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Delta State Governor, Dr Ifeanyi Okowa, yesterday described Big Brother Naija (BBN) 2020 first runner-up, Dorathy Bachor, as a “proud ambassador of the state for displaying leadership traits.”

Okowa, while congratulating Bachor’s achievements, assured her and other talented Deltans of the government’s support to achieve their dreams.

The governor, in a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr Olisa IIfeajeka, said the 24-year-old Dorathy from Ute-Okpu in the Ika North East Local Government Area of the state, had displayed leadership traits that distinguished her as a model for young persons in Delta and beyond.

The governor stated that he wasn’t surprised that she became the last woman standing out of 10 women among 20 housemates in the competition.

“We are glad she related very well with the housemates and survived all the evictions and avoided controversies in the house. She has portrayed the Delta character of being well behaved and a worthy ambassador of the state,” the governor stated.

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Maurice Akueme gets a new title in Enugu State

The new darling of Enugu state referring to Sir Maurice Emeka Akueme has been announced the organization's grand patron of Enugu Progressive Forum on Sunday 2nd August, 2020 during her general meeting which had in attendance over 20 stake holders.

This development was made available to Enugu News Media by one Mr. Edu Dominion who is the founder and Coordinator of the group.

In his statement, he made Enugu News Media to understand that the development came as a result of the immense contributions and humanitarian services poured out on the good people of Enugu state and beyond by an individual in person of Mr Maurice Akueme the UK based accountant, Maurice Akueme is a Nigerian, UK based accountant, who have through his foundation named after his name Maurice Akueme Foundation touched, Palliated, Alleviated and empowered many lives.

Mr Edu in his words classified Mr Akueme thus; "I am not surprised that every body present in the meeting has during the balloting on who will be the organization's grand patron penned down Sir Maurice Akueme which has made him a widely accepted and most suitable candidate for the position such as grand patron to such a reputable organization".

According to the founder cum coordinator; "Enugu Progressive Forum (EPF) is a social political and economic development advocacy group which comprises of all the indigenes and residents of Enugu State"

"Our core mandate is to synergize with the government and good spirited citizens to improve the polity and development of the state"

We prioritize human capital development and humanitarian services, we believe the both acts are the bedrock of any meaningful societal change in any state".

"We are of the view that someone's perception is his realities and that forms his actions, inactions and behavioral pattern".

"Therefore, to create a healthy society, we must remould, re orientate, reshape and refocus the mindsets of an average citizen towards positivism".

To achieve this noble goals, we intend to leverage on humanitarian services to impact effective cultural value development, civic education and value system".

"We intend to create workable citizens participation, engagement, Positive news updates, positive political thoughts, positive ideas that will bring progress in Enugu State and positive prayers for ourselves and our nation".

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Police arrest 60-year-old man for ‘defiling’ 13-year-old girl

A 60-year-old man simply identified as Ogheneovo has been arrested by the Police in Ovwian/Aladja Division for allegedly defiling a 13-year-old girl in Ovwian community in Udu Local Government Area of Delta State.

When contacted for comments, the Delta State Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Onome Onovwakpoyeya, confirmed the report in a chat with newsmen in Warri on Saturday.

DSP Onovwakpoyeya said, “Yes. It’s true. A 60-year-old man defiled a 13-year-old girl.”

She noted that case has been transferred to the Delta State Police Command for further interrogation as investigation into the matter continues.

It was learnt that the man allegedly lured the minor into his apartment with money and forcefully had carnal knowledge of her.

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Activist Accuses Delta Police Of Complicity In Alleged Illegal Child Adoption By Government Officials

Aright activist, Ighorhiohwunu Aghogho, has called on the Delta State Police Command to account for all exploited children transferred to the officials of the state’s Ministry of Women Affairs from 1991 till date.

He said the call was aimed at saving the lives of children, who are now regular victims of trafficking through illegal adoption by government officials in the ministry in connivance with the judiciary.

Aghogho condemned the police for involving in unethical and unprofessional conduct in the transfer of exploited children including suspected orphans from police stations within and across the state to some government officials in Delta.

The activist made the call in a statement on Friday over the incessant cases of illegal adoption by a group of people in government without following laid down procedures.

He maintained that the Delta State Child's Right Law prohibited the collection of money or reward for child adoption except with the sanction of the court.

