Home Topics Gombe South

Gombe South

Enough is Enough launches guide on recall process

A Nigerian public advocacy organisation, Enough is Enough (EiE) Nigeria, on Thursday launched a guide on the recall process.

School feeding: Federal government releases N394 million to 2,809 food vendors in Gombe

Hajiya Maryam Mele, Focal Person, Social Investment Project, Gombe State, says N394 million has been released for the feeding of school children under the National Home Growth School Feeding Programme (HGSFP) in the state.

Two injured as soldiers open fire to protect Gombe senator

Two men were allegedly shot and wounded after soldiers drafted to protect Senator Joshua Lidani (PDP, Gombe South) shot into the air to disperse aggrieved youths reported to have prevented the lawmaker from leaving the residence of a traditional ruler in Talasse, Gombe State.

Soldiers rescue Gombe PDP Senator from angry constituents

A detachment of soldiers have freed Joshua Lidani, senator representing Gombe south, from youth who held him hostage.

Protesters hold PDP senator hostage in Gombe

The senator representing Gombe south, Joshua Lidani, has been held hostage by some youth of his constituency.

Rep Binta Bello pays NECO registration fees for 600 students

The Deputy Minority Whip in the House of Representatives, Hajiya Fatima Binta Bello, has paid NECO registration fees for 600 less privileged students from Gombe South senatorial district.

Federal govt urged to stop empowering Boko Haram by paying ransom for abductions

The senator representing Gombe south, Joshua Lidani, says the country is empowering Boko Haram insurgents by paying ransom for abducted persons.

IGP Ibrahim Idris appears before Senate over Benue killings

Ibrahim Idris, inspector-general of police (IGP), is currently briefing the senate committee on police affairs on the level of his compliance with senate resolution.

NAHCON defends its 2018 budget of N1.5bn

The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON), on Wednesday appeared before the Senate Committee on Federal Character and Inter Govermental Affairs to defend its 2018 annual budget.

2019: Gombe APC endorses President Buhari for second term

The All Progressives Congress (APC), in Gombe State, has endorsed President Muhammadu Buhari for a second term.

Senate seeks sanction against ban of unionism in work places

The Senate on Tuesday passed a motion to sanction agencies, companies and institutions in Nigeria that prohibit their workers from organising labour unions.

Nigeria is spiritually challenged – Senator

Joshua Lidani, senator representing Gombe south, says Nigeria is spiritually challenged.

Gombe govt to construct 3 hospitals with N1.5 billion

The Gombe State Government has concluded plans to construct three General Hospitals in Gombe South Senatorial District at a cost of N1.5 billion, the state Commissioner for Health, Kennedy Ishaya, has said.

Recent Stories

PDP plans familiarisation tour of Oyo

The leaders of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Oyo State with other bigwigs in the party have concluded plans to begin a familiarisation tour across the 33 local government chapters of the state party.

Manchester City chairman expects more under ‘relentless’ Pep Guardiola

The chairman of English Premier League champions Manchester City is confident the club will reach even greater heights under the “relentless” Pep Guardiola despite having just completed a record-breaking season.

Ex-Governor Ebri, Senator Owan-Enoh reject APC congress in Cross River

Major stakeholders in the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Cross River State have rejected the state congress of the party conducted last Saturday, accusing the national leadership of pandering to the wishes of a faction of the party.

Sam Nkire hails Abia APC’s peaceful congress, congratulates winners

Leader of the Abia State All Progressives Congress Caucus, Chief Sam Nkire has congratulated Chairman of the party, Comrade Donatus Nwamkpa and other members of the State Executive Committee for a well-deserved victory.

Japanese climber dies on Mount Everest

A 36-year-old Japanese climber was found dead on Monday on Mount Everest, the third fatality of the spring climbing season on the world’s highest peak.