Words on the marble
“The Nigerian Police Force has a crucial role to play to serve and protect all our citizens. However, this role must be played in a civil manner. This is why we are inaugurating this panel of enquiry today. This is why we are embarking on these reforms.”
Governor Ifeanyi Okowa.
“Nigerians all over the world must maintain the tempo to EndSARS and police brutality of all forms.
We are more united ever than before to chase out animals in Government, rogues in the name of leaders who continue to milk the country dry with their bogus salaries and allowances while the rest of the citizens live in abject poverty.Enough is Enough
The right time is NOW”.
Engr Tony Odoe
“Those demanding good governance and fighting police brutality should not seek to change governments through any means other than the ballot. People demanding good governance will not celebrate the criminal hacking of government websites and other online platforms. Even in western liberal democracies, national security is more important than individual rights. Nigerians have every right to fight poor governance, right to avoid violations, and lack of development. But, none of these problems can be addressed when the fight is repressive, violent and destructive. Let’s control our emotions and think deeply about these issues”.
Dr Donald Peterson
“The call to save Ika South Local Government Council treasury has become necessary as the request for the supplementary budget of #121million by the council executive never took up to thirty minutes to get approval of the rubber stamped Ika South Legislative Arm under the leadership of Hon Evans Ughe. The life of the present Ika South Local Government Council executive is not up to three months and the conspiracy to drain what it is believed to be the last drop in the treasury has just been hatched. Are our people unconcerned about the running of the government in Ika South? This development requires mass action by our people. Our people should prevent the continuous looting of our local government treasury.”
Engr. Moses Ebede, Ika South APC leader.
“My Company is proud and happy to identify with Nollywood. He thanked the actors for their huge sacrifices in the growth of the Nigeria’s movie industry. He disclosed that PPGC is out to help solve the housing challenges in Nigeria and would therefore welcome any meaningful contribution from any individual or group that will lead to the actualization of the company’s vision”.
Prince Emmanuel Okonye, MD/CEO PPGC.
“When my Community, Alisor had issues with their electricity power supply, my Community Head called on me to help out, and together with two other persons from the community, we went to the BEDC office in Agbor and resolved the issue. Today, Alisor is enjoying power supply like every other community in Agbor.
I get surprised and irritated whenever I hear that Communities like Ekuku-Agbor and Abavo have not seen power supply for many years. What are the wells positioned political office holders from those Communities doing about it?
Do they feel comfortable when their Communities are in total darkness for years? And to say that these same people get rousing welcome whenever they visit home is to say the least unfortunate!”