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    Rivers police investigate murder of Amaechi’s uncle

Rivers police investigate murder of Amaechi’s uncle

The Rivers state command of the Nigeria Police Force is investigating the alleged killing of Mr. Sabinus Ordu, the vice principal of Government Secondary School, Aluu, Rivers state and uncle of governor of Rivers state, Rotimi Amaechi.Ordu was hacked to death at his farmland in Ubima village, Ikwerre local government area of the state, on Monday.After waiting earnestly for his return, his [...]

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    LG chair alleges torture over Jonathan’s billboard

LG chair alleges torture over Jonathan’s billboard

Chairman of Omuma local government caretaker committee, Rivers state, Honourable Emeka Wogu, has threatened legal action against the Rivers state police command for alleged arresting and unlawfully detaining him over destruction of the billboards of President Goodluck Jonathan.Wogu condemned his arrest, saying he was only subjected to the shabby treatment because of his loyalty to Governor Rotimi Amaechi.He said his reputation [...]

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    10 die in Bonny Island boat mishap

10 die in Bonny Island boat mishap

Ten people died at about 7:45am on Friday in Rivers state when a boat capsized while conveying about 35 passengers from Bonny Island to Port Harcourt.Onimode Bandele, coordinator of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), confirmed the tragic incident.“We can confirm that 10 persons died early today when a Port Harcourt-bound passenger boat sank,” he told AFP.“Rescue efforts are ongoing and the [...]

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    Amaechi blames government for rising insecurity

Amaechi blames government for rising insecurity

The growing insecurity and high rate of unemployment in the country are the result of government's failure to provide education for all, Rivers State governor Rotimi Amaechi said on Monday.Speaking at the 2nd Progressive Governance Lecture Series of the All Progressive Congress (APC), titled Crisis in Nigeria’s Education Sector: Addressing The Connect Between Unemployment and Insecurity, Amaechi decried the high percentage of [...]

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