Year: 2017

APPEAL COURT JUDGMENT SENATOR ABE EXPRESSES JOY ON HIS VICTORY Thank God, Judiciary, Amaechi, Others

Senator Magnus Ngei Abe, Senator representing Rivers South East Senatorial District, has expressed joy on the outcome of the Court of Appeal judgment on the December 10, 2016, Senatorial re-run election, describing it as the most contentious election in the history of elections in Nigeria. Speaking to newsmen shortly after the Appeal Court confirmed him as the winner of the election, Abe said although Hon. Olaka Nwogu challenged his victory, he deserves commendation for exhausting his constitutional rights up to the level of the Court of Appeal and hoped that the decision of the Court would put to rest his contention after almost two years of electoral battle.

Senator Abe Lauds Niger Delta People for Rising Support For Buhari

Senator Magnus Ngei Abe, senator representing Rivers South East Senatorial District, has commended the Niger Delta people for increasing their support for the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari. Speaking in an interview with NTA International, Senator Abe said that there is a growing level of support from the Niger Delta to the present administration. This, he said is as a result of engagement by this administration with the people of the region.

Book Review: LIVING with AUDACITY

As I interact with people on a daily basis both physically and virtually, I perceive there’s one thing we all share in common as humans. It didn’t matter what we do or what we look like, we all want to get some kind of result out of life. We are all seeking for balance. We want our lives to exude an aura that makes the whole world stand at ease when our names of the thought of us comes to mind. Truth is, we can’t get tired of results. Living with Audacity is my response to this quest for results on a personal level. They represent the lessons I’d learned in my journey so far which I’ve been able to distill down into strategies that can help anyone anytime to effortlessly get more out of life.

Senator Abe Commends APC Members for Resisting Impunity

Senator Magnus Ngei Abe, senator representing Rivers South East Senatorial District and an APC stalwart, has commended APC members in Rivers State for resisting attempt by the leadership of the party in the state to shut out every member that has sympathy for him at the Local Government Non-elective Delegates Congress. Briefing newsmen in Port Harcourt on his reaction to the botched congress, Abe said that it was obvious to everybody that the leadership of the party in the state designed the congress to shut out his supporters. “Even a child knows that yesterday’s local government non elective congress in the state was designed by the leadership for one reason and one reason only, to prove that those with Senator Abe has been shut out of the party and will have no space in the affairs of the party “, Abe said.

GROUPS LAMENT CRISIS IN RIVERS APC: …Insist Hunger, Unemployment, Intimidation, Lack of Purpose May Jeopardize Party’s Chances

The long-running crisis in the Rivers State chapter of the All Progressives Congress, APC, over divergent arguments on whether or not the party will conduct a governorship primary in selecting its candidate for the 2019 gubernatorial election has taken a new dimension. Four groups within the party in the state held separate meetings at the weekend, in Port Harcourt, the state capital, and took a swipe at the leadership of the party, insisting that former Governor Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi’s resolve to anoint a governorship candidate and the willingness of Senator Magnus Ngei Abe to offer himself for nomination in the governorship primary, should there be one in 2018, prior the governorship election on Saturday, March 2, 2019, has further exposed members of the party to lingering hardship and dejection. All four groups were unanimous in their condemnation of the crisis provoked by the topical debate on whether or not the Rivers APC will hold a primary as stipulated by the party’s constitution or ignore that provision in the APC constitution, as it happened in 2015, …

Despite the Economic Recession People Are Still Getting Rich Through A New CryptoCurrency TBC

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My Birthday Message: Be Yourself

Be yourself!!! There are people who are not satisfied with who they are. They’d rather be someone else or do something that they are not naturally inclined to doing. But another secret to success in life and work is to live the uniqueness that is [in] you. So, rather than focus on someone you admire, learn to be yourself. You can never execute any work effectively, or even treat anyone else right, until you value and treat yourself right. If you treat yourself well, people will treat you right.

Senator Abe Promises to Spearhead Sickle Cell Campaign

Senator Magnus Ngei Abe, senator representing Rivers South East Senatorial District, has promised to spearhead sickle cell awareness campaign and its collaboration with the Senate. Speaking at a symposium to mark the World Sickle Cell Awareness Day 2017, organized by Sickle Cell Interactive and Management Association in Collaboration with Sickle Cell Support Society of Nigeria and Action Against Sickle Cell, in Port Harcourt, Abe said he would liaise with the Senate committee on Health in conjunction with the Association with a view to creating a legislative platform and framework for intensive national awareness as well as legal control in attitude and behavior.

Advice for the employed

Diversify!!! There is a lot of overdependence on white collar jobs. It has become a crowd mentality. Meanwhile there are lots of other jobs available. As a graduate you can do absolutely anything. It is about the value that you can bring to a job that matters more than what you can take out of it. You can start from anywhere and grow (don’t look down on any position).