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DUMO LULU-BRIGGS ADOPTS PROGRAMME TO TEACH RIVERS TEENS INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES, CULTURES, CUISINES

David Diai Rivers born philanthropist, business Titan and frontline politician, Chief Dumo Lulu-Briggs, has pledged to adopt a programme initiated to teach young Rivers teens their indigenous dialects, cultures, traditions and the exotic cuisines peculiar to the major ethnic nationalities that make up Rivers state, on a permanent basis. The Rivers Oil industry mogul, who made this pledge on Monday, September 9, 2019, at the … Continue reading DUMO LULU-BRIGGS ADOPTS PROGRAMME TO TEACH RIVERS TEENS INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES, CULTURES, CUISINES

Delta @ 28: OKPANAM NEEDS MORE AS PART OF THE CAPITAL TERRITORY

Government of Delta State has been urged to concentrate more development projects in Okpanam community to cater for the large number of residents in the area. The President, Okpanam Youths Organisation (OYO), Comrade Friday Okonkwo made the call when he spoke about 28 years anniversary of the creation of Delta. According to Okonkwo who is popularly known as Kpokonor, the creation of Delta in 1991 … Continue reading Delta @ 28: OKPANAM NEEDS MORE AS PART OF THE CAPITAL TERRITORY

AKOKU COMMUNITY FELICITATE, CONDOLE WITH OCHOR

The Akoku community in Ukwuani Local Government Area has felicitated the Deputy Speaker of the Delta State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon Christopher Ochor Ochor, on his victory during the March 2019 election, and his subsequent emergence as the Deputy Speaker of the State Assembly. The community leaders, comprising the chiefs in council, led by High Chief John Ochor, paid a courtesy visit to the … Continue reading AKOKU COMMUNITY FELICITATE, CONDOLE WITH OCHOR

DEVELOPMENT OF DELTA COLLECTIVE – Okowa

Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta has said that the development of the state is a collective responsibility that should not be hindered by personal, ethnic, religious or political leaning. The governor stated this on Wednesday in Asaba when members of Delta State Council of Traditional Rulers led by their Chairman, the Obi of Owa, Emmanuel Efeizomor II, visited him, and urged Deltans to be passionate … Continue reading DEVELOPMENT OF DELTA COLLECTIVE – Okowa

UKAH ADVOCATES PRESERVATION OF CULTURAL VALUES, AS OKPANAM KINGDOM BEGINS 2019 NEW YAM FESTIVAL, WITH IKANZE CEREMONY

The people of Okpanam Kingdom, Oshimili North Local Government Area of Delta State on Sunday, 25\08\2018, began activities to mark the 2019 annual new yam festival with the Ikanze ceremony. As part of the ceremony, the Delta State Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education, Chief Patrick Ukah, feted the people of Obodogwugwu Quarters in a well attended event. He called on the people of the … Continue reading UKAH ADVOCATES PRESERVATION OF CULTURAL VALUES, AS OKPANAM KINGDOM BEGINS 2019 NEW YAM FESTIVAL, WITH IKANZE CEREMONY

FEDERAL GOVT HAS REFUSED TO REPAY RIVERS FUNDS SPENT ON FEDERAL PROJECTS  –  Wike

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has stated that Rivers State is the only State of the Federation that the Federal Government has refused to refund monies used to execute Federal Projects. Governor Wike also noted that Rivers State is the only State that the Federal Government has failed to pay funds that accrue to it from PAYEE. A report by Simeon Nwakaudu, Special Assistant … Continue reading FEDERAL GOVT HAS REFUSED TO REPAY RIVERS FUNDS SPENT ON FEDERAL PROJECTS  –  Wike

ABAJA, UMUKWATA MONARCH, PLACES NDOKWA WIDOWS ON MONTHLY SALARY

The monarch of Umukwata kingdom, in Ukwuani Local Government Area, Delta State, His Royal Majesty, King Friday Abaja, has concluded arrangements to alleviate the plight of Ndokwa widows by placing them on monthly salary. A total of 240, that is, 80 widows from Ndokwa East, West and Ukwuani local governments, Delta State will benefit from his benevolence. To be eligible to benefit, they are expected … Continue reading ABAJA, UMUKWATA MONARCH, PLACES NDOKWA WIDOWS ON MONTHLY SALARY