Fake Nigerian doctor sentenced to 54 years in prison
A high court sitting in Yola, Adamawa State, has sentenced one Ibrahim Mustapha, a fake medical doctor to 54 years in prison. The judge Justice Nathan Musa gave the judgements following Mustapha's admittance of guilt in a 9-count charge against him. Justice Nathan said the verdict was in consideration of the plea by Mustapha's lawyer.…
Adamawa junior workers receive new minimum wage
The Adamawa Government has commenced payment of N32,000 minimum wage to its workers.
8, 030 regain sight at medical outreach in Adamawa State
The Senator representing Adamawa South Zone on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Binos Dauda Yero, has organised free medical outreach for his constituents at Demsa Local Council.
World Bank to expend $62 million on projects in Adamawa
The World Bank, in collaboration with Adamawa government, says plans have been concluded to disburse 62 million dollars on a number of intervention projects in the state.
DPR uncovers two underground smuggling depots in Adamawa
The Department of Petroleum Resource (DPR), yesterday, uncovered two underground depots in Mubi-South Local Council, near Cameroun border, in Adamawa State.
Man slices daughter’s throat, says ‘I just feel like doing it’
An eight-year-old girl now lies critically ill in a hospital at Adamawa State capital, Yola, after her father slit her throat with a kitchen knife.
Adamawa poly may be shut over alleged arms discovery
Adamawa State Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri may shut down the state polytechnic in Yola over the alleged discovery of arms in the mosque...
Adamawa, PharmAccess partner on new insurance scheme
The Adamawa State government and PharmAccess have launched a new insurance scheme as part of efforts to tackle poverty and improve well-being of resident.