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Items filtered by date: March 2018

Ogonis Leave APC For PDP

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Secretary to the Rivers State Government, Sir Kenneth Kobani has declared that the Ogoni Ethnic Nationality resolved to vote massively for the state governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike because of his outstanding projects delivery in the area.

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Era Of Blackouts Ends In UNICAL

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Students and staff of the University of Calabar are in for better days of steady power supply, following the steps taken by the vice chancellor, Prof Zana Akpagu, to end the days of interruptions in power supply in the campus.

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Gov. Warns Health Tech Students Against Cultism

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Cross River State governor, Prof Ben Ayade has warned newly admitted students of the College of Health Technology, Calabar, to desist from engaging in cult related activities, examination malpractice, stealing and all forms of criminality.

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Bakassi People Reject Ayade’s Housing Project, …List Conditions To Remain In Nigeria

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More issues are coming up, after the penultimate week's judgement of the Supreme Court which ordered INEC to undertake the proper delineation of wards in Bakassi. Now, natives of the local government have told the governor, Prof Ben Ayade to either resettle them in the riverine area they chose, or facilitate the removal of Bakassi from the list of local Nigerian governments in the constitution.

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Of Hate Speech And Press Freedom: The Akwa Ibom Legislator’s Misadventure

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In the last few weeks, the unpopular issue of the bill on hate speech currently under consideration by the upper chamber of the National Assembly has been trending. The senate wants to take Nigeria to that point in life when people will be afraid to talk for fear of being branded apostles of hate speech. In their thinking, any Nigerian who says what those in power consider a hate speech will be hanged like a common criminal. This is the law they want to give Nigeria.

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Between Ayade’s Budget And His Governance Style ( 1)

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We have to preface this piece with some clarifications on what a budget signifies in any given economy. In a nutshell, a budget is an expression of government financial role in the growth process of an economy. It is the most comprehensive financial document used within a given year to plan, co-ordinate and manage the economy. The budget addresses operational efficiency and performance indices of government on the basis of fiscal targets, formulated expenditure policies and strategic allocation of resources.

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7 Ways You Can Reduce The Risk Of Disputes In Your Business

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Contractual and commercial disputes can be disruptive, time wasting, costly and energy sapping, especially if such dispute get to Court. Minor squabbles can escalate and threaten customer/client-relationship and the survival of your business. Here's how you can minimize the risk of disputes.

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Who Will Stop This Homeless Bayelsa Widow From Crying?

Madam May Zuku has been hit by double tragedy. She lost her husband some months back. And last penultimate Monday, windstorm that struck her Kilama-Biseni home in the Yenagoa Local Government Area of Bayelsa State finally did her in. He is now a homeless widow. She narrated her ordeal in the local Epie language.

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