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NANS Zone ‘A’ convention: Officials dismiss aide involvement claims

Organizing committee of the concluded National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), has on Tuesday dismissed claims made by the self-acclaimed winner of the convention Comrade Umar Faruk that aide to Jigawa state governor was involved in zone’s convention processes. In a press statement issued to newsmen in Kano and jointly signed …

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Students leader writes governor Badaru over aide”s role in le

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Jigawa Ex-Gov: Court grants Turaki permission to travel abroad for medical treatment

By Mabel Yakubu Abuja –  A former Jigawa State Governor, Saminu Turaki who is facing corruption charges, was on Tuesday granted permission to travel abroad for medical treatment. Justice Nnamdi Dimgba of a Federal High Court, Abuja, granted the permission following an application filed by defendant’s counsel, Olusegun Jolawo, asking …

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Nigeria: $1.5 Billion Spent On Urban Water Projects Across States – Official

By Josiah Oluwole The Nigerian government said on Thursday that it has expended over $1.5 billion on urban water sanitation sector through the National Urban Water Reform. The Minister of Water Resources, Suleiman Adamu, made the claims at the 24th regular meeting of the National Water Council in Akure, the …

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Over 500 Jigawa pilgrims stranded at Airport

NO fewer than 500 Jigawa state intending pilgrims were left stranded at Dutse International Airport by the MAX Air the state’s approved air lifting company. Reports from the state indicated that the Jigawa state pilgrims welfare board and the MAX Air designed and agreed on three flight to airlifts the …

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Jigawa women shown new ways of parboiling paddy rice

A total of 3,500 women from six local government areas on the banks of  River Hadejia in Jigawa State have received training on techniques of parboiling paddy rice. The training involved using locally made implements for processing paddy into clean, polished and unbroken rice. The women underwent the four-day training …

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