Fintiri approves appointment of new First Class Chief of Lunguda Chiefdom
Gov. Ahmadu Fintiri of Adamawa on Thursday approved the appointment of Mr. Kuruhaye Dansanda as the new First Class Chief of Lunguda Chiefdom in Guyuk Local Government Area of the state.
Amid protest, Osinbajo launches livestock project in Adamawa
The protest in Gongoshi village of Mayo-Belwa council area of Adamawa notwithstanding, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo yesterday inaugurated the National Livestock Transformation Plan (NLTP) in the state.
MFM, Nigerian Army among leaders as competition enters day four
Coach Aderemi Adewunmi’s dream of leading MFM Basketball Club to their maiden victory in the Zenith Women Basketball League is on as the competition enters day four. The MFM girls have joined First Bank, Nigerian Army, and Dolphins as the teams with 100 per cent record in the competition.
Police arrest army deserter for robbery in Adamawa
Two suspects, including an army deserter, were on Tuesday arrested by the police in Adamawa for robbing a woman of her car at gunpoint.
Lucas: Buhari will do Nigeria some good by implementing APC manifesto on restructuring
Olabode Lucas is a retired Professor of Agriculture, public analyst, and columnist. He told Head, Southwest Bureau of The Guardian, MUYIWA ADEYEMI and ROTIMI AGBOLUAJE what government must do to meet expectations of Nigerians and the advantages in implementing the manifesto of the All Progressives Congress (APC).
Dujima Adamawa commits to Buhari’s directives, secures release of 41 prisoners
Following earlier directives by President Buhari that all governors should decongest the prisons, the Dujima Adamawa, Alhaji Musa Halilu, has facilitated the release of 41 inmates serving various jail terms at the Numan prisons in Adamawa state.
Cholera: NCDC records 83 suspected cases in 3 Adamawa
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has recorded 83 suspected cases of cholera in three local government areas in Adamawa.
DPR: Fighting fuel smugglers along porous Adamawa borders
The Department of Petroleum Resource (DPR) recently smoked out smugglers of petroleum products in Adamawa state by dismantling illegal depots located around border towns in the state.
Abbo versus Tinubu in the senate
Let me state from the outset that I am writing this column and sending it to my editor well before my submission deadline. What this means is simply that my patience to tarry a little while before making one or two pretty critical remarks concerning critical happenings that have been trending in our media for some-time now may not be as I really wished to make them.
DPR uncovers fuel smuggling depot in Adamawa Fulani settlement
The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) yesterday said it had discovered smuggling depot of petroleum products in a Fulani settlement in a rural village in Mubi-South Local Council of Adamawa State near the Republic of Cameroun border.
Cholera: NCDC records 64 suspected cases in Adamawa, Katisina states
Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) says it has recorded 64 suspected cases of cholera reported from seven local government areas in two states of the country.