Opinion: Tales Of Many Woes

  By Sunny Awhefeada   Charles Dicken’s perception of the Victorian world defines how humanity apprehends that era more than one hundred years after it elapsed. The Victorian era eponymously christened after the phenomenal Queen Victoria also saw Britain attaining the peak of greatness. Britain ruled the waves and the world, and she was not just a significant factor in the colonial enterprise, but she was very wealthy through the unsympathetic plundering of her rich colonies. Despite the fortunes she enjoyed, the citizens were afflicted by grave misfortunes and that…

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Bayelsa Election: Protesters Storm Police Headquarters, Demand CP Removal

Story by Elizabeth Vincent/ Yenagoa Hundreds of women on Thursday, besieged the headquarters of the Bayelsa State Police Command, demanding the redeployment of the Commissioner of Police, CP, Tolani Alausa. The protesters, mostly dressed in black attires, also called on President Bola Tinubu and the inspector General of Police, Kayode Egbetokun, to ensure a peaceful election in the state. The women displayed placards with inscriptions such as ‘IG- The Police must be neutral’, ‘Change CP Alausa for a violence free poll’, ‘We say No to CP Alausa’, and ‘Give us…

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