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Antagonism between Southern, Northern Governors Uncalled For – Ex-President Jonathan

Antagonism between Southern, Northern Governors Uncalled For – Ex-President Jonathan

Warns Leaders Against Using Privileged Positions to Oppress, Create Hardship for People. Immediate past Nigerian President, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan is uncomfortable with the antagonism between the Southern and Northern Governors’ Fora, which escalated following the recent meeting by the Southern Governors at which they announced a ban on open grazing in the region, and took

Obaseki Commends Edo Vigilante for Gallantry in Dislodging Kidnappers, Donates 15 Operational Vehicles

Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State, has commended members of Edo State Community Vigilante Security Network for their bravery in confronting kidnappers in the Ahor axis of Aduwawa By-pass along Benin-Auchi Expressway. The Security Network, in collaboration with the Edo State Police Command and other security agencies had on Monday rescued seven kidnap victims and

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Obaseki, Edo PDP Wrestle for Soul of Party As State Exco Writes National Leadership over Governor’s Alleged Antics

After months of pretending that all was well between Edo State governor, Godwin Obaseki, and leadership of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party, PDP in the state, the burble seems to have burst. The leadership of the party on Monday wrote to the national secretariat of the party complaining of the governor’s scheme to dissolve the

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Edo State Government, AAU Workers in Face-off over Unpaid Salaries, Take-over of Varsity Admin by Governor

ASUU Set to Drag Obaseki to Court. All is not well at the Edo State-owned Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma where the workers, both academic and non-academic, are protesting recent unpleasant developments in the university. On Tuesday, members of the local chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, (ASUU) and their Non-Academic Staff Union (NASU)

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COVID-19 Restrictions: No Going Back on National Mass Protests From May 26 As Planned, Civil Society Groups Dare FG

A coalition of over 120 civil society organisations and activists, which on Sunday initiated a mass action and boycott of the Democracy Day activities by Nigerians from May 26, 2021 to protest the worsening insecurity across the country says it would not be deterred by the latest lockdown/restrictions announced by the federal government on Monday,

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