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Delta 2015: Uduaghan Praises Olejeme
Mon Feb, 03 2014
The Director General of the U&I Foundation, Mr. Oritsejolomi Uduaghan on Sunday praised the Chairman, Nigerian Social Insurance Trust Fund, Dr. Ngozi Olejeme for her consistent leadership and her pivotal role in the social and economic development of the nation.
Much Ado About Delta SSG & Zoning
Sun Feb, 02 2014
Whether you call it zoning or use a more euphemistic term of “power shift pact”, it means essentially the same thing. What has come to the attention of many people is that after the interview of Wednesday, January 15, 2014, a publication emanated that was carried in The Guardian of 20th & 24th January 2014. The report was a misrepresentation of the interview granted to the media by Delta State SSG Comrade Ovuozourie Macaulay in his office.
PDM Condemns Rivers Court Bombing
Tue Jan, 07 2014
The Peoples Democratic Movement (PDM) in Rivers state has condemned the bombing of the Ahoada court complex by unknown persons in the state. In a statement by the State chairman Hon. George Ngbor, the party described the incident as an unfortunate attack on the Judiciary which the last hope of the defenceless and down trodden in the society.
APC Exposes Plan To Indict Amaechi Over Murder
Mon Jan, 06 2014
The Rivers State Chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has unequivocally condemns the plot to link Governor Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi with an act of murder particularly as it relates to the accident involving the Majority Leader of the Rivers State House of Assembly, Hon. Chidi Lloyd, that resulted to the death of Police Sergeant Urang Obediah and one Kingsley Ejeuo.
Jonathan, Obasanjo, Hold Secret Meeting In Kenya
Fri Dec, 13 2013
In a surprise move that kept tongs wagging, President Goodluck Jonathan and former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo held a private breaskfast meeting at the presidential suite of Intercontinental Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya.
Obasanjo's Letter to Jonathan: Atiku Urges Elders To Speak Up
Thu Dec, 12 2013
Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar has said although he was not competent to speak on former President Olusegun Obasanjo’s letter to President Goodluck Jonathan because he was not privy to the communication, it was expedient for leaders consulted by the former President before the publication of the letter to intervene and reduce the tension created by former President Obasanjo’s weighty allegations.
I Did Not Nominate A Dead Man For Appointment - Uduaghan
Mon Dec, 09 2013
GOVERNOR Emmanuel Uduaghan of Delta State has debunked allegations that he nominated a dead man for appointment into one of the Boards of parastatals in the state.
PDP Crisis: Peace Process Is Dead And Buried – Nyako
Wed Nov, 13 2013
Adamawa State Governor, Murtala Nyako, has vehemently declared that the peace process in the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, has been killed and buried with the latest development in the party.
Uke Stampede: Who Murdered The Innocents?
Fri Nov, 08 2013
Following the massacre of over 28 souls at Holy Ghost Adoration Ministry, Uke, in Idemili North Local Government Area, Anambra State on November 2, 2013, various twisted, contradictory tales are being concocted to explain what happened.
Uduaghan Challenges Urhobo On Harnessing Potentials
Mon Nov, 04 2013
Delta State Governor, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan has challenged the Urhobo to take advantage of their rich potentials and collectively harness them towards productive ends that would place the tribe strategically in the country.
Resist Bad Governance, PDM Urge Nigerians
Mon Nov, 04 2013
The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Movement, PDM, Mallam Bashir Yusuf Ibrahim, has called upon Nigerians not to shy away from holding their political leaders accountable for their roles while in government. The Party helmsman disclosed this today, at the PDM National Headquarters in Abuja, while fielding questions from pressmen during a courtesy call by decampees from the defunct Congress for Progressive Change, CPC, led by Senator Rufai Sani Hanga.
APC Dep. Governorship Candidate Dazzles At Debate
Tue Oct, 29 2013
Corrupt practices and leakages undermines the capacity of Governor Peter Obi’s administration to realise the potentials of Anambra State’s internally generated revenue, says the All Progressive Grand Alliance, APGA deputy governorship candidate, Dr. Nkem Okeke, who Tuesday, promised that the incoming Willie Obiano administration would block such leakages and check the corruption inherent in the system.
Attack On Opposition: PDM Accuses Jonathan Of Facism
Tue Oct, 29 2013
The Peoples Democratic Movement, PDM, has condemned in strong terms the use of state machinery by the President Goodluck Jonathan-led PDP administration against members of the opposition, particularly politicians who are believed to belong to political groups and political parties other than the PDP.
Dafinone Heads To Election Petition Tribunal
Thu Oct, 17 2013
The last appears not to have been heard of the National Assembly poll in Delta Central as the Democratic Peoples Party (DPP) has vowed to contest the outcome of the poll at the Election Petition Tribunal.
2015: Jonathan’s Campaigners Escape Lynching In Kaduna
Sun Oct, 06 2013
Campaigners for President Jonathan Goodluck ahead of 2015 elections, yesterday, escaped being lynched when hoodlums among the estimated 30,000 youths attending the Northern Youth Summit in Kaduna suddenly turned violent and went for the organisers of the event, while policemen on ground looked the other way.
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