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23 May
President of the Ijaw National Congress (INC), Prof. Benjamin Okaba, has described the outburst of the Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, as unfortunate, adding that his comments shows that those, who ordinarily should be at psychiatric hospital...
22 Mar
President of the Ijaw National Congress (INC), Prof. Benjamin Okaba, spoke to GODWIN IJEDIOGOR and JULIUS OSAHON in Yenagoa, the Bayelsa State capital, on activities of the socio-cultural group, non-reconstitution of the Board of Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), and what the Ijaw nation believes regarding self-determination.   How far have you pursued the ideals of…

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….. blames Presidency, security agencies Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria, (HURIWA) on Monday, slammed the Federal Government and security agencies over the rising kidnapping and killing of Catholic priests who are now endangered species as they have become soft targets for suspected Fulani bandits who are growing their kidnap-for-ransom business. HURIWA’s National Coordinator, Comrade…
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The Federal Government has said that it would continue to support the Privatisation and commercialisation of critical sectors that pose a huge financial burden to it so as to boost the socio-economic, growth and development of the nation.
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The Coalition of Northern Groups (CNG), on Monday, ask the Northern voters to resist the temptation of voting along religion, tribe and political party lines ahead of the 2023 general election.
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_...appeal to Tinubu, Shettima to rejig presidential ticket_ No fewer than 5,000 Yoruba Elders majorly members of the ruling All Progressives Congress and supporters of Bola Tinubu, today, took to the streets of Lagos to protest the party’s Muslim-Muslim ticket, calling for a Christian to be incorporated. The thousands of pro-Tinubu protesters, under the aegis…
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Nigeria’s inflation rate has defied monetary tightening, hitting 19.64 per cent in July, a level not seen in over one-and-a-half decade.