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Count Ibori out! PDP tells Oghara Traditional Council

July 31, 2019

Following a recent media publication by the Oghareki Traditional Council of Chiefs known as the “Oguedio” that accused the former governor of marginalizing the community in the allocation of government projects and appointments, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Ethiope West Chapter, has said they should not involve the former Gov. James Ibori In a statement […]

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Baby born without Anus in Delta State (Graphic Pictures Attached)

May 24, 2017

The baby pictued above was born on Sunday, May 21 without  an Anus in Delta state. The mother, Esheke from Aragba village -who recently got married is lamenting the unfortunate situation being that this is her first delivery. The baby is undergoing treatment/surgery presently at a hospital in Oghara town, Delta state.

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Mammoth Crowd Welcomes James Ibori To Oghara

February 4, 2017

The erstwhile sleeping town of Ogharefe, Oghara has suddenly become a beehive of activities as the former Governor of Delta State, Chief James Onanefe Ibori returned to Nigeria. Chief Ibori had served his jail term in Southwark prison. Upon his arrival in Nigeria, the DSS invited him for what their tagged a ‘chat’ which lasted […]

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IBORI FREEDOM: IBORI SAY GIVING WAY FOR BACK-STABBING – Chief Eghweree

December 22, 2016

No doubt, the prayers and prophecies of all concerning Chief James Ibori freedom from the incarceration came to past at about 12noon yesterday 21/12/16 after about 7 years behind the bars. It was jubilation world over yesterday, from London to Africa and particularly in OGHARA the home front of Chief James Onanefe Ibori. It calls […]

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BREAKING: Soldiers of the 19th Battalion In Delta State Are Torturing Protesters

July 1, 2015

   The 19th Battalion has abducted Lawrence Eyaufe and Ejiro Efetobor from a protest in Ethiope West Local Government Area (LGA) of Delta State. Reports from the area say that the military forcefully broke up the protests, and chased residents away from public places. Mr. Eyaufe and Mr. Efetobor were taken during the military siege […]

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