The statement reads, “It would be recalled that the Area Command Office, Warri, Delta State Police Command had unethically and unprofessionally issued a document dated 2/8/16 reference number AR: 3000/DTS/ARC/WARRI/VOL 39/85 transferring twelve exploited children from the Area Command Office, Warri, to the Social Welfare Officer, Effurun, and same were allegedly trafficked."

Meanwhile, spokesperson for the Delta State Police Command, DSP Onome Onovwakpoyeya, while reacting to SaharaReporters’ enquiry on the matter and whereabouts of the children transferred by police to various orphanage homes, said it was not the duty of police to do follow up on adopted children once they had been transferred.

SaharaReporters had reported that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Benin Zonal Office, was currently investigating one Emmanuel Zimi Dolor and the Chief Judge of Delta State, Justice Marshal Umukoro, including officials of the Delta State Ministry of Women Affairs and judiciary on the alleged child trafficking.

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Expert Predicts Increase In Oil Bunkering In N’Delta As Oil Price Drop

With observers predicting a new normal of less than $50 for a barrel of oil, an environmental campaigner has told the Nigerian government to expect an increase in oil bunkering if illegal refiners are not integrated into modular refineries soon.

Environmental activist, Dumnamenem Fineface, feels youths of the delta will increase their oil bunkering activities to feed if the government fails to help them transition to alternate sources of living.

Two multilateral agencies Nigeria belongs to— the International Energy Agency and the International Monetary Fund—are calling for efficient management of oil and gas operations to reduce the emission of methane, a greenhouse gas which causes global warming.

The policies proposed by these agencies in a recent report would lead to oil prices staying lower than the 2019 average of $60 if adopted by governments. The two agencies want global leaders to remove subsidies that aid fossil fuel production, invest more in mobile energy storage units, build modular nuclear reactors, and increase investment in solar, wind and hydroelectric sources of energy.

All these would reduce the revenue earned by oil-dependent economies like Nigeria and make life more difficult for the already impoverished host communities.

Fineface, in an interview with SaharaReporters, said, “The impact of COVID-19 and the reduction in oil price on youths in the Niger Delta is this: If they are selling a barrel for like N20,000, they will now have to sell two barrels for like N20,000. Since the products are stolen, they will not drag with potential buyers. Oil theft will be more difficult to control because people have a way of buying it cheaper than they do from the main market.”

With demand for petrol expected to drop in developed economies, following the anticipated replacement of automobiles with electric vehicles, analysts believe refining activities will be restricted to countries like Nigeria, where gasoline engine cars will still remain in vogue.

Fineface said the government should honour its promise to provide modular refineries for Niger Delta youths and harness their abilities to distil crude oil with no formal training.

“The federal government should stick to their promise and subsidise the license for modular refineries for these youths,” he said. “If it were to be other countries, they would have called the youths involved in oil theft and asked them how they can use equipment worth less than N5m to refine when to construct one modular refinery cost between $150m to $250m.”

The promise to integrate illegal refiners into mainstream refining was made by the federal government in 2017 and the act is nowhere to be reduced, except arrests and destruction of refining camps that always spring back up.

However, an energy policy expert, Denyefa Zibima said federal and state governments were paying lip service to help Niger Delta communities survive the new normal of low oil prices.

“At the level of the state, it has always been lip service, playing politics with the fact that they need to diversify, they need to move away from oil revenue and look for something more sustainable in the mid to long term but they understand that sooner or later these revenues will drop. What I hope does not happen is that we shouldn’t implode at a time we are not ready for it,” Zibima said.

With oil companies expected to close more production wells in the mid to long term, he is worried that these firms are not making an effort to decommission these fields according to standard practice and that the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) has looked away.

“You just need to go to the Niger-Delta, to see the number of abandoned wells that are yet to be decommissioned,” he said. “I’ve seen a well that was abandoned for 10 years and you could see the oil bubbling at the surface.”

To help countries come out from COVID-19 and be more energy efficient, the IEA wants governments to stop fossil fuel subsidies, and increase renewable energy investments. The agency will be making its proposal to global leaders on July 9, during its clean energy transition summit.

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Policemen In Delta Forced To Refund N1.2m Extorted From Innocent Man After Being Exposed By Human Rights Group

The Inspector-General of Police Special Tactical Squad, Delta State command, was on Saturday caught by members of Behind Bars Human Rights Foundation after extorting N1.2m from an innocent victim.

