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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

Rivers At 52: Towards Sustained Growth

Rivers State is 52 years today. Over the past years of its creation, the State has travelled quite obscure and wearisome journey.May 27 is...

Restoring Family Values

The global community, penultimate Wednesday, celebrated the International Day of Families in line with the United Nations General Assembly Resolution 47/237 which proclaimed May...

Between Minimum Wage And NASS Package

The recent media report that 469 lawmakers who were elected on the platform of various political parties in the February 23 National Assembly elections...

States’ Viability Index: Matters Arising

Since May 27, 1967 when regions paved way for states in the evolution of Nigeria’s political history, following military intervention, the second tier of...

Still On Illegal Mining In North

Following the sustained illegal mining activities by individuals in the Northern part of Nigeria, the Ijaw Youth Congress (IYC) Worldwide recently called for an...

Rivers: Towards Genuine Reconciliation

There is no debating the issue that Rivers State Governor, Chief Nyesom Wike, struck the right cord, when in the wake of the Supreme...

IGP’s Confession On Insecurity

Few days ago, the Acting Inspector General of Police, IGP, Mohammed Adamu, while speaking with the Press after a closed-door meeting with the Senate...

AU’s Timeline And Sudan’s Future

The African Union (AU), not too long ago, gave the Sudanese Transitional Military Council (TMC) a three-month timeline to implement democratic reforms for a...

No To Life Pension For Lawmakers

Even as the electorate and other highly perceptible segments of the Nigerian society continue to question the propriety of paying pension to certain categories...

Tackling Unemployment In Nigeria

Last Thursday, the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, raised an alarm that Nigeria’s unemployment rate would hit 33.5 per cent by...
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