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Senator Ali Wakili laid to rest in Abuja

Senator Ali Wakili, a Nigerian senator from Bauchi State, has been buried, hours after his death was announced.

General Buratai urges traditional rulers to restore moral values among youths

The Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai, has challenged traditional rulers and religious leaders to wake up to their responsibility of restoring moral values and discipline among the youth.

Federal govt supplies two trucks of food to victims of Mambilla crisis

The Federal Government says it has supplied two trucks of assorted food to victims of the recent Mambilla plateau communal conflict in Sardauna Local Government Area of Taraba.

School feeding: Federal govt targets 400,000 pupils in Adamawa

No fewer than 400,000 primary school pupils are to benefit from the Federal Government school feeding programme in Adamawa, an official has said.

Official: 100 candidates missed UTME exam in Adamawa

No fewer than 100 candidates missed writing the ongoing Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) in Adamawa.

SDP begins mass registration drive in Adamawa

The Social Democratic Party has commenced mass mobilisation and registration of new members in Adamawa, the party’s state Secretary, John Luka, has said.

Umar Bindir: Adamawa ready to provide NAHCON with land for permanent Hajj camp

Dr. Umar Bindir, the Secretary to Adamawa State Government, has assured the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria of the government’s commitment to provide land for the construction of a permanent Hajj Camp in the state.

Ex-Governor Saleh Michika passes on in Yola

Few days after the death of former Nasarawa state governor, Mr. Aliyu Akwe-Doma, the first civilian governor of Adamawa, Alhaji Saleh Michika, has been reported dead.

Ex-Governor Michika’s son confirms father is in coma

The first civilian governor of Adamawa State, Abubakar Saleh Michika, has been in coma for several days at the Federal Medical Centre, Yola, according to a report.

JAMB UTME begins successfully in Adamawa – Coordinator

The Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) started successfully in Adamawa on Friday in five examination centres, Mr Danladi Aliyu, the Adamawa Zonal Coordinator of Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, said.

Dapchi abduction: NGOs call on federal govt to ensure safe release of girls

Civil Coalition Action on Education for All and other NGOs have called on the Federal Government to ensure the safe release of Dapchi School girls abducted on Feb. 19.

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.

Boko Haram: Schools shut over fears of attack on Adamawa town

Three tertiary institutions, all located in Mubi, Adamawa State, have been closed by the authorities of the institutions following fears of an imminent attack on the town by Boko Haram.

UNDP trains over 150 displaced persons on entrepreneurship skills in northeast

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Country Director, Samuel Bwalya, said over 150 displaced youths, women and men from the crises ridden northeast have received training in various entrepreneurship skills, competences and behaviours.

Federal govt expresses satisfaction over performance of northeast federal road projects

The federal government has expressed satisfaction with the level of progress made on on-going federal roads in the North eastern part of the country.

17 suspects paraded in connection with killing of Adamawa PDP scribe

The Brigade Commander, 23 Armoured Brigade Yola, Brig.-Gen. Muhammed Bello, and the Adamawa State police command had, on Thursday, paraded 17 suspects in connection to Tuesday’s killings in Gwamba which claimed the life of the state Publicity secretary of the PDP and former Adamawa state commissioner for Youth and sports, Sam Zadok.

Gunmen kill Adamawa PDP publicity secretary

The Adamawa Chapter of People’s Democratic Party has confirmed the killing of its spokesman, Mr Sam Zadock, by gunmen in the latest sectarian violence in the state.

DSS arrests suspected accomplice of “Ghana” in Taraba

The Department of State Services said it had arrested Isaiah Suwe, an accomplice of the notorious kidnapper, Terwase Akwaza (aka Ghana), at Takum in Taraba.

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The Tiv community in Kadarko, Keana Local Government Area of Nasarawa state has called on the state governor, Abdullahi Sule to deploy more security personnel to curtail the frequent attacks on their people.

Nasarawa governor urged to halt Tiv/Fulani crisis

The Tiv community in Kadarko, Keana Local Government Area of Nasarawa state has called on the state governor, Abdullahi Sule to deploy more security personnel to curtail the frequent attacks on their people.

France arrests globally wanted darknet child porn suspect

French police have arrested a man wanted internationally for managing child porn sites on the darknet, Bordeaux Prosecutor Frederique Porterie said on Monday.