Delsu@30: Prof. Lumumba Raises African Of A Bright Future

      Erudite Scholar, Prof. Patrick Loch Otieno Lumumba, has assured Africans of a bright future in the African continent, urging Africans not to be retard in their quest of acquiring education.     Prof. Patrick Lumumba gave the assurance on Friday April 29th, 2022, while delivering the 30th anniversary commemorative lecture, titled: “Whither Education in Africa”, of the Delta State University Abraka, held at the 1000 seating capacity lecture hall of the University.   “Talking about Education in Africa, one must go down in his history back to…

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Anniversary Coronation: Olorogun Uwanogho Presents Website To UDU

By Michael Veloh  As part of his contributions towards the growth and development of Ughelli Kingdom and the 30-year coronation anniversary of the Ughelli monarch, Olorogun (Engr)Omonefe Uwanogho has designed and presented a website to the executive of Ughelli Descendant Union UDU, UDU, in other to archive and showcase the activities of the kingdom in the global space. Speaking while presenting the website, www.ughellidescendantsunion.org at the royal palace hall in Ughelli North local government area of Delta state, Uwanogho disclosed that “The world is going global and it is time for our…

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International: Hushpuppi Commits $400k Fraud From Inside US Prison —Journalist Claims

  …..Cites New court Document [SWIPE]   Popular Instagram celebrity Hushpuppi has received fresh charges as US prosecutors submit court documents showing how he committed fraud and laundered over $400k from behind bars. US prosecutors presented documents before the United States District Court of California on Wednesday with fresh evidence indicting Hushpuppi of committing fraud and money laundering in US Federal correctional facility. The court documents stated that Hushpuppi, while in US Federal correctional facility, participated in the purchase and laundering of Economic Impact Payment (EIP) debit cards fraudulently obtained…

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Another Top Russian General, Shot Dead In Ukraine

The leader of a rebel military group accused of committing brutal war crimes since its formation in 2014 has been killed.   “Vladimir Zhoga, a Neo-nazi warlord and the Commander of Sparta Battalion, was shot dead on March 5 in Volnovakha. It was gathered     Following the eleventh day of Russia’s invasion, Vladimir Zhoga, the leader of the Neo-Nazi ‘Sparta Battalion,’ was shot in Volnovakha, Ukraine, as Putin’s troops failed to make significant gains. Denis Pushilin, the leader of the breakaway DPR, confirmed Zhoga’s death in a Telegram channel…

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International: Putin Confirms Killing Of Top Russian General By Ukrainian Forces

  Andrei Sukhovetsky, 47, a Russian General among the troops fighting in Ukraine, has been shot dead. The deceased was the commanding general of the Russian 7th Airborne Division and a deputy commander of the 41st Combined Arms Army. President Vladimir Putin has confirmed that a general had been killed in the war. Sukhovetsky was a respected paratrooper, practised in missions in “hostile territory”, and reportedly had been decorated for his role in the annexation of Crimea. Ukrainian outlet, Fakti, reported that Sukhovetsky had been in his latest role since…

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The Spirit Of Ukraine That Nigeria Lacks – Tam Oburumu Is Talking

The Russian bullies, army(d) by the power possessed Socialist corruptor Vladimir Putin have something in mind, to forcely annex Eastern Europe to the Colective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) the babied rival to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). CSTO was established in 1992 by Russia after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991as a resuscitatory ploy of Russian dominance over smaller countries in Eastern Europe. Unfortunately for Russian most countries declined except Armenia, Uzbekistan, kazakhstan,Tajiskistan.kyrgistan. I have read many rather annoying justifications by some facebook I-wanna-write persons putting the…

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IIJ Class of ’20 Celebrates Stephanie Ikanone Odiete On Her Birthday

By Michael Veloh,   The International Institute of Journalism, IIJ Class of ’20 has congratulates Comrade Onome Ikanone on the occasion of her birthday on February 27, 2022.   The Class, in a statement signed by its Class Rep, Comrade Darah Andrew described Comrade Ikanone Onome as a lovely fellow, student and entrepreneur who is without dull moment.   According Darah “As classmates in IIJ, we celebrate with you on the occasion of your Birthday and it is our earnest prayer that God will perfect his work in your life…

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Analysis & Opinion: What Is New Or Happy About The New Year?

By Sunny Awhefeada Once upon a time the thought of the end of one year and the approach of another elicited joy and expectations. In between the outgoing and the incoming year is a moment of transition that was marked by stocktaking, conviviality, merriment, then sober reflections and resolutions. We truly felt the transition from an old year to a new one and we were all happy or so we thought as children? My earliest concrete memories of the old and New Year phenomenon were formed in Evwreni, then a…

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Global Day Of Climate: Odimodi, Okuntu Communities In Niger Delta Cry For Help, Expose Oil Companies Inabilities

By Benin Richard November 6, 2021 was meant to organize a climate action globally. Community Development Advocacy Foundation (CODAF) and African Centre for Environmental and Rural Development (ACERD) hinged on this to carry out a sea-side action to monitor, report, engage and expose (MORE-E) decades of climate and environmental crisis committed against the indigenous people of the Niger Delta (especially those living in the creeks) by Shell, AGIP, Chevron and a host of other extractive industries. The action which kicked off at Odimodi community terminated at the sea-side of Okuntu…

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