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Tuesday, 22 July 2014 14:58


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Omuma Local Government Caretaker committee Chairman, Hon. Emeka Nwogu has promised Omuma people unequalled quality service delivery. Hon. Nwogu said this at Eberi during the inauguration of new political appointees. The Chairman charged the appointees to support his administration with meaningful ideas that would bring positive change in Omuma,  promising   that Omuma general hospital will be renovated soon. He stated that youth’s empowerment was a priority for his administration and enjoined Omuma people to give full support to All progressive Congress (A.P.C.) for change.

Tuesday, 22 July 2014 14:57


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The Caretaker Committee Chairman of Obio/Akpor Local Government Council, Dr Lawrence Chukwu has called on Royal Fathers, Chiefs, Women, Youth, and Indigenes without borders living in Obio/Akpor Local Government Area to be security conscious. He made the call at the Stakeholders meeting held at the council headquarters, Rumuodomaya recently. Dr. chukwu pointed out that the meeting was the first since his assumption of office as Chairman of the council, adding that it was meant to intimate the traditional rulers of the inauguration of a new government in the area, assuring that normalcy has been restored to enable workers discharge their responsibilities without fear of molestation.

The Rivers State Government has pledged that it would continue to remit the Federal Allocation to the third tier Government in the State in full. State Commissioner for Local Government Affairs, Mr. Samuel Eyiba said this while declaring open a two-day training workshop for Local Government Chairmen, Supervisors, Caretaker Committee Members, Heads of Local Government Administration, Heads of Personnel Management and Treasurers of the 23 Local Government in the State. Mr. Eyiba explained that the Government’s gesture was borne out of Governor Amaechi’s desire to grant financial autonomy to the grassroots Government and charged the operators of the Councils to ensure that the citizenry in their respective communities are catered for.

Tuesday, 22 July 2014 14:53


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RSG has stated that the forthcoming Native and Vogue fashion show is geared towards creating jobs for young people in the State. Commissioner of Information and Communications, Mrs. Ibim Semenitari said this recently while briefing journalists on the forth coming 2014 Edition of Native and Vogue fashion show  in Port Harcourt. Mrs. Semenitari said that Native and Vogue was conceived by Governor Amaechi to create opportunity for young people who are in the creative industry and to make Port Harcourt a place to live, work and do business.

According to her, “Governor Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi while conceiving the idea of native and vogue thought it wise to create job opportunities for young people who are in the creative industry”.

Wednesday, 16 July 2014 00:00


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The Rivers State Government in furtherance of its open government policy has commenced its tour of all the wards in the 23 local government areas of the state.

The tour commenced yesterday July 15, 2014 with wards in the Ikwerre Local Government Area of Rivers State.

"As we enter the last lap of our administration, it is imperative that we go round to see what governance gaps remain in our quest to guarantee the life of present and future generations. Governor Amaechi said. " We are determined to finish strong and so we must cross the T's and dot the I's." Governor Amaechi said. The tour of the wards is expected to last for two months.

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