UYLA Has Helped To Promote Peace In Delta State —Arhiyor -Says Okowa Deserves A Second Term    

Chief Francis Arhiyor is the President of Urhobo Youth Leaders Association, Chairman/C.E.O., Fara-Zino Nigeria Limited, Chairman, National Union of Road Transport Workers, Uvwie branch and Delta State Auditor of the Union. Oasis Magazine recently had an exclusive interview with him at his office in Warri. He spoke on issues relating to national and Delta State…

An Arrested Development; Please Bail Africa By Onakpoberuo Onoriode Victor

In human development or the development of societies, whatever is sustainable is something whose evolutionary course is founded on established values, norms about sundry matters governing the collective wellbeing and survival of that people. The subject matter of development may be seen from two broad perspectives. One is development as a progressive refinement of a people’s…

DELSU Management: We Did Not Increase Acceptance Fee

As controversy continues to trail the purported increase of acceptance fee payable by newly admitted students of the Delta State University (DELSU), Abraka, the institutions’ Management, has debunked the development which he described as unfounded. The institution’s Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Victor Peretomode, who conveyed this position to Oasis Magazine in an interview, stated that it did…

How Owners Of Private Schools In Delta State Celebrated 2017 NAPPS Day

The National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS), Delta State Wing, has successfully held her ‘2017 NAPPS Day celebration’. This event with theme: ‘Funding Private Education in Nigeria: Issues, Problems and Prospects’, which took place at The Cenotaph, Asaba, Delta State recently, attracted government functionaries and stakeholders in the educational sector in the state.…

Monkeypox: Oruarivie-Abraka Kingdom Opts For Regular Health Outlets In Place Of Military Immunization For Children

There was commotion on Friday in schools in Abraka, Ethiope East Local Government Area, Delta State over fear of monkey pox injection by state authorities, as parents and guardians rushed to schools to pick their wards amidst rumours that a military mission was forcing pupils to accept inoculation that could kill them. Reacting to the…