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Wednesday, November 21, 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

Kerosine Scarcity: Abia Residents Cry Out

Residents of Aba in Abia have appealed to the NNPC management to make kerosene available at its mega-service stations in the state. A cross-section of...

RSG Scholarship: 1050 Indigenes To Study Locally

Not fewer than 1050 students of Rivers State Origin have been awarded scholarships by the State Government in Nigerian Universities, while about 154 are...

…Pledges Cooperation With Media

The Rivers State Government has reiterated its commitment and interest to see that all accredited practicing journalists in the State are given the needed...

More Groups Protest Yar’Adua’s Absence

Some Civil Society groups and non-governmental organizations have stage a peaceful protest in Lagos over the delayed return of President Yar’Adua from medical treatment...

NSE: Listing More Companies Restores Investors’ Confidence

Following the listing of some new companies on the floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), market operators are of the view that listing...

S’Africa 2010: Nigeria, Argentina Continue Rivalry

When hostilities begin on the 11th of June next year of the South Africa 2010 World Cup, with the host taking on South America’s...

PH Club Commissions Access Control System

A modern Access Control System to check the movement of members and non-members into Port Harcourt club main building has been commissioned. The project, which...

Liz Benson Plans To Return To Nollywood After Remarriage

Few months after her clergyman took her to the alter, remarried Nollywood legend, Elizabeth Benson may have signalled her strong desire to return to...

Improve Regulatory Capacity, LCCI Urges CBN

The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has said that due to the significant growth in Nigeria’s banking industry in recent times, that...

“100m Widows Suffer Discrimination Worldwide”

About 100 million widows worldwide still suffer harmful discrimination and obnoxious traditional practices in most parts of the globe, particularly in Nigeria. The wife of...
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