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Rivers State: Which Way To Go?

By Pastor Barasin Amangi

Growing up as a young boy in Port Harcourt after the war, I saw a beautiful Garden City, a peaceful and prospering environment, a place of pleasure where people from the neighbouring states within the South-South and South East trouped in to ease their stress and enjoyed themselves every weekend, an upcoming vicinity also catching the fancy of investors entering with different business ideas to develop and a place shining like a light that attracted great attention within the nation of Nigeria.

Army Election Investigative Panel: An Image Laundering Exercise

By Hon (Barr) Emma Wonodi

I totally demur to, and disagree with the current setting up of an Army Election Investigation Panel into the 2019 General Elections. This Panel, it's further revealed, is to also investigate the recent alleged attempt to assassinate Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State by some soldiers in Port Harcourt.

Tit-For-Tat: Magnus Abe Replies Tolos

Ordinarily you said nothing new, pretty much all you said was the same MAGNUS, WIKE, AND JUDICIARY theory, and I can live with that.

Is the Nigerian Army now on the Ballot in Rivers State?

By Simeon Nwakaudu

Ahead of the Governorship and State Assembly elections, all the Ethnic Nationalities of Rivers State raised the alarm on credible intelligence gathered on the plot by the Nigerian Army to subvert the will of Rivers people through terror,  election materials snatching and manipulation.

Letter To The Editor: Re: AAC's Position On Suspension  Of Electoral Process In Rivers

It was indeed a good spectacle to watch one Engr. Awara Biokpomabo address a section of the media Monday evening on what he called “State of the March 9 Governorship and House of Assembly elections in Rivers State.