Author Archives: Adekunbi Ero

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I Am Still Pained Awolowo Did Not Take Western Region Out of Nigeria – Idahosa

I Am Still Pained Awolowo Did Not Take Western Region Out of Nigeria – Idahosa

Ahead of his 68th birthday on September 21, 2021, Charles Ekhoeutownen Idahosa, a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP in Edo State and former political adviser to immediate past governor of the state, Adams Oshiomhole, hosted a media parley at his Airport Road residence where he bared his mind on burning national issues. Adekunbi

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COVID-19: The Jab or Your Job

….Edo Govt Reads Riot Act to Vaccine-Resisting Public Servants With effect from September 15, 2021 when implementation of compulsory vaccination for all residents of Edo State would come into force, the state government on Thursday told its teachers, health workers and other public servants, to choose between taking the jab or losing their jobs. Reading

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COVID-19 3rd Wave: Obaseki Worried as Seven More Unvaccinated Residents Die in 48 Hours

The death toll from the third wave of the deadly coronavirus infection in Edo State has hit 33, bringing to 221 the total number of persons who have died of the virus since its outbreak in March 2020. The state government is however worried that more unvaccinated persons were dying of the virus since the

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Edo SSG Loses Elder Brother to COVID-19

Secretary to Edo State Government, SSG Osarodion Ogie has lost his elder brother, John Ogie to COVID-19. The late Ogie, according to a statement by the state chapter of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party, PDP died of the dreaded virus Monday September 6, 2021. The statement, signed by Chris Osa Nehikhare, state publicity secretary of

NARD Demands Sack of Labour, Health Ministers as Minimum Conditions to Call Off Strike

The striking National Association of Resident Doctors, NARD has given as its minimum requirements to call off its 151-day-old strike, the sack of labour and health ministers, Chris Ngige, and Osagie Ehanire, respectively as well as payment of114 of its members owed between five and seven months salaries. Speaking Tuesday on Channels Television breakfast programe,

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E-Registration: Edo PDP Targets One Million Members

With the commencement of the e-registration exercise of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party, PDP in Edo State on Monday, the party says its target is one million members. At the flag-off of the nationwide exercise, the Chairman of the state’s E-registration Committee, Kabiru Adjoto, expressed optimism that with the cooperation of party members, stakeholders and

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Sowore: How I Escaped from Kidnappers’ Den – Rescued Rev. Sister

Contrary to the claim by the Edo State Police Command that it rescued one of the kidnap victims out of the five abducted around Okada on Saturday where the younger brother of Omoyele Sowore, Olajide was killed, the victim, Emmanuella Anyanwu, said to be a Catholic reverend sister, on Monday told newsmen that she indeed

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Igbinedion University Mourns Sowore, Says He was Excellent Student

The management of Igbinedion University, Okada, Edo State has described it’s late student, Felix Olajide Sowore, as “a student who exhibited good conduct and excellent performance in his studies”, stating that his death was an “irreparable loss”. The late Sowore was the younger brother of Sahara Reporters publisher, Omoyele Sowore. He was killed Saturday morning

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Sowore: Edo Police Rescue Kidnapped Catholic Rev. Sister

One of the five persons kidnapped by suspected killer herdsmen on Saturday at the spot Olajide Sowore, younger brother of Omoyele Sowore, Sahara Reporters publisher was killed at Isuwa, near Okada, Edo State, has been rescued by men of the state police command. The state police public relations officer, PPRO Bello Kontongs identified the rescued

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