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‘You’re A Walking Corpse’ — Twitter User Threatens To Kill Kadari Ahmed For ‘Converting To Christianity’

A Twitter user with the name ‘Amb Abdularahman Yahaya’ has said that journalist Kadaria Ahmed does not deserve to live after “converting from Islam to Christianity” — although SaharaReporters can confirm that Kadaria is actually a Muslim.  Yahaya, who weets @cardinalabdul, made the comment on Thursday morning, as part of a …

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Britain doesn’t exit, Nigeria Police gives sermon

’Tunji Ajibade [email protected] 08036683657 Britain hasn’t left the European Union as it promised to do by March 29. The detail, regarding why it has not done so, is out there. I find something interesting in all of this, though. Britain’s political leaders have been sweating for about three years over …

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Kaduna, 5 Others To Benefit From $200m World Bank Agro Intervention

Lagos, Kano, Cross River, Kogi and Enugu States are to benefit from the  $200million appeals project of the World Bank Agro intervention. The intervention is aimed at enhancing agro-processing, productivity and livelihood. The state coordinator of the project, Dr. Yahya Aminu, made the disclosure during the opening ceremony of a …

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Kajuru Killings: Group accuses Kaduna govt. of injustice, urges Buhari to set up panel of inquiry | The ICIR

A CIVIL society group, the Joint Action Civil Society Crisis Centre, has called on the Kaduna State government to deal with the insecurity in Kajuru with a sense of justice, as well as urging the federal government to inaugurate a probe panel. Its position was made public through a press …

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Kaduna election tribunal gets 18 petitions

Godwin Isenyo, Kaduna The National Assembly and State House of Assembly Election Petitions Tribunal in Kaduna State has so far received 18 petitions. The tribunal’s chairman, Justice A. Suleiman, disclosed this at the tribunal’s inaugural sitting in Kaduna on Thursday. Suleiman said 10 petitions were received in respect of the …

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Shun reprisal killings – Governor El-Rufai to Kaduna communities

– Governor El-Rufai paid a visit to the IDP camp in Kajuru local government over killings – The Kaduna governor warned that reprisal attacks will only fuel the disharmony – El-Rufai urged the people to have faith in security operatives and report their problems The governor of Kaduna state, Nasir …

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Kaduna, 5 Other States To Benefit From $200m World Bank Agro Intervention

Kaduna, Lagos, Kano, Cross River, Kogi and Enugu states are to benefited from the 200 million dollars appeals project of the World Bank Agro intervention. The intervention is part of measured which is aimed at enhancing agro-processing, productivity and livelihood. The State Coordinator of the project, Dr. Yahya Aminu made …

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Police Station Torched As Bandits Kill Two Policemen, Two Residents in Kaduna

At least four people — two policemen and two residents — lost their lives when suspected bandits burnt down a police station in Kakangi village, Gwari Local Government area of Kaduna state. According to witnesses, the gunmen arrived the community on motorbikes at about 5:00am, fully armed with AK-47, and started shooting sporadically. …

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Nigerian leader condemns killings in Kaduna, Rivers States – Journalducameroun.com

President Muhammadu Buhari has condemned the recent violence in Kaduna State, which led to the death of 20 members of the Adara community.These unfortunate deaths are the latest incident between the Adara and Fulani peoples in the state, who have a long history of mistrust between themselves. The Senior media …

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W/Bank to support 10000 farmers in Kaduna – Official

<!– World Bank –> Farmer working at the farm No fewer than 10,000 small holder farmers in Kaduna State are to benefit from the World Bank Agro-Processing, Productivity Enhancement and Livelihood Improvement Support Project (APPEALS). The State Coordinator of the project, Dr Yahya Aminu, disclosed this at a one-day sensitization …

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