Tiv want council poll suspended in Nasarawa
The Tiv Youth Organisation (TYO) in Nasarawa State has called on the Nasarawa State Independent Electoral Commission (NASIEC) to suspend all arrangements for the scheduled May 26 local government...
80 per cent of teachers in Nasarawa not qualified, says Governor Al-Makura
Eighty per cent of teachers in Nasarawa State are not qualified and would fail an aptitude test if it was administered on them, Governor Tanko Al-makura said in Akwanga on Monday.
Nasarawa APGA seeks reinstatement of Customary Court of Appeal
The All Progressive Grand Alliance APGA, Nasarawa chapter has urged governor Tanko Al-Makura to, as a matter of urgency, reinstate the state Customary Court of Appeal he recently abolished.
Corps members in Nasarawa protest against non-payment of state allowance
Members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Nasarawa State yesterday protested against the non-payment of their 11 months state allowance.
Al-Makura urges FG to gazette Kwandere-Keffi road
Gov. Tanko Al-Makura of Nasarawa State has appealed to the Federal government to gazette the state-owned Lafia-Kwandere-Keffi road as a federal road.
Non-payment of salaries: Nasarawa state workers break Ramadan fast with Water
Striking workers of the Nasarawa State Government, on Friday, said that non-payment of their salaries had made them to break Ramadan fast with only water.In interviews with the News Agency of Nigeria....
'No going back on workers’ strike'
The State Chairmen of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Bala Umaru and Trade Union Congress (TUC), Danladi Sabo-Namo stated this on Monday while addressing workers at the Labour House in Lafia.
Governor sacks governing board of tertiary institutions
Governor Tanko Al-Makura of Nasarawa State has approved the dissolution of the governing council of the three state owned tertiary institutions.
North Central tasks committee on INEC’s independence
Should the ongoing attempt to review the Electoral Act, through the Electoral and Constitution Reform Committee set up recently by the Federal Government, yield the desired result, Nigerians might find it easy to elect and remove public officers through their votes.