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Group flays presidency’s delay in approval of $13.5b Zabazaba deep water project

The Niger Delta Indigenous Movement for Radical Change (NDIMRC) has flayed the alleged delay by President Muhammadu Buhari to approve the $13.5 billion Zabazaba deep water project in Bomadi, Delta State. It threatened to embark on a protest to register its grievances if the project was unnecessarily delayed. The group, …

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Nigerian woman jailed in Dubai for human trafficking flees

Olaleye Aluko, Abuja Operatives of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons and other releated offences have launched a manhunt for a 33-year-old woman, Perebi Otubo, who was jailed in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, for trafficking Nigerian girls. Otubo, who is reportedly hiding in an unidentified location …

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Enekorogha, a Delta community in mourning: How British missionary died in kidnappers’ den » Special Report »

In this report, Ebenezer Adurokiya visited Enekorogha community where Dr Ian Squire and his colleagues were kidnapped where the residents revealed that four British missionaries and social workers were kidnapped a day before their departure from their host community but one died before rescue came. Since then their hosts have …

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Delta Water Board targets 65,000 customers as enumeration commences

To improve efficient water supply in Delta, the state Urban water board in collaboration with United States Agency For International Development (USAID) is to commence the enumeration of its customers in towns that are currently covered with pipe network. The towns include Asaba, Ogwashi Uku, Kwale, Agbor, Ozoro, Ughelli, Bomadi, …

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10 Delta communities to benefit from USAID water project

Matthew Ochei, Asaba The United State Agency for International Development USAID has engaged the service of a private firm, FullPlan Associate, to carry out comprehensive block mapping and enumeration of water consumers in 10 communities in Delta state. Under the USAID E-WASH, the international body is embarking on the exercise …

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Group flays presidency’s delay in approval of $13.5b Zabazaba deep water project

The Niger Delta Indigenous Movement for Radical Change (NDIMRC) has flayed the alleged delay by President Muhammadu Buhari to approve the $13.5 billion Zabazaba deep water project in Bomadi, Delta State. It threatened to embark on a protest to register its grievances if the project was unnecessarily delayed. The group, …

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Amnesty Programme: Dokubo’s magic wand

A disarming smile is his trademark, a veritable asset that neutralises the temperature of an environment he finds himself. For Prof. Charles Dokubo, coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, carrying a light heart creates a pleasant atmosphere for productivity to flourish and breed a fertile ground for fresh initiatives to …

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Amnesty fraud: 23 unpaid beneficiaries from Ayakoromo community beg FG for intervention

Cross-section of 10 of the aggrieved 23 presidential amnesty beneficiaries from Obribenghan Camp, Ayakoromo, Burutu LGA. Twenty-three beneficiaries of the Presidential Amnesty Programme in Obribenghan Camp of Ayakoromo in Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State have cried out to the Federal Government to rescue them from hardship and bondage. …

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Cultists ‘on revenge mission’ kill businessman in Delta

Cultists believed to be members of Eiye confraternity terrorising Ughelli community in Delta State have allegedly killed a 35-year-old businessman, Onoriode Morphy, in Eruemukogharien town, Ughelli in what appeared to be avenge attack. The Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, in the state, Andrew Aniamaka, who confirmed the incident to DAILY …

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