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YOLA — The Adamawa state Police Command on Friday confirmed the arrest of an MTN staff, Lekan Agboola, over complicity in the death of a 37-year-old mother of two. DSP Sulaiman Nguroje, Adamawa State Police Command Public Relations Officer, confirmed the development to newsmen, in Yola, said Agboola, who was arrested on a charge of homicide, was being detained at the Command’s Criminal Investigation Department. ”Yes, the suspect is in our custody, the Command is...

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Worried with the commercialization of kidnapping for ransom by bandits, the Inter-Party Advisory Council (IPAC), the umbrella body of all political parties in Nigeria, has urged the Federal Government and concerned states to stop all forms of negotiations with bandits and begin to confront the spate of insecurity across the country. The IPAC’s National Chairman, Dr. Leonard Nzenwa, made the call on Friday in Abuja at a press conference by the Council, urged President Muhammadu...

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Following the suspension of strike by members of Foods and Cattle dealers Association transportation of foods to the South West through Kwara State previously blocked Jebba and Niger border axis have resumed. The blockage of food to the South was a means deployed by the North to send a subtle warning to other parts of Nigeria to stop the harassment and intimidation of the Fulanis. The Coordinator of Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Kwara...

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Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi state has said that the government of the state doesn’t need COVID-19 vaccine, as they have “more pertinent” issues to tackle. The governor, who has repeatedly denied the existence of Coronavirus in his state, said COVID-19 is the “minute aspect” of what the state is currently addressing. Bello while appearing on ‘Politics Today’, a Channels Television programme, on Friday, said Kogi is tackling diseases like Yellow Fever and Lassa Fever,...

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Following the assent of President Muhammadu Buhari for the conversion of Federal University of Technology Yola to Modibbo Adama University, the management of the institution has concluded arrangements to run a conventional university. Prof. Abdullahi Liman Tukur, Vice-Chancellor of the institution who disclosed this said the university is 100% ready to take up its new status as more management courses are already underway while hostel accommodation has been provided for more students. “We are 100%...

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President Muhammadu Buhari has directed the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) to improve surveillance and control around the nation’s borders to check the activities of criminal elements in the country. The President gave the directive on Thursday at the virtual inauguration of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Technology Building in Abuja. Buhari instructed all security agencies to improve their performance in the protection of lives and property, with a mandate that the country’s Global Security Index...

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Reports from Tara village in Sabon Birni local government area of Sokoto state says bandits have killed 13 people while seven other persons were critically injured by the attackers are now receiving treatment at the hospital. According to the village head of Tara, Mainasara Muhammed Tara, the bandits also carted away with an determined number of livestock after burning their food storage facilities. “The came around 11:58 pm, through the uncommon route to the village...

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In its efforts to create over 60,000 jobs for the teeming unemployed youth in the North East region, North East Governors Forum, has resolved to fund Mambila Hydroelectric Power Projects. In a communique read by Adamawa state Governor, Alhaji Adamu Fintiri, at the end of the 4th meeting of Governors of Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Taraba and Yobe States, held in Bauchi, forum noted with dismay, that the project as important as it is to...

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The chairman, Borno Fish Producers and Marketers Association Alhaji Abatcha Mandalama have said members of the Association lose about N500 million in fish business every week due to the lingering Boko Haram insurgency in the state. The high cost to the Boko Haram terrorists that have prevented fishermen from fishing in the Lake Chad axis. Mandalama disclosed this in Maiduguri, the Borno state explained that prior to the Boko Haram insurgency, over 30 trailer loads...

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Zamfara state government has imposed a dusk-to-dawn curfew on the Jangebe community following violence that erupted shortly after the delivery of the freed Jangebe schoolgirls on Wednesday. Information Commissioner Sulaiman Anka said the curfew took effect from Wednesday, adding that the government has shut the community market in Jangebe to stop activities that “aid and abet” banditry. “Sequel to an unfortunate civil disobedience which took place at Jangebe town after the return of the released...

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