Delta 2019: Clark Misfired. Ogboru Can Win, “Nothing like Unwritten Power Zoning” – Chief Ideh, 92yrs Old.

Chief Patrick Ideh, 92 years Old former member, House of Representatives has said Chief Edwin Kiagbodo Clark, who he described as his junior brother was being economical with the truth when he claimed recently that, “by the unwritten power zoning arrangement in the state, Delta North Senatorial District Should complete its two terms of eight […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Saturday, November 17, 2018

BUSINESSDAY Igbo leaders told me to ignore Atiku’s purported adoption ‘ Buhari UPP adopts Buhari for 2019 presidential election Court says Buhari as Petroleum Minister has not violated the constitution Lawyers, others confident AfCFTA would be signed sooner than later Respite as Presidency directs Julius Berger to hasten work on Ijora Bridge FG mulls N60b […]

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2019: Shunning The Wagging Tongues Of Lucifer By Ajogwu Jerry Ochada

The political climate for the 2019 General Election in Nigeria seems not to be positively tensed compared to year 2014 that featured a dreadful atmosphere of campaigns with Alhaji Lai Mohammed spewing his talented venom at ease. This is 2018, another eve to the general poll yet the opposition are not wielding a ‘fierce’ armour […]

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2019: Unemployment, Hardship, Insecurity, Bad Roads, Communal Clashes Threaten Okowa’s Re-election Bid

The Center for Peace and Environmental Justice (CEPEJ) has called on Governor Ifeanyi Okowa to address what it called hardship and unemployment being experienced in Delta state. CEPEJ, a Non Governmental Organisation made this call in a statement issued by its national coordinator, Comrade Sheriff Mulade, in Paris, France. “The call became necessary following the […]

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Niger Delta Militancy, Boko Haram Terrorism were Offshoots of Political Thuggery – Atiku

Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, has said, he knows how Boko Haram started. In an interview with The African Reports, which he shared on his verified Twitter handle, @atiku, Atiku said that, politicians were to be blamed for the emergence of Boko Haram. When he was asked, how he […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Friday, November 16, 2018

BUSINESSDAY Early investors stake claim on Nigeria’s off-grid electricity market Experts advise Nigerians to cut intake of antibiotics Oil price decline adds to unease over Nigeria’s economy Coca-Cola set to exercise 100% option to buy Chi Limited Kwara pensioners call for approval of minimum wage Child trafficking, gender equality top agenda as ECOWAS Parliament begins […]

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The Strategic Location of Delta Ports to Nigeria’s Development by Omoniyi Osadare

The Delta Ports are a quadruplet of seaports sited along the Niger delta coastline in the port towns of Warri, Sapele, Koko and Burutu, all in Delta State and in their named order of sizes. The ports belong to second generation Nigerian ports, coming after the Lagos Port Complex and the Port Harcourt Port. They […]

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Zoning: Urhobo Support for Okowa will Guarantee his Support in 2023 – Fred Majemite

A PDP Chieftain, Chief Fred Majemite has called on the Urhobo nation to vote massively for Gov. Ifeanyi Okowa next year as he has performed credibly well and that he will not disappoint the Urhobo in 2023 when the governorship position returns to Delta central Chief Majemite who spoke while addressing hundreds of his supporters […]

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Cholera Ravages Northern Nigeria, 1,110 Deaths Already Recorded this Year – NCDC

Nigeria has recorded 1,110 deaths this year from cholera outbreaks in 29 states across Nigeria as the disease claims more lives in more parts of the country. The death figure this year is several times higher than the 84 recorded within the corresponding period in 2017, the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) disclosed in […]

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