Illegal fees: Hard Times Await Teachers In Rivers

Illegal fees: Hard Times Await Teachers In Rivers

The Chairman, Rivers State Universal Basic Education Board (UBEB), Mr. Fyneface Aka, says the state government is determined to end illegal fees and levies in public schools. Aka who made this known on Tuesday said that the state government would sanction any head teacher found guilty of collecting illegal fees and levies from pupils and

Looming Crisis: Rivers Judiciary workers Poised For War

Looming Crisis: Rivers Judiciary workers   Poised For War

Judiciary workers under the auspices of the Rivers State chapter of Judiciary staff Union of Nigeria, JUSUN are now divided and poised for a showdown. Some members of the union are making secret moves to destabilize Comrade Sogbeye Sokari George leadership. Plans are underway to seize power from him before his tenure elapses. A judiciary

“Support Gov. Wike’s Policies And Programmes”, Asalga CTC Member

A member of Caretaker Committee, CTC in Asari-Toru Local Government Area of Rivers State, Hon. Damiete West has appealed to Asalgans to support the administration of Governor Nyesom Wike so as to attract positive development to the area. Hon. West made the call while exchanging views with journalists in his office on Monday, applauded the

Towards An Effective Power Supply In Nigeria

Electricity (power) is a major resource in this contemporary era for human existence. Without power/electricity there is chaos in the world especially in the Western world where people loose properties and lives as a result of power failure (black out). Power today is an important commodity to the citizens of any nation because it helps

Obio/Akpor: Oginigba Youths On Maritime Technical Skills Training Graduated

A total of twelve (12) youths from Oginigba community in Obio/Akpor LGA of Rivers State have been trained on Maritime Technical Skills under the sponsorship of he Nigerian Bottling Company Ltd (NBC). Speaking at the graduation ceremony, Mrs. Sade Morgan, Legal, Public Affairs and Communications Director of NBC, maintained that “one of the focal areas

Perekule Palace To Support The Anglican Church

The Amanyanabo of Grand Bonny Kingdom, King Edward Asimini William Dappa Pepple, Perekule XI has charged Christians to redouble their effort towards working for the success of the church. King William Dappa Pepple stated this during a courtesy visit to his palace in Bonny, by the Primate Church of Nigeria Anglican Communion, Most Rev. Nicholas

Port Harcourt: Union Bank to Pay Firm N100m over Breach Of contract

Betexx Industrial and Marine Service Limited has instituted a legal action against the Union Bank of Nigeria Ltd, before an High Court sitting in Port Harcourt, capital of Rivers State. In a suit No. PHC/7/2014, the company is demanding for a total sum of one hundred million naira (N100, 000, 000) from the Station Road

Non-Inclusion In State Cabinet: NUAS Berates RSG

The New leadership of the National Union of Andoni Students, NUAS, Worldwide has expressed their displeasure against the Rivers state government for non-inclusion of any Andoni citizen in the state executive council. President of the student body, Comrade Ete-tegwung Ene-Ikare-Awaji Secondus who made the disclosure to newsmen in Port Harcourt, however appealed to the state

Daisy Admonishes CTC Members To Show Commitment To Their Work

The Caretaker Committee Chairperson of Ogu/Bolo Local Government Area, Mrs. Daisy Tamunoene has sworn-in members of her caretaker committee at the council secretariat, Ogu town with an admonition to run an all inclusive administration that will be based on fairness, transparency, integrity and above all punctuality. She told the members and staff of the council

Do Not Slack In Faith; Primate Okoh Charges Christians

The Primate of All Nigeria Anglican Communion, Most Reverend Nicholas Okoh has enjoined Christians especially Anglican faithful not to lose their faith in God. Most Reverend Okoh who stated this while delivering a sermon at the Pilgrimage Eucharistic Thanksgiving Service held at the first Cathedral in Nigeria, the Saint Stephen’s Cathedral Bonny, advised Christians to