NUJ Pays Condolence Visit To Late Itihwe Family

  The Nigeria Union of Journalists, Ughelli Correspondents Chapel has paid a condolence visit to the family of late Chief Amos Itihwe, describing the late politician as a man with genuine heart and the fear of God. The Acting Chairman of the Union, Comrade Sunday Apah who led members of the union on the condolence visit, said late Chief Amos Itihwe was an astute politician with genuine heart, a Christian with the fear of God, who will be missed by the church, political family, associates and the NUJ. According to…

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Engage In Constructive Criticism, Majemite Urges Journalists

  Former commissioner for Lands, Survey and Urban Development, Delta State, Barr. Fred Majemite has cautioned the Nigerian Union of Journalist (NUJ) against publishing fake and wrong news capable of misleading the public. He noted that journalists are both partners and stakeholders in the development of any nation, state and local government, adding that they should always be truthful and objective in their reportage. Barr. Majemite gave the charge when members of Ughelli Correspondents Chapel of the Union paid him a courtesy visit at his Ughelli residence, Ughelli, Delta State,…

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I Am In Uvwie Council To Make Education Accessible To All – Onoyake

… Pays NECO, Primary 6 Enrolment Fees For Over 220 Students By Sunday Apah, Ughelli The Executive Chairman of Uvwie Local Government Council, Hon. Ramson Onoyake has paid NECO enrolment fees of 20 students and enrolment fees of 200 primary six pupils from selected public schools in the council area. Onoyake who made the payment through his RTO Foundation in a colourful ceremony at Uvwie town hall on Wednesday, revealed that the NECO enrolment beneficiaries got N20,000 each while the primary school pupils drawn from all public schools in Uvwie…

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Oboro Raises Alarm Over Life Threat 

    By Sunday Apah,   Candidate of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP for Delta Central Senatorial District, Hon. Evelyn Omavowan Oboro Esq., yesterday raises alarm over security threat to her life. Oboro, while briefing newsmen at her campaign office in Effururn, Uvwie Local Government Area of Delta State, said that from messages and phone calls from strange numbers regarding the February 16 National Assembly election, call for concern that her life and that of her supporters and party members in Delta Central senatorial district are not safe. She said,…

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