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    Rivers/Bayelsa oil well rift

    In recent weeks, the Governors of Rivers and Bayelsa states, Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi and Henry Seriake Dickson, respectively, have been embroiled in a rift over the ownership of Elem-Sangana and Soku oil wells.

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    ‘I pray our oil will dry up’

    Beloved members of Press Clips Pentecostal Church (PCPC).  We have every cause to bless the name of the Lord today and every day because we are a blessed country, we are a lucky country, we are country that should not lack anything.  We are God’s own country, a country endowed with everything, such that other…

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  • charly-boy

    Live your life

    Today, the fake reality of our existence has provoked this topic. We, Nigerians have continued to live a life that we ordinarily are not supposed to live. We have made aristocracy our most admirable way of life. We all crave to belong to a class that is often defined by wealth.

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    Figures behind the facts of Obama’s victory

    Americans went to the polls last week to perform their civic duty of either electing a brand new President or confirming the incumbent President, Barack Obama, for another term of four years. It was a nerve-wracking exercise that left Americans and, indeed, the entire world in gripping suspense – which at the end of the…

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  • National Assimbley

    …Prominent Nigerians want N’Assembly probe

    From IKENNA EMEWU, Abuja The dust raised by the drama that attended the submission of the Petroleum Revenue Special Task Force report headed by Malam Nuhu Ribadu has refused to abate. Prominent Nigerians called that the issue should not be allowed to be swept under the carpet like previous corruption allegations in the past one…

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