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Saturday, September 22, 2018

"Our goal is to make Rivers State a land of peace and prosperity with boundless opportunities and possibilities"

– a place where no one is left behind...

Gov.Ezenwo Nyesom Wike

Today, 49 Years Ago …How Rivers People Celebrated Creation

Chief Diggs Flaming Akobo is a veteran of the Nigerian Civil War. He joined the Nigerian Army at a very tender age to fight the...

A Big Literary Harvest: Rivers Icons On Parade

In the contemporary world of today, there is a widely held, but erroneous impression that the development of any nation is in the palms...

Rivers Has Made Progress At 50 – Joab-Peterside

As part of the Golden Jubilee celebration of Rivers State,   a Senior Lecturer with the University of Port Harcourt, Dr Sofiri Joab-Peterside was a...

Wike: The Golden Governor

Today marks the climax of a beehive of activities that have characterised the celebration of the golden jubilee of the creation of Rivers State....

Rivers In National Equation

Since its creation by the then Federal Military Government through Decree No 14 of 1967, some persons have rightly or wrongly asserted that Rivers...

Golden Jubilee, An Opportunity To Close Ranks – Akani

A lecturer of Political Science in Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Rumuolumeni,  Eze Christian Akani is the Paramount Ruler of Rumuevuorlu Community in Obio/Akpor...

Jonathan, In The Eye Of The Storm

He, certainly, invites public sympathy. From his lamentation, he was at pains, disappointed and distressed even, that the people he labours day and night to serve...

Those Who Shaped Rivers

Selfless. Bold. Courageous. Powerful. Influential. Athletic. Enigmatic. They were all these and more. The Pathfinders, Great Lives who shaped Rivers State. A time like this...

Rivers Infrastructure @ 50: A Giant Leap?

In the closing days of the struggle for the creation of Rivers State, the founding fathers must have looked forward to a great future...

Wike In The Eyes Of Students

Late South African President, Nelson Mandela, once described education as “the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”. As simple and unindulging...
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