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Leadership Change at the Edo State House of Assembly.

Leadership Change at the Edo State House of Assembly. By Chris Azebamwan That honourable members of Edo State House of Assembly recently effected a change of leadership is no longer news. The leadership of the APC, Edo State is dismayed however by the spate of misinformation and disinformation that has been brought to bear on a normal and routine democratic …

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Tackling Illegal Migration: Denmark backs Gov Obaseki’s initiatives Seeks more areas of cooperation

  The Government of Denmark has thrown its weight behind the initiatives of Governor Godwin Obaseki-led administration in Edo State, conceived to stop the illegal migration of Edo people abroad.The Minister for Development Cooperation, Denmark, Ulla Tornaes, who was part of a delegation to Government House in Benin City on Thursday, led by the Ambassador of the country to Nigeria, …

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South Africa Pastor Sell Blood of Jesus for $2000 in Plastic Bottle

The founder and leader of ECG ministries Prophet Shepherd ‘Major 1’ Bushiri has launched the “blood of Jesus”. According to reports, the blood is being sold in 500ml and 750ml plastic bottles. One congregant who confessed to be a loyal member of ECG ministries revealed that the blood heals every calamity and problems. “We have been using anointing oil which …

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Nigeria Woman based in the US Killed her Husband to claim his life insurance

A Cleveland newlywed was convicted Friday of plotting the murder of her firefighter husband, who was fatally shot in the driveway of their home nearly four years ago, Uloma Curry-Walker, 45, was found guilty of aggravated murder, felonious assault and conspiracy in the Nov. 3, 2013, slaying of veteran Cleveland firefighter William Walker, to whom she had been married for …

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TOWARDS A CLEAN EDO – QUEENNETH OROBEDO

TOWARDS A CLEAN EDO – QUEENNETH  OROBEDO Edo state government has set a huge goal for itself to become one of the cleanest in the country within the next four years. This daunting task which comes with a lot of challenges, human and otherwise is achievable as has been proven by states like Lagos and Cross River. It will be …

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In Commemoration of Biafra at 50: Lessons and Moving Forward

Press Statement  In Commemoration of Biafra at 50: Lessons and Moving Forward We recall that it has been 50 years since the declaration of the State of Biafra and the ensuing 3 years civil war that led to unprecedented bloodshed. The civil war left deep scars on the landscape and conscience of Nigeria. The civil war in a profound way …

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Unemployment and Employment Discrimination, the Major Causes of Crime

Unemployment and Employment Discrimination, the Major Causes of Crime By Abubakar Abdulmusawwir A United Nations, UN, report on Nigeria’s Common Country Analysis, CCA, in 2016 revealed that Nigeria is one of the poorest countries in the world with over 80 million or 64% of her population living below poverty line The situation remains so for decades and is increasing by …

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Religion is Destroying Blacks/Africa and Nigeria

Religion is holding blacks and Africa people Hostage. Blacks/Africa needs to wake up and realised that they have been fooled by white Jesus for Donkey years. Black people todate still believe and put all there lives on a story that was written by very smart and intelligent roman aristocrats thousands of years ago.The world is moving at a very fast …

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EMBRACE READING CULTURE SYNW TELLS STATE GOVERNORS

EMBRACE READING CULTURE SYNW TELLS STATE GOVERNORS  The Society of Young Nigerian Writers (SYNW) has berated the nonchalant attitude of some state governor toward reading culture and tradition in their states. The National President of the Society, Mr. Wole Adedoyin made the statement at their final reading outreach programme to mark the 2017 edition of Read Across Nigeria (RAN) and …

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THE PROLIFERATION OF MENTALLY CHALLENGED PEOPLE ON OUR HIGHWAYS

I have travelled wide but Nigeria remains one of the few countries where mentally challenged people are allowed to roam our major roads. In view of this, the driver is faced with the dilemma of ‘navigating’ our ever present potholes and the mad people who work freely along the kerbs of our highways. These mad people can cross the road anytime; hence, the onus …

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