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Raw deal for widower accused of killing wife


OBIO AKPOR—AN academic staff of School of Health, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Dr. Jonathan Onwugbuta, has narrated his ordeal in the hands of his in-laws after his wife, Mrs. Dorothy Onwugbuta, died on January 20, a week after childbirth.

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Buhari constitutes Economic Advisory Council

By Emeka Anaeto and Yinka Kolawole Says Govt‘ll defrays hospital bills of the injured   ABUJA—President Muhammadu Buhari has constituted an Economic Advisory Council, EAC, to replace Economic Management Team headed by Vice PresidentYemi Osinbajo. Analysts said, last night, that the dissolution of Economic Management Team, led by Osinbajo, automatically removes the vice president as
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Residents raise alarm, as another bridge’s going down in Bayelsa community

By Samuel Oyadongha  & Emem Idio ELEBEBLE—RESIDENTS of oil-rich Elebele community, Ogbia Local Government Area, Bayelsa State, have raised the alarm that another steel bridge was facing imminent collapse in the locality, about weeks after a 50-ton steel bridge caved in, cutting off several communities and paralysing socio-economic activities. The second bridge, also built by Shell
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Nigeria losing huge funds to piracy — CRC

By Innocent Anaba LAGOS—Director-General, Copy Rights Commission, CRC, Mr. John Asein, yesterday, warned that the country was losing money to piracy, noting that all stakeholders must join hands to fight the scourge, so that writers, creators and other producers can begin to reap the fruit of their labour. He spoke at the Intellectual Property Symposium: The
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APC suspends planned congress in Rivers

The Rivers chapter of All Progressives Congress (APC) says it has suspended the planned Ward, Local Government and State congresses in the state due to development in the judiciary. Mr Isaac Ogbobula, the state’s caretaker committee chairman of the party, disclosed this while speaking with newsmen at the party’s secretariat in Port Harcourt on Monday,
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