Again, Oyigbo residents raised alarm over planned demolition of houses
Barely two months after residents of Oyigbo, Rivers State suffered harassment, killings from military operations, the residents have again, raised alarm over planned illegal demolition of their properties by indigenous youths of the community.
Oyigbo residents commend Rivers government for relaxing curfew
Residents of Oyigbo Council Area of Rivers State, yesterday, expressed excitement over the review of the 24-hours curfew imposed on the area two weeks ago and commended the state government for the decision. The Guardian learned that normal activities have returned to the area, even as several military checkpoints and raising up of hands by…
Soldiers arrest, torture The Guardian driver, others in Rivers
Police declare war against looters in Oyigbo Ahmadu Saifu, The Guardian newspaper’s driver in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, leaves his house in Oyigbo by 6:00 a.m. daily to trek for about one hour before boarding a cab to the office in Ikwere road in the bid to escape the 24-hour curfew imposed by the state…
APC, Amaechi supported us unconditionally, says Rivers State AAC gubernatorial candidate
The purported resignation of the African Action Congress (AAC) running mate in Rivers State, Akpo Bomba Yeeh, has been flayed by its gubernatorial candidate, Engineer Biokpomabo Awara, who also berated the former for defecting to the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP).