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Imo APC women protest to Police, demand cancellation of ward congress

Some All Progressives Congress women in Imo State staged a protest on Friday at the Police Command, demanding cancellation of the ward congress and the holding of a fresh congress.

Visually impaired persons urge Governor Okorocha to fulfil promises

The Chairman, Imo Chapter of Nigerian Association of the blind, Mr Christopher Kalu, has urged Gov. Rochas Okorocha to fulfil the promises he made to visually impaired persons in the state.

Imo govt investigates death of pupil frogmarched by soldiers

The Imo State Government said it had started investigation into the death of Queendaline Ekezie, a 15-year-old pupil of Army Day Secondary School, Obinze, Owerri, who collapsed and died during an intense punishment by soldiers in the school.

School feeding programme, other factors boosting enrolment across Southern Nigeria – Survey

The Home Grown Feeding Programme is boosting school enrolment across the country, a survey by the News Agency of Nigeria, NAN, has revealed.

Governor Okorocha swears-in 28 commissioners, 27 local council transition c’ttee chairmen

Governor Rochas Okorocha has Sworn-in Twenty-Eight (28) new Commissioners and Twenty-Seven (27) Transition Committee Chairmen of the 27 Local Government Councils in the State, telling them that they have been appointed to come and prove their worths in the service of the State and her people.

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