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Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Tuesday, September 18, 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

Abia: Menace Of Kidnapping

Failure of the amnesty granted perpetrators of the crime in the state contributed to growing cases of kidnapping. Governor Theodore Orji announced the amnesty...

Challenges Of Physical Dev In PH

“In December, 1946 government established the Port Harcourt Planning Authority with an area of jurisdiction of  some 25 square miles between 1947 and 1955,” A...

How NDDC Project Breeds Crisis In Rivers Communities Apart

While the contentious road project is presently routed through Kaa community to Ataba on the volition and consideration of NDDC, the people of Kereken-Boue,...

CRFFN Registers 5000 Freight Forwarders

More than 5,000 freight forwarders have so far registered with the Council for the Regulation of Freight Forwarders in Nigeria (CRFFN) in its on-going...

Port Harcourt: Grappling With Flood Challenge

In due course we won’t experience these floods. Of course that is one of the long term measures the government is doing to tackle...

Abia: The Beginning Of Liberation Politics?

Orji’s defection to APGA was given the garb of immediacy and rapidity by the overtly perceived antagonism of the Esin–led national leadership of PPA,...

When Editors Gathered In Port Harcourt

Among media workers, editors are the most busiest. Aside their normal duty of ensuring that media contents are thoroughly scrutinised and packaged, they are...

Bayelsa LG Polls: The Untold Story

Violence was also reported in southern Ijaw Local Government Area and other minor ones within Yenagoa axis.  As a result, the Bayelsa state chapter...

Yar’Adua’s Ill Health: A National Disquiet

Each time, he travels out of the country for medical check-up, rumour mongers and power mongers, who wish the president dead, take advantage of...

Post Amnesty: Why The ‘Boys’ Are Angry

Perhaps the first to recognise the signs were the militant leaders. Even before protests of the ex-militants flared out in tandem in various states,...
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