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Imo govt appeals judgement on former LG councilors

Imo State Government has filed an appeal at Supreme Court challenging the ruling of the Appeal Court which reinstated the former council chairmen in the state. Governor Okorocha, who disclosed this at Sam Mbakwe Airport shortly on arrival from Lagos, also reiterated the position of his administration to adhere strictly to the rule of law. […]

CAN President accuses FG of allowing Christians tobe shot at every Sunday

A Nigerian pastor is blaming the country’s government on the  sect Boko Haram’s continuous attacks against the Christian population, and has called on the United States to officially declare the group a terrorist organization. Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, president of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), made his argument on July 10 in front of the […]

The joy of normalcy

To each is own, there are many countries in the world wherein the hope of the people is to excel and lead in one thing or the other. In these countries, people feel great when their fellow citizens make discoveries in science and the world looks towards them for great arts. They are proud when […]

Christians fear more violence in Plateau

Members of the Church of Christ in Nigeria in the Jos region are fearful of more violence in the wake of last weekend’s mass killings in Plateau state. CCN officials told newsmen that after a week of rising tensions between the mainly Muslim ethnic Fulani and the mainly Christian ethnic Birom, about 50 members of […]

IBC set for 24 hrs broadcast

As part of efforts to improve the services of the Imo Broadcasting Corporation (IBC), the state-owned radio and television industry, Governor Rochas Okorocha has approved the immediate release of a 500 KVA sound-proof power generating set to the Corporation. Announcing this at a forum with the management of IBC, the Hon. Commissioner for Information and […]

Commissioner tasks Ministry of Information staff

The newly appointed Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr. Chinedu Offor has called on the management and staff of the Ministry and its parastatals to brace up to the challenges of their duties in order to achieve the set targets for the Ministry. The United-States-trained media expert who vowed to bring his international experience to […]

Have faith in Okorocha- SA pleads with Imo people

The Special Assistant to the Imo State government on Public Affairs, Hon. Lisa Asugha has urged the Imo people to have faith in the Governor Okorocha’s Rescue Mission Agenda, admitting that they are faced with serious socio-economic challenges, but encouraged them not to despair. Hon. Asugha who is however optimistic that the State would get […]

Don decries lack of facilities in universities

A university lecturer has decried the lack of infrastructural facilities needed for proper learning and teaching in Nigeria’s institutions of higher learning. Prof Dede Konkwo of the Department of Mass Communications, Imo State University (IMSU) Owerri, however, disagreed with the popular notion that the standard of education has fallen. Speaking to Christian Voice, Prof Konkwo […]

APGA denies alliance with ACN, CPC

The Chairman of All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) South-East, Chief Ejike Uche, has denied rumours that his party was proposing a merger with the Action Congress of Nigeria (CAN) and the Congress for Progress Change (CPC). Briefing newsmen in Owerri, Imo State recently, Chief Uche said that the insinuation arose from a statement credited to […]

Cleric assures Christians of God’s protection

Resident Priest of St Matthias Anglican Church,.Umuchima, Ihiagwa in Owerri West Local Government Area, Rev Eugene Amadi assured Christians that God has made adequate provision for all circumstance of their life . In his homily at a Eucharistic service, with the  theme “Do not worry”, Rev Amadi explained that God has seen their misery and […]