SaharaReporters gathered that the incident, which took place along the Asaba International Airport, ended up with the IGP squad transferring back the money into the account of the victim following the swift intervention of the Executive Director of Behind Bars Human Rights Foundation, Harrison Gwamnishu.

Narrating the incident to our correspondent, Gwamnishu said his team received a complaint from a resident of the state that he was arrested by the IGP Special Tactical Squad attached to Delta State Police Command without committing any offence.

He said, "On Saturday, we received a complaint from a Deltan that he was arrested by the IGP Special Tactical Squad attached to Delta State Police Command, Asaba, without any offence. He was arrested opposite the Asaba International Airport and his phone was seized. They denied him access to his phone but subjected him to torture.

"His phone was opened by the IGP team and they saw a balance of N1,250,000 and ordered him to pay else they kill on label him a kidnapper. No statement was taken from him, he was not even taken to any police station. After much threat, the team gave him account number and he transferred N1.2m to the team.

"When my organisation heard the story, we swung into action by first reporting to the Delta State Commissioner of Police who frowned at the development. I gave him details of the officers and he pleaded that I visit their operational base and get back to him.

"Getting to the operational base of the IGP team with the victim, the Inspector-General of Police Special Tactical Squad commander paraded his officers to the victim to identify and he identified all the team members. From there I took it up with the team after they had denied extorting N1.2m from the victim, but later accepted and the money was transferred back to the victim's account immediately."

While drawing the attention of the IGP to the criminal activities of some of his police officers, Gwamnishu condemned the act and demanded the immediate prosecution of the corrupt police officers in court.

In the transaction details seen by our correspondent, the team made the transfer of the N1.2m back to the victim from three different bank accounts in three installments of N500,000, N500,000 and N200,000 while in a video recorded in the operational office of the IGP team obtained by SaharaReporters, the team was seen and heard appealing to Gwamnishu to cover up their crime.

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Rights Group Raises Alarm Over Health Condition Of Delta Journalist Who Tested Positive For COVID-19

Agroup, Conference For Human Right, has raised the alarm concerning the deteriorating health condition of a Delta State-based journalist, Theophilus Onojeghen, who tested positive for COVID-19 last week in Warri.

The group berated the response of Governor Ifeanyi Okowa in handling the situation as well as the treatment of other journalists infected with the virus, saying the governor was handling the issue in a "lackadaisical manner".

National Coordinator of the group, Omes Ogedegbe, Esq., in a statement on Monday also accused Okowa of gambling with the lives of residents of the state for cheap political gains.

The group also condemned the government for not providing adequate medical kit for COVID-19 health workers as they are being exposed to the virus.

Ogedegbe said, "Our brother and friend, Theophilus Onojeghen, the Managing Editor of Delta Today online media, submitted his blood sample for testing after he came in contact with somebody who later became positive for COVID-19 on Monday 23/6/2020 and sadly it came back positive. It was then we realized there are no isolation centres in Delta State as the Health Commissioner told him to self-isolate in his house knowing he has a wife and son.

"On Saturday 28th June 2020, Mr Theo became terribly sick and was having difficulty breathing, his wife was forced to raise an alarm and serious pressure was mounted on the NCDC officers who reluctantly arrived two hours later to their home dramatically blaring their sirens in the area for people to notice they were working.

"Upon their arrival, we saw a disappointing NCDC official without the requisite kits wearing a face mask, no hand gloves and he was informed to enter their vehicle before he was taken to central hospital Warri.

"The blood sample of his wife and son were not taken neither were they interested in contact tracing. His wife and son are to wait for themselves to get sick before any concern will be shown, they are expected to self-isolate and without any provisions made, the government of Delta State is more irresponsible."

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Delta State Government Accused Of Concealing Coronavirus Status Of Dead Officials

As cases of persons with Coronavirus continue to be on the rise, the Delta State Government has been accused of concealing the Coronavirus status of its officials, who died a few days ago, SaharaReporters has learnt.

A member of the Delta State Local Government Service Commission and a commissioner in the Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission had died few days ago over suspected COVID-19-related complications.

Recall that few days ago, Secretary to State Government in the state, Chiedu Ebie, Commissioner for Information Charles Aniagwu, and journalist, Theophilus Onojeghen, tested positive for COVID-19 and were taken to isolation centre for treatment.

Government officials, who confided in our correspondent revealed that, "The death of the two government officials was COVID-19-related but the state government had decided to remain mute for reasons best known them.

