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Items filtered by date: February 2018

When Leaders Embrace Continuity As State Policy

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Last week, at the inauguration of the Bayelsa State Aquaculture village by the former president, Olusegun Obasanjo, the state commissioner for agriculture, Doodie Week made certain claims concerning the history of the project and how the state government had invested heavily on the farm for the purpose of boosting the revenue base of the state and also empower the natives, as part of efforts to diversify and shift attention from oil.

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Why Obubra/Ikom People Are Happy With Senator Owan Enoh

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Senator John Owan Enoh, Chairman, Senate Committee on Finanace, representing Cross River Central Senatorial district was sworn-in on the 9th of June, 2015. Despite the present economic challenges, Senator John Owan Enoh has maintained accessibility and humility to his constituents (Obubra).

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Why Obubra/Ikom People Are Happy With Senator Owan Enoh

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Senator John Owan Enoh, Chairman, Senate Committee on Finanace, representing Cross River Central Senatorial district was sworn-in on the 9th of June, 2015. Despite the present economic challenges, Senator John Owan Enoh has maintained accessibility and humility to his constituents (Obubra).

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Looking For Governor Ofurumapepe? Try The Oxbow Lake

Those who gave him the name Ofurumapepe surely had their reasons. It may just have been because of his strength, or his vigour, or his energy. Chief Henry Seriake Dickon has all of this in sufficient dose. Ijaw people will tell you that Ofurumapepe means the great white shark. And that is what they call their governor. They believe the fish called Shark has so much capacity. So, they believe that Dickson is a man of great capacity.

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Bayelsa Husband Killer: Dickson Ready To Sign Execution Warrant, But.... - Justice Commissioner

The last has surely not been heard about the fate of Victoria, the woman who stabbed her husband, Henry, to death in Bayelsa State. Victoria has since been condemned to death and is now waiting for the governor, Henry Seriake Dickson to either endorse the execution warrant or pardon her. Will the governor sign it? This and other questions were brought before the state attorney-general and commissioner for justice, Kemasuode Wodu, by OFONIME UMANAH, in this interview.

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