Ekredjebo Send SoS to DSP Agege As Aides Demand N.5m Settlement

By Omoghene Benedict, Residents of Ekredjebo-Ughelli community, Ughelli North Local government area of Delta State have send ‘Save Our Soul’ message to the senator representing Delta Central Senatorial District over an alleged demand of N.5million by some of his legislative aides. According to sources in community, Legislative aides of the Deputy Senate President are demanding for whooping sum of N.5million for settlement over the 500 Kva transformer that was freely donated by the senator to the community. The source who spoke on anonymous condition said, “Before now, Ekredjebo community went…

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Omo-Agege Condemns Attacks On Oshiomole

.… CALLS ON PARTIES TO EMBRACE DIALOGUE The Deputy President of the Senate, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege has condemned the attacks on the All Progressives Congress (APC) National Chairman, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole in Benin City, Edo State. Omo-Agege said this in a statement by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr. Yomi Odunuga, in Abuja on Sunday. Describing the development as callous, cowardly, inhumane and totally unacceptable that should be condemned by all, he noted that political practice in the country should not be allowed to degenerate to a situation…

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Oboro Expresses Dissatisfaction With The Inability To Make Copy Of Judgment Available By The Election Petition Tribunal

Prosper Erere, The Senatorial Candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Delta Central District, Rt. Hon. Evelyn Omavowan Oboro has expressed dissatisfaction over the inability of the Election Petition Tribunal to make available copy of judgment it delivered six days ago on the petition challenging the outcome of the Delta Central Senatorial election held on 23rd February, 2019. Oboro promised to approach the National Judicial Council and Nigeria Bar Association if the tribunal continue with the delay in making available copy of the judgment. In a statement signed by…

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Agege Vs Oboro: Tribunal Delivers Judgement Contrary To Issues Before It-Oboro

By Prosper Erere The Senatorial candidate of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) in Delta Central District, Rt. Hon. Evelyn Omavowan Oboro has expressed dissatisfaction over the judgment of the Tribunal sitting in Asaba which dismissed her petition challenging the outcome of the Delta Central Senatorial election held on 23rd February, 2019. In a statement signed by her Media and Publicity Director, Hon. Sunday Apah, the former Federal Lawmaker who represented Okpe, Sapele, Uvwie Federal constituency in the 7th and 8th National Assembly also frowned at the refusal by the tribunal…

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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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DSP Ovie Omo-Agege, Waive, Afe, Igbakpa Others To Grace Urhobo Challenge Finale

  By Joel Grandball  DEPUTY President of the Senate, Ovie Omo-Agege Members of the House of Representives, Rev. Francis Ejiroghene Waive, Efe Afe and Rt. Hon Ben Igbakpa and other dignitaries are expected to grace the grand finale of Urhobo Annual Challenge sponsored by Dr. Ovie Ughwanogho and facilitate by Urhobo Progressive Youths Association, UPYA, led by Comrade Marcus Ekure. According to the secretary of the planing committee, Counsellor Denis Agori, “The vision of the challenge is to nurture Urhobo students that have the value for the cultural heritage of…

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APC Will Reclaim Governorship Mandate From PDP In 180 Days-Sen Agege

By Joel Grandball/Omamuzo Efidhere, DEPUTY President of the Senate and the senator representing Delta Central, Ovie Omo-Agege has urged APC faithful in Delta state to remain hopeful over the governorship tribunal sitting in Asaba, saying, the party will defeat the People’s Democratic Party to reclaim the governorship mandate in 180days. Addressing party faithful, and mammoth crowd of Deltans who gathered to give him a rousing welcome at his country home in Orhomurho-Orogun in Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta state during his home coming ceremony after being elected as…

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Baro Applauds Delta Senators Unity Over Keyamo Ministerial Screening

By Treasure. O A B U J A – Former chairman of Uvwie Local Government Area of Delta State, Engr. Minabowanre Baro, has applauded the uniqueness of three Senators from Delta state, James Manager, Delta South, Barr. Peter Nwaoboshi, Delta North and especially the Deputy Senate President, DSP, His Excellency Ovie Omo-Agege for speaking in unity at the screening of Mr. Festus Keyamo, SAN. “Baro thanked the Delta State Senate caucus for their believe and support given to his elder brother, Political leader and Boss, Festus Keyamo SAN, during the…

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Presidency, Urhobo Nation, Clergies Made Me To Withdraw Our Case- Emerhor

Founding Leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Delta state Olorogun O’tega Emerhor has given reasons why he had to withdraw his case against senator Ovie Omo-Agege and the Prophet Jones Erue led faction of the party. In a statement personally signed by Emerhor, he stated that pressure from the Presidency, Urhobo nation, clergymen leaders of thought and members of Agege family made him to withdraw the case. Olorogun O’tega Emerhor wrote: Dear Mainstream members of Delta State APC Chapter, I write to you as your leader. I write…

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