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Udom Takes Fight Against Late Ime Umanah To Appeal Court

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Ndoma-Egba: God’s Hand Is On Owan Enoh’s Guber Candidature

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Senator Decries Voter Apathy In Calabar

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Udom vs Akpabio: The Epic Fight Begins

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2019: It Will Be Violence For Violence In Rivers, Says Chidi Lloyd

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How Dickson’s Mum’s Burial United APC, PDP Leaders

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How Dickson’s Mum’s Burial United APC, PDP Leaders

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When Will The Madness In Rumuokoro End?

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Items filtered by date: October 2017

Over Taxation Killing Hospitality Industry – Hotelier

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If the growth and sustainability of the hospitality industry in Nigeria is to be achieved, there is the urgent need to reduce the amount of taxes players in the industry have to pay. The federal, state and local governments have, therefore, been called upon to review the taxation burden in the sector.

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Nigeria At 57 – Are We Really Independent?

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1st of October of every year has been a day many Nigerians look up to. It is a public holiday designed to celebrate and mark the day Nigerians took over the helm of affairs in Nigeria. That was in 1960. Before then the British colonial masters were in charge of decision making and decision taking. They called the shots.

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The Misrule Of PDP Under Gov Ben Ayade In CRS

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It was Jeremy Bentham, a utilitarian and welfarist economist who in 1789 stated that “government existed mostly to promote the greatest amount of happiness for the greatest number of people, without which government has no right to call itself government”.

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My Fears For C’River APC- Ag Chair

Mr John Ochala has remained acting chairman of the APC in Cross River State for close to two years now. He told TNN in this interview why he has not been made a substantive chairman. He also spoke on the pains of neglect that members of the party are going through, even when their party is in control of the federal government.

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Rivers State Needs Riverine Governor In 2019 – Ngerebara

A former governorship contestant, an entrepreneur and social critic, Sampson Ngerebara has been around the political environment of Rivers State for quite a long while. In the course of his forays into politics at different times he has not only articulated the issues that should define development, governance and progress for Rivers State but has also been building robust networks to mainstream and drive these noble ideals with a view to making them reality. In this interview with TNN managing editor, GODSWILL JUMBO, he bemoans the developmental lacuna in the state, the offerings of his party, the All Progressives Congress (APC) and for the first time discloses his motivation for his recent defection from his former party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to the APC.

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Amnesty Office Engages Niger Delta Youths In Sports

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As a way of gainfully engaging youths from the Niger Delta region, the Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta and Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, Brig-Gen. Paul Boroh (Rtd) has hinted on plans by his office to incorporate swimming and traditional wrestling in the Presidential Amnesty Sports for Peace Initiative in the Niger Delta.

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