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The Oshimili North is one of the twenty-five Local Government Areas that make up Delta State, South-south geo-political region of Nigeria. The Local Government was created in 1997 and until its creation, was part of the old Oshimili Local Government Area. The Local Government is headquartered at Akwukwu-ukwu and comprises prominent towns and communities such as Ibusa, Illah and Okpanam. The people of this region speak Igbo, which the Igbo indigenes refer to as the Enuani language dialect of Igbo language.

Anxiety mars Delta LG polls

By Festus Ahon ANXIETY and apprehension marred the Delta State Local Government election, following the delay in the distribution of election materials. At Ozoigwe primary school, Asaba, Oshimili South and Akwukwu-Igbo, Oshimili North, prospective voters were locked out as at 9:30 am. The situation was the same at Agbor, Ika …

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Empowering Delta Youths

Omon-Julius Onabu takes a look at the maiden products exhibition and business fair held recently in Asaba under the auspices of the Delta State Job Creation Office You know a ripe corn by its looks. This is an African adage which illustrates the evident features of maturity with the symbolism …

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Asiodu seeks visionary leadership for 2040

The need for a well-articulated national vision, tagged “Vision 2040” has been proposed as panacea for the myriad of economic challenges bedeviling the country.In his lecture titled: “Unemployment, Youth Restiveness and Development Challenges,’’ delivered at the Njiko Aniocha Oshimili 2017 convention yesterday, a retired Federal Permanent Secretary, Chief Philip Asiodu, …

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