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6 Oct 2021
At least two bodies were yesterday recovered from the collapsed landing jetty at Isaka community in Okrika Local Government Area of Rivers State.
14 Jan 2021
Following recent increase in activities of illegal refiners and bunkerers, there is fear in Rivers State that this may cause a surge of deadly black soot in the atmosphere.
10 Mar 2020
Vice Chairman, Senate Committee on Customs, Excise and Tariffs, Francis Fadahunsi, has canvassed a ban on the importation of fairly used clothes popularly called ‘Okrika’.
30 Aug 2019
Efforts by the government to discourage use of second-hand clothing and imported textiles believed to be impeding the growth of the textile and local garment production in the country may be running low on steam, as the business continues to thrive.
21 Mar 2019
The Rivers State chapter of Inter-Party Advisory Council (IPAC) has informed President Muhammadu Buhari that those calling on him to intervene in the state’s gubernatorial election are enemies of peace, who lost the election. IPAC therefore urged the president to ignore the calls by pro-All Progressives Congress (APC) elders, just as it accused APC of attempting to…
9 Mar 2019
A climate of fear now pervades Rivers State over the deployment of soldiers to some communities ahead of today’s governorship and state assembly elections. Governor Nyesom Wike has condemned the unlawful arrest of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) members by the army. There was an unusual presence of siren-blaring soldiers and policemen in Port Harcourt and…
29 Aug 2018
For many micro and small businesses who deal in clothing and apparels, second-hand clothes from many developed countries dominate their stalls, except in cases where cheaper materials are imported from Asia...
13 Mar 2015
THE eruption of violence, with its trail of explosions, gunshots and intimidation that marred the All Progressives Congress (APC) gubernatorial campaign in Okrika, Rivers State, the other day, is a bitter reminder that elections are still a ‘do or die’ affair in many parts of the country.


19 mins ago
Half of people in poorer countries have now received two vaccine doses against Covid-19, a global vaccine alliance said Thursday, hailing progress in closing the vaccine equity gap.
49 mins ago
The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Ondo State Command, says it will train election officials on necessary security measures to take during elections.
59 mins ago
Chelsea is investigating after racist abuse was allegedly directed against Tottenham forward Son Heung-min at Stamford Bridge, threatening the "strongest action".
1 hour ago
The National Union of Electricity Employee (NUEE) has expressed hope that the Federal Government would fulfil its promises to avert resuming its suspended strike.
2 hours ago
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), has agreed to partner with the Committee of Youth on Mobilisation and Sensitisation (CYMS), to curb the menace of vote buying during elections.