INSECURITY IN NIGERIA: How WIKE and Jonathan created ‘RIVERS OF BLOOD’  – Why Rivers may never know peace as long as Wike is Governor  By Eze Chukwuemeka Eze

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INSECURITY IN NIGERIA: How WIKE and Jonathan created ‘RIVERS OF BLOOD’ – Why Rivers may never know peace as long as Wike is Governor By Eze Chukwuemeka Eze

PREAMBLE: Today, Rivers State in Nigeria is termed as the ‘Rivers of blood’. To some of us who share a bond with this State, it pains us so much when such description is used for our dear State. Before divulging into the main aim of this treatise and for avoidance of doubt and for clarity,
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PREAMBLE Today, Rivers State in Nigeria is termed as the ‘Rivers of blood’. To some of us who share a bond with this State, it pains us so much when such description is used for our dear State. Before divulging into the main aim of this treatise and for avoidance of doubt and for clarity,
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