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Steve Azaiki
Former SSG, Bayelsa State | Former Chancellor, Niger Delta University | Representing The Good People Of YELGA/KOLGA Federal Constituency
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Steve Azaiki 29 Jul 19
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Today, I join millions of men and women of goodwill around the world to celebrate this amazon of inestimable value on the occasion of her birthday. May the glory of God continue to shine on her. Happy birthday Annkio
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Steve Azaiki 29 Jul 19
Annkio Briggs - Our lady of substance. A woman of capacity, capability and sagacious audacity. She is my Pulcher soror and very audax-bold, daring and courageous. A born fighter for justice.
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Steve Azaiki 29 Jul 19
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amazon of inestimable value on the occasion of her birthday. May the glory of God continue to shine on her. Happy birthday Annkio.
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Steve Azaiki 26 Jul 19
MY QUEST TO SERVE AS GOVERNOR OF BAYELSA STATE, NIGERIA. “SERVICE 2019”
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Steve Azaiki 12 Apr 19
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while in Africa the petroleum industry is dominated by the companies from the developed countries who transports Africa's crude to their home countries, refine and bring the refined products back to Africa -double dealing and crippling Africa's potential for growth. Etc
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Steve Azaiki 12 Apr 19
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6. Africa will want the developed countries to help Africa stop corruption by insisting that multinational Companies adheres to the standard rules of engagement in doing bussiness i.e. Dubai, Abu Dabi all in the United Emirates prospect and refine petroleum products themselves -
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Steve Azaiki 12 Apr 19
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5. How does Africa especially Nigeria address its astronomical population growth? Africa's population overshadow our efforts in combating poverty
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Steve Azaiki 12 Apr 19
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4. Africa is moving to the digital age, economic, e-government and access to the internet. The next big business will be digital business. How does Africa key into this to enable her create jobs and better opportunities for her youths?
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Steve Azaiki 12 Apr 19
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3. Climate change; Africa contribute only 4% to the effect of climate change yet Africa suffers almost 65% effect of climate change. How does Africa especially Nigeria tap into the the 200 billion made available to fight climate change in the next five years?
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Steve Azaiki 12 Apr 19
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1. World bank report for classifying Nigeria as one of the five countries living in extreme poverty condition. 2. How does the world Bank and IMF help Nigeria fight security and tackle poverty?
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Steve Azaiki 12 Apr 19
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to discuss ground breaking research and solutions for fixing food systems and other research findings. These are some of the issues I will raise in the spring meetings
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Steve Azaiki 12 Apr 19
I was recommended by the world Bank and the IMF to attend the spring meetings of the World Bank Group and the international Monitoring Fund IMF in Washington DC from April 8-14, 2019. The spring meetings will bring renown world leading scientists, policy makers and innovators
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Steve Azaiki 9 Apr 19
I celebrate DR. (MRS.) GRACE KOROYE on the occasion of her birthday. You have been a faithful mother to all of us, and your contributions to the growth and development of our people. May God bless you now and always. HAPPY BIRTHDAY !
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Prince Ikenna 4 Apr 19
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Steve Azaiki 1 Apr 19
Another eventful day I must say. It was a familiar ground for me as I met with long time friends in the National Assembly Orientation conference. Among such notable personality is the Senate President my good friend Sen. Bokula Saraki and other National Assembly Members elect
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Ebizimo 27 Mar 19
The Business Session kicks off at the ongoing Forum of the National Librarian, Chairmen and Directors of State Library Boards in Nigeria, holding at Domaris Garden and Suits, Yenagoa Bayelsa state.
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Steve Azaiki 31 Mar 19
I am most humbled by this congratulatory letter from the House committee chairman on Defence. By this noble gesture I am indeed energised to serve my constituency,state and Nigeria better. Thank you sir.
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Steve Azaiki 15 Mar 19
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..representatives to speak on your behalf, my Bayelsans and the people of Niger Delta and Nigeria at large. The INEC chairman Prof. Mahmud Yakubu welcomed me personally as a fellow. Service I owe all of you and I thank you all for sending me to represent you.
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Steve Azaiki 15 Mar 19
MY CERTIFICATE OF RETURN IS YOUR VOICE It is my pleasure to inform you with a high sense of humility and appreciation, my good people of Yelga/Kolga Federal constituency of Bayelsa state, that I have been handed over my certificate of Return to serve in the floor of the House of
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