Two Suspected Fake EFCC Officials Arrested At Ughelli Hotel 

BY Andrew Darah, Two persons parading themselves as officials of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, have been arrested at a popular hotel located at Ekiugbo-Ughelli in Ughelli North local government area of Delta State. The suspects, males  whose names could not be ascertained as t the time of this report were arrested at a popular hotel premises in Ekiugbo community in Ughelli, it was gathered. According to sources, “Two of them drove into the hotel premises, went into the  reception and bought drink after which one them went…

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Ekokobe Denies Assassination Allegations 

By Kelvin Ohoror   The Chairman of Oleh Community Development Committee Chief Obaro Ekokobe has denied and debunked totally any involvement in the alleged attempted kidnap and assassination of Chief Jubilant Igelige, the Isoko Development Union Publicity Secretary over the Oleh leadership tussle.   It will be recalled that on the 10th of December 2021, Chief Obaro Ekokobe, the Secretary to the Odiologbo of Oleh Kingdom, Chief Otovo Festus, Chief Zaiki Okupa a member of the CDC, alongside with Mr. Ikwenu Moses, a driver to the Odiologbo were arrested and…

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Delta State Police Command Releases Emergency Numbers For Christmas

DELTA STATE COMMAND EMMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS & DELTA STATE POLICE COMMAND SOCIAL MEDIA HANDLES In this festive period, it’s very pertinent and advisable for you to equip yourself with our emergency numbers EMMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS COMMAND CONTROL ROOM NUMBER – 08036684974 COMMAND COMPLAINT DESK NUMBER 09029070037. 09155570007 and 09155570008. SOCIAL MEDIA HANDLES Instagram;pprodelta Facebook on :https://web.facebook.com/Npfdeltapubliccomplaintunit :https:// Merry Christmas 🎄 and a prosperous new year ahead!!

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Ekpan: We Will Resist Candidates Imposition In Ekpan Community

  ..Says There Is No Stephen Akemu Led Faction Of EDC   A former Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice in Delta State Chief Victor Otomewo has been told loud and clear that he cannot foist Mr Stephen Akemu as the Chairman of Ekpan Development Committee (EDC) on the people of Ekpan in Uvwie Local Government Area of the State. The Secretary of the EDC, Deacon Matthew A. Emewakeme in a statement on behalf of the EDC warned against break down of law and order in Ekpan community, Uvwie Local…

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President Buhari Mourn Soldiers Killed By Boko Haram

President General Muhammadu Buhari has mourned the killing of four Nigeria soldiers by Boko Haram in the northern part of the country. The president who condole the Nigerian Army over the lost said, “Nigeria has lost brave soldiers”. In his statement from his verified facebook page, President Buhari said,  “I am extremely saddened to hear of the demise of Brigadier General Dzarma Zirkusu and three soldiers who paid the supreme sacrifice, in a very rare display of gallantry, as they tried to help their compatriots in the war against terrorists.…

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Nigeria IGP, Alkali Orders Investigations Over Alleged Invasion Of Justice Odili Apartment

Nigeria Inspector General of Police, Baba Usman Alkali has ordered for a thorough investigation of the alleged invasion of Justice Mary Odili apartment in Abuja by suspected security men. In a statement signed by Frank Mba the Force Public Relations Officer, Force Headquarters said, the IGP has called for calm, promising that the Force will do all within its powers to unravel the perpetrators and motives behind the breach with a view to bringing all indicted persons to book. According to the statement, REPORTED INVASION OF JUSTICE ODILI ABUJA RESIDENCE:…

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Ughelli Women Protest Against Market Relocation, Barricade East/West Road

By Joe Favour/ Kobiruo Joseph    Market women in Otovwodo community yesterday barricaded the East West Road of the Ughelli axis crumbling vehicular movement and commercial activities for several hours over what they described as injustices being meted on them by relocating their market from the community to a nearby swampy bush. The women numbering over a thousand armed leaves branches appealed to the state governor, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa to urgently come to their rescue before it will get off hands. The women who defied the military presence accused the…

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#ENDSARS Will Continue To Have A Significant Space In The Annals Of Our History-Ooni Of Ife

        #ENDSARS Will Continue To Have A Significant Space In The Annals Of Our History-Ooni Of Ife The Ooni of Ife, Adeyeye Enitan Babatunde Ogunwusi Ojaja II,  has disclosed that the endsars protest will continue to play a major role in the annals of Nigeria history. He made this comment on his facebook page on October 20, 2021 saying , It was a monumental cause a year ago that unified the brilliant young people of our great nation. It was a cause that they believed in, embarked…

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Endsars: Edevbie Remembers Slained Youths

Olorogun David Edevbie the immediate past Chief of Staff to Delta State Governor has commiserated with families of those that were killed during the Endsars protest in 2020. In a post on facebook page, Edevbie disclosed that Nigeria youths are being faced with one challenge or the other and his his ready to rehabilitate them starting from his home state Delta. According to the post, A year ago, we lost 12 futures at the #EndSARS peaceful protest held at the Lekki toll gate, Lagos State. I am aware of the…

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Delta Police Arrests School Principal As SS3 Student Drowns In Ughelli North

By Andrew Darrah/ Ughelli   The Nigeria Police attached to the Ughelli Area command has arrested the principal of Government Technical College, Ogor, Ughelli North Local Government Area, Delta State over an alleged drowning as an SS3 student simply identified as ThankGod Emumirigwe at a borrow pit at the school premises. It was gathered that the principal was arrested after the deceased from the Mechanical Department of the technical school had died while bathing in the borrow pit after a grass cutting exercise last Friday. According to sources, “The students…

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