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Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan and Senator Ifeanyi Okowa and wife at thanksgiving

Ibori Reconciles Okowa And Uduaghan

Ibori Reconciles Okowa And Uduaghan

Ahead of uniting his political family   As a first step in restoring harmony and cohesion to his hitherto close-knit political family which is now in disarray due to his long absence, former Delta State governor, James Onanefe Ibori has initiated moves to rebuild his political structure by meeting with the two protagonists without whom

James Onanefe Ibori Photo

Why I Pleaded Guilty  – Ibori

Speaking publicly for the first time since his release from prison December 21, 2016, former Delta State governor, James Onanefe Ibori said at a thanksgiving service in his honour by his Oghara kinsmen on Sunday at the First Baptist Church, Ogharefe, that he pleaded guilty to charges against him as a short-cut to his freedom


Education and Manpower Development

  The education policy of the Delta State government is designed to produce human capital that would be a catalyst for the socio-economic development of the state   For the academic staff of the Delta State University, DELSU, the year 2013 was an exceptionally good one. A sum of N150 million earmarked as car loan


‘We Have a Big Challenge of Children Refusing to Attend Schools in Rural Areas’

  It is a new dawn in the education sector in Delta State. Never in the history of the state has this critical sector witnessed such a phenomenal growth as in the almost seven years of the administration of Governor Emmanuel Eweta Uduaghan. In this interview with the TELL team of Adekunbi Ero, executive editor, Tony


Uduaghan’s Revolutionary Strides in Education

        Since assuming office on May 29, 2007, Emmanuel Eweta Uduaghan, a medical doctor and Governor of Delta State, has repositioned the education sector, not just by providing state-of-the-art infrastructure, but introducing innovations that have redefined education in the state and setting the pace for others to follow The story of his