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PDP accuses APC, police of causing crisis, attacks

Success Nwogu, Abuja The Peoples Democratic Party Presidential Campaign Organisation on Thursday accused the All Progressives Congress and the police of instigating crises and attacking its members. It also cautioned that Nigerians might no longer tolerate such alleged acts ahead of the elections. The Director, Media and Publicity of the …

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We’ve spent N12bn on water – Jigawa govt

By Aliyu Dangida Dutse—Jigawa State Government has said it spent N12 billion on provision of potable water to residents of the state since the All Progressive Congress, APC-led administration of Governor Badaru Abubakar came to power in 2015. Governor Badaru Abubakar 5 suspected cultists docked over alleged assault on security …

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Jigawa: How not to ‘help’ orphans

THE states of the North-East and North-West geopolitical zones are among the poorest in the Federation, with the lowest profiles in education and human development indices. The 2018 National Bureau of Statistics, NBS, indicates that eight out of the top ten poorest states are from there: Zamfara, Sokoto, Kebbi, Katsina, …

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Ameliorating the plight of indigent orphans in Jigawa

The destinies of over 250 orphaned girl-child in Jigawa state were touched by the state government recently when it sponsored a mass wedding for them unlike in other places where widows and divorcees were considered. Writes BAYO MUHAMMAD. Jigawa state Governor, Mohammed  Badaru Abubakar’s golden mind has touched the lives …

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Jigawa sets N30,000 minimum wage budget

Jigawa sets N30,000 minimum wage budget The governor of Jigawa State, Muhammad Badaru, on Tuesday, said he has provided funds for the N30,000 new minimum wage demanded by organised labour, in the 2019 budget he presented before the state Assembly. Mr Badaru stated this while addressing members of the labour …

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Special Analysis: Report claims Ahmad Salkida acting like linkman to Boko Haram/ISWAP

In many forums, it has been stated that guns and tanks are not the only weapons of war, that propaganda is as well a weapon of war. According to credible information, Ahmad Salkida, the former reporter with Daily Trust is known for speaking on behalf of the sect. He has …

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Repositioning KEDCO

Ibrahim Sani When purpose, integrity, diligence, trust, and altruism meet with leadership, success becomes inevitable or better yet, a norm that snowballs into a tradition of achievements for others to follow. Success in contemporary times is one concept that is highly sought but having the right leadership or followers to …

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APC Govs Fear Tinubu’s Role as Buhari Inaugurates Campaign Council

There is rising discontent within the All Progressives Congress (APC) over the composition of its presidential campaign council billed to be inaugurated tomorrow by President Muhammadu Buhari. A statement issued by Director, Strategic Communications, APC Presidential Campaign Council, Mr. Festus Keyamo, said the inauguration would take place at the International …

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Jigawa government distributes 25,605 goats to 8,535 women

As part of its empowerment programme, Jigawa state government, has distributed a micro-credit of 25,605 goats to 8,535 women in the last four years. When the present administration came on board, goat micro-credit for women was introduced. Under the scheme a woman receives, a he-goat and two she-goats and repay …

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Amina Zakari’s family speaks on her relationship with Buhari

 The family of the newly appointed head of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) collation centre committee, Amina Zakari has said that there is no relationship between her and President Buhari. Her appointment has caused a stir among members of the opposition who alleged that she is Buhari’s niece. The …

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