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Okowa under Fire for Giving Away ₦40 billion Asaba International Airport for ₦4 billion

Okowa under Fire for Giving Away ₦40 billion Asaba International Airport for ₦4 billion

[responsivevoice] Outrage and scathing criticisms have trailed Wednesday’s concessioning exercise of the ₦40 billion Asaba International Airport by the Delta State government to a Consortium, Asaba Airport Company Ltd. The concession is for a 30-year period and would fetch the government ₦4 billion. The Asaba International Airport was one of the legacy projects of the

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Uduaghan Cites Regional Development as Reason for Defection

The most commonly advanced reason for Emmanuel Uduaghan, immediate past governor of Delta State to dump the People’s Democratic Party, PDP for the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC has been his ambition to go to the Senate. At least that is the refrain from his associates and sympathisers. But those who say this perhaps forgot

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Uduaghan Sends Jitters to Major Opponent In Own Territory

For Emmanuel Uduaghan, the immediate past governor of Delta State and candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC for Delta South senatorial district in the February 16 National Assembly polls, it’s been harvest of goodwill all the way as he traversed the various communities and ethnic groups making up the senatorial district canvassing for votes.

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2019: Ibori’s Political Family in Disarray

  Desperate moves by forces loyal to Governor Ifeanyi Okowa in Delta State to whittle down the political influence of one-time governor of the state and acclaimed godfather of Delta politics, James Ibori, which led to the exit of Emmanuel Uduaghan, the immediate past governor from the PDP now threaten the cohesion of the hitherto

Uduaghan Presents Delta’s 2015 budget

Emmanuel Uduaghan, Delta State Governor, has presented a budget proposal of N327.68bn for the 2015 fiscal year to the State House of Assembly in Asaba. Uduaghan said the estimate contained a recurrent expenditure of N161.6bn and N166.07bn capital estimates, representing 49.32 and 50.68 percent respectively. He added that the 2015 proposed budget was lower than

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