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PDP'S RE-INCARNATION – By Osondu Ahirika

Do you believe in reincarnation? The religious or philosophical concept that the soul or spirit, after biological death, can begin a new life. It is most pronounced in the African traditional society. Folks’, that’s what the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, touted as Africa’s largest party is about to manifest in …

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AKWA IBOM ELECTIONS: APC’S ILLOGIC

The gubernatorial election overwhelmingly won by PDP on April 11, 2015 has continued to generate altercation and bad blood from APC which lost that contest owing to realistic fundamentals that could not have been otherwise. It would b recalled that APC fought that battle against zoning; against justice and equity. …

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Applications for the 2015/2016 NNPC/CHEVRON JOINT Undergraduate Scholarship is currently open.

Chevron Nigeria Limited, in collaboration with its Joint Venture partner, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), is offering a number of University Scholarship Awards to suitably qualified Nigerian students. E-applications are invited from full-time SECOND YEAR (200 LEVEL) degree students of the under-listed courses, in Nigerian Universities: Accountancy Agricultural Engineering/Agricultural …

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CIVIL SOCIETY GROUPS GATHER IN UYO FOR ‪#‎10PERCENT4YOUTH‬S ADVOCACY CAMPAIGN

A cross section of CSOs, NGOs, youth bodies and pressure groups meet in Uyo, the capital of Akwa Ibom State for a Legislative Advocacy Training Workshop on #10Percent4Youth in the Niger Delta region. The well attended event was organized by Youth Alive Foundation in partnership with USAID Nigeria and PIND …

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SPOTLIGHT ON THE ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE AKWA IBOM STATE MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND MINERAL RESOURCES UNDER PRINCE ENOBONG UWAH

Friday, May 29, 2015 will officially signal the end of Governor Godswill Akpabio-led administration. Ordinary, it is expected that by now different public officers, government parastatals and ministries under the present state government would be taking stock in order to help the public make an unbiased assessment of their performance …

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