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Recurrence of flood and the need for Government proactiveness

Recent headlines are tinted towards the flood incidences ravaging most part of the country like Edo, Bayelsa, Kogi, Niger, Adamawa, with several warnings from The Nigeria Hydrological Services Agency (NIHSA), The National Emergency Management…

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The Power Of “Power”

An adequate power supply is an unavoidable prerequisite to any nation’s development, electricity generation, transmission, distribution are capital-intensive activities requiring huge resources of both funds and capacity. It is widely…

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Bayelsa: Tales Of Fear.

Preokosifa, Oyinprebi Prosper. Every clime has its means of commuting; here in Nigeria, its majorly done by road. There is the motor car, motorcycle, taxi, bus and the tricycle popularly…

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2019: Political ignorance and the Nigerian nation

In recent weeks, the polity has been entertained with so much political drama; ranging from party crisscrossing between political heavyweights to barricading of homes of political opponents. We also witnessed…

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Editorials Niger Delta News

Change:  Road To 2019

Preokosifa, Oyinprebi Prosper There have been so many wraps of change lately. If I recall correctly, it all began with former U.S president Barack Obama using it as his campaign…

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Editorials Niger Delta News

Bayelsa State Health Insurance Scheme: A Legacy

By Tina Walson                                                       …

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Editorials Security & Crime

That Midnight Call

David, Nengi The strident sound pierced through my dream to awaken me from my sleep. I instinctively reached for the offending object beside the bed; my phone. My eyes seem…

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CRITICAL REASONING: The First Step to Developing Bayelsa

Thinking back as a kid, who would have guessed the future of Bayelsa state would still be this bleak. With the creation of the state which was greeted with wild…

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Editorials Niger Delta News

IYC Today And The Vision Of Her Founding Fathers

Ijaw youth council (IYC) is a civil organization, founded in 1998, which supports the interests of the Ijaw ethnic group of the Niger Delta according to Wikipedia. The marginalization of…

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NYSC: Service or Suffering?

Preokosifa, Oyinprebi Prosper The Nigerian government on 22 May 1973 set up the National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) scheme under the regime of Gen. Yakubu Gowon. The aim was and…

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