Four school principals die, six injured in auto crash along Benin-Warri express way
Four school principals die, six injured in au…
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Four women have been confirmed dead after a bus conveying members of the Association of Nigeria Conference of Principals of Secondary Schools (ANCOPSS) somersaulted along Benin-Warri express way.
The accident which…

Four school principals die, six injured in au…
Photos: CCTV Images of wanted fraudster in Asaba, Delta State …
Photos: CCTV Images of wanted fraudster in As…
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Security cameras at Imperial Games Ville Asaba, capital of  Delta state has exposed photos of a wanted man for duping two girls under the pretext of securing them a job…

Photos: CCTV Images of wanted fraudster in As…
Tears as late Delta lawmaker, Udoh is laid to rest in Warri
Tears as late Delta lawmaker, Udoh is laid to…
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It was uncontrollable tears in Warri, Delta State today as the remains of former Chief Whip of the Delta State House of Assembly and member representing the people of Warri…

Tears as late Delta lawmaker, Udoh is laid to…
Warri indigene seek establishment of Itsekiri University in Delta
Warri indigene seek establishment of Itsekiri…
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- Indigenes of Warri are seeking establishment of a university exclusively owned and controlled by Itsekiri people- The group seeking the establishment visited the palace of the Olu of Warri…

Warri indigene seek establishment of Itsekiri…
Family seeks justice for slain son
Family seeks justice for slain son
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A community vigilante member (name withheld) has been detained at the Nigeria Police, “A” Division, Ughelli for the murder of 18-year-old Kelvin Oghenenyole Jonathan Obeghwara, who was shot last Sunday.
Kelvin…

Family seeks justice for slain son
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Asaba

Photos: CCTV Images of wanted fraudster in Asaba, Delta State …

Security cameras at Imperial Games Ville Asaba, capital of  Delta state has exposed photos of a wanted man for duping two girls under the pretext of securing them a job at a radio station. According to the girls, “he asked us if we can type one of us said yes she asked her boyfriend to […]

Residents Protest Alleged 18 Years Abandoned Road Network In Asaba

…Death Traps Scare Hit Motorists …Weeds, Rodents Take Over Road …Contractor Allegedly Abscond With N26m Contract’s Fund Residents of Bonsac community in Asaba, Oshimili South Local Government Area of Delta State have protested an alleged 18 years abandoned of their road network, and accused the state government of insensitivity to infrastructural developments. Investigation revealed that […]

Police Parade Asaba DPO’s Killers, 47 Other Suspected Criminals

The Delta State Police Command, on Tuesday, paraded Suleiman Ibrahim and Yusuf Hamisu, suspected killers of Mr. Valentine Mbalu, Divisional Police Officer (DPO) of C Police Division, Asaba, and 46 other suspected criminals. Delta State Police Commissioner, Mr. Zanna M. Ibrahim, who paraded the suspects at the Command Headquarters in Asaba, explained that the suspects included […]

10 things we bet you didn’t know about Delta State

Delta State is located in Southern Nigeria and it is one of the Niger Delta states. It is an oil producing state with one of the highest production output in the country. It is also one of the richest states in Nigeria. However, there are many misconceptions about Delta State, especially to those who are […]

Kidnapped Delta DPO: We believe he’s not dead – CP – Vanguard …

…Deploys 170 officers, three sniffer dogs By Festus Ahon ASABA—Delta State Police Command, weekend, said it believes that the kidnapped Divisional Police Officer, DPO in charge of ‘C’ Division, Asaba, Mr Valentine Mbalu, is not dead. Briefing newsmen in Asaba, the state Commissioner of Police, Mr Ibrahim Zanna, said they were yet to know the […]

Delta: Teachers defy directive on 12-day-old strike

A correspondent of NAN that visited five public schools in Asaba, the state capital on Monday, reports that the schools were not in session. The teachers had been on strike since March 9. At the Westend Mixed Secondary School, Asaba, many of the students were seen in groups at the entrance of the school because […]

Warri

Four school principals die, six injured in auto crash along Benin-Warri express way

Four women have been confirmed dead after a bus conveying members of the Association of Nigeria Conference of Principals of Secondary Schools (ANCOPSS) somersaulted along Benin-Warri express way. The accident which occurred Saturday left six others injured. The scene of the crash was a spot between Oghara and Mosogar in Ethiope-East LGA of Delta State. […]

Tears as late Delta lawmaker, Udoh is laid to rest in Warri

It was uncontrollable tears in Warri, Delta State today as the remains of former Chief Whip of the Delta State House of Assembly and member representing the people of Warri South Constituency I, Hon.(Mrs.) Beatrice Omawumi Udoh, Nee Asmah, was laid to rest. Relatives, family members, political associates as well as loyalists of the lawmaker […]

Warri indigene seek establishment of Itsekiri University in Delta

– Indigenes of Warri are seeking establishment of a university exclusively owned and controlled by Itsekiri people – The group seeking the establishment visited the palace of the Olu of Warri seking his blessing for the establishment of the university – The monarch gave his blessing to the group and pledged to mobilised for funds […]

