Edo Traffic Law Offenders to face Sanity Test, Trial – Obaseki – Nigerian Observer

Editorial While we are at it, let's start with the rulers of the state. You must be insane to tell a poor widower, go die, when you destroy her own source of livelihood. What of the one who came to power but took six months to set up his government. Or the one who seeking …

Edo University, Iyamho ‘established for rich students who can afford the fees’ by The Cable

Editorial The revolution shall be televised. This silly action adds to the fire which continues to burn in the minds of the people. The use of state funds, commonwealth of the people to advance and privilege a select few. To correct the flaw in the composition of this policy, consideration must be given to awarding …

Employment standards in universities unacceptable, says Obaseki

Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State has spoken against employment standards in universities, pointing out that universities were not established to create jobs, but to advance learning, promote research, and develop cultured students. He stated this at the 21st Convocation Ceremony of Ambrose Alli University (AAU), Ekpoma, which held during the weekend at the University’s Auditorium …

Edo to set up task force against trafficking

Edo state Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, on Thursday, highlighted some of his administration’s measures to tackle human trafficking, revealing that a special task force led by the newly-sworn in Commissioner for Justice and Attorney General of the state, Professor Yinka Omoregbe, would be set up to address the social malaise. He added that the DSS, …

EDO STATE COMMISSIONERS AND THEIR DIFFERENT MINISTRIES 

1. Haija Abubakar Mariam (Budget) 2. Hon. Joseph Ughoeke (solid minerals, Oil and gas). 3. Emmanuel Agbale (Science and Technology)  4. Reginald Okun (Environment and Sustainability) 5. Engr.Osahon Abraham (Work & Transport)  6. Prince Yekini Idiaye ( Energy & water resources)  7. Hon. John Inegbedion (Finance)  8. Barr. Usoh ( Employment)  9. Prof. Omorogbe (Justice …

Edo State Government propose to privatize the state-owned Nigerian Observer newspaper and Edo Broadcasting Service (EBS) 

Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki said his administration will privatize the state-owned Nigerian Observer newspaper and Edo Broadcasting Service (EBS). His reason is that the state media outfits were not self-sustaining. This was at the annual public lecture series organized by the Correspondents’ Chapel, Edo State council of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) …