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|Deleted by here: 9:21pm On May 07, 2016|
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|Re: Deleted by SamuelAnyawu(m): 9:27pm On May 07, 2016|
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|Re: Deleted by Nobody: 9:30pm On May 07, 2016|
bros as a south south son like you, i share same concern as you. That is why some of us will never support this criminals called milltants. They are not fighting for us but for thier pocket.
That is why i will advocate for community pipeline protection. let d money go directly to the people from Abuja.
i am against giving contract to few criminals who end up oppressing everyone in d community.
Come to BMH hospital in portharcourt, most of the villagers in the oil community can not pay 5000 naira to treat thier children. U see children of this oil communities die because of 5000 naira. While people like Tompolo are wasting billions flying private Jet with money they collect base on fighting for us. it is really pathetic and sad. Those of us with conscience can never support self destruction in d name of hatred or politics or political correctness. My people first b4 political correctness. That is why i like Donald trump the GOP nominee in d US. Putting the people first is his slogan.
Niger Delta sons like me and u who see how money for niger delta people is being wasted by greedy few can never support this greedy few.
|Re: Deleted by BIGERBOY1: 9:52pm On May 07, 2016|
"Why hasn't buhari condemned this attack on the pipelines and those on chevron before it, his silence shows he is complicit in the attacks"
Let this militants know that he who laughs last laughs best. The FG has offered an olive branch through its special adviser on ND issues (even though am against it), take it. There had been reports that you guys stock piled arms even bought warships during the last government. Don't hand the the FG the excuse to come after you guys.
This is not yaradua that stops military operations midway to offer amnesty to criminals, this is GMB the guy listen time no one especially if he is determined (by now you all should have noticed that). This one don pass be careful.
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|Re: Deleted by sunnyb0b0(m): 10:23pm On May 07, 2016|
For the records,
Tompolo Hospital Commissioning
|Re: Deleted by Karm16: 10:25pm On May 07, 2016|
Ibo slaves will soon come to call you Yoruba
|Re: Deleted by sunnyb0b0(m): 10:27pm On May 07, 2016|
So that people are not deceived;
Tompolo donates education materials to 46 schools ON FEBRUARY 20, 2013
BY LUCKY OJI
No fewer than 46 public schools including primary and secondary schools in Warri South- West Area of Delta State benefited from Tompolo Foundation’s donation of educational materials. This was revealed Monday at Ogbe-Ijoh, headquarters of Warri South-West by Mr. Job Bebenimibo, Director of Education, Tompolo Foundation during the second round of donation of school materials. According to Bebenimibo, “in fulfillment of our objective, on behalf of the Tompolo Foundation, we donate these items to support learning and to make public schools more competitive. “We are making this donation to over 46 schools, both primary and secondary schools; 14 schools will get full education materials while others will get textbooks, exercise books, charts, biros, dictionaries and so on. “The 14 schools will get complete school uniforms, sportswear, recreational equipment, sandals, belts, school bags and books. It is our aim that all schools will get full materials later, this is the beginning of great things to come from us.” Responding, Mr. McDonald Akpojevwa, Chief Inspector of Education, Warri South-West Area said; “On behalf of the Commissioner, the principals, students and pupils, I humbly thank you for this kind gesture. “It is marvelous that in these hard times, an illustrious son is donating these items. The items will be put to judicious use for the benefit of the children. Adding his voice, Mr. Godspower Uyabribinde, Secretary of LGEA said; “Today is historic. We are proud to be associated with this foundation in their stride for developing education in the area. “Education is a phenomenon of ages. The Bible says ‘my people perish for lack of knowledge,’ that shows the importance of education. Education is the best legacy we can leave for our children. “In this light, Tompolo Foundation in our education sector is a new dawn which we will cherish, embrace and maintain to achieve prescribed objectives.”
Read more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2013/02/tompolo-donates-education-materials-to-46-schools/
|Re: Deleted by Super1Star: 10:29pm On May 07, 2016|
Wait and see how the enemies of ND will come around and be hurling their usual slogan of ''you are yoruba'' at you.
Please bomb the pipeline, bomb the water and even bomb the air. It is your land and the attendant impact and hazards will also be your portion.
It will not be well with whoever says you should not bomb.
There is oil in Ondo, Lagos and Ogun. Exploration is expected to commence in Lake Chad by Q3. Dangote refinery is expected to come on board by Q4 of 2017. With that Nigeria can even be importing crude and refine it for the local market.
Amnesty programme will go down in the history as the greatest disservice to this nation.
