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Sunday, April 21, 2019

"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

NGO Rehabilitates 60 Street Girls

The Mother of Good Council Initiative (MOGCI), a Non Governmental Organisation (NGO) in Port Harcourt, led by Lady Doris Onyeneke has embarked on the...

Of Wives And Jobless Husbands

Men are naturally created to be superior and authoritative over women. This nature permeates virtually every aspect of life with marriage inclusive. As the ‘higher...

Workshop Participants Charge Women On Family Advancement

The 3rd edition of ‘Being A Woman’ workshop, an Emily God’s Presence’s project, was held yesterday, with a call on women to fight for...

Taking Care Of Our Body

As women, taking care of our bodies is a wonderful experience. It is an act of laindness, caring, love and spiritual. When we take...

A Unique “Father” at the Age of 13

Well, it is really unbelievable, but in the history this story came into being for several times. For the first time it appeared when the...

Try These Top Dating Services If You Are Still Single

Digital technology has redefined our society in more ways than one. With the use of computers and smartphones, as well as other mobile devices,...

Jobs on Jiji: Great Opportunities and No Scammers

Some people still keep wondering: are Jiji jobs real? On the one hand, it is not surprising, for the wide variety of opportunities and...

Monyanaga Ties Nuptial Knot With Heartthrob

Monday BuraBari Precious Monyanaga, the son of the immediate past Head of Photographic Unit in the Rivers State Newspaper Corporation (RSNC), Chris Monyanaga, penultimate...

Women Group Wants Dev Of Tourism

A Non/Governmental Organisation (NGO) in Rivers State, the Opobo Women Welfare Association (OWWA), has called on the federal, state and local governments to urgently...

Steming The Tide Of Kidnapping

In the last few years, Nigeria has been experiencing increasing wave of kidnapping which started in the Niger Delta where it took firm root...
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