2023: Tinubu/Shettima Achievements Have Made Our Job Easy -Emerhor

  The Director, Directorate of Contacts and Mobilization South-South for Tinubu/Shetima Presidential Campaign Council, Olorogun O’tega Emerhor has said that All Progressive Congress, APC, Presidential candidate Chief Bola Ahmed TINUBU and the party Vice Presidential candidate, Kassim Shetima are good products which are not difficult to sell.   The former APC Governorship candidate who stated this during the inaugural meeting of the Directorate of Contacts and Mobilization South-South for Tinubu/Shetima Presidential Campaign Council urged members of the directorate to work assiduously to deliver the APC, presidential ticket and other party…

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Analysis: A Nation And The Crisis Of Governance Fatigue

By Sunny Awhefeada,   Social scientists and other critical observers of the Nigerian experience must be hard put trying to codify or put a name to what has befallen Nigeria in the last seven years. Unbeknown to many other Nigerians, the intelligentsia that is considered as the facilitator of ideas, the encoder and interpreter of our socio-historical evolution is presently huddled in a mental cul-de-sac that make rational thinking almost impossible. Inventive, creative and as many as our eggheads are, they have reached their wit’s end. They are suffering from…

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Flood:Tinubu, Omo-Agege, Distributes N50m Cash, N150m Worth Of Relief Materials To Victims In Delta

By Joe Favour/Ughelli   The All Progressive Congress, APC Presidential Candidate, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu the Deputy Senate President and Delta APC Governorship Candidate, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, Tuesday commenced the distribution of the N50 million cash donation and N150 million worth of relief materials to flood victims in Delta State. Recall that Tinubu and Omo-Agege had promised to donate N200M in cash and relief material to the flood victims in the state following the devastating flood which sacked many communities in Delta. In fulfilment of their pledges, the cash and relief…

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Flood: Reps Cacus Call For Humanitarian Affairs Minister Sack

The Niger-Delta caucus of the House of Representatives on Monday called on President Muhammadu Buhari to relieve the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs Sa’adiya Umar Farouk of her ministerial position if she failed to resign haven made an alleged degenerating statement concerning the Niger Delta region.   According to the lawmakers, the statement made by the minister was degenerating. The caucus at a press conference in Abuja carpeted the minister over her recent comment that Bayelsa State could not and should not be classified as one of the 10 most affected…

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Flood: NBM Ughelli Zone Donates Cash, Relief Materials To Victims In DESOPADEC IDP Camp

By Omoghene Benedict/ Ughelli     The Neo-Black Movement of Africa, Ughelli Zone, has donated cash and relief material worth thousands of naira to flood victims to cushion the had effect of the ravaging flood in Ughelli North local government area of Delta state.   Items donated to victims at the Evwreni IDP camp includes, cash, bags of Garri, Rice, Beans, tuber of yams cartons of noodles, toiletries, germicides, soaps, detergents, tomato paste, pastries and toothpastes. Speaking during the presentation, the Ughelli Zonal Head, Olorogun (Dr) Uteme Bateren said, “We…

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It’s A Joy To Lead, Serve Urhobo Nation As PG-Taiga

By Nyenhovwo Darah/Okpare-Olomu Few to the expiration of his tenure as Urhobo Progress Union, UPU, President General, Olorogun Moses Taiga has revealed his joy in leading and serving the fifth ethnic nationality as its leader for the last six years. Speaking to newsmen at his country home in Okpare, Ughelli South Local Government Area of Delta state, he said, “My administration for the last six years has been smooth and i am glad that in next one month, it is going to be smooth transition to another new administration. According…

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2023: We Are Within PDP, The Fight Continue, It is Not Yet Over As Edevbie Appreciates Supporters

The runner-up in the Delta State PDP Guber primary, Olorogun David Edevbie has appreciated his campaign structure and teeming supporters for keeping faith with him throughout the period of his legal battle till date, despite unfavourable court judgments from the Appeal and Supreme Courts. Olorogun David Edevbie gave the commendation on Friday 4th Nov. 2022 at Afiesere-Ughelli his home town in Ughelli North local government area, after returning home since the Supreme Court gave its ruling on the contentious Delta State PDP governorship candidacy between him and Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori…

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Ibori, Uduaghan, Edevbie, 52 Others Shun PDP Campaign Council Inauguration

  The crisis rocking the Delta State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP is far from over as the party’s National Leader, Chief James Ibori, the immediate past governor, Dr Emmanuel Uduaghan, Principal Secretary to late President Musa Yar’Adua and other party’s bigwigs today shunned the inauguration of Delta State PDP Campaign Management Committee. It was visibly clear that other notable party chieftains that snubbed the inauguration of the campaign council to support the governorship aspiration of Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori were the inactive lawmaker representing Delta South Senatorial…

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2023: APC Has Nothing To Offer Nigerians Than Poverty, Insecurity And Down Trodden Economy- Oborevwori

By Michael Veloh/ Okpe   The Delta State PDP Governorship Candidate for the 2023 general elections, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Francis Orohwedor Oborevwori, has said that the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Delta State has nothing to campaign with in the state.   Rt. Hon. Oborevwori who spoke on Saturday at Egborode, Okpe Council Area of Delta state when members of Team Siakpere for Sheriff Oborevwori 2023 hosted him to a party to celebrate and honour him, noted that the party has killed the economy with Nigerians facing challenges of poverty…

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Education: My Dear Teacher, Ademola Dasylva, @ 70

By Sunny Awhefeada   It was with mixed feelings that I received the news of Professor Ademola Omobewaji Dasylva turning seventy and retiring from active university service. Mixed feelings because I rejoice with him on his attainment of this landmark age in good health, but at the same time I look back and see how time flies and undo a lot of things. Looking back, it appears as if it was just yesterday that the then Dr. Ademola Dasylva taught my postgraduate class in the Department of English at the…

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