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House of Reps urges NEMA to tackle flooding in Bayelsa, nationwide

The House of Representatives on Tuesday urged the National Emergency Management Agency, the Ecological Fund and related agencies to be proactive in tackling the menace of flooding in Beyelsa and all other states in the federation.

Bayelsa government not halting development Of Niger Delta University

Bayelsa State Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Mr. Daniel Iworiso-Markson, has dismissed as untrue claims that the state government had plans to kill the state owned Niger Delta University.

Bayelsa polytechnic to commence academic session September

The Bayelsa State Polytechnic, Aleibiri, Ekeremor Local Government Area of the state is set to commence academic session from September 2018.

Federal govt has not treated Ijaw people fairly – Edwin Clark

The Ijaw National Leader, Chief Edwin Clark, Wednesday said the Federal Government has been unfair to the Ijaw ethnic nationality of the Niger Delta.

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Court sentences two women to prison for wearing skimpy dresses

A Shari’a Court II, sitting at Magajin Gari, Kaduna on Tuesday sentenced 20-year-old Farida Taofiq and Raihana Abbas to two months in prison each for wearing skimpy dresses.
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17 killed in Uganda after heavy rains, flooding

The rains hit the districts of Kamuli and Buyende during the night, with some people drowning in the flood waters and others hit by collapsing walls, the region’s police spokesperson Michael Kasadha said.
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Senator Melaye: Governor Bello will end up in prison

Dino Melaye, senator representing Kogi west, says Yahaya Bello, governor of Kogi state, will end up in prison for alleged corruption.

Police in Cross River arrest 11 suspected murderers, cultists

The Police command in Cross River State has arrested nine (9) suspected murderers and two cultists in the state.

NCAA to demolish over 7,000 telecommunication masts

Over 7,000 telecommunication masts and towers belonging to Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) providers erected nationwide may soon be pulled down by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA).