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Sad End For C’River Varsity Final Year Student           *From Exam hall to the grave

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Who has A’Ibom’s free education helped?

 

TWELVE YEARS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FREE AND COMPULSORY PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION IN AKWA IBOM STATE, PAULINUS NTA undertakes an ANALYSIS OF THE POLICY

The free and compulsory education policy, which was introduced by the Godswill Akpabio’s administration in his first term, received a sweeping commendation. Predicated on the foundation that was laid by Obong Victor Attah, where the policy spanned from primary to junior Secondary School (Public Schools), a flood gate was opened for Akwa Ibom citizens and residents who could not afford the high cost of education to avail themselves of the opportunity to embrace secondary education for free.

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Curbing kidnapping on Niger Delta Roads

In the recent past, there have been consistent reports on the activities of kidnappers especially along the East West Road. Victims, according to reports, have been commercial bus drivers and their passengers.

Around the Emohua axis of Rivers State, stories abound of how vehicles are seized by the suspected kidnappers and everyone on board taken hostage. While some will return alive to meet their families, many others will not be as lucky, as they would have been killed, especially if they could not pay ransom.

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This is Dickson's Toru-Orua,… A Bayelsa Village Turned To Modern Town

The people of Toru-Orua community in Sagbama Local Government area of Bayelsa state will remain grateful to their son and governor, Mr. Seriake Dickson for transforming the hitherto sleepy village to a modern township.

 Eight years ago, the name of the community was barely heard or mentioned for anything. It could not boast of any sign of government's presence. It wasn't even accessible by road. The inhabitants travelled out and returned through the creeks. To them, development was an abstract word that lacked concrete evidence.

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