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Whoever coined that word Commonsense deserve to die by hanging. Commonsense is rare & not common.

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« on: April 29, 2018, 10:36:29 AM »
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SYNW Commiserates With Fagunwa Family Over Death Of Beloved Mother

The Society of Young Nigerian Writers has registered their condolence to the prestigious family of the Late foremost Yoruba Novelist and pioneer author - Daniel Olorunfemi Fagunwa, popularly known as D. O. Fagunwa, over the death of their beloved wife and mother - Late Chief Elizabeth Adebanke Fagunwa.

In a statement signed by the National President of the forum, Mr. Wole Adedoyin, the SYNW joins voice with writers all over the world to mourn the demise of the late literary promoter who throughout her life was committed to sustaining and promoting the footprints and the leviathan legacies left by her late husband in the literary field of life.

He described the late Mrs. Fagunwa as a virtuous woman who played great roles in advancing, peaking and championing the cause of literary activities across the country, especially through the Fagunwa Foundation which is founded to promote the literary works of the late legend.

On his own part, the National Secretary of SYNW, Izunna Okafor described the demise as a great loss to the literary community. He said although Late Mrs. Fagunwa died at 85, having lived a purposeful life, the literary community would always miss her presence.

In a bid to mourn and honour the great woman, Izunna further stated that the National body of the SYNW has resolved that this year's edition of the Fagunwa Day will no longer hold, as it has been postponed to next year, following the news of the demise.

Fagunwa Day is an initiative of the Society of Young Nigerian Writers, and has been running since the year 2011.

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News / Re: February 2018 updates
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Chief Francis Arhiyor felicitates with HRM Dr. Emmanuel Sideso Abe1 Ovie of Uvwie kingdom on his 10th coronation anniversary

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News / NAPTIP Seals Baby Factory In Abuja
« on: February 11, 2018, 01:34:02 PM »
The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) said it had sealed an illegal maternity and baby factory in Nyanya, Abuja.
This is contained in a statement signed by the NAPTIP spokesman, Mr Josiah Emerole, and made available to newsmen in Abuja on Sunday.
Emerole said that the acclaimed Chief Medical Director of the baby factory was arrested few weeks back by NAPTIP for allegedly swindling several women who were in dare need of babies.
He said that the sealing of the illegal medical outfit, Akuchi Herbal Concept, located on Old road, around Pure Water area, New Nyanyan, Abuja, was part of the ongoing investigation into the case.
According to him, the case had already generated public concern among Nigerians especially relations of the victims.
Newsmen recall that the operatives of NAPTIP last week arrested a 38-year-old herbalist, (names withheld) for allegedly deceiving women into thinking they are pregnant and thereafter giving other people’s babies to them having collected lots of money.
The suspect, who is from Enugu State is the owner of Akuchi Herbal Concept, located at New Nyanya, Abuja, was arrested after weeks of diligent surveillance by combined team of Officers of the agency and those of the Department of State Services.
The spokesman said that the latest operation was coordinated by the Director, Investigation and Monitoring Department, Mr Greg Esele on the directive of the Director – General, Ms Julie Okah- Donli.
He said the agency recovered local herbs used by the suspect to stimulate ovulation for women, some soaked black-coloured leaves and concoction, among others.
Emerole explained that contrary to the suspect’s claim as displayed on the signpost, the Clinic was virtually empty thereby raising question on how the women were able to believe his claims.
The spokesman quoted the director general of NAPTIP as saying, investigation was ongoing to determine the level of crime allegedly committed by the suspect.
“Investigation is ongoing to clearly establish level of the unwholesome activities of the suspect and we are not leaving any stone unturned in getting to the roots of the crime.
“This is also in line with our determination to ensure that Nigerians are not exploited in any way, ” she said.

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