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"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

Fast-Tracking The New Minimum Wage

Sequel to the suspension of the nationwide warning strike embarked upon by the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) in conjunction with Trade Union Congress (TUC)...

Amos Adamu: The Fall Of A Sports Collosus

On Thursday, November 18, 2010, World Football governing body, Federation of International Football Association, FIFA suspended Nigeria’s Amos Adamu, a member of its 24-man...

FG And New Universities

When the Federal Executive Council, on November 10, this year approved the establishment of six new universities, the decision was apparently to step up...

Rising Profile Of Nigerian Football

In the recent couple of weeks, the lot of Nigerian football has been on the rise on world stage following cheering news on and...

That National Security Adviser’s Alert

On the 26th of last month, vigilant security operatives discovered 13 containers carrying illegal lethal weapons at the Apapa Port in Lagos. The contents...

Addressing Undue Delays Of Graft-Related Cases

Once again, the debate over whether or not litigations concerning corruption deserve special courts has resurfaced with Nigerians voicing support for or against such...

The Media And 2011 Elections

In the past few months, worrisome news reports capable of threatening the overall unity of Nigeria and polarise us along North/South lines have made...

FG’s N500bn Lifeline For Manufacturers

Recently, the Federal Government approved N500billion lifeline for the manufacturing sector to enable key players reactivate moribund and ailing industries. The step is in...

Illegal Arms Importation: Matters Arising

The discovery penultimate Tuesday by security operatives of 13 containers laden with weapons in the Apapa Port in Lagos, has once again brought the...

Fashola Seeks Review Of Tertiary Institutions Courses

Gov. Babatunde Fashola of Lagos State said on Saturday that programmes and courses of the country’s tertiary institutions were obsolete and should be reviewed...
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