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Tuesday, November 20, 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

Highlighting Plights Of Nigerian Women

One of the key issues that reverbrated-across the country last week as Nigerian women joined their counterparts the world over to commemorate the 101st...

Farmers/Herdsmen Clashes: The Agatu Experience

The recent communal clash involving famers and Fulani herdsmen in Benue with its attendant killings and destruction of property has raised concerns that leave much...

Five Rivers Choirs Battle For NLNG’s N2.7m

All is now set for the finals of the first Rivers State Choral competition slated for September 24 in Port Harcourt. The choral competition...

GSM: Why Nigerians Prefer Multiple Lines

The world today has attained advancement in science and technology. This is evident in the inventions and innovations in information technology, one of which...

Radio Rivers FM At 37: Matters Arising

Presenting a lecture at the University of Bristol in 1948, the former Director General of British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Sir William Haley, said, “The...

Voter’s Card, Governors And Salaries

In order to secure total compliance by Nigerians with the just-concluded voter registration exercise, some state governors as well as churches threatened not to...

Evolving Sustainable Economic Growth In Nigeria

In 2001, the Goldman Sachs Group Inc., an American multinational investment banking firm, rated Nigeria as one of the economies in Africa that has the...

Any Hope For The Handicapped In Rivers?

Succour came the way of the physically-challenged persons in Rivers State when a bill aimed at bringing relief and welfare to them was thrown...

Assisting Children With Down Syndrome

It is estimated that up to seven million persons worldwide are affected with the Down Syndrome. Down Syndrome is a natural chromosomal arrangement that has...

Curbing Spread Of Preventable Diseases In Nigeria

Why do two million children still die yearly from diseases that could be prevented at a cost of less than 30 dollars per child...
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