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    Gov Uzodinma dissolves Imo Council of Traditional Rulers, tasks monarchs on community policing

    The Imo State Governor, His Excellency, Sen Hope Uzodinma, has on Monday issued guidelines to Traditional Rulers in Imo State on the implementation of a new proactive, effective and efficient security architecture that will guarantee the security of lives and properties in the rural communities within the state, in line with Federal Government community policing […] More

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    APC grants waiver to Ararume.

    Senator Ifeanyi G. Ararume has been granted waiver by the All Progressives Congress (APC) to be part of the primary election against the Okigwe North Senatorial by-election billed for this year. The election, if scheduled by the INEC is for the replacement of late Senator Benjamin Uwajumogu in the red chambers. Recall that Senator Ararume […] More

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    Ex-President Jonathan gets ECOWAS appointment

    Former President Goodluck Jonathan has been appointed by the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) as a special envoy to lead the sub-regional body’s mediation mission in Mali. As a Special Envoy, Mr Jonathan is to facilitate dialogue with all principal stakeholders in Mali, including President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, opposition leaders, civil society as […] More

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    Morocco to Postpone King Mohammed VI’s Throne Day Celebrations

    The Moroccan Ministry of the Royal House, Protocol and the Chancellery announced today, July 14, that all royal activities and ceremonies related to the 21st Throne Day of King Mohammed VI have been postponed. The decision comes in line with the preventive measures that Morocco is taking to tackle the spread of COVID-19. The ministry […] More

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    Imo government publishes 8 names involved in N330m pension fraud

    The Imo State government yesterday made public of its findings in the payroll system regarding pension fraud which involved eight persons said to be receiving N330 million annually as a pension. The governor, Hope Uzodinma, disclosed this in Owerri, after meeting with the leadership of the state chapters of the Nigeria Union of Pensioners, NUP, […] More

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    Why Uzodinma , CP Akinmoyede Must Not keep Mum About Government House Round About Police Extortion of Motorists ?

    The Imo State Government and Imo Police Command have allegedly remained silent over high level and shameful extortion of motorists by security operatives particularly police traffic controllers around Government House Round About Owerri . This ugly development to a large extent is bringing disrepute and disrespect to the office of the number number one citizen […] More

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    Nduka lauds Imo APGA for giving palliatives to ndi Imo

    Eustace Okere An APGA stakeholder and business mogul, Chief Nduka V. A. Anyanwu, Anyanwu N’etiri Oha, has lauded the Imo State executives of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), ably led by Hon. John Iwuala, for dolling out palliatives to indigent persons in the state last Saturday. Anyanwu N’etiri Oha, remarked that the preventive and […] More

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    The Rot Called Douglas Souvenir

    The Douglas House Souvenir ,an exhibition house built around 2014/2015 with millions of Imo tax payers money by the administration of former governor of Imo State ,Senator Rochas Okorocha is now a shadow of itself and more of a state embarrassment. Unfortunately, this adds to the list of government properties that are lying in desolation […] More

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    Nduka lauds Barr. Nwoga Describes him as a man of his words

    By Eustace Okere A chieftain of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Chief Nduka V. A. Anyanwu, has lauded a major stakeholder of the party, Barr. Steve Nwoga, describing him as “a no push over” for remaining steadfast and supportive to APGA, despite the gale of defection that rocked the party early this year. According […] More

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    Trinidad and Tobago gets first female president

    Paula-Mae Weekes, was on Monday sworn in as Trinidad and Tobago’s sixth and first female president. Weekes, who previously worked in the country’s Director of Public Prosecutions office of the as an attorney, took her oath of office in front of a large crowd that included members of the Trinidadian Parliament and Government of Ministers. […] More

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