It has been several days since I read a publication denigrating, disparaging and vilifying the Executive Governor of Rivers State, His Excellency Chief (Barr.) Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, CON, GSSRS, POS (Africa), FNIPR over the caution he issued to the Amanyanabo of Kalabari Kingdom, His Serene Majesty, King Theophilus J. T. Princewill, after the latter received and granted audience to Bayelsa State Governor, His Excellency, Hon. Seriake Dickson, without prior notification to the Rivers State Governor.
By Paulinus Nsirim
As usual, we were amused by the lame effort by the 2015 Defunct Rivers State APC Governorship Candidate, Mr Dakuku Peterside to seek political relevance through a jaundiced interpretation of a mischievously edited video of the interaction between Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike and esteemed Traditional Rulers of Rivers State.
By Nimi Thom-Manuel
The beauty of any housing estate comes when there are impressive and imposing housing units clustered in an exclusive area with the control, maintenance, and sustainability of the desired aesthetic ambience. Many housing estates exist in this country, from east to west and from north to south, but the question is how regulated are they or how do they conform with the best practices as stipulated by the United Nations or any other regulatory body?
By Simeon Nwakaudu
For many decades, the struggle for resource control for the overall development of the Niger Delta has been a top priority. Leaders over the years adopted several methods to ensure that Niger Delta oil resources were deployed for the benefit of the people. These methods have had varying degrees of success.
Dr. Mrs Seinye O. B. Lulu-Briggs, widow of High Chief Dr. O. B. Lulu-Briggs has responded to the alleged cancellation of her husband's January 25, 2020 burial date which was announced by her son Dumo and the family Chiefs last month. She believes that the burial is still achievable because the pre-conditions which the Ghana High Court ordered Dumo to fulfill before by the release of his father's body for burial by the Ghanaian police and the mortuary are not difficult. She clarifies that she was not ordered to release the body of her husband as Dumo falsely claims in the media. The order according to her and as contained in the judgement of the High Court of Ghana was directed at both the Ghanaian Police and the mortuary who have custody of the body.