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You Are Responsible For Southeast Backwardness – Ngige To Igbo Governors

You Are Responsible For Southeast Backwardness – Ngige To Igbo Governors

Chris Ngige, the minister of Labour and Employment has attributed the economically backward state of the southeast region to the lack of visionary leadership by political leaders in the region. Speaking at the Enugu state investment summit on Friday, April 8, Ngige faulted the governors of Southeast for not taking advantage of regional integration to grow the…

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We Won’t Give Up On Biafra Struggle – MASSOB

We Won’t Give Up On Biafra Struggle – MASSOB

The Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) has ignored a directive by leaders of the southeast zone of the APC urging pro-Biafra groups to give up the struggle for the actualisation of an independent state of Biafra. The minister of labour and employment, Chris Ngige and other leaders of the…

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BREAKING: Chris Ngige Slumps At National Assembly

BREAKING: Chris Ngige Slumps At National Assembly

The Nigeria’s minister of labour and employment, Dr Chris Nwabueze Ngige slumped today, February 18 at the National Assembly. Daily Post reports that the minister collapsed while defending his ministry’s budget before the House of Representatives’ Committee on labour. Sources disclose that he was immediately rushed to a hospital.

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Five Things To Know About Late Pa Pius Okonkwo Ngige

Five Things To Know About Late Pa Pius Okonkwo Ngige

Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Nwabueze Ngige in a chat with Obindigbo.com.ng said his late father, Pa Pius Okonkwo Ngige is a man who lived and died on the principles of truth, equity, and fairness. Here are five things to know about the late icon. 1. Late Pa Pius Okonkwo Ngige was born…

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MY Father Lived And Died On Principles Of Fairness And Truth – Ngige

MY Father Lived And Died On Principles Of Fairness And Truth – Ngige

Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Nwabueze Ngige says his late father, Pa Pius Okonkwo Ngige is a man who lived and died on the principles of truth, equity, and fairness. The former senator in the 7th assembly and former Anambra state governor told Obindigbo Magazine at his Urueze Alor in Idemmili South home…

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Amaechi, Others Storm Anambra For Ngige’s Father Burial (PHOTOS)

Amaechi, Others Storm Anambra For Ngige’s Father Burial (PHOTOS)

Here are exclusive photos from the funeral of Nigeria’s Minister of Labour and Employment Chris Ngige’s father, Pa Pius Okonkwo Ngige (Akunnia) who died at the age 105.

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Buhari Sends Condolences To Ngige Over Father’s Death

Buhari Sends Condolences To Ngige Over Father’s Death

President Muhammadu Buhari has sent his condolence to the minister of Labour and Employment Chris Ngige over the death of the late Ngige Patriarch, Pa Akunnia Pius Ngige. Pa Ngige passed on last month at the age of 105 years, and his remains would be laid to rest on Saturday, January 23. The president’s message…

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Ngige Tasks Buhari On South East Challenges

Ngige Tasks Buhari On South East Challenges

Former governor of Anambra state, Senator Chris Ngige, has spoken on the expectations of the Igbo tribe as regards President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.  Ngige who spoke to newsmen in Abuja which Daily Trust was part of, outlined the people’s expectations in this dispensation when he was asked what he thinks the people of the region…

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Ngige Slams Ekweremadu, Dubs Him Spare Tyre

Ngige Slams Ekweremadu, Dubs Him Spare Tyre

Former governor of Anambra state, Senator Chris Ngige, has described the emergence of Senator Ike Ekweremadu as Nigeria’s deputy senate president, as a disadvantage to the South East people.  Ngige was reacting to the recent comment by Ekweremadu that his position have made up for the Igbos in terms of zoning. The deputy senate president…

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Open Letter To The Igbos: Ndigbo! This Is The Hour Of Change

Open Letter To The Igbos: Ndigbo! This Is The Hour Of Change

Are the Igbos bad at politics? Fifty years after independence, we are yet to produce a president while we watch others take multiple turns. This however is against the backdrop of what it used to be after we gained our independence in 1960. The Igbos held top government positions in the centre just like the…

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