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The Association of People Living with Sickle Cell Disorder have beefed up their media arsenal of sensitization campaign by securing airtime with Unizik FM and entering a partnership with NOUN Bulletin, the official bulletin of National Open University, Abagana Study centre.
Speaking to the press during a media briefing, the coordinator of the Association, Aisha Edwards expressed joy at the homely gesture extended to the Association by Professor Stella Okunna, the Head of Department Mas Communication Department Unizik, who deemed it pertinent that the association be accorded airtime in the University’s community radio station to enable her continue an effective sensitization campaign for the sickle cell scourge.
P+ Measurement Services, the first Independent Communications/PR Measurement Agency in Nigeria and also the only member of the International Association for the Measurement & Evaluation of Communication (AMEC) in Nigeria, will be partnering with Media Monitor Ghana, to Co-Host “Measure what Matters”.
The state-wide broadcast of the Anambra State Governor, Chief
Willie Obiano, promising that Anambra State Government will ‘waive’ some
draconian taxes is a sign of coming victory for the masses of Anambra state on
the terms of the vibrant opposition in the state in which vanguard we proudly
With this promise of an announcement from a cornered oppressor
who has fallen to people’s power, the long-suffering people of Anambra State
are once again set to snatch freedom from the jaws of tyranny.
Nigerian school pupils are expected to resume studies on 22nd of September, 2016 after a long summer vacation which will herald the beginning of new school’s annual academic calendar.
Summer holidays as its widely christened is a period of the year where schools, institutions and firms set aside to allow their pupils and staff to observe an annual break to unwind with their families and love ones.
Legends they say are not born every day neither do they die as they live forever, encircling our times and space with their memories and chivalry by which we remember them.
Same goes for Dr. Chuba Wilberforce Okadigbo, a legend in all modes by which legends are identified and cast in. Okadigbo, towers above a number of statesmen, dead or alive who traversed the earth. Stamping his imprint upon our weathers, he did not do this with machetes, guns or magic, though he was magical and dazzled many with it, it was not the magic of the dark arts, no! Okadigbo was simply brilliant!
Jessica Beer, a 19-year-old female student of Dyege Memorial College, Akpehe, Makurdi, Benue State, on Wednesday committed suicide after her boyfriend, identified simply as Labi, impregnated another girl and subsequently dumped her.
A close friend of the victim, who did not want her name mentioned, told our correspondent that Beer killed herself because she loved Labi and could not accept that she had been jilted.
The friend further said her late friend believed that after impregnating another girl, her future plans with Labi was in jeopardy.
FORMER Minister of Aviation and Ex- Spokesperson to former President Goodluck Jonathan, Chief Femi Fani- Kayode has revealed that the five plane crashes that occurred between 2005 and 2006 were man-made, planned and the 453 victims were sacrifices. According to him, most of our leaders are not human beings, just as he described them as very callous and cold- blooded reptiles and certified psychopaths. Fani-Kayode who disclosed this in a Facebook post said, “Most of our leaders are not human. They are what Mr. David Icke, the famous British historian and public speaker describes as “hybrids” and “reptilians” who are working for a hidden hand and some very dark and sinister forces. “It is in that context that you can understand their exceptional callousness. They are cold-blooded reptiles and certified psychopaths. “Between 2005 and 2006, just before I was redeployed as Minister to the Ministry of Aviation, there were 5 plane crashes in Nigeria in one year. “453 innocent souls perished in those crashes in that year alone. All of them were man-made and planned. They were sacrifices.
The Minister of Mines and Steel Development, Kayode Fayemi, said that licences for mining of coal for power generation had not been awarded since the emergence of the current administration.
Mr. Fayemi said this at a stakeholders and press meeting on pre-Sustainability in the Extractive Industries (SITEI) at the ministry on Wednesday in Abuja.
The minister was represented by Egghead Odewale, Technical Adviser/Chief of Staff of the Minister.
He said the Federal Government had stated that coal mining licences would be issued only to companies interested in generating electricity from coal.
Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) of Imo State extraction, who had hitherto held the state through pipeline vandalism , on Wednesday, stormed the Government House, Owerri, in trucks, where they surrendered their arms and ammunition, to Governor Rochas Okorocha and all security chiefs in the state. The ex-militants stormed Owerri, at mid-day, with white T-shirts, bearing the inspiration “Disarmament of agitators powered by the Niger Delta Youths Volunteer Peace Advocacy, condemned oil companies operating in the area for their insensitivity to the plight of the people.