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AKHA to stop the abuse of traditional injunctions By Ernest John

The origin of traditional injunctions in the pre-colonial time was meant for settlement of disputes and to maintain law and order in a community. It was not to be used as a threat like what some village heads are doing; ...

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AKS RERUN: Between tombotombo and reality By Torobong Ekpo

It is quite unfortunate that, Deacon Udom Gabriel Emmanuel had to wait till the eleventh hour before he could dole out lopsided appointments to some desperate youths as Special Assistants and Personal Assistants, with meager salary of only two hundred ...

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AKHA Frowns At Traditional Injunctions By Village Heads

In a move to curb excesses of most village heads in the state on indiscriminate traditional injunctions placed on boundaries or land of people, Akwa Ibom State House of Assembly has waded in to check the abuse. Consequently, the House ...

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Explore Private Sector, Donor Agencies For More Funding- Sseb Told

The State Secondary Education Board has been challenged to explore the private sector and donor agencies for additional funds to complement government effort in supporting the board. The Chairman, Akwa Ibom State House of Assembly Committee on Education, Rt. Hon. ...

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Commissioner Inaugurates Two Motor Park Management Committees

Two committees have been inaugurated to oversee the activities of the five government-approved motor parks and improve service delivery in the transport sector. The committees which are Motor Park Management and Akwa Ibom Central Monitoring Committees followed the dissolution of ...

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HOCS enjoins staff to be hard working

The Head of the State Civil Service, Mrs. Ekerebong Akpan, has charged staff to be hardworking and dedicated to duties in order to excel in the service. Mrs. Akpan, who gave the charge last Tuesday in her maiden meeting with ...

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Germany increases scholarships to Nigerians, others

The new Consul-General of the Consulate-General of Germany in Lagos, Mr Ingo Herbert, on Tuesday announced his government’s decision to increase scholarships for Nigerians and other Africans. Herbert told newsmen in Lagos that his government had at its recent bilateral ...

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Celebrating Heroic Macaire @ 40 By Torobong Ekpo

Celebrating Heroic Macaire @ 40 By Torobong Ekpo

In a society, where young men and women take politics as the only source of livelihood, this man, has constantly changed the psyche of youths by facilitating the employment of youths so numerous to count within the Oil & Gas ...

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STATE GOVT. MOVES TO CHECK HOUSING DEFICIT By Uyouko Usuah

The Akwa Ibom State government has reiterated its commitment to offset the housing deficit in the state by creating an enabling environment to support investors in the sector. The Commissioner for Housing and Urban Renewal, Prince Enobong Uwah stated this ...

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AKS HOUSE COMMITTEE COMMENDS MHUR By Uyouko Usuah

The Akwa Ibom State House of Assembly Committee on Lands and Housing has commended the level of progress at the Tenth Anniversary Hotel, Udoudoma Avenue, being completed to accommodate government ministries and offices still occupying rented residential apartments. The commendation ...

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