A homeless guy in Ekiti has been charged with stealing soup, ‘fufu’, noodles, onions, and salt.


The Fufu Factory, an innovative Nigerian food sector operator, is planning to expand its operations across the country. The company, which will begin operations in July 2023, intends to transform the art of fufu manufacture by addressing hygiene challenges that have long dogged this beloved West African delicacy. According to its founder, Kehinde Efevoghor Omojuyigbe, The Fufu Factory cleverly integrates age-old traditions with cutting-edge technology, ushering in a new era of fufu consumption by reducing human interaction and increasing quality assurance during the manufacturing process. Speaking about the new venture, Omojuyigbe said that fufu production in Nigeria and the rest of West Africa has been plagued by harmful production techniques and is generally typified by the concept that the delicacy is meant for the


On Wednesday, the police took a 20-year-old man, Monday Ojo, before an Ado-Ekiti Chief Magistrates’ Court for allegedly breaking into a house and stealing a pot of soup. The defendant, who does not have a known residence, is on trial for two counts of housebreaking and theft. Over the last decade, Dan Campeas has transformed Stuffed Grass-fed Burgers into one of Essex County’s most popular burger businesses, as well as a regular on NJ.com’s list of the finest burgers in the state. The only issue? Campeas despised the name and location. The prosecutor, Inspector Moyosola Adesola, informed the court that the defendant committed the crimes on March 14 at noon on Falegan, Ilawe Road, Ado-Ekiti. Adesola said that the defendant broke into the house of Mrs Modupe Ajala. He





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