News Feature: And We Survived 2022

By Sunny Awhefeada Nigeria remains a case study of the kind of paradox that can only be birthed by absurdism. Samuel Beckett despite his acclaimed genius would have found it hard put to envision the Nigerian condition in a dramatic sketch. I doubt if any human imagination has the capacity to imagine the scale and depth of the Nigerian condition. When the world celebrated the turn of the millennium in the year 2000, Nigeria was enmeshed in the crises of a hunted past from which it is yet to free…

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Fr. Ewherido Appointed Bishop Of Warri Diocese

By Andrew Darah His Holiness Pope Francis has announced the appointment of Rev. Fr. Anthony Ewherido as the new Bishop-elect of the Catholic Diocese of Warri. Ewherido until his appointment is the Rector of the SS. Peter and Paul Major Seminary, Ibadan. He was ordained a Catholic Priest in October 18th 1986, his academic qualifications includes Diploma (from Summer course for Seminary Formators), Athenaeun Pontificium Regina Apostolorum – JULY 30, 2014. Doctor of Philosophy (Biblical Studies) Fordham University, Bronx, NY, USA, May 2004. Master of Philosophy (Biblical Studies) Fordham, Unibersity…

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St. Michael Catholic Parishioners Presents Christ To The World As Lord Of Creation

By ANDREW DARAH/UGHELLI   It was a wonderful outing on Sunday 20th November 2022, as the entire parishioners of St. Michael Catholic Church Otovwodo Ughelli filled out in Eucharistic Procession around Ughelli in Ughelli North LGA of Delta State, in celebration of the feast of Christ the King. Feast of Christ the King which is also called Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, is a festival celebrated in the Roman Catholic Church in honour of Jesus Christ as lord over all creation. Essentially a magnification of…

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Okparabe Community Gets Relief Materials From Indigenes In Diaspora

By Joel Grandball     Indigenes of Okparabe kingdom in diaspora have presented food items and other relief materials to affected flood victims to cushion the hard effect in Ughelli south local government area of Delta state. Items donated are, 30 cartons of frozen fish, bags of rice, Noodles, salt, packets of Maggi cubes, red and vegetable oil, detergents, and many other things. According to the initiator, Sunny Diohwo, ” I was on the internet and i saw the flood in Nigeria, and after about three days, i saw that…

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Britain: Queen Elizabeth II Buckingham Palace And All The Mansions

    That The Queen Of Great Britain Possessed Thursday, September 08, 2022 at 5:49 PM by  Richmond Setrana Queen Elizabeth II had been the longest-ruling monarch of the British empire, having ruled for 70 years Buckingham Palace was the official residence of the queen, but she possessed several mansions other than the famous palace Some of the homes belonged to her because of the position she held; whiles others were acquired as inheritance passed down to her New feature:   Queen Elizabeth II was Britain’s longest-serving monarch who ruled…

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Queen Elizabeth II: King Charles III Speaks As UK Declares 10 Days Mourning, Lower National Flag

The Heir to the throne of England, King Charles III, has described the death of her Queen mother as devastating in a sad moment.   King Charles III, who succeeded her mother, Queen Elizabeth II after 70 years on the throne said,”The death of my beloved mother, Her Majesty, The Queen is a moment of the greatest sadness for me  and all my family.   “We mourn profoundly the passing of a cherished sovereign and a much-loved mother.   “I know her lost will be deeply felt throughout the country,…

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Interview: Why I want Christians To Participate In Politics-Akpodiete

Alexander Osondu Akpodiete, a Professor of Cybersecurity and Digital Forensics, based in US, who teaches in one of the Universities in the United States. He is also a Publisher and Editor. In this interview with Politicsgovernance.com, he bares his mind on Nigeria politics, his support and the need for Nigerians to get involved in the 2023 elections with their Permanent Voters Card (PVC). Excerpts:   Sir can you just tell Nigerians why you embarked on giving out one million to PVC registrants without anything in return?   We have to…

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UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson Resigns Over Alleged Ethics Scandal

United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson has on Thursday officially resigned from his office amidst alleged ethics scandal. It was learnt that Johnson had earlier refused calls by his Cabinet to step down in the wake of ethics scandals but after much threw in after more than 40 ministers quit his government and told him to go. According to a statement delivered at Downing Street on Thursday, Johnson announced his resignation, saying that i”t was clear the Conservative Party needed a new leader.”   Boris Johnson resigns as Prime Minister, confirms…

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Judiciary: Judges, Lawyers On Strike As President Sacks 57 Judges

Judges and Lawyers in Tunisia have embark on a week strike in condemnation of President Kais Saied   sacking of  57 Judges without any reason. The Tunisian President Kais Saied on Thursday sacked 57 judges accused of corruption and other crimes, after passing a new law strengthening his grip on the judiciary.   Saied, who has steadily extended his powers since he sacked the government and suspended parliament last July, issued a decree late on Wednesday allowing himself to unilaterally sack judges for “actions … that could compromise the judiciary’s reputation,…

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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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