By Abel Johngold Orheruata It was all excitement and joy, Thursday, as Comrade Henry Chukwuemeka Iloba retired from the Federal Civil Service. Based on the Federal Civil Service rules, which stipulates 60 years of age or 35 years of service, for the mandatory retirement of public servants, the former Delta State Deputy Directory, Operations of the National Orientation Agency (NOA), Delta State Directorate, Comrade Henry … Continue reading ILOBA BOWS OUT IN RETIREMENT WITH GREAT SATISFACTION, GIVES GRATITUDE TO GOD FOR FRUITFUL SERVICE TO FATHERLAND
By: Patrick Ochei The amiable and highly cerebral Iyase of Asaba, Chief Patrick Isioma Goodluck Onyeobi, has eulogized the sterling qualities of the Anioma Star Prince, Hon. Ned Nwoko, describing him as an epitome of greatness, compassionate leadership and sincere love for his Anioma nation. He made this assertion when Prince Ned Nwoko paid him an unscheduled visit, to felicitate with him after he gave … Continue reading NED NWOKO, AN EPITOME OF GREATNESS, COMPASSIONATE LEADERSHIP – Chief Onyeobi
“Pa Senator Cyrus Nunieh was a legal icon, great statesman and my father” ~ Dumo Lulu-Briggs His Majesty, Gbene Senator Dr. Cyrus Nwidonane Nunieh (Gbene of Ogoni) departed this world on the 14th of August, 2018. Like Don Domenico Clericuzio in the Last Don series of Mario Puzo, Senator Cyrus prepared for his last day and had his last dance on one of the … Continue reading HIS MAJESTY GBENE SENATOR DR. CYRUS NWIDONANE NUNIEH GOES HOME: DUMO LULU-BRIGGS SAYS GOODBYE – by Uche Woke
By Charles Aniagwu Contemporary political observers watching the happenings in Delta State would rightly agree that hard work doesn’t kill; rather hard work in the right direction delivers enduring fruits. It yields life that history acknowledges ultimately. That is the enviable story of Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta State as he marks his 59th birthday today July 8, 2018. To Okowa, the ideal celebration would … Continue reading OKOWA: Celebrating The ‘Ekwueme’ At 59
“The true worth of a man is in the way he treats people who are absolutely in need. If you care about people in need, you are actually making a contribution to the development of the nation. We need to give life back to the people; democracy is important in governance. We need to see how we can use the available resources for everybody; create … Continue reading CHIEF (BARR) DUMO LULU-BRIGGS: The Quintessence of an Excellent Leader and Gentleman @ 53 -By David Diai
Urhobo is reputed as the fifth largest ethnic nationality in the Nigerian federal structure. The contributions of the Urhobos to development of Nigeria remain unassailable. The indelible marks of this lively and vibrant ethnic group are forever etched in enterprise, politics, law, media, education, economy, culture, agriculture etc. One man that embodies the salutary impact of the Urhobos is distinguished Senator Ovie OmoAgege. He stands … Continue reading SENATOR OMOAGEGE AS URHOBO VOICE.
by David Diai (L-R) The Guardian Alumni: David Diai, Oma Djebah (immediate past Comm. for Information, Delta State) and Dr. Reuben Abati, during the Gov. Uduaghan Inauguration lecture in Asaba, recently. I have long been a great admirer of Dr. Reuben Abati and i say this with every sense of sincerity and indeed in recognition of his quite impressive achievements, which i would refrain from … Continue reading WHY ABATI SHOULD ACCEPT TO WORK FOR PRESIDENT JONATHAN