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Marriage And Divorce In Ogoni Culture

Culture as we know defines a people's way of life. In Ogoni land, marriage practices defer based on backgrounds and tribes.

       While most marriage practices in Ogoni are repugnant, others are inoffensive and enjoyable. Surprisingly, some tribes in Nigeria have the wrong perception that marriage in Ogoni is a deathtrap for females.

Rivers: Wike And The Lethal Electoral Conspiracy

Fears are rife that the 2019 elections may be marred. If this happens, hold the security agencies and the electoral umpire responsible. The fears seem to be so real that the EU officials paid a visit to the Buhari Campaign Organisation to extract commitments to elections. Campaign DG Chibuike Amaechi made a promise of credible polls even when he knew he meant the opposite. Recently, a US Agency (USIP) has raised the red flag and warned of electoral violence in eight states of Rivers, Kano, Ekiti, Kaduna, Lagos, Plateau, Anambra an Adamawa. This is indication of fears on the side of the international community, a recurring decimal that characterize Nigeria's elections.  Of all these, Rivers faces the worst threat because everything has been “put in place” to write results and bring down Gov Nyesom Wike at all cost.

EFCC's 11 Charges Against Fayose           

The charges, numbering 11, include offences bothering on receiving illegal monies to fund his 2014 governorship campaign in Ekiti State, among other allegations of benefitting from proceeds of money laundering.

PDP Ex-Councillors Accuse Buhari Of Witch-Hunting Fayose

The National PDP ex-Councilors Forum has condemned in its entirety the continued detention of the immediate past governor of Ekiti State, Mr. Peter Ayodele Fayose by the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC), calling on President Buhari to stop using the anti-graft agency to fight opposition in the name of fighting corruption.

S’ Court Orders FG To Pay Rivers, Bayelsa, A’Ibom States More Oil Money

The Supreme Court in a landmark judgment Wednesday ordered the federal government to adjust its share of proceeds from the sale of crude oil whenever the price exceeds $20 per barrel.