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Kano anti-corruption chief advocates establishment of state anti-graft agencies

Muhiyi Magaji, the Chairman, Kano State Public Complaints and Anti-corruption Commission, has stressed the need for state governments to establish anti-graft agencies to strengthen the fight against corruption in the country.

PDP: INEC will announce false result in 2019

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, on Tuesday passed a vote of no confidence on the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, under the leadership of Prof Mahmood Yakubu.

Fulani herdsmen take oath, promise peace in Ekiti

Fulani herdsmen in Ekiti and South West have taken an oath to ensure peace with host communities in Ekiti, and by extension, the South West region.

2019: INEC lacks capacity for credible elections – Governor Wike

Rivers State Governor, Chief Nyesom Wike, has said that the Independent National Electoral Commission does not have the capacity to conduct credible elections in the country.

Senate tasks federal govt to set-up drug rehab centres

The Senate on Tuesday tasked the Federal Government to set up drug rehabilitation centres across the country to help victims of drug abuse.

LMC to honour late Chinedu Udoji

The League Management Company (LMC) has sympathised with the Management and players of Kano Pillars FC on the death of their Center back, Chinedu Udoji and directed that a minute silence be observed in honour of the fallen star during match day 10 fixtures this weekend.

Emir Sanusi, Miyetti Allah leader commend Governor Fayose’s Grazing Law

The Emir of Kano, Alhaji Mohammed Sanusi II and National President of the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria, MACBAN, Alhaji Muhammadu Kiruwa, have thrown their weight behind the enactment of the Anti-Open Grazing Law in the state, saying it is for the protection of all interest groups.

How herders, farmers clashes can be resolved – Dons

Some lecturers of the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, FUNAAB, and Bayero University Kano, BUK, have proposed the establishment of integrated crops-livestock settlements to address the protracted farmers-herdsmen clashes.
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Video of underage voters from 2015 – Kano govt

The Kano State Government on Monday insisted that the trending video clip of underage voters supposedly in the just concluded Kano Local Government elections was actually shot on the March 30, 2015 election organized by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

Kano Pillars mourn Chinedu Udoji, say he was an asset

Faruk Haladu, Kano Pillars Football Club’s Technical Committee Chairman, on Monday in Kano described the late Chinedu Udoji as an asset and a dedicated player.

Kano Pillars confirm Chinedu Udoji’s death

Kano Pillars have confirmed in an official statement that defender Chinedu Udoji lost his life in a car accident today.

NFF, Enyimba, others mourn Chinedu Udoji’s demise

The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) have expressed deep shock following the sudden demise of Kano Pillars defender Chinedu Udoji in a road accident on Sunday.

Lai Olurode: I was nearly killed for trying to stop underage voting

A former National Commissioner of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, Prof. Lai Olurode, has revealed how he was nearly killed for trying to stop underage voting.

Uncontrolled issuance of driver’s licences dangerous – VIO

Lack of control in the issuance of driver’s licences by different agencies in the country has been identified as one of the factors causing problems in vehicles inspection services in the country, Alhaji Garba Abdu Gaya, Director, Vehicle Inspection Unit, Kano State, has said.

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How herders, farmers clashes can be resolved – Dons

Some lecturers of the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, FUNAAB, and Bayero University Kano, BUK, have proposed the establishment of integrated crops-livestock settlements to address the protracted farmers-herdsmen clashes.

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