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  1. Nubi O Peter JP Nubi O Peter JP January 6, 2018

    I hope Daily Times will act on what I have sent to them via mail. An error on page 23 of yesterday 5th January, 2018 should not have arisen. How can you say yesterday was 5th Jan, 2017!!! Instead of 2018?
    I need the correction as soon as possible because my “CHANGE OF NAME” publication appears on that page sadly enough!
    Oluseun Peter Ogunnubi (Now Nubi)

    • DTN DTN January 9, 2018

      We apologise for the mistake. Kindly check today’s copy of our paper for correction. Thank you

  2. SAINT MIENPAMO SAINT MIENPAMO January 10, 2018

    Hope you guys will do a follow up story on the issue of forceful installation of CDC chairman by the paramount ruler of Ikebiri community. He only debunk the story in your paper on the 26 of December 2017. But he lied. We have taken him to court over the issue. I just sent you a story on that regard

    Osa Okhomina, Yenagoa

    Communal Crisis:

    Angry Bayelsa indigenes drag Monarch, others to Court over threat to security, disputed CDC poll

    …court fixes Jan. 15th for hearing

    Two angry Indigenes of the Ikebiri 1 community of the Southern Ijaw Local Government Area of the State has dragged the paramount ruler of the community, H. R. H Francis Timi Ododo and Seven others to court over the alleged involvement in imposition of a Community Development Committee (CDC) candidates and acts capable to provoking threat to peace in the community.

    The two angry indigenes, Comrade Saint Miepamo Onitsha and Comrade Nimibofa Francis, in a suit numbered OHC/31/2017, alleged that despite a laid down guideline on the zoning and conduct of the Chairmanship position of the Community Development Committee, the accused Monarch and Seven others allegedly set aside the rule to suspend the some contestants and imposed on the people a CDC chairman contrary to the aspiration of the indigenes.

    Aside from the Traditional Ruler of Ikebi 1, the six others dragged before the State High Court in the Oporomo Judicial Division, include the Chairman and Secretary of the community electoral committee, Simon Abraham and Ikiolamote Feubai.

    Others include the Chairman, Secretary and representative of the Usaku Wari Family electoral committee in Tamakuno compound, Gift Saun, Preye Amaden and Jonathan Ayaowei.

    According to the writ of summon, made available to news men in Yenagoa, the two angry indigenea is seeking the order of Court to declare their disqualification illegal, null and void, “that the purported disqualification of the claimanta on Friday, 15th of December, 2017 contrary to the published guidelines as relates to the position of the Community Development Committee Chairman zones to Tamakuno compound of Ikebiri 1 is illegal, null and void. ”

    “a declaration that 1st and 2nd set of defendants are bound to follow the published guidelines for the conduct of the election as relates to the community Development Committee Chairmanship position zones to the Tamakunu compound in Ikebiri 1 and that the claimant cannot be excluded from taking part in the election having fulfilled all condition. ”

    “a declaration that the purported declaration of Mr.Abiola Ayakoroama ,the 6th defendant as the winner of the election for the position of the Community Development Committee Chairman on the 15th of December, 2017 without election and without given the claimant the opportunity to contest is illegal, null and void and contrary to established guideline. ”

    “An order of the court setting aside the purported disqualification of the 1st and 2nd claimants and ordering fresh election with new set of electoral committee. An order restraining the 6th defendant from parading himself as the CDC Chairman of Ikebiri 1 community of the Southern Ijaw Local Government Area of the State. ”

    Meanwhile, the court has fixed January 15th hearing into the suit filed.

  3. Anonymous Anonymous January 24, 2018

    Please how and where do I get a complimentary copy of July 4 last year’s paper? My change of name is on one of its pages. I’ll appreciate your reply.
    Thanks.

  4. OluwaFunmilola Kezia Seun-Ogundijo OluwaFunmilola Kezia Seun-Ogundijo January 26, 2018

    Good morning, please I did my change of name on your paper which came out on 23rd Jan, 2018 but have since then been unable to get the newspaper at newspaper vendor as they were all telling me the same thing that the couldn’t get the paper to buy on Tuesday even up till now. Just want to know how I can get it as it is very important I get it urgently.
    Thanks.

    • Anonymous Anonymous February 6, 2018

      I will advise you to download it on their website before it’s too late. Daily times is not a good place to do publication, you hardly get their papers from the vendors. They don’t even come to office most of the time, it’s really bad. Get the pdf online and print it out, that’s what I did. I regret using DTN for my change of name.

  5. Ozioma Ozioma February 1, 2018

    Please how do I get a copy of Daily times for 12th January. I’m based in Abuja and the Vendors say they can’t get it.

    • Anonymous Anonymous February 6, 2018

      I’ll advise you to download it on their website before it’s too late. Daily times is not a good place to do publication, you hardly get their papers from the vendors. They don’t even come to office most of the times, it’s really bad. Get the pdf online and print it out. I regret using DTN for.my change of name.

  6. Anonymous Anonymous March 1, 2018

    pls how do i download the pdf on there website

    • Anonymous Anonymous March 2, 2018

      Click on the menu bar to look for E-Paper button, click on the e-paper button, it will take you to the page, just type the date of your publication in the search button it will automatically bring out what you want to download.
      Better still, use the link below:
      https://dailytimes.ng/category/e-paper/

  7. Anonymous Anonymous March 2, 2018

    Click on the menu bar to look for E-Paper button, click on the e-paper button, it will take you to the page, just type the date of your publication in the search button it will automatically bring out what you want to download.
    Better still, use the link below:
    https://dailytimes.ng/category/e-paper/

  8. Sola Sola March 8, 2018

    How much does change of name cost and d process pls.

  9. Usman Daniel Usman Daniel April 6, 2018

    When are my getting todays Paper . Thank you from Enugu

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