"The sudden death of the member of the Delta State Local Government Service Commission who hails from Isoko and the commissioner in the Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission, who hails from Urhobo, are clear cases of the virus. As we were told, before they died, they had difficulties in breathing and these are some of the symptoms of COVID-19."

Irked by the development, Delta State governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, raised the alarm over what he described as "increasing cases of COVID-19 in the state", saying it had become obvious that community transmission of the virus had reached an alarming and frightening proportion.

In a statement personally signed by the governor on Saturday, the governor said that it was regrettable that many persons still thought that the Coronavirus disease was a hoax, stressing that, "It cannot be a hoax when over 20 persons had died including some prominent citizens."

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Delta governor on self-isolation as daughter tests positive for coronavirus

As the Delta State Government intensifies efforts at stemming the spread of COVID-19 in the state, it announced on Friday that one of the children of the Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, has tested positive to the virus.

A statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Olisa Ifeajika, in Asaba, said, “consequently, the Governor and his family members will immediately commence self-isolation for 14 days”.

“It is again pertinent to stress that COVID-19 is real, and citizens are advised to be disciplined and comply with the protocols of wearing Face Masks and maintaining physical-distancing while in public places as well as basic hygiene of hand-washing with soap in running water and use of alcohol-based sanitisers as NCDC regulation demands,” Mr Ifeajika added.

The Delta State government had on June 21 two of its top officials tested positive to the virus. They were the Secretary to the State Government, Chiedu Ebie, and the Commissioner for Information, Charles Aniagwu.

Ifeajika at the time called on residents of the state to adhere strictly to the COVID-19 protocols as anyone, irrespective of status, could contract the virus.

“Let me advise all Deltans to, as a matter of top priority, always obey the COVID-19 protocols, which have been in the public domain, so as to curb further spread of the pandemic,” he said.

“The fresh cases in our hands in Delta further testifies to the fact that COVID-19 is not a scam. It is real and people should take the issues of the virus and personal hygiene seriously.

“COVID-19 is not a death sentence; so, when you begin to feel unwell, reach out to approved government hospitals for appropriate tests to be carried out.

“We can save ourselves and others from this virus if we obey all the protocols of wearing face masks, regular washing of hands in running water, use of alcohol-based sanitisers and maintaining physical-distancing while congregating in any form.

“All our hospitals and isolation centres across the state are on 24 hours alert to receive any case(s) of the Coronavirus or other health challenges.”

Okowa himself had on June 19 urged Deltans and other residents of the state to always observe all precautionary measures against COVID-19 in order to checkmate community transmission.

Speaking with Government House Correspondents on the dreaded disease, the governor said the level of infection was on the rise due to the lackadaisical attitude of people who erroneously believe the pandemic is a fluke.

“I want to plead with all Deltans that it is time for us to realise that there is community transmission of the disease which can affect anybody if adequate care was not taken,” Okowa stated.

The governor expressed worry that some states in the country might surpass the figures recorded in Lagos State due to the failure of most Nigerians to comply with all the laid down rules.

He said COVID-19 could only be eliminated if there is behavioural change by citizens.

Delta has so far recorded 715 COVID-19 cases, according to data from the NCDC.

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BREAKING: Delta SSG, Information Commissioner Test Positive For COVID-19

Secretary to the Delta State Government, Chiedu Ebie, and Commissioner for Information, Charles Aniagwu, have both tested positive for Coronavirus.

Revealing this on Sunday in a statement signed by Olisa Ifeajika, Chief Press Secretary to Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, the two officials showed mild symptoms of the virus and consequently subjected themselves to the test, which returned positive.

While calling on residents of the state to adhere strictly to the COVID-19 protocols irrespective of status, Ifeajika noted that anyone could contract the virus.

The statement reads, "Let me advise all Deltans to as a matter of top priority always obey the COVID-19 protocols, which have been in public domain, so as to curb further spread of the pandemic. The fresh cases in our hands in Delta further testifies to the fact that COVID-19 is not a scam. It is real and people should take the issue of the virus and personal hygiene seriously.

“COVID-19 is not a death sentence; so, when you begin to feel unwell, reach out to approved government hospitals for appropriate tests to be carried out. We can save ourselves and others from this virus if we obey all protocols of wearing face masks, regular washing of hands in running water, use of alcohol-based sanitisers and maintaining physical-distancing while congregating in any form.

“All our hospitals and isolation centres across the state are on 24 hours alert to receive any case(s) of Coronavirus or other health challenges.”

