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Start with restructuring, IYC scribe tells Omo-Agege c’ttee

By Emma Amaize SECRETARY-GENERAL, Ijaw Youth Congress, IYC, Mr. Frank Pukon, has asked the Senate Constitution Review Committee, headed by Deputy Senate President, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, to commence its assignment with restructuring of Nigeria. Pukon in a statement, weekend,  said: “If project Nigeria must work for all, the Senate Constitution Review Committee of the 1999
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COVID 19: Ministry of defence takes delivery of 10,000 face masks for troops.

IYC demands  FG’s palliative for Niger Delta

By Jimitota Onoyume – Warri Ijaw Youth Council, IYC, has accused the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs,  of allegedly sidelining the Niger Delta region in its palliative to cushion the effect of COVID 19, demanding for attention for the region. Secretary transition committee of the body and Chairman IYC Western zone, Comrade Frank Akiefa enjoined President
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Sowore, Falana, Bakare

IYC calls for Sowore’s release

Jimitota Onoyume Ijaw Youth Council, IYC, has called for release of Mr Sowore Omoyele, saying he merely called for a protest against ills in society. National President of the body, Mr Eric Omare, in a statement made available to the Vanguard in Warri, Delta State  said Sowore’s call for protest should not be interpreted as
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MAN hails Police over arrest of illegal Chinese miners in Zamfara

IYC decries illegal mining in North, calls for resource control

IJAW Youth Council, IYC, has called for amendment of the constitution to allow states control and harness natural resources in their areas, noting that with illegal mining activities by individuals seemingly allowed in the north the Niger Deltans should also enjoy such over oil
National President of the body Roland Oweilaemi in a statement made available to Vanguard, said with stories coming from the north over individuals mining solid minerals belonging to the nation the body will not hesitate in its drive for a constitutional reform to allow states in the Niger Delta exercise control over resources in their domain.

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