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The Rugogi community in Igabi Local Governments area of Kaduna State have urged the state government to post teachers to their only primary school which had its 15 teachers sacked months ago.
UNICEF on Sunday pledged continued support to Kaduna State Government to assist take-off the streets the alarming number of children begging for alms.
Kaduna State Government said on Tuesday it would set up a rapid response team to handle cases of rape and ensure justice for victims.
Kaduna State Commissioner for Women Affairs and Social Development, Hajiya Hafsat Baba, has warned that the government would soon begin prosecuting negligent parents who expose their children to abuse and molestation.
No fewer than 32 women aspirants across the 23 local government areas of Kaduna State have indicated interest in seeking elective office in the May 12 local government poll.
The Kaduna State Government has earmarked N200 million for distribution as soft loan to women in the state, the Commissioner for Women Affairs and Social Development, Hafsat Baba, said on Thursday.
The National Industrial Court, Abuja, on Friday affirmed the termination of employment of two Protea Hotel workers, as lawful.
The Sango-Ota Command of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has appealed to Corporate bodies to partner with the organization in talking safety education to schools in the state.
Reality star, Alex Asogwa, aka Alex Unusual, was auctioned in Abuja, for 300,000 Naira to raise funds for cancer patients.
The Katsina State government has released N400 million for the payment of monthly stipends to 5,000 youths engaged in the newly introduced state-power programme tagged “S-Power”.
The U.S. Department of Defence has announced the realignment of Counter-Violent Extremist Organisation (C-VEO) personnel operating in U.S. Africa Command to support priorities outlined in the National Defence Strategy.
The Buhari Media Organisation (BMO) has advised the Senate to desist from interfering with the executive in running of state affairs but to concentrate more on its duties of providing adequate legislation for the growth of the nation.
Diplomatic niceties have been in short supply for Aung San Suu Kyi at a summit in Singapore, where the one-time rights champion has been publicly chastised over her handling of the Rohingya crisis, compounding a dismal week for Myanmar's de facto leader.
No fewer than 900 members of the Peoples Democratic Party in Kaugama Local Government Area of Jigawa on Monday defected to the All Progressives Congress.
A non-governmental organisation, the Al-Habibiyya Islamic Society of Nigeria, has noted that corruption among the nation’s leaders were responsible for the outbreak of insurgency, large number of out-of-school children and poverty in the country.
Rob Shuter, the chief executive officer at MTN Group, says the group will acquire an independent banking licence in Nigeria by 2019.