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Operatives of Imo State Police Command have recovered a three-year-old baby with hearing and speaking impairment who was abandoned in a church.
With a female pseudonym, anonymous address, the local council of origin and date of birth, GBENGA SALAU, who visited Owerri, Imo State, recently, procured a COVID-19 vaccine card
No fewer than 3,000 indigent citizens of Imo State have benefited from the N300 million worth of empowerment programme of the Managing Director of ABM Global Group, Alex Mbata.
Indigenous carrier, United Nigeria Airlines (UNA), has acquired a new Airbus 320 aircraft to further boost its fleet and expand route
Vice Chancellor of the Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO), Prof. Nnenna Oti, has said that plans have reached advanced stage for the establishment of the institution’s teaching hospital.
An indigenous law firm, Prince Joel & Associates, has unveiled a new office in Owerri, the Imo State capital, in its bid to expand its services across the country.
Irked by high level of youth unemployment in the South-East geo-political zone, an elder statesman and Chairman of Ohanaeze Ndigbo Elders Council, Chief Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu
Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodimma, has sworn in Justice Theresa Chikeka as the state’s acting Chief Judge (CJ) to replace Justice Ijeoma Agugua.
Last week Thursday President Muhammadu Buhari visited Owerri, one of the most troubled cities in Southeastern Nigeria, to commission projects which the incumbent government
Anyanwu-Akeredolu is the first recipient of the prestigious title that was jointly given by all the monarchs in Owerri Federal Constituency of Imo State. It had pulsating effects beyond the geography
Petroleum marketers, under the aegis of the Tanker Drivers Association of Nigeria (TDAN), have directed their members to suspend the strike they embarked upon in the past week
President Muhammadu Buhari’s working visit to Imo State, yesterday, was greeted with apathy, as the majority of the residents stayed at home, while government officials and some leaders...