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Gov. Okowa mourns as Delta CJ loses wife

Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta state, has expressed his deep condolences to the family of the Chief Judge of Delta State, Justice Marshall Umukoro over the death of his wife, Mrs Lizzy Umukoro. In a condolence message issued by his Chief Press Secretary, Charles Aniagwu, Okowa described Helen Umukoro’s demise as

Human Suffering and the Sacrifices of Righteousness

The man died in the hospital after a long and protracted illness. The doctor conducted a post mortem examination and concluded that the cause of his death was cancer. But the word of God is contrarian. It insists no man has ever died of cancer, but that sin is the

As Buhari’s credibility gathers momentum

Let me begin this piece with a very resounding appreciation of the former US Ambassador to Nigeria, John Campbell, who has come out, though belatedly, to say the truth about Buhari’s buoyancy in the past Nigerian political dispensations. Recently in an interview with Channels TV, he declared that Buhari won

Ex-Chief Justice Idris Kutigi dies

Justice Idris Kutigi: dies at 78, two months short of his 79th birthday Former Chief Justice of Nigeria, Idris Kutigi is dead. He was 78 years old. Niger state commissioner for Information, Danjuma Sallau said Kutigi died in a London Hospital. Idris Legho Kutigi was the chief justice of Nigeria between 2007 and

Minister renders account on water projects in court

The Minister of Water Resources Engr. Suleiman Adamu has finally fulfilled his promise to render account on spending on water projects across the country by providing Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) with detailed information on spending of billions of naira on 292 projects between 2010 and 2016.The documents were

Senator Magnus Abe speaks on ‘dumping’ APC for PDP

Senator Magnus Abe, the lawmaker representing Rivers East Senatorial District has denied rumours of him dumping the ruling All Progressives Congress for the opposition Peoples Democratic Party.   Abe denied some online reports of his defection in a chat with reporters this evening saying, “how can I leave my father’s house and deny

President Buhari condemns the recent communal clash in Kaduna State that left over 50 people dead

President Buhari has condemned the latest communal violence in Kasuwan Magani in Kaduna State which claimed 55 lives.   Reacting to the violent clashes, President Buhari said the frequent resort to bloodshed by Nigerians over misunderstandings that can be resolved peacefully, is worrisome.   According to the President, “No culture and religion support the disregard