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Saturday, February 23, 2019

"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

Celebrating The New Rivers At Two

May 29th, 2015 marked a new beginning in the political history and development agenda of Rivers State following the inauguration of His Excellency, Nyesom...

Rivers, Flowing With The Tide

Added to these were a crop of dedicated reporters actively recruited by the corporation over the years. It is interesting to note here that most...

2011 Presidency: Nigerians Speak Out

Barrister Ransome West, secretary, Rivers State Local Government Service Commission You know that there is no South South person that will say the present president...

Healthy Civilian/Military Ties, Good For Democracy

Agnes, a petty trader in Nyanya, a suburb of the FCT had taken ill and found herself at the Military Hospital in Mogadishu Cantonment,...

Wike: Empowering Rivers Women

Women all over the globe have remained a very potent political force who have over the years demonstrated hardwork and professional excellence in various...

At 55: Nigerians Probe Selves …Say Buhari Has A Lot To Do

NIGERIA @ 55; As Nigeria reaches the middle age of 55, many in Bayelsa State have expressed their hope in indivisible country and the need...

It Should Be Golden Jubilee For Industrialisation – Akujuru

A former Vice Chairman of Emohua Local Government Area of Rivers State and Principal Lecturer at Port Harcourt Polytechnic  Chief (Barr.) Chikwe A. Akujuru,...

RSHA, New Rivers Vision Three Years Assessment

The New Rivers Vision is the bedrock of the Chief Nyesom Wike led administration mission template, it’s anchored primarily on the tripod of good governance,...

2011: Should Jonathan Run ?

Chidi Enye, with reports from Justus Awaji, (Abuja), Friday Nwagbara, (Calabar), Fyneface Aaron, (Yenagoa) and John Bibor The death of Nigeria’s immediate past President, Alhaji Umaru...

18 Years Of Civil Rule: What Benefits?

It was like the journey of the Israelites to Canaan. Long. Tortuous. And bloody. It took Nigerians 14 years of unbreakable years to get...
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