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Newly recruited TVET teachers boost technical education in Edo – Osagie

Roadmap for Esanland: Lest we regret

Last year when Senator Daisy Danjuma threw her weight behind Governor Godwin Obaseki at an event in Lagos, the PDP hurled all manner of invectives at the wife of General TY Danjuma. The party criticized her for supporting a failed governor, saying. “The commissioned 5 star specialist hospital is still home to reptiles, Tayo Akpata University of Education an unfulfilled political Greek gift, College of Agriculture Ogierieki, a victim of policy lip-service, the Gelegele sea port project is still a mirage and the industrial park is still at the MOU level. The governor you are endorsing have left 14 constituencies unrepresented in the state house of assembly, to mention a few.”

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Big trouble, as more Nigerians sink deeper into poverty

Secondus, Adeniran, Odumakin, others decry role of military in elections

•Raise alarm on Edo, Ondo polls By Dirisu Yakubu Dictators are not in the business of allowing elections that could remove them from their homes,”- Gene Sharp in “From Dictatorship to Democracy Two decades of uninterrupted democracy in Nigeria, elections have continued to fetch the nation local and international flaks. From general elections to staggered
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Patrick Obahiagbon

Ize-Iyamu, Oshiomhole  unstoppable in Edo — Patrick Obahiagbon 

FORMER Member, House of Representatives and Vice Chairman, National Campaign Council, All Progressives Congress, APC, for the September 19 Governorship Elections in Edo State, Hon Patrick Obahiagbon, aka Igodomigodo, has described the political  union of All Progressives Congress, APC, Candidate, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu and former National Chairman of the party, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, as an unbeatable political force in the forthcoming elections.  

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COVID-19: Edo govt calls for caution as confirmed cases exceed 1,500, deaths rise to 57

COVID-19: Taking responsibility to win

The world has drastically changed over the past few months with the COVID-19 pandemic. Its impact on Nigeria has been evident in the disruptions on the economic and social lives of individuals, households, and businesses. At the onset of the outbreak, the Federal Government imposed a mandatory lockdown on Lagos and Ogun States as well as the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), banned non-essential interstate travels, and introduced various other restrictions to contain the pandemic. Many state governments have also followed suit in line with local circumstances within their various jurisdictions.

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