Monthly Archives: July 2020

Fides Media Appreciates her Facebook Fan

By Amarachi Okpunobi The Director of Fides Media, Rev. Fr. Martin Anusi, has appreciated a Facebook fan of Fides Media, Constantine Okoli who made a great review of Fides media on one of her news on Facebook titled, ‘ Editor in Chief’ which attracted so much comments. This was followed up Rev. Fr. Martin Anusi who invited Constantine Okoli to ...

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Obiano Assures Rural Communities of Power Supply

By Jude Atupulazi The Governor of Anambra State, Chief Willie Obiano has restated the commitment of his administration towards extending electric power to rural communities in the state and ensuring that the state enjoys stable power in the near future. This was revealed last Tuesday in Awka by the Commissioner for Public Utility, Engr. Emeka Ezenwanne, during the second edition ...

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No More War, as Ohaneze, IPOB, Unite

…Kanu Apologises for Ordering Stoning of Nwodo By Ikeugonna Eleke The protracted cold war between the pan Igbo socio-cultural group, Ohaneze Ndigbo, and the separatist Igbo group, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has finally ended. This followed the mending of fences, by the two groups last Tuesday at a peace meeting brokered by First Republic Minister, Chief Mbazulike Amaechi, ...

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Obi Cautions FG against WASSCE Cancellation

By Chioma Ndife Following the recent directive by the Federal Government through the Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, stating that schools in the country would no longer re-open as earlier planned and that the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) would not hold, the Vice-Presidential Candidate of the People’s Democratic Party in the last election, Mr. Peter Obi, ...

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S’East Importers Petition NASS over Seized Goods at Lagos Port

By Ikeugonna Eleke Traders in the five states of the Southeast under the aegis of South East Amalgamated Market Traders Association (SEAMATA) have petitioned the National Assembly over delay in clearing goods from the Lagos port. The traders are asking the National Assembly to come to their aid as their goods imported into the country since the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown ...

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Traders Association Advocates Death Penalty for Rape

By Chioma Ndife The United Traders Association (UTA), a Non-governmental Organisation comprising market women in Anambra State, has condemned the spate of rape in the country and urged the government to enact a law making it a death sentence. UTA, in a peaceful demonstration to the Anambra State House of Assembly, the State police command, the state government house and ...

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Umuawulu Community Laments Exclusion, Abandonment

… As Bridge nears Collapse By Chioma Ndife Some indigenes of Umuawulu Community in Awka South Local Government Area, Anambra State, have protested over the deplorable condition of Habba Bridge, which according to them, has turned to a deathtrap. The bridge, which remains the major access road through Umuawulu Community; the permanent site of National Orientation Camp, Mbaukwu/Umuawulu; and Awgbu, ...

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NUASS Leadership, Nigerian Student’s Parliament, Meet Tertiary Education Commissioner, NYCN Chair, Others

By Abuchi Onwumelu The Leadership of National Union of Anambra State Students, NUASS, led by Rtr. Obiwuzie Chibuike Kas, in company of the National Speaker, Nigerian Student’s Parliament (NSP), Rt. Hon. Jabir Abubakar, recently paid a solidarity visit to the office of the Commissioner for Tertiary Education, Barr. Mrs Sally Mbanefo, the Chairman of National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN), ...

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FG, Air Force, Mourn Death of First Female Chopper Pilot, Arotile

By Alexander Johnson Adejoh and Precious Ukeje To her credit she flew the heavy NAF Sikorsky HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopter through the hostile sky of Sambisa, Niger and the deadly Zamfara forests severally, in attempts to make her country, a secure and peaceful place to live. Fides however gathered that Officer Arotile who was 24 years of age, died on ...

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