At least one person was feared dead and many others injured, weekend, following an inter communal crisis that erupted between Ogwashi-Uku and Otulu communities in Aniocha South Local Government Area, Delta State. Source: Vanguard A source in Otulu, alleged that trouble started when the people of Ogwashi-Uku stormed the community, killed one of their persons, pulled down their fences, making sacrifices and performing rituals.
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Governors of the Southern region, for the third time this year, met in Enugu State on Thursday to deliberate on key issues affecting the region. After the meeting, the governors made five key decisions that the writer opines may not favour the North, and the region may likely oppose these decisions made by the southern governors.
A woman identified as Mrs. Oke Ereegarnoma in Delta State was rescued by neighbors on Tuesday after her son, Emma Ere-Eganoma, attempted to kill her for money rituals at Okuokoko Community in Okpe Local Government Area of Delta State. According to reports, the suspect invited the victim (his mother) to his home for a surprise, and when the victim got to his house, she was excited as she was greeted with loud music blasting from the sound system in the house.
The PDP has been the only party that has been controlling Delta State since 1999 when the country returned to democracy. The party has been enjoying the supports of the Delta electorates but the APC can actually put an end to the dominance if it (APC) uses two ways.
Three persons have been feared killed and scores injured as two warring communities in Ughelli kingdom, Ekiugbo and Otor-Ihwreko, Delta State engaged in another blood bath. Source: Tribune Nigeria Properties worth a fortune were also reportedly destroyed during the mayhem during a community festival on Thursday night.
The 17 Southern Governors of Nigeria met in Enugu yesterday where they discussed issues affecting the region. This is the third time these Governors will be gathering. They first met in Asaba, the capital of Delta State. They held their second meeting in Lagos. At their meeting in Enugu yesterday, the Governors took some decisions after evaluating the progress made so far on banning open grazing in the region.
According to Dr. Ogbodu Alex, Delta State has been poorly managed since 1999 and common Deltans have always hoped that they can have a different set of players to see if things would change. The more they hope, the more their expectations are getting faded. PDP as it is today will win the APC in a free and fair election and it will still win the APC in a rigged election.
Today's Headlines: FIRS Insists CSOs And NGOs Must Pay Tax; 1 Dead In Delta State Community Festival
(Photos Credit: Google) VAT War: FIRS insists CSOs, NGOs must pay tax The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) has insisted that civil society organisations (CSOs) and other non-governmental organisations (NGOs) are not exempted from paying the value-added tax (VAT).
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In the past few months, several issues have hovered around the Governors of the Southern states in Nigeria, over decisions they collectively agreed to. One of the most talked about issues is the ban of open grazing in all Southern states of the Federation, a decision they reached in Delta State on the 11th of May, 2021.
The Southern Governors of Nigeria today met for the third time in Enugu State to discuss issues affecting the Southern region of Nigeria. Their first meeting took place in Asaba the capital of Delta State while their second meeting took place in Lagos where they gave themselves September 1 deadline to ban open grazing in Southern Nigeria.
Following the recent crisis rocking farmers and herders in different communities across the country, especially in the South East and West, the issue of open grazing had in the past few months dominated major news headlines. In that regard, it could be recalled that the 17 Southern governors in their meeting some months ago in Asaba, the Delta State capital, banned open grazing among other issues that were discussed.
The 17 Southern Governors of Nigeria have met twice in the last 5 months to discuss issues affecting the region. They first met at Asaba, the capital of Delta State. Their second meeting took place in Lagos on July 5 where they gave themselves September 1 deadline to ban open grazing in Southern Nigeria.
The Police division in Orerokpe, Okpe Local Government Area, Delta State has apprehended a presumed internet fraudster known as Emma who had endeavored to strangulate his mother for money ritual motives. The event happened at Caroline street in Okuokoko Community. Witnesses disclosed that Emma had persuaded his mother recognized as Oke, a foodstuff seller in the Community to his residence for a surprise package.
The struggle for VAT collection has been condemned by some states in the country, as the southern regional governors of the Nigerian States has on Thursday, insisted that their States have the right to collect Value Added Tax (VAT). This declaration of the southern governors was jotted during their third meeting held in Enugu State.
Daily Post reported that Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State signed the anti-open grazing bill into law in Enugu State on Tuesday. The law effectively bans herdsmen from grazing their cattle openly in Enugu and its environs. The law also seeks to encourage ranching as a more viable and sustainable option to the now outdated system of grazing cattle openly.
The governors of the republic's 17 states in the south will expect to meet for the 3rd time tomorrow in Enugu. Remember that the governors met several times, the first time in Asaba, Delta State, and the second in Lagos. The governors fixed a September 1 time limit for all states in the south to enact anti-open grazing legislation at the first meeting in Asaba, which was reinforced at the second encounter in Lagos on July 5.
According to a report, the southern Nigeria governors are set to meet in Enugu State on Thursday for the third time at the Enugu State Government House. Recall that the southern governors converged for the first time in Asaba, Delta State where decisions on the ban on open grazing were made.
The Covid-19 immunization officer for Rivers State has expressed dissatisfaction with how officials in the oil-rich state have run out of seals that must be affixed to everyone's card who has taken part in the ongoing vaccination program to stop the spread of the pandemic disease known as Covid-19 across the country.