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|Re: Deleted by sunnyb0b0(m): 10:30pm On May 07, 2016|
Ignorance is bliss;
Ex-militant leader, Tompolo donates drugs to four govt hospitals ON JULY 27, 2013
By Emma Amaize & Akpokona Omafuaire EX-MILITANT leader, Government Ekpemupolo, alias Tompolo, has provided drugs worth millions of naira to four government hospitals in Delta State to complement Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan’s effort in free maternal and childcare. He also pledged to train 50 Science teachers in the College of Education to meet the educational needs of children in the riverside areas of the state. Executive Secretary of Tompolo Foundation, Warri, Comrade Paul Bebenimibo, said while handing over the drugs: 50 cartons of Paracetamol, 50 cartons of multivitamins, 50 cartons of vitamin C, 50 cartons of Nomalin cough syrups, 50 cartons of B complex and 65 pieces of bed sheets, that the charity organizations would reach out to more government hospitals. The four health institutions that benefitted from the gesture are General Hospitals, Ekpan, Warri, Ogbe-Ijoh and Ugbokodo Primary Health Centre. According to Bebenimibo, “We are here today to affect lives, no matter how small these drugs maybe, we are confident it will help to save children’s lives, children are the leaders of tomorrow.” Also speaking, Director of Health, Tompolo Foundation, Dr. Clarkson Agagha, noted, “We know that children are prone to various illness during the rainy season, so we acted quickly to get the drugs to help in complementing the government efforts of free maternal and child care.” Receiving the drugs, Chief Medical Director, General Hospital, Ekpan, Dr. Vincent Oziga, said, “On behalf of the State government and health ministry, we say a very big thank you for this uncommon gesture and remembering the children. These drugs will go a long way to assisting us, we will put them to effective use.” At Government Hospital, Warri, the Chief Medical Director, Dr. Raphael Onyemekeihia, asserted, “We appreciate you on what you have done, we will put the drugs into judicious use. We have not seen this kind gesture before.” In General Hospital Ogbe-Ijoh, Senior Medical Officer, Dr. Augustine Emeije, remarked, “We are indeed grateful to Tompolo Foundation, the drugs will go a long way in assisting the government free health care project. We thank High Chief Tompolo for remembering his people and the common person.” A patient in General Hospital, Ekpan, Mrs. Jite Omenesan, expressed joy at the quantum of drugs donated and offered prayers for Tompolo Foundation. 0 0 0
Read more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2013/07/ex-militant-leader-tompolo-donates-drugs-to-four-govt-hospitals/
|Re: Deleted by sunnyb0b0(m): 10:35pm On May 07, 2016|
Seek information before spewing nonsense
Tompolo Foundation Donates Medical Items To Ogulagha General Hospital Posted by admin on Monday, 18 March 2013
MEDICAL items running into millions of naira have been donated to the Ogulagha General Hospital in Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State by Tompolo Foundation with a promise to do more in the days and months ahead.
But the community appealed to the State Government to provide the Hospital with adequate manpower.
Presenting the medical items to the Medical Director of the Ogulagha General Hospital, the Executive Secretary of Tompolo Foundation, Comrade Paul Bebenimibo, said that the donation was being made after the assessment needs of the Hospitalityby the Tompolo Foundation.
Comrade Bebenimibo stated that Shell alone cannot provide the medical needs of the General Hospital, hence the Foundation decided to aid the Hospital with the medical items worth millions of naira.
He said; “We have come here today to make donation of medical items to the Ogulagha General Hospital. Our field officers have been here before to assess the needs of the Hospital and we are here today to present the management of the Hospital with the medical items.”
According to him also; “We hope to come back again to do more for the Ogulagha General Hospital. Shell alone cannot do it, hence we are making this donation and we want to implore members of the public to support the Tompolo Foundation to carry out its activities for humanity. We are going to play advocacy role to see how the Delta State government can address the issue of manpower facing the Hospital.”
The Medical Director of Tompolo Foundation, Dr. Agagha Clarkson, while speaking said; “We came here today with quality medical items for the Ogulagha General Hospital, they are the best medical items that you can get anywhere in the world and they are worth millions of naira. We have been here before to assess the needs of the Ogulagha General Hospital. Chief Government Ekpemupolo (aka Tompolo) has resolved to help the people of the Niger Delta region and that is why we are here today.”
The Medical Director of the Hospital, Dr. Onowu Ezie Sunday lauded Tompolo Foundation for the kind gesture, assuring that the donated items would be put into good use and appealed for adequate manpower for the Hospital
The Vice-Chairman of Ogulagha Community, Mr. Daniel Okebor while expressing gratitude to the Tompolo Foundation said that; “We have not seen anything like this before in this community. We want to thank the Tompolo Foundation for this gesture. We need manpower for this hospital; the state government should assist us in this regard.
Another Community leader, Chief Prefugha Karawei said, “Words are not enough to express our gratitude to the Tompolo Foundation. This gesture is the first of its kind and the medical items will go a long way in assisting the community and the Hospital. We will ensure good use of the donated items.
