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Rivers 2019: Beyond A Fallen Godfather's Dictatorial Politics

By Simeon Nwakaudu

Don't be deceived by the antics of the fallen political godfather, 2019 in Rivers State will not be determined by the "follow-follow" use of ill-gotten state funds to coerce a few lieutenants into accepting a pliant godson.

We’ll Take Collective Decision On Presidential Aspirant – Wike

...Reacts To Princewill’s Comment On Amaechi
Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has stated that the entire leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP ) in the state will decide on the PDP Presidential Aspirant to support ahead of the party's Presidential Primary.

Chief Akaninwo Drums Support For Gov Wike's 2nd Term Bid

One of the respected Ikwerre Traditional Rulers, Chief Enyinda Kingsley Akaninwo, Eze Orluwocha (V) of Rumueme Kingdom in Obio/Akpor Local Government Area of Rivers State, has joined millions of Governor Nyesom Wike's supporters to campaign for his second term bid.

Rivers 2019: Tonye Cole Doesn't Relate With His Kalabari Kinsmen - Sara-Igbe

What does Rt. Hon. Rotimi Ameachi really want? Is he playing out or confirming the hidden Ikwerre Agenda? Does he truly want the APC to win an election or capture power in 2019 or he wants the Party to lose so that Ikwerre sons will remain as Governor and Minister?

Late Sir (Barr) Emmanuel Chinwenwo Aguma, SAN A Legal Iroko Goes Home, Saturday, September 15, 2018 By Ken Asinobi

The iroko is arguably the tallest, strongest and most iconic tree in the forests of Africa.  As a king in the forest, the iroko provides shelter to animals and humans alike.  It is often referred to as 'African teak' because of its astonishingly multi-faceted value. And in most cultures, when a great man dies, his demise is likened to the fall of an iroko.