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18 Dec 2020
NSCDC arrests 195 suspected vandals in Rivers State
7 Aug 2020
Schools in Rivers State have recorded low turnout of students as schools resume for terminal classes.
24 Dec 2019
Governor Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa has accused his counterpart in Rivers State of inciting ethnic disharmony in Ijawland to suit a political agenda.
10 Nov 2019
Youths in Rivers State are unhappy with the leadership controversy in the Niger Delta Development Commission. They expressed their grievances during a protest at the commission’s headquarters in Port Harcourt.
21 Sep 2019
David West, a 26-year-old suspected serial killer confesses after he was arrested along East-West Road en route Uyo from Port Harcourt, Rivers State. The police said West confessed to killing 15 women.
20 Sep 2019
A suspected serial killer, Gracious David West, has been arrested by the Rivers state Police Command.
19 Sep 2019
In the past few weeks, eight women have been killed in different hotels in the city of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. The police are yet to make an arrest, but these women, who suspect it could be the handiwork of a serial killer, want security operatives to move fast and solve the murders.
12 Apr 2019
The Supreme Court has struck out appeals brought before it by the All Progressive Congress (APC)and its factional governorship candidate in Rivers state, Tonye Cole seeking to participate in the 2019 general elections.
2 Apr 2019
Police beg politicians, seeks peaceful collation of results in Rivers state
20 Mar 2019
Political parties express divergent views on Rivers governorship poll.
17 Mar 2019
Rivers Decides: Protesters accuse INEC of violating human rights.
14 Mar 2019
Wike must go, Amaechi's supporters protest in Rivers State.

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