Weekly political notes
Hmmm, Aisha, it is hoped you discussed with Buhari before speaking, so that it will not amount to kitchen talk. What you experienced or observed at the clinic is a metaphor for the deplorable state of public health institutions across the country.
Wike vows to prosecute those involved in Mgboshimini killings
Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has vowed to prosecute the perpetrators of Monday killings in Mgbuoshimini community.Members of a rival cult group masterminded the attack in which over 15 people were killed.
Rivers state youths protest against SARS in Port Harcourt
Coordinator of the group, Omachi Chinasa, told journalists that it was regrettable that the SARS Commander, Akin Fakorede, was incapable of controlling the officers and operatives under him.
Emmanuel, Wike seek FG’s presence in South South
• Warn against politicising security • Delta CP canvasses support to fight crime Governor Udom Emmanuel of Akwa Ibom State and Nyesom Wike of Rivers State have identified lack of Federal Government presence in the zone as one of the key reasons why agitations and insecurity seemed prevalent. They spoke yesterday during a public lecture…
Wike seeks review of recruitment in security agencies
According to him, people are more afraid of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) than armed robbers and kidnapers, due to the manner it has terrorised the citizens.
Ambode tasks Nigerians on challenges threatening corporate existence
Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike has warned that ethnic and other agitations will persist except Nigerians experience good governance at the federal level of the country.
Investments in science institutes will revive Nigeria’s economy, says Wike
Wike stated this yesterday when the Minister of Science and Technology, Dr Ogbonnaya Onu paid him a courtesy visit at the Government House, Port Harcourt.
Northern states move against retaliatory attacks
The Northern Governors’ Forum yesterday said measures had been put in place to avert reprisals in the region following alleged attacks on their kinsmen in Rivers State and parts of the East.