DSP Agege Sets To Pay Bursary To All Urhobo Language Students In DELSU

…. Urhobo is God’s idea- Waive     By Joel Grandball & Omamuzo Efidhere In a bid to motivate the study of Urhobo language amongst the Urhobo Nation, Deputy President of the 9th Senate, Ovie Omo-Agege is set to pay yearly bursary to all students in Urhobo Language Studies Department at the Delta State University. The Deputy Senate President stated this at the 3rd edition of Dr. Ovie Ughwanogho sponsored Urhobo language challenge facilitated by Urhobo Progressive Youth Association, UPYA. Represented by his Director General, Chuks Erhire, Senator Agege requested for…

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Akpobasaha, Lucy, Efebe emerge winners in 3rd edition of Ughwanogho Urhobo Language Challenge

By Joel Grandball & Omamuzo Efidhere AKPOBASHA Oghenevwairhe of Delsu Secondary School, Efebe Ochuko and Odivwri Lucy Oghenetejiri both of Erho Secondary School all in Abraka, Ethiope East Local Government Area of Delta state have emerged winners of the 3rd edition of Dr. Ovie Ughwanogho sponsored Urhobo language challenge facilitated by Urhobo Progressive Youth Association, UPYA. The event which was held at Wellington Hotels in Effurun recently had 500 students drawn from 250 secondary schools across Delta central after which five students qualified for the finals. In his address, the…

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Relief materials worth over N6m donated by Sen Omo-Agege to IDPs in Delta communities

By Joel Grandball, Relief materials worth over N6 million have been donated to Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs in Uwheru, Ohoror and Agadama communities in Ughelli North local Government Area of Delta State by the senator representing Delta Central, Ovie Omo-Agege. Items donated to the IDPs are, Rice, Garri, Groundnut Oil, Noodles, Tomatoes, Soaps, Detergents, Biscuits, Pampers, Slippers, Cartons of Ice-fish, Shaving sticks, Vaseline Jellies and others. Speaking on the occasion, the Director General, Agege Campaign Organisation, at the state treasurer of the All Progrssives, Congress, APC, Mr. Chuks Erhire said,…

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