ISOKO GROUP DECLARES STANCE ON ZAMFARA, CBN GOLD DEAL AND OIL IN THE NIGER DELTA

The Isoko Advancement Network (IAN), a flagship socio-political organisation during her extraordinary meeting expressed disappointment with the leadership of the National Assembly for blowing a muted trumpet over the Motion raised on the floor of the Senate by the Deputy Senate President, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, regarding the sale of gold worth N5billion by Zamfara State to the Central Bank of Nigeria. In a statement signed … Continue reading ISOKO GROUP DECLARES STANCE ON ZAMFARA, CBN GOLD DEAL AND OIL IN THE NIGER DELTA

CHILD RIGHTS: Anyafulu Charges CAN To Help Reduce Moral Decadence In Society

By Patrick Ochei The Implementor, Delta State Child Rights Implementation Committee, Bridget Anyafulu Esq has charged the Delta State Chapter of Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, to live up to its spiritual obligation by helping the society reduce moral decadence and other vices among juveniles that may jeopardize their future endeavours. She made this appeal during a visit of the Child Rights Implementation Committee to … Continue reading CHILD RIGHTS: Anyafulu Charges CAN To Help Reduce Moral Decadence In Society

NED NWOKO SETS UP $.75 MILLION RESEARCH FUND TO TACKLE MALARIA IN AFRICA, AS GOV OKOWA FELICITATES ANIOMA STAR PRINCE @ 59

Delta Born Billionaire and Philanthropist Hon.Prince Ned Nwoko has established a $.75 million research endowment fund, equivalent of 270 million Naira as part of his commitment to the eradication of Malaria in Africa, especially Nigeria The Anioma Star Prince made the disclosure today in a World Press Conference held at Abuja to flag off the Prince (Dr.) Ned Nwoko and Regina Daniels Nwoko Antarctica Expedition … Continue reading NED NWOKO SETS UP $.75 MILLION RESEARCH FUND TO TACKLE MALARIA IN AFRICA, AS GOV OKOWA FELICITATES ANIOMA STAR PRINCE @ 59

FOR THE AVOIDANCE OF DOUBT – By Senator Akon Eyakenyi, PhD

Nigeria is ours and we are the only people responsible to make Nigeria work. Our heroes fought for Nigeria’s survival and we owe them a duty to ensure that their labour shall never be in vain. Freedom of expression is a fundamental human right as enshrined in Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Nigerian constitution – Section 39. Article 9 … Continue reading FOR THE AVOIDANCE OF DOUBT – By Senator Akon Eyakenyi, PhD

Rivers State: THE OLD AND THE YOUNG, THE PAST, TODAY AND THE FUTURE – By Dumo Lulu-Briggs

“Rivers State once had a glorious era, propelled by patriotic leaders. These leaders transformed the state into a preferred destination for Nigerians and foreigners alike. Life in Rivers State was never as it is today. Our people have been impoverished and traumatized, leaving a large segment of the population poor and homeless; the elderly are abandoned; majority of our youths are jobless and a large … Continue reading Rivers State: THE OLD AND THE YOUNG, THE PAST, TODAY AND THE FUTURE – By Dumo Lulu-Briggs

CLERIC URGES LEADERS TO IMBIBE IDEALS OF QUALITY LEADERSHIP

Leaders have been advised to instill in themselves, the qualities of ideal leadership, in order to deliver effective leadership to their people. This admonition was given by the Director of Studies, Centre LSD Leadership School, Effurun-Warri study centre and Executive Director, Value Rebirth and Empowerment Initiative, Pst. Edewor Egedegbe while delivering lecture to the students on “Who is a leader”, and “Developing leaders”, at Heartland … Continue reading CLERIC URGES LEADERS TO IMBIBE IDEALS OF QUALITY LEADERSHIP

CDHR Backs Labour, Rejects N27, 000.00 Minimum Wage, Task FG on ASUU Demands

The Committee for the Defence of Hunan Rights, CDHR, has joined the Nigerian Labour Congress, NLC, and other dissenting voices in Nigeria, to reject the proposed N27, 000 minimum wage recommended to President Muhammadu by the National Council States as the new minimum wage for Nigerian workers, even as the Human rights body has called on the Nigerian government to address the prolonged strike embarked … Continue reading CDHR Backs Labour, Rejects N27, 000.00 Minimum Wage, Task FG on ASUU Demands