Gov. Seriake Dickson: Creating jobs for BayelsansBy Nathan NwakammaThe Bayelsa Government said on Thursday in Yenagoa that it created over 7,000 direct and indirect jobs through the release of N1.88 billion loan to Small and Medium-scale to entrepreneurs and cooperatives. Gov. Seriake Dickson stated this at the 2017 African SME EXPO with the theme `Promoting SMEs for sustainable development and economic growth’.
Stephen Akpata and Onyinye Eze, his victimBy Nathan Nwakamma/YenagoaMr Stephen Akpata. a Nigerian who used to live in Australia has been arrested by the police for allegedly strangling his new wife Onyinye Eze, Bayelsa Commissioner of Police Mr Asuquo Amba has said. News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) gathered that the 33 year-old victim was an employee of Globacom Nigeria Limited.
Bayelsa Govt. condemns attack on JTFBy Nathan NwakammaThe Bayelsa government has condemned the recent ambush and killing of members of a military security patrol team by unknown gunmen around Letugbene Community in Ekeremor Local Government Area of the state. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) recalls the armed men suspected to be militants had on Aug. 28 ambushed a security boat operated by the Joint Military Task Force. The attack left two crew members dead, a soldier and a civillian.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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