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Zamfara assemblymen approve salary increment for traditional rulers

The Zamfara State House of Assembly on Wednesday approved salary increment for traditional rulers in the state.
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Zamfara Assembly moves to amend bill on former governors, deputies pension

The Zamfara House of Assembly has begun deliberations to amend a bill for pensions and other allowances of governors, speakers and their deputies in the state.

Zamfara Assembly confirms appointment of 4 PDP defectors

Zamfara House of Assembly on Wednesday confirmed the appointment of five new special advisers to Gov. Abdul’aziz Yari.

Zamfara Assembly confirms ALGON chairman as commissioner

The Zamfara State House of Assembly on Monday screened Chairman, the state chapter of All Local Government Association of Nigeria (ALGON), Alhaji Muhammad Bello-Dankande as commissioner.

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IYC: Ijaws marginalised in appointment of judges into Delta judiciary

The Ijaw Youth Congress (IYC) Worldwide has alleged that the Delta State Judiciary has been infected with the virus of nepotism and sectionalism, stressing that the composition of the Bench in the state does not reflect the time tested Federal Character principles.