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Items filtered by date: June 2018

Nigeria's Long Road To World Cup Glory

  • Published in Sports

It was the first time that Nigeria would lose its opening match in the World Cup since their first appearance in 1994. Before and on Saturday, the Super Eagles show-cased the best of jerseys. They were radiant in their jerseys. But on the field of play, they failed to impress the fans back home.

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How Akpabio Made Udom To Rise Against A’Ibom Militants

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Updated List Of Wanted Terrorists Coming –CP, … Ateke: Come To Okrika For Wanted Terrorists If... Indications emerged during the weekend that a former governor of Akwa Ibom State and currently the senate minority leader, Senator Godswill Akpabio prompted the state governor, Deacon Udom Emmanuel to arise and take decisive actions that led to the military occupation in some local governments in the state.

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How Indigenous Bayelsa Contractors Frustrate Dickson

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When the present administration in Bayelsa state led by Governor Henry Seriake Dickson came on board on February 12, 2014, it didn't initially fashion the habit of patronizing indigenous contractors. He preferred using foreign construction giants such as Julius Berger and other contractors outside the shores of Bayelsa state, at least.

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Dickson: Payroll Fraudsters, Professional Bayelsa Beggars Can’t Be Rich

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Bayelsa State governor, Seriake Dickson has placed what can easily pass for a curse on people who perpetrate payroll fraud in the state. He says they can never be rich from the proceeds of their sweat less earnings.

Apart from those in this class, Dickson has is also not happy with those that have now come to be known as professional Bayelsa beggars. He told journalists in the state that their conduct was demeaning.

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From C’River South, Ayade’s Succession Search Party Goes To Work

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Again, they came in their thousands to endorse Governor Ben Ayade for 2019. Various support groups from the Southern Senatorial District of Cross River State trooped to the governor's office at Diamond Hill, Calabar last Tuesday to express their solidarity with the governor, ahead of the 2019 election. And during the event organized by Generation Foundation,  Ayade gave them his word that he will stand by them to ensure that a governor

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Owan Enoh Tasks NUC On National Unity

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Vice Chancellor of Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH), Prof. Anthony Owan Enoh has called on the National Universities Commission (NUC) to be concerned with foundational issues of unity to restore the nation's vanishing cohesion rather than concentrate on quality and curriculum alone in the universities.

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