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The residents are horrified by the presence of the soldiers who are searching for a militant leader and kidnapper, Kareowei, who allegedly masterminded the killing of some soldiers in the community. They all fled the village.
No fewer than 50 houses, in the coastal settlement of Toru-Ndoro in Ekeremor local government area of Bayelsa state were destroyed while the military was searching for suspected criminals, the Ijaw Youth Council claim.
A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Bayelsa state, Ebi Beredugo, has reportedly asked President Muhammadu Buhari to reshuffle his cabinet and bring technocrats into key positions in his government.
Residents of Ekeremor community in Bayelsa have fled the area due to the alleged killing of a security operative by militants. It is reported that the deceased was negotiating with a militant leader before the incident occurred.
Charles Oruru, the father of Ese Oruru, who was abducted has recently lamented the abandonment his family experiences from the Bayelsa state government. Charles said the promises made to his family are yet unfulfilled.
Governor Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa state, in a press statement on Wednesday, January 3, accused some APC leaders of using the name of President Muhammadu Buhari to hijack the security architecture in the state.
Residents of Ondewari, a coastal settlement in southern Ijaw local government area of Bayelsa have run away from the community following clashes between rival gangs in which two people were reportedly left dead.
Francis Ododo Timi, the paramount Ruler in Ikebiri Community in Southern Ijaw local government area of Bayelsa state, has described reports that the area was invaded by soldiers on December 15 by gun boats as false.
Governor Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa state has warned politicians in the country to stop playing politics with funds and equipment allocated to the military.
A police officer was inadvertently shot and killed by a colleague during a gun duel between the police and suspected cultists on Monday in Yenagoa, Bayelsa.
The NSCDC warns residents in Bayelsa state to desist from the use of fireworks during the yuletide because of the danger they tend to pose to the environment.
The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) has predicted partly cloudy weather conditions over the central states of the county on Friday, the NAN reports.
Dickson, who is the chairman of the party’s post-convention reconciliation committee, said there is no amoury that can surpass the power of the people.
The Bayelsa Command of the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) paraded 625 people for various crimes, ranging from murder, robbery and kidnapping on December 18.
Gunmen have abducted Tina Inegbagha, wife of a monarch and Egele Jack, the principal of Government Craft Development Centre, in Ayakoro community, Bayelsa state
Governor Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa state has confessed that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) cannot survive without the south-western part of the country.
Chairman of the National Reconciliation Committee of PDP and Bayelsa governor Seriake Dickson urged PDP leaders and members to focus on regaining power in 2019.
The Bayelsa state police command Asimin Butswat has confirmed that a former commissioner Ayakeme Masa was shot dead by gunmen in Yenagoa area of the state.
The Bayelsa state government has called on the police to apprehend the killers of a prominent cattle dealer Alhaji Jibril Abdulkarim and three of his aides.
Governor Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa state has called on the leadership of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to sit tight ahead of 2019 presidential election.
The Bayelsa state government on Thursday, Nov 31, described the impression that it was owing workers between 10 and 16 months’ salary backlog as inaccurate.
Queen Zainab-Duke Abiola said apart from the meeting, President Muhammadu Buhari should spend some days in the region to listen to the complaints of the people.