Monday, February 24, 2020

Diri sworn-in as Bayelsa governor

Mr Diri is the successor of Henry Dickson whose tenure ended Friday night.

Forget About Producing President In 2023, Okorocha Tells Igbos

Since the return to democracy in 1999, the Igbo tribe of the South-East region has not produced a son who has manned the exalted office in the country.

Don’t lose hope, we’ll bounce back – APC consoles supporters in Akwa Ibom

The opposition party stated this after losing at the State Governorship Election Tribunal, Thursday.

Why we need Fulani vigilante in Igbo communities – Herdsmen

Herdsmen are usually accused as arrowheads of criminal activities that has recently bedeviled the nation.

Despite court disqualification APC will participate in Bayelsa gov poll – INEC

The election is scheduled to hold on Saturday.

Herdsmen not responsible for killing of Enugu pregnant woman – Group

The attack is coming weeks after religious clerics were murdered in the state by suspected herdsmen.

INEC declares PDP winner of Bayelsa governorship election

The declaration is in compliance with the directive of the Supreme Court.

Gregory University Uturu, The Leading Private University In Nigeria

"We want to position Gregory University as a competing university and to be the number one in this country." The above statement by the Chancellor...

Emmanuel reacts as tribunal upholds election of Akwa Ibom gov

The tribunal gave its verdict on Thursday, dismissing the petition brought before it by the opposing Nsima Ekere, and his party, the All Progressive Congress (APC) in the state.

South East govs react to creation of Ruga settlement in Igbo land

This move has been misinterpreted with mostly Nigerians from the southern part of the nation accusing the government on embarking on land grabbing mission for herders alleged as arrowheads of insecurity nationwide.

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Why my deputy can’t be prosecuted for certificate forgery – Bayelsa gov

The Bayelsa official as christened himself as a miracle governor.

Insecurity: I live in fear everyday – Peter Obi

Insecurity has worsened across the country and it has forced Nigerians including the National Assembly to demand the sack of the service chiefs.

I can never join your party, Fayose replies APC

The APC also said judging by his past antecedents, Fayose who left office in 2018, is not qualified to join its fold.

Fani-Kayode names 2 northern govs fighting insecurity with heart and soul

Some state governors in the protectorate have by their actions commended or supported insecurity ravaging their domains.