“We need manpower for this Hospital as only one medical doctor cannot do the work in the Hospital. The Foundation should assist us in the area of manpower for the Hospital,” he stated.
|Re: Deleted by Pidggin(f): 10:38pm On May 07, 2016|
This man is not from SS, read his previous posts for confirmation, thank me later
|Re: Deleted by sunnyb0b0(m): 10:39pm On May 07, 2016|
PHOTOS: Tompolo Foundation inaugurates 50 Public School Science Teachers training Posted by admin on Saturday, 31 August 2013 in Education
|Re: Deleted by kcnwaigbo: 10:39pm On May 07, 2016|
It is because Buhari listens to no one that has put him in this mess now.Don't worry in the comming days,he will have no choice but to learn diplomacy
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|Re: Deleted by kcnwaigbo: 10:41pm On May 07, 2016|
Allow him to continiue to make a fool of himself!! His past posts on this forumn describes who he really is.
|Re: Deleted by sunnyb0b0(m): 10:44pm On May 07, 2016|
Tompolo Foundation renders free medical services to Gbaramatu indigenes
ON MARCH 19, 2014
By Emma Amaize WARRI—EXECUTIVE Secretary of Tompolo Foundation, Mr. Paul Bebenimibo, has called on indigenes of Gbaramatu Kingdom, Warri South-West Local Government Area, Delta State, to avail themselves of the Federal Government’s free medical services rendered by the foundation. The foundation is a non-governmental organisation, inaugurated by ex-militant leader, Chief Government Ekpemupolo, alias Tompolo, to give humanitarian services to the downtrodden in Warri and other parts of the state. It had donated relief materials to flood victims, equipment to schools and hospitals in the riverrine areas in the last few months.
Read more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2014/03/tompolo-foundation-renders-free-medical-services-gbaramatu-indigenes/
|Re: Deleted by Pidggin(f): 10:47pm On May 07, 2016|
I have been following his posts, I know he is not SS, let's keep watching them deceive themselves
|Re: Deleted by andresia(m): 10:48pm On May 07, 2016|
|Re: Deleted by sunnyb0b0(m): 10:50pm On May 07, 2016|
Tompolo Foundation Sponsors 400 Surgeries
…Spent Over N130m On Community Hospital In One Yr – Bebenimibo
By Joshua Ikpemeku, Warri
The Tompolo Foundation, a non profit, non-government organisation has said that they have handled about 400 surgeries including Caesarian Session in the past one year after taking over the Okerenkoko Cottage Hospital.
That the foundation has spent over N130 million in running the hospital.
The Executive Secretary, Tompolo Foundation, Comrade Paul Bebenimibo, disclosed this during a chat with Frontiersnews on Friday.
According to him, “Our President formed the foundation on two thematic basis to handle education and health need of our people.
“Its exactly one year since the foundation took over the abandoned hospital now, we have spent over N130 million in running it.
“We have handled over 400 surgeries free of charge. We don’t charge a dime for any treatment, drugs and cards.
“Over 310 persons from Warri has benefited from our free treatment also. The hospital has handled several deliveries aside cases of Malaria and Cholera.”
Bebenimibo added that the foundation has trained 50 science teachers after giving free books, sandals, bags, and uniforms to 15 primary schools in Gbaramatu kingdom.
“We have donated hospital equipment, drugs to hospitals. We also donated education materials to many schools.
“Our vision is to alleviate the pains of the people. We took to education because of the insinuations that our people lack education that is why they take to arm struggle.”
The Executive Secretary added that the foundation is preparing to launch a N25million blood screening equipment in the coming weeks.
He calls on the Delta State government to take over the running of the hospital to enable the foundation concentrate on other areas.
“We still run the hospital because of the pains we have for our people. We want the government to come and take over the running of the hospital to enable us do other things.”
It will be recalled that due to the lack of health care facilities in Warri South West Area, and the abandonment of the cottage hospital at Okerenkoko, the foundation took it over
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|Re: Deleted by criminalmindz: 10:53pm On May 07, 2016|
@ OP . Your a bosina / brown roof man. Cowards!
|Re: Deleted by sunnyb0b0(m): 11:01pm On May 07, 2016|
Amnesty: 51 ex-militants graduate, 7 in 1st class division
Read more: https://www.naij.com/780252-read-happened-51ex-militants-benefited-amnesty.html
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|Re: Deleted by sunnyb0b0(m): 11:03pm On May 07, 2016|
18 ex-militants become pilots
|Re: Deleted by sunnyb0b0(m): 11:05pm On May 07, 2016|
From creek warlords to experts in oil & gas: The story of ex-Niger Delta militants
Read more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2014/12/creek-warlords-experts-oil-gas-story-ex-niger-delta-militants-2/
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