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Niger earmarks N25 million to fight cholera outbreak

Following the outbreak of cholera in Niger State, the state government has earmarked about N25 million to fight the disease that has so far claimed 20 lives and 30 others in critical condition in various hospitals across the state.

Accident kills seven family members in Enugu

The Police have confirmed the death of eight persons, seven of which are of the same family, on Sunday died in a road accident.

Five die in Niger road accident

The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) on Sunday confirmed the killing of five people in a road accident in Lambata Kwakuti Road in Gurara local government area of Niger state.

Bye-Election: APC candidates clear councillorship seats in 3 wards in Niger

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has cleared councillorship seats in a bye-election conducted in three wards in Niger, the State Independent Electoral Commission (NSIEC) disclosed.

Farmer kidnaps 19-year-old, demands N4 million ransom

A Magistrate Court in Minna on Friday ordered the remand in prison custody of a farmer, Jibrin Adamu, for allegedly kidnapping a 19-year-old girl and demanding N4m ransom.

FRSC tackles inappropriate parking of articulated vehicles in Tafa

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has deployed a special unit to Tafa in Gurara Local Government Area to check inappropriate parking of articulated vehicles on the Abuja-Kaduna highway.

RAMP earmarks N1 billion for rehabilitation of rural roads in Niger

The Niger second Rural Access and Mobility Project (RAMP II), has earmarked one billion naira for the rehabilitation of 104-kilometre feeder roads across the state.

Eight die in Niger road accident

The Director-General, Niger State Emergency Management Agency, Ahmed Ibrahim Inga, said on Friday that eight people were killed in an accident on Minna-Suleja road.

Niger Assembly screens commissioner nominees

Protests and petition almost stopped the commencement of the screening of commissioner nominees by the Niger State of Assembly on Tuesday.

Police arrest woman with 187 bags of indian hemp

The police in Abuja yesterday paraded a woman found to be in possession of 187 bags of Indian hemp.

Governor Sani Bello inaugurates FADAMA facilities worth $323 million

Gov. Abubakar Bello of Niger on Saturday inaugurated FADAMA III-Additional Financing (AF) facilities worth 323.1 million dollars in the state.

Governor Sani Bello inaugurates FADAMA facilities worth $323m in Niger

Gov. Abubakar Sani Bello of Niger on Saturday inaugurated FADAMA III-Additional Financing (AF) facilities worth 323.1 million dollars in the state.

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