Governor Samuel Ortom today joined other sympathisers to pay tribute to late Samuel Omleche Abounu, younger brother to the State Deputy Governor, Engr. Benson Abounu,. The Governor in a funeral oration, described the deceased as a humble and likable personality who related well with all, stressing that his death was painful and a great loss to the immediate family and Benue State at large. He said it was heartbreaking that Samuel Abounu died at a time his elder brother, Engr. Benson Abounu was highly engaged
1. Insecurity: Nigerians know we have done our best – Buhari President Muhammadu Buhari, on Friday said his regime had done its best as far as fighting members of the Boko Haram sect in the North East and militants in the South- South was concerned. Buhari spoke in an interview he granted State House correspondents after joining his family members and some top government officials to observe the Eid El- Kabir prayers inside the Presidential Villa, Abuja. The President’s claim that he has done his best on
Latest News In Nigeria This Evening, 18th Of October 2020. 1. ENDSARS: Methodist prelate appeals to Protester to stop protesting. The Prelate of Methodist Church of Nigeria, known as Dr. Samuel Uche has beg all the protester across the country to stop protesting that the federal government, has been making effort to meet their demand. Dr. Samuel Uche also say in his statement that those protesting are children and they don’t have job that the federal government, should provide jobs for the youth. 2. President
The governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodinma has said that most of the killings and destructions in the state were politically motivated.He said that it is sad, but most of those incriminated have willingly confessed. He made this statement on twitter after he received the Prelate of the Methodist Church in Nigeria, His Grace, Most Rev.
Uzodimma seeks partnership with church The Governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodimma urges the Church to pray and collaborate with the government to restore security in the State. The governor made the appeal during a meeting with the Prelate of the Methodist Church in Nigeria, His Grace, Most Rev.
Hope Uzodimma, Governor of Imo State, said some persons have confessed to being behind recent attacks on government properties in Imo State. The governor disclosed this on Saturday, 22 May, 2021 at a meeting with Samuel Uche, Prelate of the Methodist Church of Nigeria.