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Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Tuesday, November 13, 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

The Unending Fuel Crisis

Thus, uncertainty over the PIB, which is supposed to serve as the grundnorm of the country’s Petroleum industry and particularly the possible date for...

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...

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,...

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,...

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...

The Impeachment Blues in Abia

In all these exercises, the dramatic impeachment of Comrade Chris Akomas on August 2, 2010, has been the swiftest. It was concluded in a...

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...

When Police Extra-judicial Killings Pose Threat To Rebranding

The Nigerian Police tend not to bring suspects of crimes before a judge within the constitutional 24 or 48 hours, but detain them for...

Extending Love To The Needy

inspite of the harsh economic realities, Nigerians remain a charitable people. Philanthropic minded individuals, groups’ churches and organisations take turns to present to the...

Battling Measles In Bayelsa

This sickness was heard of, first in December last year and we noticed that the disease was spreading from house to house and a...
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