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Governor Shetttima: Why I’ve been unable to commission projects in seven years

The Governor of Borno State, Kashim Shettima, has explained why he has been unable to commission most of the projects his administration embarked upon since he assumed office seven years ago.

Children’s Day: Borno stakeholders laud UNICEF’s interventions

Some stakeholders in Borno on Sunday commended various interventions of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) that continues to strive to secure children and women affected by insurgency.

Police chief orders arms recovery in Ebonyi, insists bail is free

The Assistant Inspector General of Police, in charge of zone 6 Calabar, AIG Tilli Abubakar, has insisted that bail still remains free of charge.

Why herdsmen bring cows to South East – leader

The leader of Hausa community in the Ebonyi State, Danjuma Gambo, has identified migrant herdsmen as cause of problem for Fulani herdsmen in South East and other host communities.

UNIMAID denies resignation of 70 lecturers over insurgency

“The media are also advised to make more effective use of the open-door-policy of the University management in information dissemination, especially on such sensitive issue, so as not to heighten tension,” Gambo said in his statement.

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