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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.

Onwusanya, Former Delta Assembly Speaker, ‘Diverts’ N150m Govt Contract To ‘Personal Things’

Former Speaker of the Delta state House of Assembly,  Peter Onwusanya, has been accused of scamming the state government with a contract awarded to him worth about N150 million to construct a secondary school in his constituency in Asaba. SaharaReporters reliably learned that Onwusanya, who is still representing Oshimili South …

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Delta Information Commissioner, Ukah, Congratulates Okowa, Commends Deltans For Voting PDP

Delta State Commissioner for Information, Chief Patrick Ukah, has congratulated the state governor, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, on his victory in the just concluded 2019 governorship election. He equally felicitated with Deltans and other residents of the state for overwhelmingly voting the state Governor into office for a second tenure. The …

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