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The Wonderful World of Samuel Elijah Whenayon and His Passion for Providing Clean Solutions

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By Eric Elezuo

When a man is blessed with ideas, he is expected to turn then to reality for the benefit of humanity. One man who has perfectly brought his ideas to generous fruition and for the good of mankind is the indefatigable Managing Director of Madosi Nigeria Limited, Mr. Samuel Elijah Whenayon.

The undeniably handsome and prolific entrepreneur, who is a proud native of Agido Iworo in Badagry Local Government Area of Lagos State, has seen the need to ensure that everyone lives in a clean, healthy and germ free environment, and so floated a company saddled with the responsibility of cleaning, clearing and fumigation as well as recruitments.

A stern believer in hard work, Whenayon assumes a workaholic disposition and personality, and this could be seen in the way he goes about his daily business with the sole aim of satisfying customers and putting lasting smiles on their faces.

He is a merry go round socialite, and can easily relate with anyone and everyone, though he does not devote all his time for social gatherings.

Hear him: “Many people never believe I socialize simply because I devote most of my time to my business. I socialize a lot, love a lot and at the same time, I am a very busy person”

With his wealth of experience, Whenayon has turned Madosi into one of the best in the field of clearing & fumigation services and recruitments where any customer can easily get greater value for little money.

However, in his modesty, he believes that there is still more work to be done.

“The company is still growing but definitely we will still get there,” he said

Describing Modosi, he said: Madosi is a service rendering company; we are into Cleaning, Janitorial, Fumigation, Recruitment and Background checks.

“If I tell you we are one of the best companies in the country, I am not mistaken. We have a team of professionally trained staff who are committed to solving clients’ problems on fumigation and other environmental challenges. Our expertise in mixing chemicals to bring out the best friendly to humans and disastrous to pests and germs is second to none, and we also have spice permit.

The very loving CEO is also a wonderful family man.

Patronise Madosi today for the best in environment needs.

 

 

 

 

 

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Police Station Burnt as Warders, Okada Riders Clash in Ibadan

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There was pandemonium at the Agodi Gate area of Ibadan, Oyo State, on Tuesday, following a clash between some motorcyclists and warders at the Agodi Correctional Centre.

The clash led to the burning of the Idi Ogungun Police Outstation by some angry youths, while another police station opposite the centre was reportedly damaged.

Our correspondent gathered that a motorcyclist was shot by one of the warders, but some eyewitnesses claimed that the teargas canister, which the warder held, exploded and injured the motorcyclist in the face.

Some of the traders, who have shops in the area, told our correspondent that the victim was shot by the prison officials following his refusal to pay a bribe of N50.

One of the traders, Dauda Abegunrin, told our correspondent that prison warders always extort okada riders, who usually park close to the facility to pick passengers.

The alleged shooting of the motorcyclist was said to have angered his colleagues and youths in the area, who made bonfires on the road, which made motorists to avoid the area.

This reportedly caused pandemonium as commuters, motorists and passers-by ran helter-skelter.

Abegunrin said, “One of the warders demanded N50 from an okada rider, but that one said he could not give a bribe because he was a Muslim. The warder later dragged him inside and shot him. This led to a crisis in the area.”

Another trader in the area claimed that the refusal of the okada rider to give the warder the N50 bribe caused the clash.

It was not clear if the motorcyclist died or he was just injured, but some people said he had been taken to hospital.

Policemen and operatives of the Operation Burst, comprising soldiers and other security agents, were deployed in the area to restore normalcy following the violence.

Efforts to speak to the Public Relations Officer of the correctional centre, Lanre Anjonrin, were unsuccessful as he did not answer calls placed to his telephone and had yet to reply messages sent to him on the issue.

However, the Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Mr Olugbenga Fadeyi, said policemen and other security agents were deployed in the area to prevent hoodlums from seizing the opportunity of the clash to attack the prison.

He confirmed that one police station in the area was burnt, while another was damaged.

The PPRO stated, “Contrary to the currently trending news online that policemen fired shots, leading to injury at the Agodi Gate area this morning, the truth is that there was a clash between officers of the correctional service and okada riders stationed at Agodi Gate.

“Upon the receipt of this information, policemen as well as other security agents moved to the scene to ensure that there was no breakdown of law and order that could lead to coordinated attacks on the prison facility.

“The Idi Ogungun Police Outstation was burnt, while the Agodi 2 Station opposite the correctional centre was damaged.”

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Police Nab 55-Year-Old with Four Human Skulls, Three Hands in Ogun

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Men of the Ogun State Police Command have arrested a 55-year-old man, Yesiru Salisu, for being in possession of human parts, including four skulls, two hands and three jaws, in Ijebu-Igbo.

The suspect allegedly severed the human parts from a Christian cemetery in Oke-Eri, Ijebu-Ode, on Monday alongside his accomplice, Lekan Bakare, who is on the run.

The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, disclosed this on Tuesday.

Oyeyemi said the suspect, who is a resident of No. 7 Odenusi Street, Ijebu-Igbo, was arrested on Monday.

The PPRO added that the suspect was arrested following a report lodged at the Ago-Iwoye Division in the Ijebu-North Local Government Area of the state.

He added that the complainant reported that a man was seen with a bag suspected to contain stolen property and when he was challenged, he dropped the bag and ran into the bush.

The statement said, “Upon the report, the DPO Ago-Iwoye, CSP Paul Omiwole, led detectives to the scene, where they opened the bag and discovered that it contained dry human parts.

“Consequently, the bush that the suspect ran into was properly combed and he was subsequently apprehended.

“On interrogation, the suspect confessed to harvesting the human parts from a Christian cemetery in Oke-Eri, Ijebu-Ode together with one Lekan Bakare, who is now at large.”

The PPRO said the Commissioner of Police, Edward Ajogun, had ordered the immediate transfer of the case to state Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department for further investigation and prosecution.

Oyeyemi added that the CP also directed that the fleeing accomplice should be hunted and brought to justice.

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Lady from Hell! Sets Ex-Lover’s House, Girlfriend Ablaze

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Nineteen-year-old Jemila Ibrahim and her friend, Fatima Mohammed, have been arrested by the personnel of the Lagos State Police Command for setting her ex-lover’s house ablaze at the Monkey Village, FESTAC area of the state.

It was gathered that Jemila and her friend stormed the residence of her ex-lover, Mohammed Yusuf, around 5.30pm on November 18 and set it ablaze, while his girlfriend, Rabi was inside.

Yusuf, who got to know about the incident, rushed home to rescue Rabi and took her to hospital, where she died on Saturday around noon.

Mohammed reportedly left Jemila over alleged infidelity on her part.

The state Police Public Relations Officer, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, in a statement on Monday, said policemen from the Satellite Division arrested the suspects, adding that the state Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu, had ordered the transfer of the case to the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department, Panti, for further investigation.

The statement read in part, “The duo of Jemila Ibrahim and her friend, Fatima Mohammed, of Monkey Village, who accompanied Jemila to commit the heinous crime, have been arrested by the police operatives attached to the Satellite Division of the command.

“The Commissioner of Police, Lagos State, Hakeem Odumosu, who condemned the crime, has ordered that the matter be transferred to the SCIID, Panti, for discreet investigation. The CP also vowed to go after those, who engage in crimes and social vices, and to rid the state of criminals and criminality.”

The CP, however, urged the residents of the state to avoid taking the law into their own hands.

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