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Monday, November 19, 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

Atamuno’s Vision For His People

Until his enlistment into the long list of governorship aspirants under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atamuno Ajubo Atamuno was a relatively...

‘INEC Chairman Must Have Strong Character’

The new umpire should be sanctioned if found wanting in the discharge of his statutory duty and should equally be rewarded if he plays...

How My Mother Sold Our Family Land For My Education – Zina Academy Proprietor

For Lenu Kpagi, a retired Assistant Comptroller General of Customs, life was rough for him at the earliest stage. But the timely intervention of...

Nigeria: Safe, Exciting Country -Butcher

American Motivational Speaker, award-winning producer and writer, and member of the Eckankar Clergy, Anne Archer Butcher, who recently visited Nigeria, spoke to select editors which...

‘Kidnapping Is Worse Than Armed Robbery’

The House of Representatives is certainly not passive about the abduction in Abia State of four journalists, including the chairman of Lagos State Council...

Only Popular Candidates’ll Win Re-Run Polls – Hon Deekor

Ahead of the March 19 re-run polls scheduled by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Rivers State, candidates of the various political parties are...

‘Why State Houses of Assembly Didn’t Alter Constitution Amendments’

States have the right to hear from their people (on the document) but the sum total of it (is that)  they don’t have the...

‘Senate’ll Pass FOI Bill, But…

We have the strong desire to pass the Freedom of Information Bill but it’s going to be in tune with the realities of our...

‘Why Rivers Should Pioneer Indgenous Oil Production’

I don’t like to talk about Nigeria content; I talk about indigenous content. We must start with the indigenes before we talk Nigeria. We...

President’s Brother Laid To Rest

President Goodluck Jonathan has described the death of his younger brother, Chief Meni Jonathan as “particularly too painful to bear”. Jonathan made the statement on...
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