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Items filtered by date: August 2017

Ayade, Dickson Fine-Tune Plans To Join APC?

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Indications are becoming much stronger, that the governors of Cross River State and Bayelsa State, Prof Ben Ayade and Chief Seriake Dickson respectively, may be finalising talks with leaders of the APC on their eventual movement to that party.

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UNICEF Moves To Ensure Safe Drinking Water In Bayelsa

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In a bid to ensure safe drinking water in Bayelsa state, the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) has embarked on a rural tour of some selected communities in the state to ascertain the level of compliance with UNICEF prescriptions and adhering to Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) programme that is being implemented in the state.

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End In Sight For Security Breaches In UNICAL

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With current moves by the Nigeria Navy authorities to assist in policing the waterways around the University of Calabar, there are high hopes that cases of security breaches in the institution will now become a thing of the past.

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Issues That Should Shape 2019 Polls

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As the year 2017 gains crescendo, running unrestrained towards its climax, political permutations have also begun taking centre stage with emerging interests in diverse directions. Political parties, especially the opposition have been out with their desire to reclaim power at the centre, come 2019. Support groups have also begun cashing in on the policy thrusts of the parties and their likely candidates.

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Issues That Should Shape 2019 Polls

  • Published in News

As the year 2017 gains crescendo, running unrestrained towards its climax, political permutations have also begun taking centre stage with emerging interests in diverse directions. Political parties, especially the opposition have been out with their desire to reclaim power at the centre, come 2019. Support groups have also begun cashing in on the policy thrusts of the parties and their likely candidates.

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Ndoma-Egba: The Priest, Musician Nigerians Have Missed

He has made a name for himself as a politician. His record in Cross River State and at the national level is not in doubt. The one that people will not forget in a hurry is his role in the National Assembly as leader of the Senate. He served the nation with all his might in that capacity. While he served, Nigerians knew him to be that bridge that kept the executive and legislative arms. Senator Victor Ndoma-Egba it was, that made it impossible for the public to notice if there were cracks in the 7th Senate. He led the upper chamber of the National Assembly with dignified grace.

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