Today's Headlines: Wike Orders Destruction Of Criminal Hideouts, Ondo Monarchs Reacts On Joshua's Funeral
Wike Orders Destruction Of Criminal Hideouts In Rivers Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, has ordered the immediate destruction of all criminal hideouts in the state to prevent attempt to undermine security. He specifically mentioned Ahoada, Elele, Eleme and Onne as flashpoint areas. The governor said criminals were already coming to terms with the reality that Rivers State was too hot for them to invade at will and attack security posts and personnel.
Wike talks tough, orders destruction of criminal hideouts in Rivers Governor Nyesom Wike has ordered the destruction of all criminal hideouts in Ahoada, Elele, Eleme, and Onne as part of a strategy to prevent criminal attacks on Rivers State. Photo credit: PM News Criminals, according to the governor, are already recognizing that Rivers State is too hot for them to invade at will and detonate their foolish attacks on targeted security posts and personnel.
Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike has cautioned the people of some communities against engaging themselves in communal clash over land ownership. Governor Wike who cautioned cultists said this during the flag-off of the reconstruction of a Government secondary school in Gokana Local Government Area of Rivers State. He also cautioned cultists operating in the communities to change their ways or be prepared to face the law.
There are various reasons why buildings are demolished by governments across the world. The most prevalent ones are illegality, poor construction, threat to life, government acquisition among others. Buildings, mostly residential ones, have been demolished over the years in Nigeria when constructing roads.
Wike Orders Demolition Of Shanties At East-West Road Nyesom Wike, the governor of Rivers State, has ordered occupants of shanties sprouting from various points of Rivers State axis of the East-West road to vacate and remove such structures or have them demolished in two weeks. Wike, ruling on earlier public notice he served about a week ago, said on Friday, June 11, 2021, in a state broadcast that the demolition order was strictly to tackle criminals in Rivers and bears no ethnic hate, but the Hausa community who are the predominant developers and settles on the target shanties alleged they are the target of the Governor’s action.
The Executive Governor of Rivers State, Mr Nyesom Wike has made a public address today in respect to the insecurity ravaging the country. During his speech, he said; "Criminals have come to terms with reality that Rivers State is too hot for them to invade at will and detonate their foolish attacks on targeted security post and personnel.
Insecurity: Wike orders destruction of ‘criminal hideouts’ in Rivers Nyesom Wike, governor of Rivers, has ordered the destruction of “criminal hideouts” in Ahoada, Elele, Eleme and Onne LGAs to curb insecurity in the state. In a statement on Friday, Kelvin Ebiri, special assistant on media to the governor, said Wike announced the development in a statewide broadcast, adding that the government has identified hideouts that provide cover for hoodlums to plan and execute operations.
According to reports the sitting Governor of Rivers State, His Excellency Barrister Ezenwo Nyesom Wike (CON), had yesterday being Wednesday 9th June 2021 flagged off the reconstruction of the Government Secondary School (GSS) Kpor in Gokana Local Government Area in Ogoni Ethnic group of the State, due to the dilapidated state of the school structures.
Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike has said the dualization of Ogbunabali road will bring development to the area. Governor Wike stated this at the flag-off of the construction work on the Ogbunabali Eastern bypass road project. He said full compensation has been paid to property owners in the areas marked for demolition and urged members in the community to co-operate with the company handling the project.
The Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike has directed the Accountant General of the State not to pay the full salary of Judiciary workers for the first week in June, as the 'No work — no pay policy was in force. The Governor has issued a warning earlier to the striking workers in the state that he would have to enforce the no work no pay policy if the state JUSUN does not resume on the 31st of May.
Apart From His Performances In Rivers, These 2 Qualities Set Wike Apart As Best Presidential Candidate For PDP And Nigeria
If there is any quality to be watched out for in anyone aiming to take over from President Muhammadu Buhari in 2023, it is a character like that of the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike. Love or hate, the lawyer turned politician has proved in all ways that he has what it takes to drive Nigeria out of this present mess.
Today’s Headlines: Wike Orders Deduction From Worker’s Salaries For Strike Action, 500 Killed In Kebbi
Wike orders deduction from judicial workers’ salaries for going on strike Despite calling off its two months nationwide strike, Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has directed the Accountant-General not to pay judiciary workers for the first week of June in which the ‘no work-no pay policy’ was in force.
Governor Nyesom Wike has directed the state Accountant-General not to pay the judiciary workers in the state for the first week of June when the "no work no pay" was enforced. Governor Nyesom Wike in a statement by the special assistant on media Kelvin Ebiri, however, commended the judiciary staff union of Nigeria, JUSUN for calling off the 2-month strike in the state.
On Monday, the ongoing strike by the Nigerian Judiciary Workers Association was partially suspended in Rivers State. This happened just 48 hours after Governor Nyesom Wike stated he would start enforcing the no-work-no-pay rule in June, questioning why the state's judiciary workers were on strike at the same time he was introducing judicial autonomy.
The Governor of Rivers state, Nyesom Wike has lauded the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) for suspending its two months strike in the State. The governor however has instructed the Accountant General of the State not to pay the judiciary workers full salary for the month of June.
Today's Headlines: Kanu's Agitation Method Is Wrong - Ikpeazu, I Have Nothing To Prove To APC - Wike
Biafra: Nnamdi Kanu's IPOB Agitations Right, Methods Wrong - Ikpeazu Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State has acknowledged that parts of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) leader Nnamdi Kanu's issues, such as marginalization, are legitimate. He stated that though he has no personal animosity toward Nnamdi Kanu, he does not agree with his attitude.
With 282 Beds and 52 Delivery Rooms Checkout Photos Of The Mother And Child Hospital In Port Harcour
The Rivers State government has commissioned mother and child hospital, the 282 Beds hospital which also has Doctors quarters that is fully furnished and is also equipped with over 52 Delivery Rooms and 6 modular theatres, in-vitro fertilisation, fluoroscopic and mammography equipment. The Hospital and treatment Centre is to be located at Rumuokwuta,in Obio/Akpor Local Government Area and will be fully operational.
Release My Domestic Workers From Custody— IPOB Lawyer Tells Police, Army The Indigenous People of Biafra's lawyer, Ifeanyi Ejiofor, whose residence was invaded by the army and police personnel last weekend, has demanded the "immediate and unconditional release" of his domestic workers, who were whisked away.
Chief Anthony Muzan Ekpelu, Chairman of the Lagos State Chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party's (PDP) South-South Forum, has lauded the efforts of the party's founding fathers, while urging Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike to run for president in the 2023 election. According to Ekpelu, the founding fathers' foresight has resulted in member unity as well as political inclusion and relevance in Lagos and other South West states.
The Chairman of Lagos State section of the South-South Forum of the People's Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Anthony Muzan Ekpelu has complimented the exertion of its initial architects, while approaching Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State to run for administration in the 2023 political decision.