Olu backs Itsekiri academia’s case for University of Warri

By Egufe Yafugborhi WARRI—THE Olu of Warri, His Majesty, Ogiame Ikenwoli, yesterday gave his blessing to ongoing efforts by Itsekiri academia to establish an Itsekiri-owned University of Warri, UNIWARRI. The Olu gave his support at his palace, when Professor Nesin Omatseye led a delegation of university lecturers on the umbrella of Concerned Iwere People for […]

Family demands prosecution of DPO for allegedly killing their son in Delta

The family of late Mr. Nelson Akporido Sini who died in the hands of the operatives of B-Division of the Nigeria Police, Warri Area Command has cried out for justice, calling on the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, to bring the killers of their son to book. The family who came out in their […]

NDDC Projects: Warri monarch, Itsekiri protest ‘marginalisation’

Itsekiri ethnic nationality in Delta State is poised for war with the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, over alleged marginalization in the allocation of 375 projects for which tenders were invited last week Wednesday. Leaders of the ethnic group and the monarch, the Olu of Warri, Ogiame Ikenwoli, are seething over their zero share of […]

Ughelli

Family seeks justice for slain son

A community vigilante member (name withheld) has been detained at the Nigeria Police, “A” Division, Ughelli for the murder of 18-year-old Kelvin Oghenenyole Jonathan Obeghwara, who was shot last Sunday. Kelvin and a friend were returning home from an outing at about 10pm when he met his untimely death from the gun of one of […]

Samuel Ogbemudia (1932-2017) – The Nation Nigeria

•Builder of Nigeria’s Midwest passes on THEY don’t come like this anymore; not in the realm of Nigeria’s leadership. Very few leaders in Nigeria’s history will compare with Samuel Osaigbovo Ogbemudia, a retired Brigadier-General who passed on March 9, 2017, at the age of 84. Among his contemporary war time governors and even long after […]

Delta school shutdown as students go on rampage

– A secondary school in Ughelli, Delta state, has been shutdown following the unruly behaviour of students of the school – It was learnt that they vandalised the school properties, destroy glasses and other valuables in the school – The school was thereafter shutdown pending the return of normalcy to the area Ekiugbo Secondary School […]

Gunmen shot dead keke rider at Ughelli, steals tricycle

BY Perez Brisibe UGHELLI – Unidentified gunmen in the early hours of Monday shot dead a commercial tricycle operator (keke-man) at Ughelli and stole the tricycle leaving him in a pool of blood. The victim, Samson Omoyibo, aged 44, was left dead in a pool of his own blood at Esegine Street off Afiesere road. Giving […]

Delta boosts 77 YAGEPreneurs with 154 fish ponds – Vanguard News

UGBOKODO—DELTA State Government has commenced the allocation of fish ponds to beneficiaries of its 2016 Cycle of the Youth Agricultural Entrepreneurs Programme, YAGEP, who recently completed their three-month training in fish production. The allocation of 154 YAGEP fish ponds, located at Ugbokodo, Okpe local government area was launched with 77 YAGEPreneurs at the ratio of […]

Gunmen shot dead keke rider at Ughelli, steals tricycle – Vanguard …

BY Perez Brisibe UGHELLI – Unidentified gunmen in the early hours of Monday shot dead a commercial tricycle operator (keke-man) at Ughelli and stole the tricycle leaving him in a pool of blood. The victim, Samson Omoyibo, aged 44, was left dead in a pool of his own blood at Esegine Street off Afiesere road. Giving […]

Bomadi

In Bayelsa: Navy extends monthly free medicare to rural communites …

In Bayelsa Navy extends monthly free medicare to rural communites The medical team offered full day free services at Ogobiri community in Southern Ijaw Local Government Area of the state. play Nigerian navy (NTA) Culled from :Here

Unemployed youths receive fish ponds, audio visuals in Delta

IT was something fascinating as the Delta State government allocated 134 fish ponds sprawl into the creeks of Egbokodo Itskiri in Warri South LGA of Delta State to some youths in the state as part of its job creation efforts. The ponds designed one close to the other in the swampy/muddy environment was built by […]

Firm unfolds plans to tackle youth unrest in N-Delta

ABUJA—AN indigenous company, Mike-Spring Logistics Limited, says it has initiated plans to create jobs and deal with youth restiveness in the Niger Delta. Chief Executive Officer of Mike-Spring Logistics Limited, Mike Ayapaye, who revealed that its new subsidiary, Mike-Spring Sports Development and Youth Empowerment Agenda, would lead the efforts, said that Niger-Delta youths would be […]

Firm unfolds plans to tackle youth unrest in N-Delta

ABUJA—AN indigenous company, Mike-Spring Logistics Limited, says it has initiated plans to create jobs and deal with youth restiveness in the Niger Delta. Chief Executive Officer of Mike-Spring Logistics Limited, Mike Ayapaye, who revealed that its new subsidiary, Mike-Spring Sports Development and Youth Empowerment Agenda, would lead the efforts, said that Niger-Delta youths would be […]

