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Items filtered by date: March 2018

This is Toru-Orua A Bayelsa Village Where Hope Meets Dickson’s Dreams

Take-off point is Yenagoa. Driving through the East-West Road, you encounter a number of police check-points. It is a Friday. The road is busy. The policemen are having a field day collecting their meal ticket from drivers conveying traders to the Zarama market. They smile as they do the collections. They sight the vehicle in which you rode and apparently guessed that the vehicle is not one of those that will oil their palm. They look the other way while you wave at them and move on.

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“Why We Call Owan Enoh The People’s Senator”

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It’s Been Two Years Of Effective Representation

The Plethora of lives touched, project executed and impact of effective representation by Senator John Owan Enoh in the social life of the constituents of Osopong 11 council ward cannot be quantified.

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Bayelsa Beckons On Fish Consumers From The World

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Even though the Bayelsa State government is yet to hand over the newly commissioned aquaculture village to the expected private investors that will run the multi-million infrastructure, scores of fish lovers are trooping into the state for some purchases.

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Excitement As Chinese Envoy Splashes Scholarships On 47 UNICAL Students

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The University of Calabar International Conference Centre was packed full with students and lecturers on Thursday long before the Chinese Ambassador to Nigeria, Zhou Pingjian, his host and Vice Chancellor of the University of Calabar, Prof Zana Akpagu, and his team made their way into the centre and moved straight to the podium where the high table had been prepared for them. The occasion was the award of scholarships to 47 students across all the 14 Faculties and departments. The gesture was to commemorate the 47th anniversary of the Nigeria-China diplomatic relationship, which is commemorated on the 1st of March.

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