If someone has died leaving behind money in the bank, landed properties or personal belongings, and you want to take over these assets, or want to administer, manage, distribute, or sell off the assets; the following is a guide on what you need to do.
Yenagoa is a unique state capital. It is not just the headquarters of the Ijaw struggle, neither is it just one place where the people like to enjoy themselves. There is something else about the people: the traders prefer to sell their wares on the road.
Benjamin Inaku, a traumatised man moved about for about four years with a growth on his back but could not do anything about it because he was financially incapacitated. He finally found succour at Greg Ikaba Ngaji Foundation for Health and Education, as he was taken in for surgery to remove the hunchback-like growth free of charge. An excited Inaku told TNN how it all happened.
Sen. John Owan Enoh represents Cross River Central Senatorial District in the Nigerian Senate. He is a Senator with vast legislative experience who is constantly in touch with his constituents as a grass root politician who inter-faces regularly with his constituents to know their problems and his areas of intervention. Relying on his wealth of experiences acquired when he represented Obubra/Etung Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives before graduating to the senate, he has so far given the Central Senatorial District unprecedented efficient representation. He has been able to bridge the gap that hitherto existed between Abuja and his constituency. His phone number has remained unchanged unlike some politicians who would change their phone numbers immediately after winning the elections. He picks his telephone calls and replies to text messages, thereby giving his constituents a sense of belonging.
Something new is happening in Bayelsa State. Not that it is entirely new, though. After all, there is a song that many people are singing across the country now. They call it not too young to run. And it has more to do with the 2019 elections.
It is rare to find an elder statesman, someone that can pass for one of the midwives that helped delivered the baby called Cross River State and also contributed to the famous Calabar-Ogoja Accord, that is as passionate about the state like Chief D.J.Ogar. Engaging him in an interview can be very revealing and mind-blowing. And that was what happened when TNN spoke with him over the telephone on the state of the state, ahead of the 2019 elections. The interview was processed by DAVID ODEY.