CLARK:Old wine getting finer with age

By Emma Amaize, LOVE or hate the Ijaw-born former Federal Commissioner for Information and Leader/Coordinator of the Pan Niger Delta Forum, PANDEF, Chief Edwin Kiagbodo Clark, aka Gogoro (OFR, CON), one thing you cannot take away from him is his audacity and patriotism, especially in matters that affect the Niger Delta. When other leaders were […]

2nd Dickson Wrestling Championship: Bibo shocks Onyemelusi in Greco-Roman

The Greco-Roman category took a twist as Africa Bronze medalist, Melvin Bibo (Bayelsa) defeated former National Champion, Abraham Onyemelusi by 8-2 points in the 80kg category at the ongoing 2nd Governor Seriake Dickson Wrestling Championship at the Indoor Hall of the Samson Siasia Sports complex, Yenegoa, Bayelsa State on Friday. NationSport reports that Bibo who […]

Ndokwa

Tragedy struck as auto crash claims 3 school principals in Delta

Tragedy struck on Friday, March 24, 2017 in Delta state when three secondary school principals who were travelling to Kwale in Ndokwa West local government area for a meeting allegedly with the commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education, Chiedu Ebie, had fatal road accident and died instantly. The accident was said to have happened between […]

Five wounded, many flee, as leadership tussle tears Delta community apart

By Ochuko Akuopha OLEH—THE lingering leadership tussle in Emu-Ebendo community, Ndokwa West Local Government Area, Delta State, has deepened, as five persons have reportedly sustained various degrees of injuries and scores of others fled the area, following a clash between members of rival parties. The community’s Okwata, a tent erected for the purpose of its […]

Five wounded, many flee, as leadership tussle tears Delta community apart

By Ochuko Akuopha OLEH—THE lingering leadership tussle in Emu-Ebendo community, Ndokwa West Local Government Area, Delta State, has deepened, as five persons have reportedly sustained various degrees of injuries and scores of others fled the area, following a clash between members of rival parties. The community’s Okwata, a tent erected for the purpose of its […]

How NYSC Member reportedly brutalized by N-Power teacher in Delta State

A NYSC Corp member serving in Delta State with the name, Rufai Bilikis was brutally assaulted by an N-Power teacher.   According to her friend, Kasumu Miriam who reveals this incident, the teacher, Enuofu Benjamin allegedly assaulted her after she refused to hand over money allocated to their house for their school’s inter-house sports competition. […]

Niger Delta stakeholders strategise ahead of formalising modular refineries

Some Niger Delta stakeholders have commenced the enumeration of artisanal refineries and crude oil distillation camps in the region ahead of Federal Government liberalisation of modular refineries. Vice President Yemi Osinbajo had, on February 14 during the tour of oil communities, announced the policy of deploying modular refineries to drive the economic development of the […]

N-DELTA TRUCE SHUTTLE: Natives beg Osinbajo to visit Ndokwa

The people of Ndokwa have called on Vice President Yemi Osibanjo to visit Ndokwa to enable him have first-hand information on the deprivation and marginalisation of the area, after more than 50 years of oil and gas exploration. The call was made by the President General of Ndokwa Neku Union (NNU), High Chief Johnson Opone, […]

Oshimili

Delta NUT, Governor Okowa at daggers drawn as thugs, police allegedly harass teachers

Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta state has drawn the battle line between his government and the striking teachers who have been on industrial action for over 13 days, thereby grounding academic activities in the state public primary and post primary schools. The teachers under the aegis of Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT) declared strike action […]

President Buhari’s media aide, Justin Abuah dies at 57

– State House’s Director of Information, Justin Abuah died on Sunday, August 14 after a brief illness – Abuah is responsible for writing all President Buhari’s statements and speeches – The presidency confirmed his death through special adviser on media and publicity to the president, Femi Adesina late Director of Information, State House, Justin Abuah […]

Delta Community Laments Unlawful Land Acquisition

The people of Okpanam community in Oshimili North local government area of Delta state have cried out over an alleged plot by the Governor Ifeanyi Okowa led administration, through the Ministry of Lands, Survey and Urban Development to unlawfully exploit them off their lands. They however appealed to Governor Okowa to give the exercise a […]

10 things we bet you didn’t know about Delta State – INFORMATION …

Delta State is located in Southern Nigeria and it is one of the Niger Delta states. It is an oil producing state with one of the highest production output in the country. It is also one of the richest states in Nigeria. However, there are many misconceptions about Delta State, especially to those who are […]

Suspected Arsonists Attack Delta Pry School, Burn Headmistress’ Office, Others

…As Harlots Attack Business News Reporter in Asaba Suspected Arsonists have allegedly attacked Ogbeani Primary School, Ubulu-Uku and set ablaze the headmistress’ office including other offices in the school. It was reliably gathered that three offices, including those of the headmistress, library and staff were all destroyed as the flames tore through the school blocks […]

Suspected Arsonists Attack Delta Pry School, Burn Headmistress’ Office, Others

Suspected Arsonists have allegedly attacked Ogbeani Primary School, Ubulu-Uku and set ablaze the headmistress’ office including other offices in the school. It was reliably gathered that three offices, including those of the headmistress, library and staff were all destroyed as the flames tore through the school blocks without the presence of the fire service men. […]