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Items filtered by date: October 2017

Cameroun Happy With Standards In UNICAL

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Consul of the Republic of Cameroun in Calabar, Ambassador Michel Auguste Atangana is happy with the academic standards and level of development at the University of Calabar and has sought a partnership between his country and the university.

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UNICAL Goes Tough On Fraud, Plagiarism

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Vice Chancellor of the University of Calabar Prof. Zana Akpagu has received a detailed report from the academic fraud investigation committee, with a vow to deal with all those found to be involved in any form of fraudulent activity, including plagiarism and exam malpractices.

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A’Ibom LG Boss: I’ll Assist security Agencies Arrest Wanted Ukanafun Terrorist

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Contrary to speculation that the December 2 local government election in Ukanafun will be conducted at Mopol base in Uyo, the local government transition chairman, Elder Israel Ideh has assured the Akwa Ibom State independent Electoral Commission of peaceful and orderly conduct of the council poll in Ukanafun, as over 360 criminals have been arrested for peace to return to the area.

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NDDC Challenges Niger Delta Youths On Hardwork

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The Niger Delta Youth Movement, NDYM, the umbrella body for all youth organizations in the Niger Delta region, has been charged to coordinate and mobilise the young people to embrace entrepreneurship to build sustainable livelihoods.

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Ndoma-Egba: I Love Progressive Militancy

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Chairman of the Governing Board of the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, Senator Victor Ndoma-Egba, SAN, has said that rather than carry guns and terrorise people in the name of militancy, it is better to undertake advocacy for development purposes.

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No Hope In Sight For Bayelsa Flood Victims

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Flood victims in Bayelsa State have continued to cry to the state and federal government, even as there seem to be no hope of succor for them since they were sacked from their homes. The flood did not spare even police stations, churches and schools.

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