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|Posted By: celest|
Posted On: February 28th
I claim my son Jeremy lee Dorasamy for the kingdom of God !man of God !my son is in westville prison awaiting bail application I'm asking God to take him out of prison ,his father abandon us when I was pregnant.he joined the wrong company and became drug addicted and as a result started to sell drugs to support his habbit .he is my eldest son and I'm asking God to set him free from jail .I'm a poor person right now ,we lost everything ,Jeremy doesn't get things other boys get ,I want God to use him in the kingdom ,man of God u said if God doesn't give up we shldnt give up on our children ,please pray for Jeremy with me ,thanking Jesus Christ in advance for the miracle ,thank u papa
|Posted By: Ejiroghene Elvis|
Posted On: February 28th
Former Governorship Aspirant of Delta State released a Single Track titled ‘’DEVELOP NIGERIA’’ as a signatory tune to support the TRANSFORMATION Agenda of the Federal Republic of Nigeria under the leadership of Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan.
Chief Isaac Emetitiri the Eku born statesman released a Single Track titled ‘’Develop Nigeria’’ in which he urged and advice all Nigerian leaders both Religious, Political, Military and Police forces, all Ministries including Transport sector, Traders, Musicians, Actors, Legislature and sundry to come together to join hands and Develop Nigeria to make it a better place for ourselves and children born and unborn stressing that leaders of the country should use the country's fund to develop Nigeria ensuring steady electric power supply, good roads, better schools & employments for Nigerians. He said to save Nigeria from the present underdevelopment and corruption good governance is now imperative in the country. Chief Emetitiri who is preparing to visit the presidency including the Thirty Six state governors on tour.
He finally pointed out the reason for his Single Track ‘’DEVELOP NIGERIA’’ as a Signatory Tune in promoting the awareness, discipline and struggle for the TRANSFORMATION of the Federal Republic of Nigeria stressing that Music is a communicative weapon to unite, glorify and disseminate moral messages to the people and to stir up development in Nigeria to the highest level.
|Posted By: Julius|
Posted On: February 27th
The comrade governor has done well,people can't just die like that,we need people like you sir,i thank others that joined the move as well,stay bless.Julis in diaspora
|Posted By: opnonye paul|
Posted On: February 26th
pls i urgently need tne full address and gsm no of the woman herbal doctor.
|Posted By: Chris Ogbebor|
Posted On: February 25th
Moderate tax rates being paid by all income earners (government and private) is far better than outrageous tax rates to be paid only by government workers. If every income earner in the country pays his/her rate as at when due, everything will be fine and the country will be better for it but a situation where tax payment is directed only at government workers is not helpful.
There should be no sacred cow in the payment of tax. It is a civic duty of every law abiding citizen in a civilized society.
|Posted By: Alfred I. Okokoro|
Posted On: February 24th
One good turn they say deserves another. That is the saying of the wise. Indeed, Ososo community deserves a commissioner for standing firm for the re-election of our comrade governor, Adams Aliyu Oshiomole. It is on record that the massive turn out by Ososo people during the second term bids of Governor Adams Oshiomole cannot be overemphasize. I am sure the governor is not ignorant of what transpired during the election that gave him victory for the second term.We are very grateful to Mr. governor for the historic appointment of the first Ososo indigenous commissioner since the existence of Ososo community over two hundred years ago. While we support the nomination and appointment of an Ososo person as commissioner, I don't belief that Mrs Jemitola is the suitable candidate for the position as of now judging from her performance in her first appointment. It is therefore advisable that the governor should look for somebody of impeccable character who is capable of delivery dividend of democracy to the people of Edo state and not someone like Jemitola who rode on her peoples' back to become a commissioner and then turn her back against them. Those who are canvassing for her reappointment do not mean well for Ososo people, perhap they are doing so not because they love Ososo more than the rest of us but for their parochial and clannish interest. Yes, Ososo people deserves to be compensated but not to be compensated with the former commissioner as being canvass for by parochial minded individuals of ososo who claimed to be the mouth piece of the people for the purpose of re-appointing Mrs Jemitola as a commissioner. I wish to say here that those who are campaigning for her re-appointment do not have the mandate of the entire Ososo community and therefore cannot speak on behalf of the community. Those mentioned as mouth piece of Ososo community are mere sectional spoke men who represent a fraction of the community known as Unukhuesa where the former commissioner and now commissioner nominee hail from. It is on record that her greatest achievement as the then commissioner in the state was the construction of a roundabout in front of her house that is neither useful to her or the community she hailed from. This is because a roundabout is not and can never be the priority of Ososo people. One of the most serious problem facing Ososo people today is not the problem of traffic congestion but none availability of clean drinking water and yet she neglected it because she could afford to sank a borehole in her house. Another area that demanded her attention and indeed government attention under her ministry then was a total renovation of Ososo tourist center which has a potential of providing job opportunity