BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP: GOAT BUTCHERS

The aim of every business is to make profit and have a means of viable livelihood for sustainable development; hence no business should be underrated or ignored provided it is legitimate. Our feature for this edition is focused on goat butchers at Ika South Council behind Federal Fire Service Office by Orogodo River, Agbor. The two butchers, Mr. John Okafor and Mr. Ndubueze Nworie, both from Amuri Community in Nkanu LGA of Enugu State during a visit to the abattoir, on Monday August, 21 2017 by Ika Weekly Newspaper reporter,…

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OROGODO RIVER NOW IN A WORSE STATE –Residents

Ika residents, especially those who ply their trade around the so much talked about Orogodo river have decried the present state of the river, describing it as being worse than it was before the supposed dredging or desilting carried out on the Orogodo river by the Ministry of Environment a months ago.

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I AM THE NEW POLITICAL LEADER OF IKA SOUTH – MR. TONY ALIKA

Mr. Tony Alika is an American based professional Engineer, businessman, motivational speaker and philanthropist who has made an indelible mark towards the growth of Ika nation, especially in Ika South. In this explosive and no holds barred personality of the week interview, the fire brand grassroot politician passionately x-rays the state of politics in Ika South, while giving a scorecard of the various political leaders in Ika land and advocates the need for a change in status-quo and youths involvement in politics Excerpts IT’S A PLEASURE MEETING YOUR SIR, COULD…

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GOVERNMENT SHOULD BE MORE INTERESTED IN WELL BEING OF THE PEOPLE – Uche Wilfred Ebu

Mr. Uche Wilfred Ebu is an Oza-Nogogo born businessman and entrepreneur who has carved a niche for himself in the haulage and logistics business. He is the Managing Director of RUV Nigeria Ltd, a Lagos based Haulage and Logistics firm and a staunch crusader for the development of his native Oza-nogogo and Ika land in general. In this Personality of the Week Interview, Mr. Ebu highlights the inherent impediments militating against the development of Ika land as well as proffers plausible solutions to these factors. He also takes us through…

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‘WORK CARRIED OUT ON OROGODO RIVER IS DE-SILTING, NOT DREDGING’ –IVS

Ika land has been awash with joy over the past weeks as they have been led to believe that their clamor for the dredging of Orogodo River which has lost its glory has been answered by the State Government on seeing swamp buggies and other heavy duty machines in the river, and also the Inspection of the project on two different occasions by the Delta State Commissioner for Environment, Barr. John Nani. It has been discovered that the project,

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OROGODO RIVER: REVIVING ITS LOST GLORY THROUGH PROPER WASTE MANAGEMENT CULTURE

The Orogodo River some decades back used to be a cynosure of natural ambiance and serenity. It served as a recreational getaway for those who wished to take a break from the heat of the scorching sun to cool off in its clear waters. It was also home to a diversity of aquatic life and fishes through which many fishermen in the area made their livelihoods. Flowing across Ika South and Ika North East Local Government Areas, its once clear waters and steady currents resonated a low pitch that could…

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