Jifas Ogbon Congratulates Ohworode Of Olomu At 103

Senior Special Assistant to Delta State Governor on Youth Development, Prince Sony Jifas Ogbon has congratulated the Ohworode Of Olomu Kingdom, HRM Dr. Richard Layeguen Ogbon, Oghoro 1, JP+, RDN on his 103rd birthday, In his birthday wishes Jifas said, Only King can achieve such feat that the Royal Cannon of Anglican Communion hsa achieved. According to Jifas Sony Ogbon, “The Ohworode righteous way of life, sincerity and love for all his subjects without discriminationhas earned him this longevity   “And his continuous efforts in ensuring that Delta State is…

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Delta Assembly To Collaborate With State Police Command To Tackle Security Challenges

  The Delta State House of Assembly is to collaborate with the State Command of the Nigeria Police Force in ensuring effective crime fighting and prevention at the grassroots. The Speaker of the State Assembly,  Rt Hon  Sheriff Oborevwori made the promise when the newly posted State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Mohammed Inuwa  Hafiz  paid him and other members of the House   a courtesy visit in his office on Tuesday, January 21, 2020. The Speaker commended the  new Commissioner of Police  for being proactive in crime fighting and prevention…

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Bandits Butcher 3 Drivers, 4 Passengers In Delta

  By Chancel B. Sunday BOMADI—Armed robbers, on Tuesday, have again butchered three drivers of the National Union of Road Transport Workers, N.U.R.T.W, a conductor and four passengers along the dreadful Bomadi-Ohoror road in Delta state. A victim, Mrs Ebi, a trader and who sustained a deep machete wound, narrated that the incident occurred around 5.30 am at the same dilapidated spot near Odorubu community in Patani council area. She said, “we ran into the robbers at the bad spot near Odorubu. The robbers came out of the bush, all…

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Gunmen Assassinates PDP Chairman In Delta

Unknown gunmen suspected to be assassins have shot dead the chairman of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, Olomu ward One in Ughelli South Local Government Area of Delta State. The deceased, Mr. Paul Onomuakpokpo was killed while in his way from where he had gone to celebrate the Supreme Court victory of governor Ifeanyi Okowa over Chief Great Ogboru. It was gathered. According to sources, Onomuakpokpo was killed on Wednesday 8 Janauary, 2019 along Ogoni-Olomu road. A source who claimed to be with the deceased said; “We were together at…

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Afiesere Community Boils Over Leadership Tussle

  BY JOEL GRANDBALL, TWO persons have been allegedly shot at Afisiere community in Ughelli North local government area of Delta State at the weekend following leadership tussle that has engulfed the community. It was gathered that a group of persons had in a failed attempt to dethrone the current leadership of the community which resulted to the shooting of one Anthony Apiloko and a Motorcyclist. Afiesere community has been embroiled in a leadership tussle following calls by a section of the community led by one Chief Evans Akponana on…

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Ughelli Residents Seeks Compensation From Local Vigilante Over Theft

Ughelli Residents Seeks Compensation From Local Vigilante Over Theft   ..Sends SoS To Delta State Government   OGHENEKARO AWODEHA Resident of Ughelli, in Ughelli North Local Government Area, has bemoaned what they described as failure of the local Vigilantes in the area to provide security for which monthly levies are being paid. This is coming on the heels of series of stealing, robbery as well as breaking and entry that has been the order of the day in the town. They are calling on the state government to prohibit Street…

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Cultism: Udu Youths Condemn Activities Of Cultists In Udu

…vow to resume protests against Julius Berger over Udu Road By Henry Ubus   Udu Youths under the auspices of Ukoko Ighele (Union of Udu Youths) have condemned in strong terms activities of cultists and other social vices in Udu Local Government Area of Delta State, asking cultists to relocate in their own interest while also requesting Julius Berger to fix the dilapidated Udu Road or face the wrath of Udu youths in a week time. The Youth body also called for creation of more police divisions to help check…

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Kidnapped Appeal Court Judge, Slap On The Judiciary

By Prosper Erere,   A group of professionals in various field of endeavours under the aegis of Protector of the Under-Privileged (PUP) has stated that the kidnap of Honourable Justice Iheme Chioma Nwosu is a slap on the Nigerian Judiciary. The group while linking the case of the kidnapped judge to possible desperation of politicians who want to win their electoral cases at all cost, called on the Chief Justice of Nigeria and judges across the country to be wary of such desperate politicians who would do anything at all…

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23-year old woman steals SUV, phones worth N1 million after sex romp

A team of detectives, led by the Divisional Police Officer, Ikeja Police Station, CSP Gbenga Ogunsaki, has arrested one Miss Deborah Nwachukwu, 23, for stealing a Toyota jeep, cash and items worth N1 million. DSP Bala Elkana, the Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), said this in a statement released to newsmen on Sunday. According to Elkana, the suspect is an indigene of Abia and resided at No. 19 Irewale Street, Ipade Area, Lagos. He further explained that Nwachukwu stole the Toyota Jeep, two Samsung S10, wrist watch, designer…

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Insecurity :  NYCN charges FG, DTSG, Security Agencies On Safety

  By Victor Bieni ISSELE- AZAGBA- Reactions has continue to trailed the recent Kidnappings saga at Issele-Azagba Mixed Secondary School in Aniocha North Local government Area of Delta State where the school Principal and one persons were confirm dead and and others kidnap. Delta State Chairman, National Youth Council of Nigeria ( NYCN), Comrade Kenneth Okorie has called on the Federal and State Governments and Security Agencies to rise up to the challenges of ensuring the safety of citizens. Speaking to Politics Governance  reporter at Issele -Azagba in Aniocha North,…

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