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Adamawa muslims seek prayers against coronavirus

The Adamawa Muslim Council has called on the faithful to pray that God should intervene in the coronavirus pandemic ravaging the world.

PTAD opens North-East zonal office in Yola

The Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate, (PTAD), has opened North-East zonal office, in Yola the Adamawa state capital, to bring its service closer to pensioners in the region.
Social Democratic Party (SDP)

Thousands dump ANN for SDP in Adamawa

Over 10,000 people have dumped the Alliance for New Nigeria (ANN) for the Social Democratic Party (SDP) in Adamawa State.

2019: Adamawa APC volunteer group launches ‘operation deliver your unit’ campaign

Ahead of 2019 general election, supporters of All Progressives Congress in Adamawa have launched “Operation deliver your units” for Buhari/Governor Bindow and all other APC candidates.
Former Vice President of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar

Ex-VP Atiku Abubakar: I will return Adamawa to PDP

Former Vice President and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential aspirant, Atiku Abubakar, said he would ensure Adamawa returns to PDP.

Governor Bindow lauds NAF over contributions to education in Adamawa

Gov. Muhammadu Bindow of Adamawa has lauded the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) for its contributions to quality education in the state.

Adamawa government earmarks N2 billion to combat malaria

The Adamawa State Government says it will spend over N2 billion, this year, in combating malaria scourge in the state.

Atiku Abubakar: I’m not desperate to be president

“In 1993, I contested with M.K.O Abiola. I later withdrew from the race. In 1999, I was elected governor of Adamawa State, then, invited to be Nigeria’s vice president, under Olusegun Obasanjo,” he said.

SGF: Farmers, herdsmen crisis alien to Adamawa

The Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha, has described the rampant clashes between farmers and herdsmen in the country as alien.

IDPs protest over shortage of food in Adamawa

Hundreds of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) from Fufore and Malkohi camps in Adamawa staged peaceful protests over lack of food in their camps.

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Thai royalists launch political party to protect monarchy

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