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21 Oct
Recent floods killed at least 50 persons in 11 communities in Adamawa and injured 71 others.
21 Oct
Public primary and secondary schools in Adamawa State are currently reeling under an acute shortage of teachers for Arabic and Islamic Studies.
14 Oct
A Federal High Court sitting in Yola on Friday nullified the Adamawa governorship primary of the All Progressive Congress (APC) which produced Sen. Aishatu Binani, as the party’s gubernatorial candidate for the 2023 election.
11 Oct
The Police in Adamawa said it arrested 45 suspected criminals for alleged kidnapping, culpable homicide and other crimes in September.
10 Oct
These are not the best of times for the federal and state housing agencies, as supervisory ministries have taken over their duties, especially in the execution of estate projects.
27 Sep
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), yesterday, flagged off the distribution of learning materials to 180,000 pupils in the Adamawa State.
24 Sep
To reduce the number of out-of-school children in the North East, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has trained over 400,000 school children in Adamawa
15 Sep
Gov. Ahmadu Fintiri of Adamawa, says he plans to sign the state Child Right Bill into law, as soon as the grey areas in the bill are sorted out and formalities concluded.
26 Aug
The Adamawa House of Assembly is to transmit a bill for a law to provide for mandatory drugs, alcohol, and other illicit substance testing for applicants for an appointment, employment, and school admission.
5 Aug
This was contained in a memo issued by the Association of Private Transport Company Owners of Nigeria (APTCON), addressed to operators under its aegis.
7 Jul
Gov. Ahmadu Fintiri of Adamawa has condemned the attack by gunmen on the home of Rev. Daniel Umaru of EYN Church, Njairi in Mubi Local Government Area of the state.
23 Jun
The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has expressed worry over the welfare of millions of women and children in North-East Nigeria

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