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Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Monday, September 24, 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

Rivers’ Neighborhood Watch And Its Critics 

Of all human needs, security and self-preservation takes preeminence. That is why the absence of this great fundamental need results in helplessness and distraught...

Boosting Nigeria’s Economy Through Salt

Stakeholders in solid mineral sector have called for the full exploitation of the huge salt deposits in some states across the country for local...

Questioning NBS’ Job Statistics

Recently, a statistics was released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) wherein it stated that Rivers State has the highest rate of unemployment...

LG Autonomy: Issues, Intrigues

President Muhammadu Buhari, in his inaugural address on May 29, 2015, touched on the contentious issue of financial autonomy for the country’s 774 local...

A Vote For Peace, Stability In Ogoni

The need for sustainable peace and development in Ogoni has remained a major concern to critical stakeholders. The twist of events in Ogoni in...

As Rivers Women Advocate Gender Parity

It was a day to remember in Rivers State. Women from all the 23 Local Government Areas of the State gathered at Sharks’ Football...

Checking Hate Speech Through Media

The 1994 Rwanda genocide, described as the one of the most horrific crimes against humanity since the Holocaust of World War II of 1945,...

How Long Will Pensioners Wait?

By most public comments, pensioners’ benefits such as gratuity and pension are unnecessarily delayed, resulting in frustration among the retirees. Concerned citizens note that although...

Much Ado About 2019 Election Sequence

Controversy over the sequence of elections has been on the front-burner since the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), released the 2019 general elections timetable. INEC...

Female Genital Mutilation: The Myths, Reality

In most African and Asian countries, including Nigeria, where female circumcision is believed to be common, parents believe that they care for their daughters...
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