Retired Judge, Olamide Olayode Mobilises Fund To Rebuild Yinka Ayefele’s Demolished N800m FM Buildin

at 12:46 PM, 20/08/2018 (1 month ago)
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The Deputy Governorship candidate of the African Democratic Congress in Osun State, Justice Olamide Olayode (rtd), has started mobilising Nigerians to come together to assist ace

musician, Yinka Ayefele, whose N800m Music House was demolished by the Oyo State Government on Sunday morning.
Oloyede, who was retired by the National Judicial Council for publicly criticising Osun State Governor Rauf Aregbesola for his alleged failure, said this in a statement made available to our correspondent.

The retired judge, who is also the Lead Advocate, Virtues Unlimited Restorative Justice Initiative, urged Nigerians to come to the aid of the wheelchair-bound musician by assisting him to build a better structure than the one pulled down by the Oyo State Government.

The statement read, “Gentlemen and ladies, it has come to my attention that the building housing Fresh FM, the business of our music maestro, Yinka Ayefele, has just been demolished.
“May I respectfully request that we all come to his aide by providing the wherewithal to put up a new structure of his desire as a legacy to Nigerians’ right to freedom of expression. Nothing is too little, lets jointly ensure that the glory of the latter house is greater than that which was demolished.

jimmychoo at 01:12 PM, 20/08/2018 (1 month ago)
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na who ayefele help  since  we all donated  money for his spinal cord  surgery, i remembered back then i donated 1,000 out  of my feeding allowance ...since when he has  made it how  many disable has he help?  does he has any foundations for the less  priviledge  or  dissables?  how many wheel chairs has he donated  to the cripples?  Please anyone that an account for that should please tell me i might not know........Who valued  the busilding for 800 million? the Broadcasting licence was given to him by Jonathan government free of charge
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slimber at 01:52 PM, 20/08/2018 (1 month ago)
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Hmmm.mm nah waa
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deboalabi262 at 02:24 PM, 20/08/2018 (1 month ago)
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I  know am before? Wetin concern me now, uhhhhh Huh? Huh? Huh? Huh? Na im business jare Huh? Huh? Huh?

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Bebold at 04:18 PM, 20/08/2018 (1 month ago)
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Quote from: jimmychoo on 01:12 PM, 20/08/2018
na who ayefele help  since  we all donated  money for his spinal cord  surgery, i remembered back then i donated 1,000 out  of my feeding allowance ...since when he has  made it how  many disable has he help?  does he has any foundations for the less  priviledge  or  dissables?  how many wheel chairs has he donated  to the cripples?  Please anyone that an account for that should please tell me i might not know........Who valued  the busilding for 800 million? the Broadcasting licence was given to him by Jonathan government free of charge


You are a smart man,what has he done for the poor or those in need around him? 800 million my foot I think these guys are taking one for granted  I have lost over 27 million and no one donated to me, I have foundation that gives to the poor and train them in skill acquisition for free on different trade, I support over 9 widows monthly, still no one gives to me or my wife www.oneskillcharity.com to confirm my story
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olowoinlionsden at 05:28 PM, 20/08/2018 (1 month ago)
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Nigerians and their weird sentiments. The demolished site must be for the purpose of doing so for Public Interest. Aiyefele like any other Nigerian should be entitled to compensation, which I'm sure Government will not deny him of any. Yeildinhg to pedestrian pressure to let Aiyefele be, would create a bad precedent, as other disabled Nigerians might equally ask for such reprieve  somewhere else.
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Bebold at 05:54 PM, 20/08/2018 (1 month ago)
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Quote from: olowoinlionsden on 05:28 PM, 20/08/2018
Nigerians and their weird sentiments. The demolished site must be for the purpose of doing so for Public Interest. Aiyefele like any other Nigerian should be entitled to compensation, which I'm sure Government will not deny him of any. Yeildinhg to pedestrian pressure to let Aiyefele be, would create a bad precedent, as other disabled Nigerians might equally ask for such reprieve  somewhere else.


800 million Naira
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