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Nasarawa council chief boss warn councillors against corruption

Chairman of Kokona Local Government Council Area of Nasarawa State, Mr Saidu Kurki, has warned the Deputy Chairman and 11 Councillors to shun corruption and other sharp practices.

2018 Budget: Nasarawa votes N28.4 billion for roads, bridges

Nasarawa State Government says it earmarked the sum of N28.42 billion in the 2018 budget, for the construction of rural and urban roads, culverts and bridges across the state.

Nasarawa council boss tasks new councilors to shun corruption

Chairman, Interim Management Committee (IMC), Kokona Local Government Council of Nasarawa State, Hajiya Jamila Sarki, has advised newly sworn-in councilors of the council to shun corruption and other sharp practices.

Nasarawa women seek free healthcare, soft loans

Confronted by various health challenges, some rural women in Nasarawa State have appealed to the Federal and State Governments to provide free healthcare services and soft loans to improve their lives.

Al-Makura restates commitment to providing affordable education

Gov. Umaru Tanko Al-Makura of Nasarawa State on Wednesday reiterated his commitment to the provision of quality and affordable education in the state.

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Jose Mourinho: Iceland strong because they eat a lot of meat

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