Family Officially Announced The Transition Of Prince Milton Ohwovoriole, SAN

  By Kobiruo Joseph    OHWOVORIOLE family of Eyavwie Ruling House in Olomu Kingdom has formally announced the passage of its regent, Chief Milton Paul Ohwovoriole SAN, at Agbon-Olomu, its ancestral home in Ughelli South local government area, Delta State. The announcement was made by Prof Augustine Ohwovoriole before a gathering of the three ruling houses of of Olomu Kingdom, Eyavwie, Uhurie and Imoghoro, prominent Chiefs, Princes, Princesses, sons and daughters. He also said one month of mourning had been declared for the family and ruling house, “No burials, marriages,…

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Analysis & Opinion: Nigeria And Mark Anthony’s Prophesy

By Sunny Awhefeada A profound and even inveterate lack of humaneness has characterized our nation’s history. It can be argued, and plausibly so, that that a seminal lack or absence of that which is humane has been at the very core of our collective tragedy as a nation in the last sixty years. That lack of the milk of human kindness which betrays the acute shortage of fellow feeling often yields disastrous consequences which themselves beget tragic ends. William Shakespeare, the bard of Avon, in his eponymous tragedy, Julius Caesar,…

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Man Drowns Celebrating Birthday At Ughelli Beach

  By Erirhe Loveth, IT Student   A man in his early 20s simply identified as Ogheneruemu whose surname could not be confirmed has drowned at Oteri-Ughelli community beach while celebrating his birthday in North local government area of Delta State. The deceased, who is said to be an indigene of the community had went with his friends to swim at a dredged site as part of activities for the celebration before his untimely death. Source disclosed that the deceased had entertained his friends at their family home before some…

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Bashorun Askia Ogieh Mourns Fmr Delta Acting Gov Sam Obi

The Managing Director/ CEO of DESOPADEC, Bashorun Askia Ogieh jas described the demise of the former Delta State Acting Governor, Rt.Hon Sam Obi as irreplaceable. The DESOPADEC Boss in a statement while lamenting the death of Sam Obi said, “We were like bolt and Nut while he was alive. He said, “At a time Delta State had to contend with a near crisis situation when the then Governor of the state, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan, was removed by the Court of Appeal, it was Rt. Hon. Prince Sam Obi as Speaker…

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Insecurity: Vokes Star CEO, Oshasha Escapes Death In Ughelli

A business Mogul and Petroleum magnate, Olorogun Ovuoke Henry Oshaha has been shot by unknown gunmen suspected to be assassins in Ughelli metropolis, Ughelli North local government area of Delta State.   It was gathered that the gunmen had followed their victim in an army color Toyota Highlander SUV and he was shot twice in SUV at Oniemo street behind one of the new generation bank in the area. Though the report was sketchy as at the time of this report but Sources at the scene disclosed that “The suspects…

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EASTER: A Season Of Restoration-Askia Ogieh

  The Managing Director/ Chief Executive Officer of the Delta State Oil Producing Area Development Commission,  DESOPADEC, Bashorun Askia Ogieh has described the death of Jesus Christ as a season of restoration. Askia in a statement urged christians to work together by upholding the virtues of Christ and rediscover the drive for development. The statement reads: “About this time last year, the world was held hostage by an unknown phenomenon that brought a strange disease, disrupted the world we used to know and unleashed an unprecedented season of decline, loss…

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Tie Your Life To Christ, Oladotun Urges Christians

From Blessing Okotie, IT Student Christians have been charged to tie their lives to Christ in other not to fall victim of the vices of the devil in this end time. This charge was given while celebrating the triumphant entry of our Lord Jesus Christ on Palm Sunday by the Pastor in charge of Christ Apostolic Church, World Soul Wining Evangelistic Ministry, WOSEM, Israel Oladotun in Ughelli North local government area of Delta State. The clergy held that a life tied to Christ can never be troubled and in a…

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Analysis & Opinion: Power As Intoxicant

By Sunny Awhefeada   Power exhibits a character that hinges on what structuralism codified as binary opposition. The duality of the essence of power bestrides the two extremes of good and evil which ironically are divided by a very thin if not nebulous line. Power, when deployed for good has an unquantifiable propensity to multiply and positively affect all. A destructive reverse of equal magnitude becomes the case when power is directed towards an evil end. Philosophers and politicians have across the ages understood these creative and destructive essences of…

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Conflict Resolution: Jifas Ogbon Applauds State Government Proactive Measures On Preventing Violent

  Says Workshop For Stakeholders Is Timely, Commendable   By Kobiruo Joseph   Special Assistant to the Delta State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, on Youth Development, Prince Sony Jifas Ogbon, JP, has applauded the state government over its commitment in organising workshop on enhancing violent conflict resolution through community early warning and response for stakeholders and key community representatives in Ughelli South.   He stated this immediately at the one day workshop held at the Council hall in Ughelli South Local Government Area of Delta State on Tuesday, March 30. Jifas…

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Tension As  Bodiless Head Is Found In Ekakpamre Community

Residents of Ekakpamre community are currently fleeing as the bodiless head of a deceased allegedly killed was seen at one of the entrance of the community in Ughelli South local government area of Delta State. It would be recalled that last week, one Ibeni Champion 29, was allegedly shot dead and Edafe injured in a related cult clash between two rival groups, Eiye and Dominion in the community and the police outpost and vigilante office were destroyed by rampaging youths. It was gathered that the bodiless deceased, identified as Friday…

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