Revisiting the three-sided political battles in Imo state
January 14, 2020, has come to represent an important date in the political calendar of Imo State. The change of guard from the brief interregnum of Peoples Democratic Party´s...
Imo teachers begin seven-day fasting, prayers over delayed salaries
Members of the Imo State chapter of the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) has commenced seven-day fasting and prayers in the 647 autonomous communities
Abia uncovers 5,666 illegal workers as Imo plans to prosecute payroll fraudsters
The Abia State Government has disclosed that about 5, 666 of the 5, 853 workers employed in the state’s Secondary Education Management Board (SEMB) from 2018 to date
Why jumbo perks for ex-governors, others must cease, by lawyers
Following the nod by the Federal High Court, Abuja to the Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) compelling former governors and other public officials
Why people oppose Uzodinma as governor
There are two fundamental reasons many people oppose Chief Hope Uzodinma as governor in Imo State. Some others including Uzodinma know these reasons but would prefer to wish them away
ILO, MWUN seek incentives for seafarers over Covid-19
As the world today marks the International Day of the Seafarers, the Maritime Workers’ Union of Nigeria (MWUN), has appealed that palliatives be given to seafarers to cushion their sufferings due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oceans support world’s industries with $3tr yearly, says IMO
The International Maritime Organisation (IMO), has declared that the oceans support the world’s marine and coastal resources and industries with about $3trillion yearly, or five per cent of global gross domestic product (GDP).
Ondo’s 41st Covid-19 case evades isolation in Imo
The Ondo State government has recorded the 41st coronavirus case (names withheld), a second hand items seller at Oba Adesida Market, Akure.