged forceful taking over of residents' lands and the damaging of properties belonging to Harmony Gardens and Estate Development Limited, which were legitimately bought from the Eyin-Osa Resettlement Committee. According to Mrs Apena Adijat, the Secretary to the Parapo of Abomiti, Yeguda & Eyin-Osa Displaced Communities, Murphy Adebare Ademoye has become a terror to the indigenes and residents of Eyin-Osa. Topaz allegedly employed the services of touts and the Lagos State Taskfo

10th Senate: Senator Lawan Maintains Neutrality, Denies Endorsing Any Candidate

 10th Senate: Senator Lawan Maintains Neutrality, Denies Endorsing Any Candidate  In the final hours leading up to the inauguration of the 10th National Assembly, rumors have been circulating regarding the outgoing Senate President, Ahmad Lawan's alleged support for Senator Godswill Akpabio as the Senate President. However, Apples Bite Magazine has gathered reliable information from sources close to Senator Lawan, revealing that he has not officially declared or endorsed Senator Akpabio or any other senator vying for the position. According to our source, "Senator Lawan is keeping his preferred candidate close to his chest." Clearly, Senator Akpabio's camp is jittery and pushing an agenda in the media to market their candidate for the top job in the Senate. When asked about a photo circulating in the media, that had Senators Akpabio, Lawan, and President Tinubu in what appeared to have been taken after a closed-door meeting, our source clarified, "There was no cl