The SSG and the Information Commissioner had been in the frontline of the state's COVID-19 Task Force responsible for managing the virus in the state and giving Deltans regular update on the pandemic.

Our correspondent reliably gathered that the two senior government officials have since been moved to an isolation centre in the state capital, Asaba, where they are said to be responding to treatment.

Governor Ifeanyi Okowa had on Friday raised the alarm and lamented the rate at which the figures of people tested positive were increasing in the state.

As at the time of filing this report, Delta state has recorded over 500 COVID-19 cases with few recovery and death cases.

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N1.5 Billion Road Project: Group Condemns Shoddy Job By Contractor

Apressure group, Isoko Monitoring Group, has raised the alarm over the poorly executed N1.5 billion road project at Ikpide-Irri riverine community, Isoko South Local Government Area of Delta State, by a Lagos state based marine company, Portplus Nigeria limited.

To address the failure and refusal of the company to maintain standards and quality in the construction of the road, the group petitioned the Delta State Government to take appropriate action against the contractor who is an indigene of the community.

The statement partly reads, "We have been able to establish before now that the contractor, Portplus Limited, that is handling the project has done jobs which fell below the generally accepted standard and that of the Bill of Quantity (BOQ) of the project. The contractor needs to be cautioned and made to follow the BOQ of the project to avoid giving the Delta State Government a very bad image.

"We want to believe that your office as the Special Adviser is designed to unearth projects that are being executed poorly across the state and hold such erring contractors accountable to avoid deliberate attempts to discredit the government of the day and paint it in bad light before the general public.

"While we are happy that the second approved drainage system is now being constructed, we want to state categorically that the job being done is way below average and needs to be discontinued."

Following IMG's petition, the state government on Thursday paid an unscheduled visit to the site and expressed disappointment. It declared the multi-billion naira road project by Portplus firm as nothing but substandard.

Governor Ifeanyi Okowa had in 2017 awarded the first phase of the contract to Portplus at N736,404,555.60, and in 2019, it was reviewed upward to over a billion naira.

The elder brother of the contractor and President-General of the community, Michael Omojefe, alleged that the contract was a 'kola nut contract’ given by the governor as appreciation to his younger brother for contributing to the governor's electoral victory in 2015.

Speaking during the unscheduled visit, Special Adviser to the state governor on Project Implementation, Evaluation and Monitoring, Johnson Erijo, in the company of a team of engineers and government officials, frowned on the low quality of job by Portplus firm, describing it as unfortunate and wastage of state government resources.

Erijo condemned in its entirety the job done so far by the firm, adding that what is on the ground cannot stand the test of time.

He said, "This is unacceptable, Governor Ifeanyi Okowa will not accept this poor quality. The governor is unhappy with the huge resources he has put so far into this project. Just recently, the contract gained upward review and there is nothing on the ground to show good quality of job and value for money. The government must get value for funds released for projects."

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Delta medical practitioners declare two-day warning strike over kidnap of colleague

Medical doctors in Delta have declared a two-day warning strike to protest the kidnap of a Principal Medical Officer Dr. Wisdom Iboyitete, who was kidnapped at the General Hospital, Ojobo, in Burutu Local Government Area of the state on Monday.

The warning strike, it was learñt took effect this morning, Tuesday, June 2, 2020.

Iboyitete was whisked away by arms-wielding gunmen who pretended to be patients in the wee hours of Monday and reportedly whisked him to unknown location through the creeks in the Ijaw riverine community.

The two-day warning strike was declared on Monday night by the state branch of the National Association of Government General Medical and Dental Practitioners (NAGGMDP) at the end of an emergency meeting of the body.

In a statement obtained by newsmen on Tuesday, the association directed its members under Ughelli and Bomadi Medical Zones to embark on a warning strike to demand the immediate release of their abducted colleague.

The statement signed by the State NAGGMDP’s chairman, Dr. Ebikagboro Olayinka, and Secretary, Dr. Ikechukwu Okoh, called for the unconditional release of Dr. Iboyitete.

The association threatened that if by Thursday their abducted colleague is not released by the gunmen, all members of NAGGMDP shall embark on an indefinite strike across the state to press for his release by security agencies in the state.

The statement read, “Dr. Wisdom Iboyitete, a Principal Medical Officer at General Hospital, Ojobo was abducted in the hospital premises by unknown gunmen pretending to be patients on 01/06/2020 at 00:01 WAT.