for the teaming youths of Akokoedo but my then commissioner had eyes but could not see beyond her nose. It is also on record that most of the primary schools in Ososo town are in dilapidated shape and unfortunately, a woman with such golden opportunity could not affect the lives of her people positively. One of her campaign chairman did mentioned in his write up that Mrs Jemitola's Non governmental organization had ever brought some medical team to Ososo to treat the people of eyes related problems free. Sad enough the author did not mention how Mrs Jemitola hijacked a programm that was initiated by a well respected and philanthropist community leader to suit her parochial political purpose. The memory of that programme is still very fresh in the mind of many of us till to day. Another thing she has done that her apostles of praise singers are clapping hands for is the introduction of Ososo carnival. If I may ask: what have the youths benefit from this vision less yearly rituals when many of the youths have to go borrowing in order to return back to their stations at the end of the carnival?. A leader with a vision should know what the needs of the people are before embarking on a worthless programme. As far as concerned Ososoans are concern the return of Mrs jemitola as commissioner in this present dispensation will portend more harm to the people than good. She can never be trusted again because she has betrayed the trust and confidence reposed in her. She is more of a clannish and sectional leader than she is being portray by her gospel singers. Some of her many sins against the people include forcefully taken a transformer meant for another quarters to her house, greed. etc.I sincerely hope that governor Adams will not make mistakes of imposing Mrs Jemitola upon the people of Ososo as there is every indication that the governor is not ready to listen to voices of reasons. However, her imposition upon the people will certainly generate a lot of tension in Ososo land. For the interest of peace I advise that the governor should go for a more acceptable candidate within and among the people of Ososo to fill the post. We have men and women of value who know where shoes pitches them and can match vision and foresight to together to produce dividend of democracy for Ososo people. We have men and women of intellects and intelligentsia who have been tested and trusted and can take the people of Ososo to the next level. We need a commissioner who will unite Ososo people and not a commissioner who will divide us along clannish and sectional interest. We need a commissioner who will give to the people what belong to them and not a commissioner who will take what belong to the people for herself. Long live Ososo community! Long live Akoko-Edo!! Long live Edo state!!!
|Posted By: eavedrop44|
Posted On: February 23rd
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|Posted By: Igbinadolor Wilson|
Posted On: February 22nd
there is no reason to clash with Evhomore, they are our closest neighbors and friends. we need them as they need us too. together we will avart other traitors. long live Ekosodin, long live Benin City, long live Edo State and Long Live Federal Republic of Nigeria
|Posted By: nelson|
Posted On: February 22nd
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|Posted By: Benn|
Posted On: February 21st
This story above is very vague and lack substance. The writer fails to tell the reader what the case is all about, what the accuse persons are in court for, why they lecturers where dismissed from their job.
|Posted By: vincent|
Posted On: February 21st
pls can the movie hotel de jordan be seen by young ones maybe on the internet?
|Posted By: Chris Ogbebor|
Posted On: February 20th
The Ehor-Ukpogo-Ugianmwen-Emuhi-Ekpoma road is vital to the economic survival of the people living in that part of Edo State. In addition, Ukpogo, Ugbiyikho and Ugianmwen are the food basket of many towns in Edo State and neighbouring States. Successive governments in the State have been neglecting that road to the extent that it is now "a no go area" by motorists - it is no longer motorable.
Farmers who live on the proceeds from their farms are now living in a very pitiable condition. The other day, one bus managed to get to Ugianmwen market and the market-women sold their pineapples and other food items to the women who hired the vehicle from Uromi. They were happy even the buyers said they would not pay until they come to the market again. Unfortunately, the bus got stuck at a portion in Emuhi, every effort to move the bus failed until it emptied its content. All the goods were left to rot in a heap at Emuhi there.
The above is just one of the terrible situations the people of these towns/villages are going through.
I am therefore calling on the people's governor, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole to please come to the rescue of these people by making the road motorable once again.
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Posted On: February 19th
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|Posted By: michael patrson|
Posted On: February 19th
the so called amnesty office has to pay the monthly allowance,what happened to the NUJ has noting to do with the amnesty agitators,people are starving.not paying the money on time will warrant this boys to do more of what they are not expected to do.the leaders are the instigator of what is happening.the federal government said this boys should be paid with the amount of 65,000 per month but the leaders are paying the boys 40,000 per month which is not adequate and sufficient at all.you people should do something about it.
|Posted By: Richard Ofeinmu|
Posted On: February 18th
I hope this is not just mere discussion on the pages of newspapers. We are tired of listening to unfulfilled news; what we need now is action. Many of us still remain in doubt until action is put on course.
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