January 16, 2019

Update - Ogbe Idumuogo Idumughuokha Road Ewohimi

Report by Innocent Iwaegbe

Esan South East LGA Chairman, Hon. Victor Emuakhagbon orders the grading of Ogbe Idumuogo Idumughuokha road as a palliative measure to reduce the suffering of the communities.

January 14, 2019

AGRIBUSINESS - Controlling pests without the use of chemicals

By AgroNigeria

One of the perennial problems that farmers face is pests invasion. Pests are dangerous and are great threats to the success of any agribusiness.

For decades, chemical pesticides have been the usual way to control pests on farms. Sadly, its effect on human’s health has raised concerns and many people have argued against its use.

Most of these pesticides are poisonous in nature, though it is the poison that eradicates the pest. But, at times, these pesticides do have residual effects on human as a result of the contamination of the crops during its application.

Therefore, taking preventive measure is better than control. As you plant your crop, there are some plants you can as well plant simultaneously.

These plants that are called companion and pest repellant plants help to reduce pest population and also serve some beneficial purposes,  like proper utilization of space and enhance crop safety through the provision of habitat for beneficial plants.

January 2, 2019



1906 -2019
Age 113
The Patriarchy of IWAEGBE’S FAMILY

Who went to be with the Lord today TUESDAY 1ST JANUARY 2019, 10PM

 1906- 2019 - – Age 113

Sometimes it’s hard to say goodbye with a smile

1 January 2019, Enrollment or collection of data is now mandatory in Nigeria.

Nigeria Government has begun the mandatory use of National Identification Number (NIN) to access services to citizens or legal residents of Nigeria across the country.

December 26, 2018


After almost three years of no electricity in Ewohimi, today 26/12/2018 electricity is now fully back on all over Ewohimi.

Kudos to everyone who makes this happen. So the effort that was put into this should be extended to Ewatto and Orhordua who is still out of electricity right now.

Celebrating Esanland Cultural Heritage

December 1, 2018

The Esanland Challenge - Edo Central


For the record: EDO CENTRAL is made up ofEsan Central, Esan North East, Esan South East, Esan West, Igueben

Esanland Senator is:
Sen. Ordia Clifford
Tel: 08038403877

He represents entire Esanland at the Nigerian National Assembly.

November 27, 2018

SPECIAL REPORT – Esanland Local Government Affair.

 "We have untapped unlimited potential in Agribusiness, especially value chain. Esan folks are not lazy, we have the skills and the resources outside of Esanland and we know where they are but our inability to organize ourselves is the problem."

An Interview with Hon. Victor O. Emuakhagbon, Esan South East LGA Chairman 

Welcome to Esanland Network, otherwise known as esanland.org formally ewohimi.com. Please introduce yourself to Esan folks at home and around the globe.

My name is Victor Emuakhagbon, by the grace of God, the Council Chairman of Esan South East Local Government. I’m happily married to an Esan young lady – the love of my life. I’ve three kids and my family resides in the United States of America currently.

Local government autonomy in Nigeria

By Idris Ahmed Jamo –published with permission  
Local governments are essentially created to deliver services at the grassroots and bring governance closer to the people. This division of power simplifies the activities of government and serves as a viable incentive for good governance and development. It has also been observed that the local government system serves as the most effective avenue for delivering basic goods and services to local communities.

Nigeria is a federation, with three tiers of government; hence power is shared among its constituent units, which are empowered to make policies and take decisions on certain matters, as well as share common areas of interest with other institutions of government. To this end, certain services are expected to be more efficiently provided by certain levels of government. 

November 24, 2018

The Benin Bronzes are not just virtuoso works of art – they record the kingdom’s history

Mounted ruler (16th century), Edo peoples, Benin kingdom, Nigeria.
Courtesy Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

By Kathryn Wysocki Gunsch
In the Edo language, the verb sa-e-y-ama means ‘to remember’, but its literal translation is ‘to cast a motif in bronze’. At the court of Benin, art in bronze perpetuates memory; traditionally, the first commissions of every Benin king are sculptures in bronze and ivory for his father’s memorial altar.