Change The Narrative From Leaders Of Tomorrow To Today, Tomorrow Ebegba Charges Youths

…unveils centre for leadership and environment sustainability in Ughelli North   Omamuzo Efidhere   Director General and Chief Executive Officer, National Biosafety Management Agency (NBMA), Dr. Rufus Ebegba has charged youths to take leadership responsibility in order to change the narrative from leaders of tomorrow to leaders of today and tomorrow. Dr. Rufus Ebegba addressing newsmen recently during the unveiling of the Rufus Ebegba centre for leadership and environment sustainability at Owumi Guest House in Ughelli North Local Government Area, Delta State, said that he believes that the society can…

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Taiga, Bismark Others To Attend MCIU Launch Of Entrepreneurship And Innovation Centre

  PRESIDENT-General of the Urhobo Progress Union (UPU), Olorogun Moses Taiga, will on September 6 chair the launch of the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center by the Michael and Cecilia Ibru University, MCIU as part of activities to celebrate the 4th annual Olorogun Michael Ibru memorial lecture. The event which is being organized virtually by the Michael and Cecilia Ibru University will have Mr. Peter Bamkole, Pioneer Director, Entrepreneurship Development Centre, Pan-Atlantic University who is the keynote speaker speaking on the topic, “Innovation in Entrepreneurship Changes the Rules of the GAME.”…

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Apah Knocks Paul Etaga Over 2023 Ambition

Former Leader of Ughelli South Legislative Arm, in Ughelli South local government area of Delta State, Rt Hon Sunday Apah has described statement allegedly credited Hon Paul Etaga about the local government having three political blocs as unpolished and despiration. In a statement signed by Sunday Apah, expressed disappointment  that Hon. Etaga who benefitted from the two blocs arrangement is deviating from the from the arrangement. “Ughelli South Local Government Area has two blocs and not three. It was gathered that, Etaga while addressing politicians of Ewu axis that Ughelli…

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Omote Loses Mother-Inlaw At 65

The National President of a political pressure group, Elohim Political Forum, EPF, Prince Omote Emmanuel has lost his mother-Inlaw to the cool hands of death. According to Omote, “My Mother-Inlaw, late Mama Racheal Joseph Umah, will be missed by many of us for her motherly love and role she played in the life of many. Until her passage to enternal glory, Mama was generally loved by all and she will be missed by her grand children,  immediate and extended family members. In a statement signed by Emmanuel Aladhe and Ezekiel…

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Update: Ovie Of Ughelli Kingdom, Oharisi III, Pledges Support For Afiesere Community Central Executive

By Joe Favour, The traditional ruler of Ughelli Kingdom, HRM, Evangelist Wilson Ojakovo  Oharisi III JP has pledged his total support for the newly inaugurated executive of Afiesere community, Ughelli North local government area of Delta State. Addressing the executive members led by its President, Hon Richard Aduvie and Olorogun Shikaleke Okiemute, the royal father expressed joy over the peaceful conduct of the community elections and the swearing in ceremony. According to him, “It has been my prayers to God almighty that any community in Ughelli should be peaceful and…

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Olodia Commends Onwo Over Non Okada Empowerment Of 38 Isoko Youths

By Joe Favour, Former Delta State House of Assembly candidate in Isoko South constituency II, Hon Oreva Olodia has commended the member representing Isoko South Constituency II, at the State House of Assembly, Hon Ferguson Onwo over his recent empowerment of 38 youths selected from the various wards in the Constituency, describing the non Okada and Keke programme as one of its kind in the history of the constituency.   Hon Olodia stated this in a chat with newsmen at Aviara in Isoko South, Olodia said, “This was one of…

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Sam-Sedi Foundation Gives Scholarship To 65 Students In Ughelli

  By Politicsgovernance.com A philanthropist and Chief Executive Officer of Sam-Sedi Global Education Foundation, Chief Samuel Akpimegi has given scholarships to over 60 indigenes of Ughelli Kingdom. The beneficiaries who were drawn from the 23 communities that made up the Kingdom, including slots from the Palace of the Ovie of Ughelli Kingdom and other social clubs, are students of both Secondary schools and tertiary institutions. Speaking during the inaugural ceremony /award of the scholarship held at Ughelli Kingdom Hall, Ughelli North local government area, Chief Akpimegi said the scheme was…

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Uwheru: Explosion Rocks Agadama, Kills Chairman As Many Others Injure

By Politicsgovernance.com Suspected dynamite explosion has killed the chairman of Agadama community simply identified as Sunday Iniovogoma while many others sustained various degrees of violation in Uwheru Kingdom, Ughelli North local government area of Delta State. Sources from the community disclosed that the chairman was asleep when the unfortunate incident occurred and part of the building was shattered by the explosion. A Community source disclosed that, before the explosion, Iniovogoma had received a call from some unknown person for discussion which he had earlier denied them audience. It will be…

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Gunmen Kill Police Officer Attach To IGP Task Force Team In Delta

  BY JOEL GRANDBALL, Gunmen suspected to be armed robbers  yesterday, attacked a team of policemen attached to the Inspector General Police, IGP Special Taskforce on Petroleum and Illegal Bunkering killing one of the policemen in the team in Delta State. The incident according to security sources, occurred at the Evwreni axis of the East-West road in Ughelli North local government area of Delta State. Contacted to speak on the incident, the Delta State Police Public Relations Officer, Onome Onowakpoyeya said, ‘Please I will get back to you’ which she…

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Analysis: A Nation In Self-Denial

  By Sunny Awhefeada A hallmark of Nigerian leadership has been grand delusion complemented by a perpetual propensity for self-denial. Nigerian rulers often frame their sense of grand delusion by referring to Nigeria as “a great nation”, “the giant of Africa” and ascribing other grandiose sentiments to our wobbling nationhood! Their propensity for self-denial manifests in the “refusal to recognize unpleasant realities”. Hence, an Ibrahim Magu would come out to trumpet the great success being recorded in the fight against corruption. A Lai Mohammed would come out piping that insurgency…

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