Bayelsa State Governor, Senator Douye Diri, has said the focus of his administration is to open up the riverine state by linking rural communities by roads.
2023: Ewhrudjakpo Tasks Medical Professionals To Engage Presidential Candidates On Health Sector Reforms
Ahead of the forthcoming 2023 general elections in the country, the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) and its affiliate unions have been charged to engage the presidential candidates of the major political parties on their respective blueprints and agenda for the health sector.
Bayelsa State Governor, Senator Douye Diri, has rewarded players of Bayelsa Queens Football Club for their spectacular performance at the 2022 Confederation of African Football Women’s Championship League (CAFWCL) in Rabat, Morocco.
The Bayelsa State Government has given members of the Odioma Chiefs’ Council in Brass Local Government Area of the state the option to either withdraw their membership of political parties or resign outright from the traditional leadership council.
Bayelsa State Government has restated the need for parents to instil discipline and moral values to be able to build a productive families and society.
Bayelsa To LGAs: Constitute Committees For Our State’s Maiden Sports Festival, Nat’l Census Exercise, 2023
The Bayelsa State Government has directed its eight local government councils to immediately constitute committees to mobilize their athletes and sports teams for the first ever Bayelsa Sports Festival coming up in December this year.
Following the hardships and other resultant impacts of the 2022 ravaging floods across the Niger Delta, especially in Ijaw land, the parent socio-cultural group of the Ijaw ethnic nationality, the Ijaw National Congress(INC), has said plans were underway for it to institute a legal action against the federal government over what it described as the former’s negligence and failure to build the Dasin Hausa dam in Adamawa state to checkmate the flooding in Nigeria.
Traditional rulers of Bayelsa state have continued to count loses the state and its citizens have incured in the cause of the ravaging floods across the state.
Bayelsa State Governor, Senator Douye Diri, on Monday, presented a N385,211,578,924 Appropriation Bill for the 2023 fiscal year to the House of Assembly for consideration.
Minister’s Comments: Diri’s Aide Queries Farouq’s Data Source, Wants Apologies Over Comments On Impact Of Flooding In Bayelsa
Senior Special Assistant (SSA), to the Bayelsa State Governor on Media, Comrade Tamarakuro Oweifie, has frowned at comments credited to the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Hajia Sadiya Farouq, that Bayelsa is not amongst the top-ten states hit by the devastating effects of the 2022 flood.