Abel Peter Diah
18 Dec 2019
Although it began as a minor internal misgiving with Taraba State House of Assembly, which led to the exit of Speaker Abel Peter Diah and Deputy, Charles Maijankai, the rumble is gradually igniting political Tsunami...
8 Dec 2019
The crisis in the Taraba State House of Assembly, which led to the resignation of the former Speaker, Abel Peter Diah, has no doubt raised concerns about the safety of the tenure between 2019 and 2023 in the state.
6 Dec 2019
The impeachment, which necessitated the recent development that led to the resignation of the former Speaker, Hon. Abel Peter Diah, was said to have been instigated by the state governor, Mr. Darius Dickson Ishaku..
19 May 2019
In 1961, the people of Bang, Bang Three Corner, Vakunde, Tamya, Mbamnga, Mbamnga Pete, among others in the Mambilla Plateau of Sardauna Local Council of Taraba State voted to remain in Nigeria...
30 Mar 2019
The people of Mambilla Plateau in Sardauna Local Government council of Taraba state have attributed the relative peace in the community to the leadeship style of the current speaker of the state House of Assembly, Abel Peter Diah. Diah, who doubles as the Deputy Chairman, Nigeria Conference of Speakers and also re-elected for the fifth…
17 Mar 2018
The meeting brought together stakeholders from the area, including the Speaker of the House of Assembly, Abel Peter Diah, former Nigeria ambassador to Cameroun, Emmanuel Q. Njiwah, herders and farmers representatives, among others
1 Feb 2018
Speaker of the Taraba State House of Assembly, Abel Peter Diah, yesterday cautioned against politicising law making process in the sate and the country, as no bill could be passed without due parliamentary procedures. He expressed sadness that some individuals have personalised the Anti-Grazing law in the state and pointing accused fingers at members of the…
27 Sep 2016
Moves by the Federal Government to boost power supply nationwide through the construction of a hydro-plant on Mambilla Plateau in Sardauna Local Council of Taraba State may have begun to face one of the toughest challenges.