Billing: Angry Youths Unleashed Mayhem On  BEDC Officials, Destroy Equipment In Ughelli

By Michael Veloh Angry youths from neighboring communities in Ughelli, stormed the Ughelli office of the Benin Electricity Company, BDEC, unleashing hostility on some of the company’s staff over prolonged power outage in Ughelli North local government area of Delta State. The youths who were said to have come from some neighbouring communities, it was gathered, injured the Ughelli Business Manager, Mr. Bethel Ebiuwhe and four other staff of the company. It was learned that the youths arrived the office armed with sticks and broken bottles, destroying windows of the…

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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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Protest: Again, Ovrode Community Shut Down Ughelli/Asaba Express Way Over Govt Negligence

By Mosco Omo   Residents of Ovrode Community in Isoko North Local Government Area of Delta State,  on Monday 21st February, 2022 morning shut down Ughelli/Asaba express way in a renewed protest over negligence of the community by State and Federal Government. The protesters comprises of the community men,  women and youths besieged the Ughelli/Asaba express way for hours with placards bearing various inscription such as, “Ovrode is bleeding,  “No federal and State Government projects in Ovrode Community”,  “Our Grammar school is in a bad shape,  no teachers and  no chairs”,…

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Koko Residents Condemn Olare-Aja Call For DPO’s Removal

 By Michael Veloh   SOME residents of koko, headquarter of Warri Local Government Area, Delta State, Friday, protest against the call by the Olare-Aja, Pa Richwell Atsenuwa for the removal of the Divisional Police Officer,  SP Othuke Omenuwona. The residents numbering hundreds took to the streets, condemning the Olare-Aja for leading a protest against the Divisional Police Officer.   Pa Atsenuwa had last Wednesday led some persons to protest at the Koko Police Division, against the DPO, calling for his removal, and citing inducement over some community issues he was…

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Vanguard Crack Reporter, Perez Brisibe Turns US Army

…. Says I was denied repeatedly by the Nigerian Army,   By Egufe Yafugborhi   Within a year of migrating to the United States (U S) of America, Niger Delta Voice former reporter, Perez Briside, shocked friends and family back home when he, on Thursday, realised his dream of becoming joining thr US Army. Brisibe, known for exclusive critical crime reports in Ughelli, Delta state which he covered for Vanguard for some years, was among intakes inducted into the US Army last Thursday after rigorous training at Fort Jackson, South…

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Boundary Dispute: Okowa Urges Warring Communities To Embrace Peace

  Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta has called on communities embroiled in boundary dispute, which has led to crises and loss of lives to embrace peace to pave way for meaningful development. Okowa made the call on Saturday at the funeral of late Professor Abednego Ekoko at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Uzere in Isoko South Local Government Area of the state. He said that no land was worth the life of any individual and urged Isoko people to embrace peace in honour of late Ekoko who was an accomplished boundary…

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Agbarho Cult Clash: Over Five Killed As Police Arrest Eleven Suspects

By Michael Veloh     NOT fewer than five persons have lost their lives in Agbarho community in a suspected cult clash between two rival groups in Ughelli North local government area of Delta State recently. Though the cause of the renewed crisis could not be ascertained but it was gathered that the cult groups identified as Eiye and Black Axe (Aiye) confraternities. Those killed in cult related clash according to security source are, Lucky Oritse, Blessing Owumi, Samuel Oshodi, Lucky Obrakaro, Bartholomew Ajifu, while the sixth person could not…

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