“The Association had an Emergency Meeting today 01/06/2020 and noted that efforts made in the release of our members from the kidnappers’ den are suboptimal and call on the Delta State Government and security agencies to increase the tempo in locating and rescuing our member unscathed and unharmed.

“Consequently, the Association resolved as follows: All our members under Ughelli and Bomadi Medical Zones are to embark on a warning strike from 08:00 WAT tomorrow Tuesday 02/06/2020.

“All members of the Association in the State to commence indefinite strike action from 08:00 WAT on Thursday 04/06/2020 until he is released.

“There shall be a peaceful protest walk on Thursday 04/06/2020. This protest walk will commence from the Delta State NMA Secretariat (opposite the Cenotaph, Asaba) to the Government House and then to the Office of the Commissioner of Police in Asaba.

“To hold a Press Conference demanding his unconditional release and also highlighting the plight of doctors who are soft targets of Kidnappers in Delta State.

“We demand the unconditional release of our member Dr. Wisdom Iboyitete.”

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Delta doctor abducted by gunmen in government hospital

Gunmen have abducted a resident doctor identified simply as Dr. Wisdom Iboyitete at Central Hospital, Ojobo in Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State.

It was learnt that the hoodlums disguised as patients during the attack.

The incident it was gathered occurred on Sunday night at 11:30 pm.

Sources said, “Dr. Iboyitete was said to be with the newly elected Ojobo Community Chairman when he received a call from the hospital over an emergency case.

“Unknown to him that the supposed patient and others who accompanied the patient turned out to be kidnappers.

“The kidnappers numbering eight spoke in Ijaw language during the attack.

“The victim has been whisked away to an unknown destination through a nearby river in the community.

“The kidnappers have not established contact with the doctor’s family or residents of the community.

When contacted, the State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Hafiz Inuwa, confirmed the incident via phone on Monday.

He said, “The kidnappers had pretended to be patients who needed medical services.

“Yes, the people posed as patients, so the doctor was to treat them. They kidnapped him and took him inside the water.

“Maybe they came with a boat. But we have mobilised policemen to that place to see what they can do.”

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Delta State Announces 17 New COVID-19 Cases

The Delta State Government has announced 17 new COVID-19 cases in the state.

The state government announced the new cases on Twitter while giving an update on the outbreak of the virus in the state.

The new cases take the total infections in the state to 74.

According to the state government, there are 51 active cases in Delta with 16 discharged and seven deaths.

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Brizzle Man Biography

Brizzle Man, whose real name is Tiamiyu Ibrahim Olawale, is a Nigeria Musical artist, songwriter, Composer, Producer. He was born in Orilé later moved to Iba New site, where he was raised by his parents.

Tiamiyu Ibrahim Olawale (born 4th April, 2003), know professionally as Brizzle Man is a young Nigerian singer, songwriter, composer and a producer. He started his music career at the age of 17 In lagos, Nigeria as a music producer online.

Early Life and Career

Brizzle Man is a native of Oyo State, He grew up in Iba New site. He started his music career at the age of 17 In year 2020 In lagos, Nigeria. as a music producer online. He later started releasing his originals music on major streaming platforms. His first released was love you on Apple Music, Deezer, ITunes, Amazon Music, Jiosaavn, Audiomack, Boomplay, YouTube music, Sportify, Facebook and Instagram.

Brizzle Man sings in English language, Nigerian Pidgin, Yoruba language his is a blend of Afrobeats and Hip hop music. He derived his stage name from one his best-beloved friend called Brizzle, whom he Admired. Brizzle Man is best know for his singles Doli Baby, Adesewa, Hadijah, Latifah, Lifestyle the most viral on Apple Music and other streaming platforms in November, 2021.

Record Label Preparation

Brizzle Man started building up his own Record Label which he later succeeded in year 2022.

Brizzle Man Owned Brizzleman Records

He is the founder and CEO of Brizzleman Records. Brizzle Man released the Afrobeat track "Doli Baby" on 14th August, 2022. It's produced by Brizzleman Records


At the age of 11, He had his primary at Great saviors Montessori Nursery and Primary school at Iba New Site Lagos. He also attended Isasi Junior and Secondary Grammar School in year 2013.

Where he graduated with his West African Senior School Certificate (WAEC) in year 2019. He started working hard to get him self selected at the music industry which he keeps pending and started planning for his University Educational journey which he wishes to study in a Military school as an Officer of Airforce in kaduna.

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