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Man bags two years imprisonment for breach of trust

A Sokoto Chief Magistrates’ Court on Friday sentenced Hassan Abdullahi to two years in prison for breach of trust.

Kogi Assembly condemns attacks, seeks prosecution of perpetrators

The Kogi House of Assembly has condemned the herdsmen’s attacks on some villages in Dekina, Omala and Bassa council areas of the state. It urged the Federal Government to bring the perpetrators to justice.

Kogi Assembly urges biometric data capturing of Fulani herdsmen

Kogi State House of Assembly has called on the State Government to embark on biometric data capturing of all Fulani herdsmen in the state for proper planning, control and security purposes.

Herdsmen jailed for flouting Benue anti-open grazing law

A Makurdi Magistrates’ Court has sentenced three person, Iliya Garba, Hassan Abdullahi, and Lanshak Lonfalk, to one year imprison each, for violating the Benue Anti Open Grazing and Ranching law enacted by the Benue State Government.

Open Grazing: Three herdsmen jailed in Benue

The Anti-Open Grazing Law in Benue has recorded its first casualties as a Makurdi Magistrates’ Court on Friday sentenced three herders, Iliya Garba, Hassan Abdullahi, and Lanshak Lonfalk, to one year imprison each, for violating the law enacted in 2017.

Kogi Assembly condemns attack on members, sets 5-man committee

The Kogi State House of Assembly on Wednesday condemned the attack on some members by suspected hoodlums on August 1, 2017.

I resigned as Kogi Speaker to save my life – Imam

Former Kogi State House of Assembly Speaker, Umar Imam Ahmed, has admitted he resigned from the position to avert plunging the state into another round of crisis and save his life, which has been under death threats.

Kogi Assembly elects new speaker

Matthew Kolawole (APC-Kabba-Bunu) was on Thursday elected Speaker of Kogi House of Assembly, following the resignation of Umar Imam.

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