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Governor Dickson: Why APC can’t be entrusted with Bayelsa people’s mandate

Governor of Bayelsa State, Seriake Dickson, on Tuesday has once more said the All Progressives Congress (APC) cannot win elections in Bayelsa State.

The poor are entitled to equal opportunity

In view of the importance of Education and Public Service Reforms, and the widespread interest our decisions have generated, it is my firm belief that I should address the entire state on the issue. This is to ensure that everyone that lives in Kaduna State understands what we have done, and why they have been done.

Special courts to try over 6,000 Bayelsa suspected payroll fraudsters

At least 6,280 suspected payroll fraudsters and employment racketeers in the civil service in Bayelsa are to face special courts currently being set up by the Bayelsa State Government, according to a report.

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