May 15, 2019

HOW WE CAN DEVELOP ESANLAND AND CREATE A SMART VILLAGE

ESANLAND NEED YOU NOW!!

So, where are the Esan Folks with resources and skills? ESANLAND NEED YOU!!! By WPP Jr

We need to explore Commercial Agribusiness/Value Added Chains in Esanland TODAY. Agriculture is the oil of the future and it holds the keys to transform Esanland forever.

Renewable Energy is the fuel of the future that is powering the Digital Age Revolution of today.

May 8, 2019

How To Start Coconut Plantation Business In Nigeria: Detailed Guide


 Nigeria could raise its foreign exchange earnings by $1 billion (N360billion) annually from Coconut export provided with focused and dedicated farming practice by local farmers, an agriculture expert has said.

Coconut plantation value chain has remained grossly untapped in Nigeria, you must note that.  You should know that there is a booming global demand for coconut oil, water, and other by-products. Mr. Sani Dangote, once the chairman of Nigeria Agribusiness Group (NABG) said that Nigeria was losing approximately $1 billion every year from the untapped coconut plantation business.

April 29, 2019

SPECIAL REPORT: WARRI ITAKPE RAILWAY CENTRA LINE PROJECT

Image esanland.org passengers boarding the free test ride in Agbor Station












The Economic Importance to Esanland & Edo State

By Iwaegbe James, WPP Jr

Brief History of Warri Itakpe Rail Project

Abandoned over three decades ago now almost in its final completion by Buhari Administration

ALL over the world and for several centuries, rail transportation has been the foundation of industrialisation, economic efficiency and productivity. This explains why developed economies continue to expand and fine-tune its rail transportation, while the developing economies strive to build their rail network and expand the same. For instance, the rail infrastructure stock in the United States of America increased 16-fold from 14,000 kilometres in 1850 to over 220,000 kilometres today. The United States’ rail network has annual revenues of about $60 billion, provides 221,000 jobs and delivers 5 million tons of freight and transports approximately 85,000 passengers every day. Findings show that one-third of all exports from the United States are facilitated by rail transport.

April 27, 2019

COMMUNITY UPDATE ON WATERBOARD REHABILITATION

Photo by esanland.org: Replacement of old pipes with new ones ongoing


We track the rehabilitation of Ewohimi Iyagun Water Supply Scheme Works, we observed work is actively ongoing.


Ewohimi Iyagun Water Supply Scheme supply natural spring, pipe borne water to Ewohimi, Ekpon, Ewossa, Ebelle, Ewatto, Ogua, Igueben, Orhodua and Udo.  

By Iwaegbe James

April 15, 2019

UPDATE: BVN - Bank Verification Number

This information is for Nigerians in the Diaspora only.

We are pleased to inform you that you can enrol for your BVN (Bank Verification Number) at different centres from Monday to Friday at this nearest location.

It is also advisable to attend your appointment with a valid means of identification e.g. International Passport and details of your Account (account Name and Number)
Please note that this service comes at a cost. You can also get more information on the – NIBSS website.

Online Integrated Solution (OIS)

1.      London
OIS Services, 56-57 Fleet Street, London EC4Y 1JU, UK Opening times: Mon, Tues, Thurs, and Fri (9:00-12:00 then 14:00-16:00). Wednesday (9:30-12.00 then 14:00-16:00) 30 pounds enrolment fee. (Card payment only.) Tel: +44 (0) 20 7832 0001

April 6, 2019

ESANLAND.ORG IS 4 YEARS OLD TODAY.



Formally ewohimi.com. I thank the wonderful people of Esanland and their admirers, for their support and prayers. To all our contributors – writers and readers - THANK YOU.

March 30, 2019

ESAN SCULPTURE:

Bench Fragment Male Figure,19th–20th century- Met Museum New York
By Prof. Carol Ann Lorenz

Collections of Esan Art

By far the greatest numbers of Esan sculptures are preserved in the palaces of kings, the homes of traditional chiefs, and the shrines of priests, diviners, and family heads. The artworks remaining in Esan communities constitute the largest and most important visual resource for this study. Because surviving sculptures are revered as family or community relics, Esan people have not readily parted with them. Nevertheless, some Esan sculptures have been collected by the Nigerian Antiquities Department and are stored in two branches of the Nigerian National Museum, in Lagos and in Benin. The smaller collection in Benin includes carved doors, boxes and bowls, figurated kola containers, and a ram head. The largest collection at Lagos contains similar objects in addition to numerous large house posts and human figures.

Update on National Identification Number - (NIN) e-Card


Nigerians in the diaspora, South Africa, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirate can now apply for their National Identification Number - (NIN) e-Card at the Nigeria embassy. 

We wish to inform every Nigerian at the diaspora to stay in touch with Nigeria embassy in their respective country of residence. The service is been expended all the continent of the world.

March 29, 2019

STOP CHINESE ILLEGAL MINING ACTIVITES AT KHIRIMON POOL OGHU, EWOHIMI

Image by  Esanland.org: KHIRIMON POOL IN OGHU, EWOHIMI

Our investigation has revealed KHIRIMON POOL in Oghu quarter; Ewohimi is rich with abundance of good quality clay for the production of: