Governor Okezie Ikpeazu has described the return of Golden Guinea Breweries Plc and the subsequent introduction of their product into the Nigerian beer market as a huge sign of good times ahead for the economy of the State.
In an October 23 press statement by Chief John Okiyi Kalu, Honorable Commissioner For Information, Abia State, the Abia State Government has uncovered plots by hoodlums to disrupt the peace, loot shops and other properties in the state under the guise of protesting against RUGA settlements in Abia and other South East States.
Delta State Governor, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa has settled the dispute between the management of a catering firm, WHASSAN and its workers which led to the disruption of production activities at the Shell Petroleum Development Company’s (SPDC) Forcados Export Terminal in Burutu Council area of the state.
For a peaceful environment that will guarantee uninterrupted oil production in the country, Delta State Governor, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa has urged oil companies to be fair and just in their dealings with host communities.
As Education Week kicks off in Saskatchewan, it is an opportunity to honour our hardworking teachers, administrators and education support staff throughout the province and celebrate the success of students.
Library Week occurs annually and promotes the programs, resources and services offered in more than 1,200 libraries across the province, including 305 public libraries. In 2019, there were more than 345,000 public library patrons using their library cards and more than eight million items borrowed each year, not to mention the numerous people who stop in for a quiet place to study or to read.
Everyone needs a warm and safe place to sleep during our cold Saskatchewan winters. That is why the Government of Saskatchewan, along with its community partners, is once again launching its Cold Weather Strategy.
1.4 million people and 100,000 more jobs in Saskatchewan by 2030 are two of the goals outlined in the provincial government’s 2019 Speech from the Throne, entitled A New Decade of Growth.
The Igbo Cultural Association of Saskatchewan (ICAS) is pleased to announce that on the 15th day of July 2019, in what has become the first official designation of a day as Igbo Day of Arts and Culture by a provincial government in the whole of Canada, the Government of Saskatchewan has issued a proclamation designating August 3, 2019 as Igbo Day of Arts and Culture in Saskatchewan.