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Tamunobarabi Gogo Ibulubo
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ANOTHER WAY A WRITER LIES

Started Mar 12, 2008

 

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Country:
Nigeria
What do you do?
Reporter, Editor, Producer, Researcher, Other
Organisation
Rivers State Television/Broadcasting -RSTV
Fields of interest
science, agriculture, health, water, energy, climate change, biodiversity, sustainable development, poverty reduction, biotechnology, engineering, policy
Email address
obarabi@gmail.com
Website:
http://www.tamunobarabi.wordpress.com
Languages
English and Okrika
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A keen journalist, notable for his human interest reports in the Niger Delta region in Nigeria.

Born in Port Harcourt, he has a Bachelor of Education degree in English. He was trained by FRCN/BBC and NTA in fields of journalism.His is the author of 'Touch The Sky' shortlisted for 2009 ANA/FUNTIME Children Book Award and 'Shadows of the Struggle'.. His poems have appeared in anthologies..

The novel ''SHADOWS OF THE STRUGGLE'' presents the life's struggle,an epic battle of a sort, over the control of the heart of the oil economic. There is betrayal, hatred and calculated self-interest and it will jar the minds of the readers.

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Introducing the 'Shadows of the Struggle' Novel

This is a journalist telling a tale oof one off hiis experience in a fictional narration. It is set in Searawaji Province where the people were compelled to live in communities of poverty despite the wealth oil and gas exploratory activities make of a few who had control over this treasure.



The ''SHADOWS OF THE STRUGGLE'. depicts Niger Delta; the centre of the oil and gas rich region,of Nigeria that has suffered ill -environmental practices,unemployment for the youths,poor…

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Posted on April 8, 2008 at 16:30

COMMUNITY ELECTORATES' APATHY

The chairmanship and councillorship elections in Rivers state that held on the 29th March 2008, was characterized by a peaceful conduct of the electorates.This is not to say that there were no attempts by some people to hijack the exercise.There were early disturbances that were intended

to discourage the larger body of electorates.But these panick situations were only visible in some local government councils.



One other major snag was the delay in the distribution of materials… Continue

Posted on March 30, 2008 at 18:00

VOTING AT ELECTION EMBOLDENS LOCAL COMMMUNITY PEOPLE

A mixed feeling has heralded the local government elections that is scheduled to hold on 29th March 2008, in the oil rich Rivers State of Niger Delta in Nigeria. This is predicated on the fact that the practice of politics and elections in the past eight years instilled so much fear in the minds of the people who were often scared off polling stations.



The monstrous threat deprived them from voting.There were a manifest hijacking of the process.The desparation is hinged on the… Continue

Posted on March 28, 2008 at 15:30

COLLABORATION TO BREAK RURAL POVERTY

The original title of this report is 'Britain urges World Bank reform against poverty in Africa' which appeared on the Guardian Newspaper Nigeria of the 25th, February,2008.I believe that publishing it on this page would provide readers here some information and moral to judge how true commitment to reduce poverty can move the world forward.A renege would do otherwise.



Therefore seeking a sharper international focus to fight poverty in Africa, Britain's aid minister has urged World… Continue

Posted on February 25, 2008 at 11:00

UNHEALTHY RURAL COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS

Health is wealth.Evidences at every turn one takes proves this to be true.A healthy man/woman works with assured strides of steps.Howbeit, such person could not be said to be free of any presence of disease, aches and virus in his body system.But he knows that he is healthy to pursue his daily businesses and catch up with appointments.He is fit to contribute productivitly to the socio-economic growth of the nation.



It is this need to ensure the creation of wealth, both on individual,… Continue

Posted on February 18, 2008 at 17:30 — 1 Comment

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At 21:12 on December 18, 2007, Mwai Ndegwa said…
Welcome to my circle of friends. Hopefully, this will be an enriching and enlighting process. Cheers. NDEGWA
At 11:55 on November 28, 2007, Sri Mariati (Cici) said…
Hi Tamunobarabi, glad if you take me as your friend for social network
 
 
 

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