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Nigerian senator's brother killed by youths over land tussle On Friday, May 28, an Ijaw man identified as Seleoge Reuben, from the Ogriagbene community in the Bomadi Local Government Area of Delta State was killed by some youths over a land tussle. According to Sahara reporters, the deceased was a brother to Senator James Manager, representing the Delta South Senatorial District in the National; and he visited his hometown to claim the controversial property before he was killed.
On July 1, the Nigerian lawmakers passed the long-awaited Petroleum industry bill to law. The PIB bill was first introduced in 2005 by the National Assembly and we consider it a landmark achievement after being passed. The bill contains the provision for host communities, all the Petroleum properties and resources owned and controlled by the federal government and its restricted zones on the federal government.
The viral photo of the Senator Manager kneeling before James Ibori has continued to stir reactions online. Many socio-political commentators have linked the photo to a political move, while others said Senator James Manager knelt before Ibori out of respect. Note that Senator James Manager is a senator from the Delta South constituency, and he has been a senator since 2003.
The Urhobo People as a cultural unit has already been treated by me sometime ago. However, to recap important points about the Urhobo people as whole, let me start by saying the Urhobo people are a group of people that effectively constitute Nigeria's 5th Largest ethnic nationality. They inhabit Delta South(Parts) and Delta central (Totally). They speak an Edoid language that shares similarities with Afemai and Esan. The Urhobo people are similar and largely deemed as same by some people with the neighbouri
The Ijaw/Manager arguments: Zoning amongst the three senatorial districts has been completed. Zoning should begin with tribe now and it is the turn of the Ijaws to produce the next Governor. My opinion: Democracy provides that the majority should always have their way. However, if there be zoning at all, we must also put into consideration "the majority rule" principle of democracy. The Ijaws in Delta State are a tiny minority, yet they have produced a deputy Governor and the senator ineffectively representing
Earlier today, a photo of Senator James Manager Kneeling before James Ibori trended online. A lot of people read different meanings to the photo, some said it is a political move while others simply described it as an act of respect. One of those who described it as an act of respect is popular Nigerian Social Media Activist and PDP supporter, Reno Omokri.
Ahead of the governorship election come 2023, Delta Ijaws have continued to press for their turn to govern the state. A group known as Bold Movement and Ijaws of Delta South Wake Up Call, insisted that Delta Central and North Senatorial Districts have had their turns. The Ijaws of Delta South Wake Up group sponsored by Chief Sheriff Mulade, seems to swing the pendulum towards him to take the bull by the horn. Bold movement is a wake-up initiative for Ijaw leaders to be awake and prepare early for a sumptuou
It is really worrisome to see a photo of Senator James Manager, a Senator representing the people of Delta South Senatorial District of Delta State, kneeling down before James Ibori, a two-time Governor of Delta State from 1999 to 2007, who was jailed in the UK for corruption related offenses after he evaded arrest and prosecution in Nigeria
This article shall explore an aspect of our culture: DRESSING! I wont be able to discuss all the ethnic nationalities in the country due to constraints but some major ethnic groups across the geographical spread of Nigeria and how they dress will be underscored in this list. 1. Edo Nation The Edo People occupy current Edo State. They are made up of the Binis, Afemais, Eshan, etc. They have a very rich cultural heritage. They are all headed by an Oba who delegates duties to various towns and villages through
James Manager, a Delta South senatorial district Senator, has recently debunked the alleged claim by Dr Cairo Ojougboh, the acting Executive Director, project for NDDC, as contract recipient asking him to show evidence or proof. The Executive Director Ojougboh visited the palace of the Asagba of Asagba, following the visit, Prof. Chile Edozoen preceding launch of N450million subsidized by NDDC, where he affirmed the Lawmaker as one of the beneficiaries of the contract. In response to the allegation, Senator
Perez Brisibe In the era of publicising the act of sharing palliatives to citizens facing tough times as a result of the lockdown imposed by state governors to curb the spread of the corona virus pandemic, the lawmaker representing Delta South senatorial district, Senator James Manager, has silently doled out a total of N40million to his constituents. The exercise by the lawmaker which was devoid of any form of publicity, was part of measures to cushion the hardship being faced by the underprivileged in the